Space 19, measuring 4.4 metres by 2.1 metres (14ft 5in by 6ft 11in), is in the Tregenna Hill car park, which is a private, gated car park.
It has the remainder of a 999-year lease from January 1988.
Senior auction valuer Katie Semmens, from land and property auctioneers Clive Emson, said: "There was very strong interest in this parking space in one of the region's most popular tourist destinations.
"The new owner was very keen to secure the spot and made a bid which was accepted prior to the auction.
"They now have easy year-round and secure parking with access to the town centre, and thereby its picturesque beach and harbour."
The space was auctioned in arrangement with Harding Laity of St Ives and was sold on November 3 in Cornwall.
Cornwall's best bits
Cornwall's best bits
This small hamlet has a number of surprising joys, including the Beach Restaurant, where al fresco dining is a joy, a number of art galleries, and a Blue Flag beach. It's good for year-round surfing and wonderful cliff walks: you can walk round to Land's End from here and enjoy the spectacular views.
Set in the middle of a huge sweeping bay, the working fishing village of Porthleven is a wonderful place to while away the time. Its impressive harbour was constructed during Napoleonic times, and many of the historic buildings around the harbour are around 200 years old. Why we love it: The strict conservation rules means Porthleven remains an unspoilt, working harbour - increasingly rare in the UK these days..
This beach on the North Cornish coast is one of the world's most renowned surfing destinations. Did you know? Polzeath is a Marine Conservation Area: look out for puffins, dolphins and rare sea birds.
This iconic rocky island, crowned by a medieval church and castle, dates back as far as the 12th century. New for 2013: Don't miss the Island Life talks being held around the village and harbourside on Tuesdays and Fridays.
The most westerly estuary in the country, the Hayle Estauary is a twitcher's paradise. Owned by the RSPB, this is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, largely because of its wintering wildfile and waders. Don't miss: the views from the Eric Grace Memorial hide.
This wide arc or golden sand is only 10 minutes walk from Falmouth town centre.