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Attractive character cottage in the heart of the old town within moments of the harbour. With outside store & courtyard.


  • Character Cottage
  • Old Town Location
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Courtyard & Store
  • Original Features
  • Two Reception Rooms

Total Size: 76 m²    Tenure: Freehold    Energy Rating: F



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This terraced Grade II listed character cottage is situated just moments from the harbour and town centre within the conservation area of the old town. Directly opposite is a separate yard area and storage unit, and a small courtyard sits to the rear of the property.

The accommodation is laid over two floors and comprises of separate sitting and dining rooms, a galley kitchen, two double bedrooms and spacious bathroom. Well-presented throughout with plenty of original features including beamed ceilings, sash windows, Cornish stone fireplaces and deep window seats. The rooms are well proportioned, light and bright.

A two-minute walk will bring you to the historic harbour and bustling town, which has year-round appeal due in part to its reputation as a well-respected foodie destination. Padstow is home to a large selection of eateries, including Rick Steins flagship restaurant, The Seafood Restaurant as well as Paul Ainsworth’s highly regarded No. 6 and the always buzzing Prawn on The Lawn.


Popular with activities enthusiasts, the area has built a solid reputation in the world of sport as home to several of the best surfing beaches in the UK, as well as two championship golf courses and the famed Southwest Coast Path, which provides access to stunning scenery along the area’s dramatic coastline. 14 Cross Street offers an excellent investment opportunity with excellent holiday letting potential in this sought after part of Cornwall.



Front entrance door to;



Built in cupboard, electric radiator, ceiling light, slate tiled flooring, stairs to first floor, doors to;



Sash window to the front with window seat, ceiling light, Cornish stone fireplace with slate hearth and wooden lintel, wooden flooring, electric radiator.



Double doors to the courtyard area, beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplace with Cornish stone surround and wooden lintel over. Wall lights, electric radiator, built in cupboard with plumbing for automatic dishwasher, slate tiled flooring, door to;



Window to the rear, a range of base & wall units with tiled splashbacks, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit, built in four ring gas hob, built in oven, plumbing for automatic washing machine, ceiling light, wall mounted boiler.

Stairs to first floor;



Window to the rear, wooden flooring, ceiling light, doors to;



Sash window to the front with window seat, feature fireplace, wooden floor, electric radiator, ceiling light.



Built in wardrobe, window to the rear, exposed beams, electric radiator, ceiling light.



Sash window to the front with seat, bath with claw feet, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, heated towel rail, wall mounted electric heater, exposed wood flooring.



Small courtyard at the rear of the property approximately 2m x 2.5m.



Situated directly opposite the cottage, a gate opens to a yard space measuring approximately 3m x 3.5m with storeroom.



Circa early C19. Stone rubble. Slate roof with gable ends. Brick end stacks. Plan: Pair of 2-room double depth plan houses with central entrances. Heated by end stacks. Exterior: 2-storeys. Complete early C19 12-pane hornless sashes. Two C20 doors in centre and C19 doorcases with corbelled brackets and truncated jambs. Sash to right and left and 4 sashes on first floor.



Mains gas, electricity, water, drainage. Council tax band C.



Granite. Cavity wall, pitched roof, single glazed windows.



Electric radiators. Electric boiler for hot water.



Ultrafast broadband is available at this address. Likely voice and data coverage Three, EE, O2, Vodafone.



There is no parking with 14 Cross Street. The nearest parking is in the Harbour Car Park on the South Quay.



Grade II Listed. The property is situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.



Cornwall Estates (Padstow) Ltd give notice that; These particulars do not constitute any contract or offer and are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.  The accuracy of the particulars is not guaranteed and should not be relied upon as representations of fact.  Cornwall Estates (Padstow) Ltd, their clients nor any joint agents have authority to make any representations about the property and any information given is without responsibility on the part of the agents, sellers or lessor(s).  Any intended purchaser should satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise of the statements contained in these particulars.  Any areas distances or measurement are approximate.  Assumptions should not be made that the property has all the necessary planning permissions and building regulations.  We have not tested any services, equipment or facilities.  Viewing by appointment only.  Purchasers should check the availability for viewing before embarking on any journey to view or incurring travelling expenses. Some photographs may be taken with a wide-angle lens.





Local Area

Padstow is a striking harbour town and a highly desirable destination in the West Country of England. It remains a working fishing port surrounded by a coastline of outstanding natural beauty. Padstow’s pretty pubs, foodie hotspots, wine bars, art galleries, boutiques and more are laced with quintessential Celtic charm. Padstow’s popularity has boomed over the last decade and on arrival in this special coastal town it’s very easy to see why. Padstow is uniquely quaint, chic, bohemian and rugged all at the same time and has everything you could possibly wish for



  • A pleasant walk to the beautiful sandy beach at St George’s Well & Tregirls 
  • 2 miles to Trevone beach 
  • Close proximity to Treyarnon, Watergate, Harlyn and Constantine
  • A 5-minute ferry ride across the estuary to Rock



  • Bus links available within a 10 minute walk 
  • 9 miles to Newquay Airport 
  • 19 miles to Bodmin Parkway Train Station 



  • 1 minute walk to town centre restaurants, pubs, shops
  • 10 minute walk to the local supermarket
  • 10 minute walk to Padstow Primary School 
  • 8 miles to Wadebridge Secondary School 
  • 5 minute walk to Padstow Doctors Surgery 
  • 14 miles to Bodmin Hospital



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