Penpol, Devoran


Enjoying river views within a traffic-free position close to the water within a highly desirable creekside village between Falmouth and Truro, this modernised and extended home is located at the end of a private drive with well-enclosed gardens, driveway parking and garaging.

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  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: F


Property Features

  • Creekside village
  • Detached and recently extended
  • Far-reaching water views
  • Tucked away in a quiet and elevated position
  • Landscaped gardens and sitting out terraces
  • Integral garage / workshop


Full Details

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Point Quay & slipway – 700 yards; Old Quay Inn, Devoran – 1.4; Carnon Downs 1.5; Loe beach watersports – 1.6; Trelissick Gardens (National Trust)– 1.9; Perranwell Station (branchline rail) – 3; Truro – 5; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 8.6; Falmouth – 9.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 23

(All distances are approximate and in miles)

Tenure, services and further information
Freehold. Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax: F. Broadband: Superfast fibre is available in the postcode.

The location
Located near the head of tranquil Penpol Creek, a tributary of the Fal Estuary, Seamark enjoys a quiet traffic-free position and fine views over Penpol to Restronguet Creek and unspoilt surrounding countryside.

The creekside villages of Penpol, Point and Devoran were once a hive of the mining industry. With most traces of this activity now gone, the creek and surroundings have become one of the most highly coveted areas in south Cornwall by virtue of the peaceful and picturesque setting with close proximity to Truro and Falmouth. The track of the old mineral railway, the Old Tram Road, leads from Point along the creek to Devoran providing a great walk, run or bike ride, and finishing at the Old Quay Inn, Devoran. Follow the Bissoe Trail, an 11-mile cycle path starting from Devoran and finishing on the north coast at Portreath.

The Fal Estuary meanders its way from Falmouth to the head of the River Fal at Truro. For the keen sailor, this area of the south Cornish coast offers several sailing clubs with the sailing waters considered to be some of the finest in the UK. Falmouth is a bustling harbour town with a fascinating maritime history, excellent restaurants, sandy beaches and a great atmosphere.

Truro is the administrative centre of Cornwall and offers excellent schooling and mainline rail links to London Paddington. It has a small but comprehensive city centre and a nice selection of boutiques, along with restaurants, a cinema, galleries and a national-class theatre/performance venue.