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Place Road, Fowey, Cornwall, PL23

Guide price £375,000


1 Bed 1 Bath 1 Reception

REF: TRU190046


  • Stylish one bedroom property
  • Arranged over two floors
  • Entrance hall
  • Generous bedroom
  • High quality bathroom
  • Magnificent first floor reception room
  • Bespoke kitchen area
  • Terrace
  • Parking


A ONE BEDROOMED REVERSE LEVEL TOWN HOUSE WITH A MAGNIFICENT VAULTED RECEPTION ROOM AND BESPOKE KITCHEN. An individual two storey property, recently completed to a very high specification with private terrace and parking space. This one bedroom cottage forms part of the recent renovation of this historic Fowey property and has been finished to an incredibly high specification, including George Robinson bespoke kitchen, stylish bathrooms and underfloor heating throughout. The accommodation is reversed to make the most of the views from the first floor and comprises entrance hall with double bedroom and en suite facilities on the ground floor, with stairs leading to the attractive open plan living area incorporating an impressive bespoke kitchen which is well appointed with a range of NEFF integrated appliances. There are exposed beams and high ceilings, giving the living space a lovely spacious feeling. With unrestricted use the property can therefore be used as a main home or high end holiday home. The property is held on a 999 year lease with the freehold held by the Management Company. Fowey is situated at the mouth of the River Fowey in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set in the middle of the South Cornish coastline between Mevagissey and Looe, Fowey plays host to a number of major cultural and maritime events including the Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature and the Fowey Royal Regatta. Whilst Fowey remains a working, deep water port, it is also the perfect cruising base from which to explore the beautiful harbours and creeks of the West Country. Throughout the summer the harbour teems with boating activity, from competitive racing of the local Troy class, cruising yachts and dinghies, to large gaff-rigged wooden Oyster luggers and visiting cruise liners. The town is rich in amenities with all manner of shops, boutiques, bars, delicatessens and restaurants. It also has its own doctors and dental surgery, as well as a primary and secondary schools. Further amenities are available at St Austell and Bodmin (9 miles and 13 miles respectively), whilst Truro City (23 miles) is the County Town. Plymouth offers the full range of facilities expected of a city including a university and theatres. The motorway road network as far as Exeter and then either the A30 (via Bodmin) or A38 (via Plymouth) makes Fowey very accessible. There are regular Intercity rail services from Par/Lostwithiel to London Paddington (approximately 3 hours 53 minutes) and Plymouth. The growing number of flights to UK and international destinations from Newquay and Exeter Airports, and Brittany Ferries services from Plymouth to France and Spain, ensure that Fowey is a viable destination or starting point of any journey. Car parking space. Terrace.