Tremayne was formerly an art gallery and has been superbly renovated throughout. From the minute you step inside this stunning ground floor property you are met with exquisite wooden and slate flooring, exposed brickwork, beamed ceilings, bespoke artwork with striking pieces from Jo Downs as well as an eclectic mix of soft furnishings and fittings. Although contemporary in style, Tremayne retains its charm and character. Situated in a superb position, moments away from the harbour and within walking distance of all the golden sandy beaches, restaurants, boutique shops and galleries found in this beautiful seaside town.
The lounge area explodes with colour and space with two large sofas, a large wall-mounted Smart TV and a decorative inglenook fireplace.
The crisp, white, stylish kitchen is well equipped with a fridge with icebox, microwave, electric oven, gas hob, and wall mounted TV. There is also a utility room off the kitchen where you will find the washing machine and a basin.
The dining table is situated between the kitchen and lounge area and comfortably seats up to 5 guests with doors leading to the unique and distinct courtyard area, a hidden tropical oasis.
The master bedroom has a double bed and a single bed with ample storage made from beautifully restored unique pieces of furniture and a wall mounted TV. It has an en-suite rainfall shower, heated towel-rail, basin, WC. This room overlooks the courtyard and with the calming blue, serene white and burnt orange palette it is reminiscent of an exotic destination bathed in a romantic glow.
The second bedroom has a double bed and ample storage, decorated with a vintage yet contemporary charm. Stained glass windows add to the decadence of this room, whilst also giving it a light and airy feel. This room overlooks Street-an-Pol.
There is an en-suite rainfall shower, heated towel-rail, basin, WC off the main bedroom.
There is also a family bathroom with walk-in rainfall shower, basin, WC.
There is a delightful private courtyard with a bistro table and tropical plants, fashioning a peaceful haven where you can enjoy a glass of wine, dine al fresco, and enjoy the Cornish sunshine.