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Place View, Fowey, PL23

5 bedroom house in Fowey

£499,950 Freehold

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  • Garage.  |  Five Bedrooms.  |  Two Reception Rooms.  |  Set in an Elevated Position.  |  Stunning Views.  |  Courtyard Garden.  |  End of Terrace.

This CHAIN FREE family home is set in an elevated position within Fowey. Offering five bedrooms, two reception rooms and a GARAGE.

Set overlooking the beautiful Fowey River and historic town of Fowey itself is this spacious five bedroom home.

The accommodation for the property starts in the entrance hall that has doors leading off to the lounge, kitchen, utility room, dining room / downstairs bedroom and stairs leading to the first floor.

Off the first floor landing there are further doors leading to the bathroom and four bedrooms. The master bedroom has a double glazed door leading out to the reinforced garage roof that with a little work could make a lovely roof terrace to enjoy the views that stretch down the Fowey Estuary.

Like the lounge, the bedrooms enjoy views front and side due to the dual aspect windows, made possible by the home being on the end of the terrace.

Heading to the second floor you will find the large attic bedroom that lends itself to having an en-suite bathroom installed. From here you can also enjoy the views thanks to the large box window.

Outside the property you will find a small courtyard to the rear and there is also the huge benefit of a garage to the side with rear pedestrian door out to the courtyard.

With regards heating for the property, the majority of the windows are double glazed and there is a mains gas central heating system.

Entrance Porch
1.04m x 0.94m (3'5" x 3'1")


Entrance Hall
3.28m x 0.94m (10'9" x 3'1")


Lounge
4.72m x 3.48m (15'6" x 11'5")

Measured into the bay window

Dining Room
4.04m x 2.80m (13'3" x 9'2")

Measured into the bay window and to the front of the chimney breast

Kitchen
3.53m (narrowing to 2.67m) x 3.5m


Utility Room
3.07m x 2.82m (10'1" x 9'3")


Landing



Master Bedroom
4.24m x 3.45m (13'11" x 11'4")


Bedroom Two
4.24m x 2.77m (13'11" x 9'1")


Bedroom Three
3.48m x 2.82m (11'5" x 9'3")


Bedroom Four
3.00m x 2.60m (9'10" x 8'6")


Bathroom
2.20m x 1.63m (7'3" x 5'4")


Attic Bedroom
5.49m x 3.12m (18'0" x 10'3")


OUTSIDE OF THE PROPERTY



Court Yard Garden



Garage
4.85m x 2.64m (15'11" x 8'8")

With WC

Directions
From our office in Fowey, proceed up Lostwithiel Street for around 200 yards where you will find Place View on the left. The property itself can be found at the end of the terrace.

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 to 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.
Fowey town centre has an eclectic mix of independent shops and colourful restaurants, and is a pleasure to explore. Fowey has local primary and secondary schools, together with leisure centre, numerous pubs, churches and post office, and provides a wonderful place to live as well as visit. Access out of Cornwall is easy, via road on the A38, via rail at the nearby main line station of Par and by air, with Newquay Airport just 45 minutes having regular flights throughout the UK.

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

This CHAIN FREE family home is set in an elevated position within Fowey. Offering five bedrooms, two reception rooms and a GARAGE.

Set overlooking the beautiful Fowey River and historic town of Fowey itself is this spacious five bedroom home.

The accommodation for the property starts in the entrance hall that has doors leading off to the lounge, kitchen, utility room, dining room / downstairs bedroom and stairs leading to the first floor.

Off the first floor landing there are further doors leading to the bathroom and four bedrooms. The master bedroom has a double glazed door leading out to the reinforced garage roof that with a little work could make a lovely roof terrace to enjoy the views that stretch down the Fowey Estuary.

Like the lounge, the bedrooms enjoy views front and side due to the dual aspect windows, made possible by the home being on the end of the terrace.

Heading to the second floor you will find the large attic bedroom that lends itself to having an en-suite bathroom installed. From here you can also enjoy the views thanks to the large box window.

Outside the property you will find a small courtyard to the rear and there is also the huge benefit of a garage to the side with rear pedestrian door out to the courtyard.

With regards heating for the property, the majority of the windows are double glazed and there is a mains gas central heating system.

Entrance Porch
1.04m x 0.94m (3'5" x 3'1")


Entrance Hall
3.28m x 0.94m (10'9" x 3'1")


Lounge
4.72m x 3.48m (15'6" x 11'5")

Measured into the bay window

Dining Room
4.04m x 2.80m (13'3" x 9'2")

Measured into the bay window and to the front of the chimney breast

Kitchen
3.53m (narrowing to 2.67m) x 3.5m


Utility Room
3.07m x 2.82m (10'1" x 9'3")


Landing



Master Bedroom
4.24m x 3.45m (13'11" x 11'4")


Bedroom Two
4.24m x 2.77m (13'11" x 9'1")


Bedroom Three
3.48m x 2.82m (11'5" x 9'3")


Bedroom Four
3.00m x 2.60m (9'10" x 8'6")


Bathroom
2.20m x 1.63m (7'3" x 5'4")


Attic Bedroom
5.49m x 3.12m (18'0" x 10'3")


OUTSIDE OF THE PROPERTY



Court Yard Garden



Garage
4.85m x 2.64m (15'11" x 8'8")

With WC

Directions
From our office in Fowey, proceed up Lostwithiel Street for around 200 yards where you will find Place View on the left. The property itself can be found at the end of the terrace.

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 to 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.
Fowey town centre has an eclectic mix of independent shops and colourful restaurants, and is a pleasure to explore. Fowey has local primary and secondary schools, together with leisure centre, numerous pubs, churches and post office, and provides a wonderful place to live as well as visit. Access out of Cornwall is easy, via road on the A38, via rail at the nearby main line station of Par and by air, with Newquay Airport just 45 minutes having regular flights throughout the UK.

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

Office Microsite
Latitude: 50.33497 Longitude: -4.636932