Positioned centrally within its gardens, this charming and individual family home is beautifully presented and is set within established and extensive grounds approaching half an acre, located close to Truro and the tree-lined creeks of the Carrick Roads and Fal River.
- Close to creeks and sailing waters
- Convenient location near Truro
- Beautifully presented throughout
- Four bedrooms
- Kitchen / dining room
- Garden room
- Approaching 0.5 acre of established gardens
- Double garaging and long gated driveway
- Viewings start on Monday 27th June
What the buyer said
"Tim May’s communication with all parties was excellent, keeping everyone in the picture and moving things along. Very helpful with a problem I had on the day I moved in."
Trelissick Garden (National Trust) – 1.3; Roundwood Quay – 1.5; Loe Beach Watersports – 1.7; Truro city centre – 4; Boscawen Park & tennis courts – 4.5; Royal Cornwall Hospital (Treliske) – 5; St Mawes – 7.5 (via King Harry Ferry); Mylor Yacht Harbour – 8.5; Falmouth – 9.5; St Agnes – 10.5; Perranpoarth – 12.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 22.3
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
The Homestead is situated just to the north of Feock, in the ever-popular hamlet of Penelewey. The property is within walking distance of the excellent traditional thatched Punchbowl and Ladle pub and this beautiful home is perfectly situated for the idyllic circular walks in the area, including Roundwood Quay and Trelissick, where there is a beautiful woodland walk along the banks of the River Fal, and nearby Loe Beach where there are excellent water sports facilities and popular cafe.
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, which over recent years has become the county’s pre-eminent boating centre.
Highly regarded country primary schools are within a few minutes' drive at Devoran and Kea. There are regular bus services to nearby Trelissick, Playing Place and Truro, being the county's legal, administrative, commercial, retailing and educational centre, with a full range of junior and secondary schooling, mainline rail link to London (Paddington) and national-class performance venue, the Hall for Cornwall.
The port and university town of Falmouth is approximately ten miles to the south. This thriving waterside town offering 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.