St. Johns Terrace, Devoran
Occupying an exceptionally desirable setting along one of the most attractive terraces in south Cornwall, a charming three-bedroomed mid-terraced Victorian home situated within the highly regarded creekside village of Devoran, enjoying superb south-westerly views across the park, towards the creek and wooded countryside beyond.
- Waterside village location
- Tranquil setting between Falmouth and Truro
- Creek views
- Three Bedrooms
- Landscaped gardens
- Off road parking
- Grade II Listed
What our client said
"Andrew was extremely helpful when I was selling my house in Devoran. He always responded to my queries promptly and gave me lots of useful advice."
Old Quay Inn – 250 yards; Devoran quay – 350 yards; Bissoe Trail – 0.5; Perranwell Station – 1.5; Trelissick Gardens (National Trust) – 4; Truro – 4.5; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 6.5; Falmouth – 7; Cornwall Airport (near Newquay)– 24
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Devoran is a charming creekside village bordering the upper reaches of Restronguet Creek. The area enjoys access to not only boating and sailing waters but also excellent countryside walking and riding along bridle paths and the Bissoe Trail, an 11-mile cycle path starting from Devoran and finishing on the north coast at Portreath. Amenities in Devoran include a doctors' surgery, village hall, highly regarded primary school, church, chapel and the Old Quay Inn, a popular local pub.
Restronguet Creek is a great place to keep a boat, providing easy access to the beautiful creeks of the Carrick Roads, arguably the finest day-sailing waters in the UK. Sailing facilities and clubs for all abilities are within easy reach at nearby Restronguet, Mylor, Flushing and Falmouth, which also boasts excellent marinas and an eclectic mix of shops, eateries and pubs.
The nearby village of Carnon Downs provides an excellent local shop/post office, butchers, dentists and doctors surgery. The neighbouring village of Perranwell Station benefits from another post office/shop, highly regarded pub, The Royal Oak and regular train service to both Truro and Falmouth.