Former Cornish beach shop converted into flat now on the market for £495k

Former Cornish beach shop converted into flat now on the market for £495k

Up until 2017, this Cornish property was actually a shop selling donuts and rubber rings.

If you’re lucky enough to snap up this two-bed flat, you can basically walk right out onto Trebarwith Strand.

Of course, being right on the beach, there are plenty of beautiful views to enjoy while you’re inside too.

The place is currently on the market for offers over £495,000.

Home to 800m of sandy beaches, the area is nestled in-between cliffs and natural caves. 

The beach is renowned for surfing, so this might be the place for you if you like catching some waves.

Known as Gull Rock, the property is one of three apartments in a period Cornish building called The House on the Strand, previously used as a shop for ice cream and beach essentials.

The place has been recently refurbished in a light and modern style and it is currently being used as a holiday let.




Inside, you’ll find an entrance hall, a open-plan living and dining room area and a galley kitchen. 

There’s a master bedroom and a double bedroom, both of which come with an en-suite bathroom. 

If you want to spend some time outdoors but are looking for a little more privacy than you would get on the beach, there are also two private sea-facing terraces with uninterrupted westerly views across Trebarwith Strand. 

If you don’t want to live there full time, it could continue to be used as a holiday let or as your own getaway spot.

There is also off-road parking so you can bring a car to explore coastal hotspots like Polzeath and Port Isaac on the North Cornish Coast, or the villiage of Trebarwith is about a mile inland. 

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