Fac are delighted to present to the market a beautifully presented five bedroom period property benefiting from an elevated position to enjoy stunning views of the harbour and across to Fowey.
Briefly the property comprises of five bedrooms with an en-suite bathroom to the master, lounge, kitchen and office/study. Outside is a perfectly positioned terrace to enjoy the views of the harbour and a low maintenance garden. The property further benefits from Oil central heating.
Polruan is a small village on the eastern side of the harbour, directly opposite the town of Fowey. This picturesque village benefits from two pubs, a small supermarket, a tea room, church, general store, fire station and primary school. The most direct vehicular access to Fowey is via the car ferry from nearby Bodinnick but there is also a pedestrian ferry crossing directly from the village itself. The River Fowey is renowned for its safe deep water anchorage and excellent sailing. The natural harbour at the mouth of the river is a charming and picturesque inlet, extending about six miles inland to Lostwithiel. In August the harbour is the setting of the Royal Regatta one of the country's finest.
Fowey is Cornwall's most historic and unspoilt seaport towns and its amenities include a great choice of seafood restaurants, pubs, antique shops, galleries, hospital and primary and secondary schooling. Railway connections can be made at Par, Liskeard & Lostwithiel.
A door leads directly from the patio into the well equipped Kitchen/Diner with a range of base and wall units, Range Master double oven and hob, Nouvelle rayburn. The kitchen has tiled flooring and walls. A glazed door leads through to the sitting room with stone hearth and fireplace featuring a multi fuel burner. A large picture window gives views of the harbour and Fowey from the sitting room.
Carpeted stairs lead from the Kitchen to the first floor, where there are two double bedrooms to the front elevation including an en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom. A covered utility area with a door giving access to the Oil tank. On this level there is a front door (opening onto a balcony with stone steps leading down to the patio below) and stairs to the second floor.
From the landing, doors lead to two further double bedrooms with a single bedroom and bathroom to the rear elevation. A study is situated centrally to the front elevation with views of the harbour.
Accessed directly from Moss Terrace, the property benefits from a paved patio to the front of the house, enjoying lovely views across the harbour to Fowey. There is gated access with steps leading down to the garden, which has a variety of plants and shrubs and a decked area perfect for sitting and enjoying the harbour views.
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