Located in an elevated position within a highly desirable creekside village between Falmouth and Truro, this impeccably appointed home is situated on the edge of Penpol and commands beautiful far-reaching river views. Enjoying a discrete position and built to a high standard in 2006, this unique and very private residence is a glorious surprise.
- Creekside village
- 4 double bedrooms
- High quality interiors and exceptional build quality
- Far-reaching views
- Discretely positioned and private
- Landscaped gardens and sitting out terraces
- Detached garage
- Built in 2005/6
What our client said
"During a period of tough market conditions when many other properties remain unsold and suffering price reductions, we were delighted that Shore Partnership found us the perfect buyer as soon as we had briefed Ben. He did a great job at describing and photographing the property which really captured the feel of it. The selling process proceeded smoothly and we are very pleased with the outcome."
What the buyer said
"I would recommend Shore Partnership without hesitation. As a prospective purchaser, Ben really took time to listen to the type of house that I was looking for and found it for me! I was the first person to see the house and it was perfect. Ben’s patience and good humour during the process also ensured that the buying process proceeded seamlessly. I didn’t expect to have so much communication from a selling agent – but it was brilliant!! Never experienced such good service from an agent."
Point Quay & slipway – 500 yards; Devoran – 1.5; Loe beach watersports – 2; Trelissick Gardens (National Trust)– 2; Perranwell Station (branchline rail) – 2.5; Truro – 5; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 8.5; Falmouth – 9; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 23
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Located within an elevated position near the head of tranquil Penpol Creek, a tributary of the Fal Estuary, Polmenna House enjoys a wonderful and discrete position allowing for south-facing far-reaching views over Penpol to Restronguet Creek and surrounding countryside. Within just a couple of miles are endless creekside and woodland walks, National Trust gardens, watersports and sailing opportunities along with a great local pub and a branchline railway halt connecting both Truro and Falmouth.
The Fal River area is one of the most highly coveted locations in south Cornwall by virtue of the peaceful and picturesque setting with close proximity to Truro and Falmouth. The track of the old mining railway, the Old Tram Road, leads from Point along the creek to Devoran providing a great walk, run or bike ride. The Bissoe Trail, an 11-mile cycle path starting at Devoran, finishes on the north coast at Portreath.
The area provides several sailing clubs with the sheltered waters considered to be some of the finest in the UK. Falmouth is a bustling harbour and university 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 national-class theatre / performance venue.