Oriel View is a beautifully presented 4 bedroom detached coastal home located in the ever popular village of Downderry enjoying the most
exquisite sea and coastal views out across the English Channel and along the coastline towards Looe in one direction and Rame Head in the other.
The property, built in 2009, has been designed and built to an extremely high standards, which is evident in every room combining the quality of the materials and standard of finish which makes this property highly desirable.
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Internally the well proportioned accommodation is spread over three floors incorporating beautifully finished reception rooms and bedrooms, a bespoke quality kitchen with integrated appliances and white sanitary ware with attractive feature surrounds. All modern electronic technology has been accounted for with sophisticated lighting throughout, TV points fitted in the sitting room, kitchen and all bedrooms, as well as a lift set within the garage with descends to the middle floor utility area providing access into the kitchen and reception area. The property is entered into a mezzanine reception area which is ideal for a multitude of uses ranging from a library / snug to a games room, home office or television area. From here access is provided to the garage and lift.'
A spiral staircase descends to the main open plan reception area which has been laid out into a sitting area and dining area. Within the sitting area is a large open fireplace which is a real focal point. There are also large windows which overlook the large balcony beyond. The dining area features a double height curved glass window which captures the exceptional sea and coastal views on offer whist providing the perfect setting for a dining table to sit and enjoy the outlook.'
The open plan kitchen / breakfast area is beautifully finished housing a generous range of base and wall mounted units complimented by granite work surfaces. There are also patio doors in the breakfast area which open to the balcony beyond. Set behind the kitchen is a utility room, cloakroom WC and the lift which rises to the entrance level garage. On the lower ground floor there are 4 spacious bedrooms with 3 of them providing en suite facilities. The fourth bedroom is serviced by the family bathroom which features a unique curved tiled wall which leads to a wet room area with large rain shower over. The property provides driveway parking in front of the property which leads to the attached single garage.'
At the front of the property as previously mentioned there is a large balcony which makes the perfect spot for alfresco dining and set beyond this at the lower level is a decked terrace which descends to a lower grassed garden. From all areas of the garden outstanding water and countryside views are enjoyed. All of the above combined with careful thought and planning prior to and during construction have made this an exceptional house which must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated.'
Oriel View is set in an elevated position on a south facing hillside of Downderry in an exclusive cul de sac location whilst only a short walk from the long sandy beaches and slipway providing boat access (by permit). The usual facilities are all within walking distance and include a primary school, restaurant, church, beach café, village store/post office and doctors' surgery. Similar facilities are available at St Germans, which also has a main line railway station providing a useful commuter link to Plymouth (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours). The nearby coastal village of Seaton also has a Countryside Park with riverside and woodland walks.'
Additional local facilities include golf at Portwrinkle, or at Looe Bindown. The South West Coast Path is accessed nearby providing boundless leisure opportunities with parts of the neighbouring coastline in the ownership of the National Trust. The beach offers the opportunity to launch boats and has a long and interesting foreshore with a fascinating mix of rock pools and sand. The notable sailing waters of the area are favoured by yachtsmen and deep water moorings are available on the River Tamar at Saltash and at Fowey/Polruan. The village lies a relatively short drive from the A38 placing Plymouth within easy commuting distance. The town of Saltash has a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts and the city of Plymouth offers an abundance of shopping, educational and recreational facilities centred around the historic and fascinating waterfront areas of the Barbican and Hoe.'
The following services are available; mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating and hot water. However we have not verified connection