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Ocean View, Polruan, Cornwall, PL23

3 bedroom bungalow in Polruan

£275,000 Freehold

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  • A three bedroom bungalow.  |  Views out to sea and down to Readymoney Cove.  |  Off road parking.  |  Font and rear gardens.  |  Located on the edge of Polruan.  |  Property backs onto National Trust woodland.

A three bedroom bungalow situated in a quiet cul de sac in Polruan, with wide views out to sea, and down to Readymoney cove. The front garden looks out to sea, with off road parking for two cars and the rear garden backs onto National Trust woodland.

A three bedroom bungalow located at the top of Ocean View on the edge of Polruan, backing onto National Trust woodland. There are wide views out to sea, and down to Readymoney cove.

The property has a level front garden that faces south west, enjoying the 180 degree sea views that also take in The Gribbin, and the rear garden backs onto countryside. There is a useful breeze block shed and off road parking for two cars.

Internally the bungalow has a large sitting room with big windows looking out to sea, and an open fire. The kitchen breakfast room looks onto the rear garden and there is a snug or dining room with a Multi Fuel Stove. There are three bedrooms and a bathroom.

Built in the 1970's the property is heated by electric night storage heaters and requires some modernising.

Directions
From Fowey take the Bodinnick Ferry, on reaching Bodinnick bear to the left going up the hill, take the second turning on the right signposted Polruan, follow this road down the hill and bear round to the left continuing to the T-Junction. At the T-Junction turn right and follow the coast road along until reaching Polruan. On entering the village continue down the hill taking the second right on to Ocean View, follow the private road all the way to the top and no 9 is marked by our For Sale board.

Location
Polruan is a traditional waterside village situated on the east bank of the River Fowey. The Fowey estuary is well known for its safe anchorage and excellent sailing facilities. Fowey itself can be reached by car via the Ferry at nearby Bodinnick, or by regular passenger ferry running from the quay in Polruan. National Trust owned land surrounds the area and there are many scenic coastal walks to enjoy. Plymouth is approx. 40 miles away. There are main line railway stations at Par, Lostwithiel and Bodmin. Polruan has shops, inns, café, many trading all year round catering for most every day requirements.

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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A three bedroom bungalow situated in a quiet cul de sac in Polruan, with wide views out to sea, and down to Readymoney cove. The front garden looks out to sea, with off road parking for two cars and the rear garden backs onto National Trust woodland.

A three bedroom bungalow located at the top of Ocean View on the edge of Polruan, backing onto National Trust woodland. There are wide views out to sea, and down to Readymoney cove.

The property has a level front garden that faces south west, enjoying the 180 degree sea views that also take in The Gribbin, and the rear garden backs onto countryside. There is a useful breeze block shed and off road parking for two cars.

Internally the bungalow has a large sitting room with big windows looking out to sea, and an open fire. The kitchen breakfast room looks onto the rear garden and there is a snug or dining room with a Multi Fuel Stove. There are three bedrooms and a bathroom.

Built in the 1970's the property is heated by electric night storage heaters and requires some modernising.

Directions
From Fowey take the Bodinnick Ferry, on reaching Bodinnick bear to the left going up the hill, take the second turning on the right signposted Polruan, follow this road down the hill and bear round to the left continuing to the T-Junction. At the T-Junction turn right and follow the coast road along until reaching Polruan. On entering the village continue down the hill taking the second right on to Ocean View, follow the private road all the way to the top and no 9 is marked by our For Sale board.

Location
Polruan is a traditional waterside village situated on the east bank of the River Fowey. The Fowey estuary is well known for its safe anchorage and excellent sailing facilities. Fowey itself can be reached by car via the Ferry at nearby Bodinnick, or by regular passenger ferry running from the quay in Polruan. National Trust owned land surrounds the area and there are many scenic coastal walks to enjoy. Plymouth is approx. 40 miles away. There are main line railway stations at Par, Lostwithiel and Bodmin. Polruan has shops, inns, café, many trading all year round catering for most every day requirements.

Live like a local

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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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