- 19TH CENTURY TERRACED COTTAGE
- LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL AMENITIES AND HISTORIC HARBOUR
- ARRANGED OVER THREE FLOORS
- ESTUARY AND TOWN VIEWS
- PRIVATE GARDEN TERRACE
- COUNCIL TAX BAND - C
- EPC RATING - D
A ONE BEDROOM, 19TH CENTURY TERRACED COTTAGE LOCATED CLOSE TO ALL AMENITIES AND HISTORIC HARBOUR. ARRANGED OVER THREE FLOORS AND WITH ESTUARY AND TOWN VIEWS FROM THE LIVING ROOM. **PRIVATE GARDEN TERRACE WITH ESTUARY VIEWS**
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. 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, excellent public houses etc, have helped to establish Fowey as a popular, high quality, destination.
There are several excellent golf courses within easy reach, many world class gardens are to be found in the immediate area and the fascinating Eden Project with its futuristic biomes is just 5 miles to the north west.
There are good road links to the motorway system via the A38/A30. Railway links to London, Paddington, can be made locally at Par, and St. Austell and there are flights to London and other destinations from Newquay.
Lostwithiel street is a popular road in Fowey. The location is perfect for being close to the town centre with all its amenities and the historic harbour. A stroll up the hill takes you to the main car park in Fowey.
Built in the 19th Century, 21 Lostwilthiel is an end of terrace cottage arranged over three floors with the sitting room on the top floor making most of the Fowey Estuary views.
The front door opens directly into a modern and spacious kitchen/dining room which has plenty of room for a table and chairs. The stylish kitchen comprises of generous wall and base units, worksurface, integral dishwasher, electric oven and hob,
Stairs rise up to the first floor with doors giving access into the bedroom and shower room. The shower room has a shower cubicle, WC, hand wash basin with vanity unit and heated towel rail.
From the first floor landing, stairs rise up to an inner hallway with a door leading out to the rear of the property and a door opening into the living room. This generous sized room has three Upvc sash windows which fill the room with light and provide interesting and delightful views between the roof tops of Place, the church and Fowey estuary.
From the road and adjacent to the property, Longsteps gives public assess up to Place View. Half way up the steps a metal gate opens to give shared access to 21 and 2 Longsteps A door opens giving access into the property entering on the third floor. Steps opposite the door rise up to a garden terrace which has plenty of space for garden furniture and make it the perfect location to enjoy outside dining or just relaxing and taking in the glorious views over the town's roof tops on to the Fowey estuary.
EPC RATING D
COUNCIL TAX BAND - C
Cornwall Council, 39 Penwinnick Road, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 5DR
None of the services, systems or appliances at the property have been tested by the Agents.
Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents: May Whetter & Grose, Estuary House, Fore Street, Fowey, Cornwall, PL23 1AH.
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