Harcourt Lane, Feock, south Cornwall
Guide Price £925,000
Contemporary family home located within of one of south Cornwall’s most highly regarded waterside villages, remodelled in 2019 to provide spacious and impeccably presented five double bedroomed accommodation with large integral garaging, set within level and enclosed gardens.
- Detached contemporary house
- Remodelled in 2019
- Superbly proportioned
- Close to sailing waters
- Five double bedrooms
- Three bath/shower rooms
- Three reception rooms
- Level enclosed gardens
- Over 3,500 sq ft
Loe Beach (watersports and moorings) - 0.6; Trelissick Gardens - 2; Truro - 4.; Mylor Yacht Harbour - 9; Falmouth – 10; St Agnes (north coast) – 11; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) - 23
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
The Hideaway is situated in Feock, a highly sought-after picturesque village situated on the River Fal within a short drive of Truro and perfectly situated for the idyllic circular walks in the area, including around Trelissick, where there is a beautiful woodland walk along the banks of the River Fal. Loe Beach, close to the property, is home to a highly regarded water sports centre, cafe, public slipway and moorings, allowing water access to the tree-lined creeks and rivers of the Carrick Roads, arguably the finest day-sailing waters in the UK.
In addition to the sailing, dinghy launching and kayaking facilities from Loe Beach, there are numerous sailing clubs around the shoreline of the Carrick Roads, notably at Mylor Harbour, a short drive away, which, over recent years, has become the country’s pre-eminent boating centre (Sir Ben Ainslie learnt to sail here). There are good golf courses are nearby at Killiow, Truro and Falmouth, and highly regarded primary schools are within a few minutes' drive at Devoran and Kea. There is a regular bus services to nearby Trelissick, Playing Place and Truro, approximately four miles distant, the county's legal, administrative, commercial, retailing and educational centre, with full range of junior and secondary schooling, mainline rail link to London (Paddington) and main theatre venue, the Hall for Cornwall.
The port of Falmouth is approximately ten miles distant, which offers a fine range of restaurants, quayside bars, galleries, sub-tropical gardens, safe sandy bathing beaches and access onto the South West Coast Path which continues to the neighbouring coves at Swanpool, Maenporth and beyond onto the beautiful Helford River and shoreline of The Lizard Peninsula.
•Contemporary family home
•Re-modelled, extended and refurbished in 2019
•Exceptionally well-proportioned and appointed
•In excess 3,500 sq ft of accommodation
•Attractive double-height entrance hallway with galleried first floor landing
•Superb triple aspect sitting room (7m x 4.5m)
•Contemporary kitchen / breakfast room comprehensively fitted with island unit and breakfast bar
•Spacious dining room (7.3m x 3.2m) opening out to the level garden
•Master bedroom suite with en suite bathroom
•Guest bedroom with en suite shower room
•Three further double bedrooms and large family bathroom with separate double shower
•Sensibly and practically designed incorporating useful storage
•Separate utility room, cloakroom and study
•Integral double garaging and gated driveway parking
•Well enclosed and level gardens
•Lawns to the front, side and rear
•Further double gates to Harcourt Lane
•Approximately ¼ acre plot size
Tenure, services and general information
Freehold. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Propane gas fired central heating. Superfast Broadband is available in the postcode. Council Tax: G
From Truro, take the A390 to Falmouth, turning left at the second roundabout at Playing Place, (just past the Shell garage) following signs to Feock. Continue straight along this road for two miles. Just after passing the Ferris garage on the right, bear right as the road forks following the sign to Restronguet Point. Continue past Gwel-an-Scol and Dozmere, and The Hideaway is the first property on the left hand side, just after Dozmere.
•Kayak to the thatched Pandora Inn from Pill Creek and enjoy a long lunch on the pontoon.
•Experience a hearty breakfast at Loe Beach café and walk along its dog friendly beach.
•Whether you are an absolute beginner through to salty seadog, enjoy the stunning sailing waters The Carrick Roads has to offer.
•Keep a boat at Loe beach and explore the beautiful surrounding creeks
•Walk to the Punch Bowl and Ladle which has recently been renovated and is one of the best local pubs in the area.
•Cycle, run or walk the Bissoe Trail all the way to Portreath on the north coast
Fixtures and fittings
Only those fixtures and fittings mentioned specifically in the sales particulars are to be included in the sale. All others (including light fittings not mentioned, furniture, garden furniture, garden ornaments etc) are not included but may be available by separate negotiation.