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Under offer

Upper Eastcliffe Road, Par, PL24

3 bedroom house

£324,950 Freehold

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  • Newly renovated  |  Three double bedrooms  |  Distant sea views over St. Austell Bay from the Master bedroom  |  New electrics and central heating  |  Newly fitted Kitchen and bathroom  |  Garage and parking  |  Period features  |  Three reception rooms  |  Within 3 Miles of Fowey

Winkworth have agreed a sale on this property, however we do run a PRIORITY MAILING LIST. If you're interested please contact us to register. We also offer FREE VALUATIONS

This newly renovated beautiful, semi-detached 1930's home sits in an elevated position overlooking the village of Par and out towards St. Austell Bay. The house boasts spacious accommodation with newly fitted kitchen and bathroom giving it a modern feel whilst period features keep it true to its era.
From an impressive entrance hall with a beautiful inner stained glass door and large understairs cupboard, doors lead off to a large sitting room with bay window and open fire with slate hearth and wooden fire surround, dining room with fireplace and on to a newly fitted kitchen. From the kitchen you access a very useful room which could be used as a utility room/study/snug, this also give access to the rear garden. Varnished wooden flooring runs throughout the ground level (except for the kitchen), enhancing its character and flow.
Stairs lead up to an extremely generous, light and airy master bedroom with large fitted wardrobes and a bay window giving views over Par, Par Sands and distant sea views of St. Austell Bay. A second large double bedroom also benefits from these fantastic views. A third smaller double bedroom looks out to the rear of the property and also has built-in wardrobes. The newly fitted bathroom benefits from a bath and a separate shower cubicle with electric shower.

Outside and to the rear of the property, coming off the lane there is parking for two cars and a single garage. Also to the rear is a sitting out area, an outside WC and a storage cupboard. The main entrance to the home is at the side of the property with a porch leading into the entrance hall. The main garden is facing south west with a patio leading down to a lawned area with mature shrubs and trees.

Directions
From our office in Fowey, head out of the town past Caffa Mill and up to the Fowey Turnings mini roundabout. Cross straight over heading for Par/St. Austell on the A3082. After entering into Par and the one-way system (Co-op on your right) follow the road right around until you are almost coming back on yourself following signs for Fowey. After passing the Spar shop on your left and Yummy Scrummy you will then see a lay-by with a small number of little independent shops. Immediately after this is an access lane to your left, turn into this and follow the lane up the hill until it bears very tightly left. Continue down the lane with houses on your left and fields on your right, 2 Upper Eastcliffe is second to last house and is identifiable by our board.

Location
Par offers a multitude of independent shops and facilities with good local schools. Par has its own beach at Par Sands and another smaller beach at Spit Point. Access is first class with arterial roads leading to Truro, Bodmin, Plymouth and beyond. It also has a railway station on the Penzance/Paddington mainline, and a branch line rail service to Newquay.

Inside Fowey

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In the area

Fowey is a bustling sailing town on the South Cornish coast which is beautiful, historical and full of life. It is said to be one of the best waterside towns to live in the UK, with independent shops, restaurants and great sailing waters all in addition to the town's range of everyday facilities. There are creeks to explore, sandy beaches to laze on and many boats on which to go on an adventure. The summer brings many visitors, the Sailing Regatta week in August sees tourist numbers reach their peak. In winter, whilst quieter, the town is still thriving and welcomes many walkers as well as those coming to take in the scenery.

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Winkworth have agreed a sale on this property, however we do run a PRIORITY MAILING LIST. If you're interested please contact us to register. We also offer FREE VALUATIONS

This newly renovated beautiful, semi-detached 1930's home sits in an elevated position overlooking the village of Par and out towards St. Austell Bay. The house boasts spacious accommodation with newly fitted kitchen and bathroom giving it a modern feel whilst period features keep it true to its era.
From an impressive entrance hall with a beautiful inner stained glass door and large understairs cupboard, doors lead off to a large sitting room with bay window and open fire with slate hearth and wooden fire surround, dining room with fireplace and on to a newly fitted kitchen. From the kitchen you access a very useful room which could be used as a utility room/study/snug, this also give access to the rear garden. Varnished wooden flooring runs throughout the ground level (except for the kitchen), enhancing its character and flow.
Stairs lead up to an extremely generous, light and airy master bedroom with large fitted wardrobes and a bay window giving views over Par, Par Sands and distant sea views of St. Austell Bay. A second large double bedroom also benefits from these fantastic views. A third smaller double bedroom looks out to the rear of the property and also has built-in wardrobes. The newly fitted bathroom benefits from a bath and a separate shower cubicle with electric shower.

Outside and to the rear of the property, coming off the lane there is parking for two cars and a single garage. Also to the rear is a sitting out area, an outside WC and a storage cupboard. The main entrance to the home is at the side of the property with a porch leading into the entrance hall. The main garden is facing south west with a patio leading down to a lawned area with mature shrubs and trees.

Directions
From our office in Fowey, head out of the town past Caffa Mill and up to the Fowey Turnings mini roundabout. Cross straight over heading for Par/St. Austell on the A3082. After entering into Par and the one-way system (Co-op on your right) follow the road right around until you are almost coming back on yourself following signs for Fowey. After passing the Spar shop on your left and Yummy Scrummy you will then see a lay-by with a small number of little independent shops. Immediately after this is an access lane to your left, turn into this and follow the lane up the hill until it bears very tightly left. Continue down the lane with houses on your left and fields on your right, 2 Upper Eastcliffe is second to last house and is identifiable by our board.

Location
Par offers a multitude of independent shops and facilities with good local schools. Par has its own beach at Par Sands and another smaller beach at Spit Point. Access is first class with arterial roads leading to Truro, Bodmin, Plymouth and beyond. It also has a railway station on the Penzance/Paddington mainline, and a branch line rail service to Newquay.

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Fowey is a bustling sailing town on the South Cornish coast which is beautiful, historical and full of life. It is said to be one of the best waterside towns to live in the UK, with independent shops, restaurants and great sailing waters all in addition to the town's range of everyday facilities. There are creeks to explore, sandy beaches to laze on and many boats on which to go on an adventure. The summer brings many visitors, the Sailing Regatta week in August sees tourist numbers reach their peak. In winter, whilst quieter, the town is still thriving and welcomes many walkers as well as those coming to take in the scenery.

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