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The Incline Portreath, Redruth
Offers in Excess of £600,000

270-degree view of the bay and harbour at Portreath, Redruth

Sold STC
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  • Chain-free proposition for ready, willing and able buyers looking for permanent home, personal bolthole retreat or holiday investment
  • One of the finest panoramic views of Portreath bay to Gull Rock and beyond to the horizon
  • A blank canvass and in need of a progamme of improvements within the adaptable two-storey accommodation
  • Located at the end of a private lane and elevated for 270-degree views
  • Ample off-road parking and an integral garage, second detached garage and parking area, and a private paved terrace off the conservatory
  • Council Tax Band F
  • Mains electricity, water supply and drainage
  • Stamp Duty to pay based on the asking price - Single purchase £20,000. Additional purchase £38,000

Commanding arguably the finest view of the bay, our Client offers their home for sale the first time as a chain-free proposition, to ready, willing and able buyers who are looking for their next permanent residence, bolthole retreat or as a holiday home investment.
From the kerbside, you eye will inevitably be drawn to the jaw-dropping 270-degree view; from the bay and Gull Rock, to Tregea Hill, Light house Hill and around and into the village.
Inside, a wide reception hall neatly separates the living areas away from the sleeping quarters to give sensible and practical balance, while also giving the discerning buyer the opportunity to utilise its versatility as they stamp their own impression with a programme of remedial improvements on both floors. Built in the late 1980's, Tamarisk is a landmark home that nestles on a manageable plot at the end of a private no-through lane in Portreath. This community-based village sits on the rugged North Coast, with a working harbour and beach where Gull Rock imposes itself in front of the horizon. Residents mix well with holiday makers, ensuring year-round trade for the commercial enterprises including surf wear shops, cafes, restaurants, public houses, bakery and grocery store. Anyone wanting a more serene environment can venture a little further out to Tehidy County Park with its 250 acres of protected woodland or Illogan Woods. The A30 is within a few minutes drive away and gives access throughout the Duchy. Redruth town offers a wide choice of branded and independent shops, plus a mainline railway station on the Penzance to London Paddington line, Newquay Airport is 28 miles away, the Cathedral City of Truro is 13 miles distant, Falmouth town with its eclectic shops and events is 15 miles away and the artistic centre of Cornwall, St Ives is 17 miles.


Reception hall

12' 0'' x 9' 6'' (3.65m x 2.89m)

A wide entrance with a recessed closet, glass doors into the living room, an arch into the dining area, and a side passage for access into bedroom's one and two, and the bathroom suite.

Living Room

21' 0'' x 19' 2''(max) (6.40m x 5.84m)

A large primary day room where the eye is immediately drawn to the fabulous view from the full-height casement and a stone fireplace surround and open recess sits as second focal point for a more cosier ambiance.


21' 9'' x 11' 4''(max) (6.62m x 3.45m)

Light coloured units are matched with counter tops and tiled wall splash backs, extractor fan with an electric hob below, eye level integrated double oven, a door into the conservatory, and angled bay window in the dining area that takes in the elevated and far-reaching view over the village toward the coastline.


11' 1'' x 10' 6'' (3.38m x 3.20m)

Timber-built and window inset double-glazed casements. View to Gull Rock and a double doors that open out onto the paved terrace.

Side passageway

Doorways into bedrooms one and two and into the shared bathroom suite.

Bedroom 1

12' 2'' x 11' 3'' (3.71m x 3.43m)

A double-sized room with two double-width fitted wardrobes and a clear view to Gull Rock.

Bedroom 2

10' 9'' x 10' 7'' (3.27m x 3.22m)

A double-sized room with one single and one double-sized wardrobes.


8' 6''(max) x 7' 5''(max) (2.59m x 2.26m)

A three-piece suite surrounded by part-tiled wall splash backs. Panel enclosed bath with hot and cold water taps and a separate MIRA shower. recessed hand-wash basin with enclosed storage below and a WC with a low level cistern.

Lower Ground Floor

Doorways from the living and bedroom one open into a square landing and a descending staircase into the lower ground level accommodation.

Bedroom 3

17' 2'' x 12' 8'' (5.23m x 3.86m)

A dual aspect double-size bedroom with enclosed under-stairs storage and a decorative fireplace surround and a view toward the coastline.


8' 3'' x 7' 6'' (2.51m x 2.28m)

A four-piece suite with part tiled wall splash backs and a heated towel rail. Panel enclosed bath, recessed hand-wash basin with storage below, an enclosed shower cubicle and a WC with a low level cistern.

Utility Area

12' 1'' x 5' 6'' (3.68m x 1.68m)

Original wall and base units with matching counter tops and tiled wall splash backs, double bowl circular sink units and spaces for utilities.


Integral Garage

16' 3'' x 11' 1'' (4.95m x 3.38m)

Remote controlled roller door, two interconnecting walk-in storage areas and a side door to the outside.

Detached Garage

Up and over door and accessed via the lower brick-paved driveway.


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The Incline Portreath
Redruth TR16 4PB
County: Cornwall
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00000441
Gary Domé
GS Cornwall Holdings Ltd
P: 01209 311 260