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Sea Road, Carlyon Bay, St Austell, PL25

5 bedroom house in Carlyon Bay

£675,000 Freehold

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  • **Located on one of Cornwall's Most Prestigious Roads**  |  Large Plot with Family Gardens and Woodland Style  |  Stunning Sea Views  |  5 / 6 Bedrooms  |  Three Bathrooms  |  3 Reception Rooms  |  Garage and Parking

Set on a large plot with truly amazing views this is the perfect property for anyone wishing to move onto one of Cornwall's most prestigious roads. The five bedroom, three reception room home offers huge potential due to its surprising size, layout and overall plot.

When first viewing this property your attention will of course be drawn to the amazing sea and coast views that stretch out across Carlyon Bay and Charlestown to Porthpean, Mevagissey, Par and The Gribbin, and rightly so. However, things don't stop there.

When entering the home itself you will see that it is in need of updating but you can't fail to be impressed by the size. approaching 2000 sq. feet it offers three reception rooms, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and utility room on the ground floor then three further bedrooms, a bathroom and a sunroom / sitting room with large box window with views that are second to few, on the first room.

The property lends itself to updating and renovation but is liveable while any buyer takes this on. It also leans towards extension with a large eave space and room all round.

The surprise factor of this family home doesn't stop there. Take yourself through to the gardens and on first impression you will think you have just a good sized lawned garden but as you explore further you will come across two secluded woodland style gardens and a second lawned garden. It truly is an outside space perfect for a family.

As you drive around Sea Road you will see the extent that many have gone to with their properties. Some knocking down and rebuilding and others extending and renovating. This property is perfect for those looking to do similar or just to take it on and make it a family home of their own.

Entrance Hall
5.08m x 1.42m (16'8" x 4'8")


Bedroom Two
3.50m x 3.33m (11'6" x 10'11")

With built-in wardrobe

Master Bedroom
3.70m x 3.33m (12'2" x 10'11")

With built-in wardrobe

Jack 'n Jill En-suite Shower Room
2.40m x 2.20m (7'10" x 7'3")


Bathroom
2.82m x 1.83m (9'3" x 6'0")


Living Room
5.05m x 4.10m (16'7" x 13'5")


Breakfast Room



Kitchen
5.05m x 4.10m (16'7" x 13'5")


Inner Hall



Utility Area
2.30m x 2.26m (7'7" x 7'5")


Rear Porch
2.10m x 1.52m (6'11" x 5')


Dining Room/Bedroom/2nd Sitting Room
4.37m x 3.86m (14'4" x 12'8")


First Floor



Sunroom / Lounge
4.01m x 3.53m (13'2" x 11'7")


Bedroom Four
3.23m x 2.46m (10'7" x 8'1")


Bedroom Five
4.34m x 2.24m (14'3" x 7'4")


Bedroom Six
2.72m x 2.54m (8'11" x 8'4")


Shower Room
2.44m x 2.41m (8'0" x 7'11")


Garage
Awaiting Measurements


Driveway Parking


Parking for five cars

Gardens


The gardens are split to the front and rear. The front is laid to lawn and the rear are broken down into two lawned gardens and two wooded gardens.

Directions
Leaving Fowey Via Lostwithiel Street turn right into Polvillion Road and at the third mini-round-about at Four Turnings, take the first exit towards Par.
Stay on this road for 3 miles until passing "The Ship Inn." Stay on this road and continue into the Village of Par. At the bridge take the left fork and at the next junction turn left by "Richards Fruit & Veg" and proceed along Par Moor Road.
As you approach "Cornish Market World" there is a turning on your left towards Carlyon Bay. Take this turning and continue, passing under the bridge and into the start of Seas Road.
At the next junction continue straight across into Sea Road and follow it around. The property can be found towards the far end of Sea Road on the right.

Location
Sea Road is considered by many to be one of Cornwall's most prestigious roads and one look at the views from this property will show you why.
The local area boasts a stunning 18 hole links golf course, popular 4* Hotel and Spa, beach, coastal walks and small parade of restaurants.

Within a short distance you will find shops, supermarkets, butchers, dentists and take-a-ways at Holmbush which will help everyday needs. St Austell town centre can be found a little further from the property.

One of the areas key features can be found within a short walk. It's the stunning, world famous harbour of Charlestown, which offers further beaches and a wide choice of restaurants. Charlestown is world renowned for filming movies such as 'The Pirates of The Caribbean', 'Alice in Wonderland' and more recently the BBC drama 'Poldark'

Inside Fowey

from a local eye view

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.

More about the Area

Gallery

Set on a large plot with truly amazing views this is the perfect property for anyone wishing to move onto one of Cornwall's most prestigious roads. The five bedroom, three reception room home offers huge potential due to its surprising size, layout and overall plot.

When first viewing this property your attention will of course be drawn to the amazing sea and coast views that stretch out across Carlyon Bay and Charlestown to Porthpean, Mevagissey, Par and The Gribbin, and rightly so. However, things don't stop there.

When entering the home itself you will see that it is in need of updating but you can't fail to be impressed by the size. approaching 2000 sq. feet it offers three reception rooms, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and utility room on the ground floor then three further bedrooms, a bathroom and a sunroom / sitting room with large box window with views that are second to few, on the first room.

The property lends itself to updating and renovation but is liveable while any buyer takes this on. It also leans towards extension with a large eave space and room all round.

The surprise factor of this family home doesn't stop there. Take yourself through to the gardens and on first impression you will think you have just a good sized lawned garden but as you explore further you will come across two secluded woodland style gardens and a second lawned garden. It truly is an outside space perfect for a family.

As you drive around Sea Road you will see the extent that many have gone to with their properties. Some knocking down and rebuilding and others extending and renovating. This property is perfect for those looking to do similar or just to take it on and make it a family home of their own.

Entrance Hall
5.08m x 1.42m (16'8" x 4'8")


Bedroom Two
3.50m x 3.33m (11'6" x 10'11")

With built-in wardrobe

Master Bedroom
3.70m x 3.33m (12'2" x 10'11")

With built-in wardrobe

Jack 'n Jill En-suite Shower Room
2.40m x 2.20m (7'10" x 7'3")


Bathroom
2.82m x 1.83m (9'3" x 6'0")


Living Room
5.05m x 4.10m (16'7" x 13'5")


Breakfast Room



Kitchen
5.05m x 4.10m (16'7" x 13'5")


Inner Hall



Utility Area
2.30m x 2.26m (7'7" x 7'5")


Rear Porch
2.10m x 1.52m (6'11" x 5')


Dining Room/Bedroom/2nd Sitting Room
4.37m x 3.86m (14'4" x 12'8")


First Floor



Sunroom / Lounge
4.01m x 3.53m (13'2" x 11'7")


Bedroom Four
3.23m x 2.46m (10'7" x 8'1")


Bedroom Five
4.34m x 2.24m (14'3" x 7'4")


Bedroom Six
2.72m x 2.54m (8'11" x 8'4")


Shower Room
2.44m x 2.41m (8'0" x 7'11")


Garage
Awaiting Measurements


Driveway Parking


Parking for five cars

Gardens


The gardens are split to the front and rear. The front is laid to lawn and the rear are broken down into two lawned gardens and two wooded gardens.

Directions
Leaving Fowey Via Lostwithiel Street turn right into Polvillion Road and at the third mini-round-about at Four Turnings, take the first exit towards Par.
Stay on this road for 3 miles until passing "The Ship Inn." Stay on this road and continue into the Village of Par. At the bridge take the left fork and at the next junction turn left by "Richards Fruit & Veg" and proceed along Par Moor Road.
As you approach "Cornish Market World" there is a turning on your left towards Carlyon Bay. Take this turning and continue, passing under the bridge and into the start of Seas Road.
At the next junction continue straight across into Sea Road and follow it around. The property can be found towards the far end of Sea Road on the right.

Location
Sea Road is considered by many to be one of Cornwall's most prestigious roads and one look at the views from this property will show you why.
The local area boasts a stunning 18 hole links golf course, popular 4* Hotel and Spa, beach, coastal walks and small parade of restaurants.

Within a short distance you will find shops, supermarkets, butchers, dentists and take-a-ways at Holmbush which will help everyday needs. St Austell town centre can be found a little further from the property.

One of the areas key features can be found within a short walk. It's the stunning, world famous harbour of Charlestown, which offers further beaches and a wide choice of restaurants. Charlestown is world renowned for filming movies such as 'The Pirates of The Caribbean', 'Alice in Wonderland' and more recently the BBC drama 'Poldark'

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.

Contact Fowey

Winkworth Fowey

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Latitude: 50.333905 Longitude: -4.750305