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Elysian is an exquisite, three-storey townhouse, beautifully decorated throughout with distressed wood and slate flooring, original features and a contemporary yet shabby chic quality. With four beautiful bedrooms, private parking for two cars and stunning sea views across St Ives Bay. Elysian is a heavenly place and has everything you need for that special Cornish break all year round.

The open plan living/kitchen/dining area is located on the ground floor with the lounge windows overlooking the glorious ever-changing view across St Ives. The front door leads out to a charming terrace, a lovely spot to catch the morning sun or enjoy a few sundowners in the evening.

The living area boasts a huge comfy sofa, two signature cosy chairs, a large Smart TV, and soft furnishings from the wonderful Cream Cornwall.

The stylish open plan kitchen is well equipped with a Range oven and gas hob, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, large American fridge/freezer, and a dishwasher

The striking dining table comfortably seats up to eight guests and is perfect for large family dinners or for that special celebration.

The utility room has a washing machine and tumble-dryer.

Located on the second floor the master bedroom is bright and modern with a king-size bed and ample storage. It also benefits from having an ensuite rainfall shower and a dressing table area where you can sit and enjoy the beautiful views.

The second bedroom is also furnished with a king-size bed, has ample storage, stunning views of St Ives and is decorated with soft beige and white tones, condusive for a perfect night’s sleep.

The third bedroom has a double bed, ample storage and is decorated with bright and vivid soft furnishings with a gentle nod to the sea.

The fourth bedroom has twin beds, ample storage, and is only suitable for children

There is a large family bathroom on the first floor with a roll-top bath and a separate shower, WC, washbasin, and heated towel rail.

On the top floor there is an ensuite shower, WC, washbasin and heated towel rail.

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