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Lankelly Lane, Fowey, PL23

6 bedroom house

£560,000 Freehold

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  • Detached home set on a large plot with generous gardens  |  Currently split into three apartments  |  Ideal for residential or holiday lets  |  Potential to convert back to a 4/5 bedroom home  |  Located just 3/4 of a mile from the town centre  |  Quiet setting with ample parking  |  EPC C71 - D68 - D67

A 4/6 bedroom home, currently split into three holiday apartments, set on a large plot on the edge of the popular harbourside town of Fowey

THE PROPERTY
Truly a unique property that would suit an investment buyer looking for either residential lets / holiday lets, or those looking for a large family home set on a substantial plot.

Formally a 4 / 5 bedroom family home the property is currently split into three.

The owner lives in a large section of the property that offers a bright living room and spacious dining room, both with views over the large and mature rear gardens. There is a well fitted kitchen with rear porch off and a double bedroom with en-suite shower room.

To the front of the property is a one double bedroom annexe with shower room and open plan kitchen / living room. This has a door leading out to its own private garden.

Like the annexe, the first floor is currently used as a holiday let and offers a living room with views over the garden and adjoining fields, a kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms. Off the living room there is also a 24ft x 18ft storage area into the eaves.

To the outside of the property, as well as the large gardens to the rear and the annexe gardens, there is also a good sized driveway with parking for multiple vehicles and double garage that has been split into two storage areas and a utility room with WC.

Directions
Leaving Fowey on Lostwithiel Street and then New Hill continue over the mini roundabout and onto Polvillion Road. At the next mini roundabout take the first exit onto Lankelly Lane.
As you enter Lankelly Lane, Cornerways can be found on the left-hand side. There is a name plate on the wall of the driveway.

Location
Fowey is a bustling sailing port on the Fowey Estuary on the South Cornish coast, set in stunning countryside, with dramatic beaches nearby. Known for its sailing, walks, stunning views, and vibrant streets, Fowey is a gem in Cornwall. Inspiration for many of Daphne du Maurier’s dramatic stories it is home to the annual Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature and the Fowey Royal Regatta.

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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 4/6 bedroom home, currently split into three holiday apartments, set on a large plot on the edge of the popular harbourside town of Fowey

THE PROPERTY
Truly a unique property that would suit an investment buyer looking for either residential lets / holiday lets, or those looking for a large family home set on a substantial plot.

Formally a 4 / 5 bedroom family home the property is currently split into three.

The owner lives in a large section of the property that offers a bright living room and spacious dining room, both with views over the large and mature rear gardens. There is a well fitted kitchen with rear porch off and a double bedroom with en-suite shower room.

To the front of the property is a one double bedroom annexe with shower room and open plan kitchen / living room. This has a door leading out to its own private garden.

Like the annexe, the first floor is currently used as a holiday let and offers a living room with views over the garden and adjoining fields, a kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms. Off the living room there is also a 24ft x 18ft storage area into the eaves.

To the outside of the property, as well as the large gardens to the rear and the annexe gardens, there is also a good sized driveway with parking for multiple vehicles and double garage that has been split into two storage areas and a utility room with WC.

Directions
Leaving Fowey on Lostwithiel Street and then New Hill continue over the mini roundabout and onto Polvillion Road. At the next mini roundabout take the first exit onto Lankelly Lane.
As you enter Lankelly Lane, Cornerways can be found on the left-hand side. There is a name plate on the wall of the driveway.

Location
Fowey is a bustling sailing port on the Fowey Estuary on the South Cornish coast, set in stunning countryside, with dramatic beaches nearby. Known for its sailing, walks, stunning views, and vibrant streets, Fowey is a gem in Cornwall. Inspiration for many of Daphne du Maurier’s dramatic stories it is home to the annual Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature and the Fowey Royal Regatta.

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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.

Contact Fowey

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Latitude: 50.336161 Longitude: -4.649342