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This stunning Victorian property offers a variety of period features combined with contemporary decor which provide a lovely ambience throughout. From the property you can enjoy superb river views and also from the rear elevated garden. The property also has the advantage of a garage creating the all important parking.
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This Victorian property situated in a prime elevated position with sensational views of the Fowey estuary. Is located just a moment's stroll to the bustling high street of Fowey. The property is presented to an extremely high standard making this a perfect holiday investment.
As you arrive at the property you are greeted with a private sunny paved patio seating area ideal for afternoon tea. Stepping into the property across the mosaic tiled floor and into the hall the bright coastal decor gives you a sense of what's to come. Over the first floor is a large double bedroom with a wonderful bay window allowing plenty of light to fill the room, high ceiling, stunning fire place plus a unique tall feature glazed arched window allowing light into the dining room. The spacious dining room has character with exposed wood flooring, matching coastal decor plus a built in cloakroom wc under the stairs. From the dining room is a stunning galley kitchen finished in a modern contemporary style with bright white units, slate tiled flooring and a full range of appliances including gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher and fridge freezer. A side door opens out to a lovely secluded courtyard with decking and seating.
From the hall the stairs rise to the first floor and landing which immediately draws you to a simply stunning open plan sitting room. This room also has a large bay window with superb river views soaking in the sunlight and provides the perfect spot to watch the boats sail by. The exposed timber floor, high ceilings, feature fire place and tasteful decor completes a wonderful room. Also on this floor is the second double bedroom, again with a feature fire place. The family bathroom has been fitted to a high standard and finished with a white suite and tiled walls, complete with shower and floating bowel style sink. To the rear of the property is the third bedroom again with exposed timber flooring and cupboard home to the combination boiler.
To the rear of the property accessed from the courtyard are steps leading up to the garden which is arranged through different levels creating seating areas perfect to take in the sun and stunning river views. The garden has a variety of shrubs, flower beds and trees creating seclusion. At road level to the front of the property and a major advantage to the property is a spacious garage which will accommodate one large car, plus outdoor equipment such as surf boards, wetsuits, bikes or canoes. Due to the height of the garage it may be possible to create a mezzanine floor or even stairs directly into the property, subject to planning consent.
The property has mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Central heating via a combination boiler. Currently rated as business use (no Council Tax)
The property is currently used as a holiday let investment via Cornish Horizons. Details can be viewed via there website. www.cornishhorizons.co.uk. Further information is available at request.
Fowey is regarded as one of the most attractive waterside communities in the county. Particularly well known as a popular sailing centre, the town has two thriving sailing clubs, a famous annual Regatta and excellent facilities for the keen yachtsman. For a small town, Fowey provides a good range of shops and businesses catering for most day-to-day needs, plus Christmas markets and the Fowey Festival, which see thousands of visitors flock to the town creating an exciting buzz in the air. The famous Eden Project is only a short drive away and is a great day out for the whole family. The immediate area is surrounded by many miles of delightful coast and countryside much of which is in the ownership of the National Trust. Award-winning restaurants, small boutique hotels and excellent public houses have helped to establish Fowey as a popular, high quality, destination.
Polruan - 4.2 miles St Austell - 8 miles Truro - 22.6 miles Looe - 23.5 miles (all distances approx)