A listed townhouse in Cornwall is transformed by an international designer

The three-storey Grade II listed building includes rooftop space and sea views on the top floor

The Crooked Townhouse on Chapel Street in Penzance has just come on the market. International interior designer Linda Dannvin has transformed this charming three-storey Grade II listed building, complete with rooftop space and a glimpse of the sea on the top floor.

The house also has a separate entrance store/office or alternatively this could be used as a large dining room. Cleverly appointed and ready to move into, rent out or use as a holiday rental, the property oozes style in a comfortable period property and also has the benefit of being fully furnished for you to move into.

In brief, the accommodation comprises a living room with an inset wall fireplace with a flame effect gas fire, a downstairs cloakroom, a kitchen and a potential dining/store room.

On the first floor is a bedroom with exposed beams and an en-suite shower room. On the second floor is bedroom two with vaulted ceilings, original beams and an en-suite bathroom.

The property has immediate access to town, amenities, boardwalk, beach and all routes.

With an asking price of £695,000, contact Curb Appealz on 01736 332076 for more information.

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