A beautifully vibrant and spacious three bedroom home set in the much sought after location of lankelly lane. With off road parking, beautiful mature gardens and access to the south west coast within A short walk.
Fowey is regarded as one of the most attractive waterside communities in the county. Particularly well known as a popular sailing centre, the town has two thriving sailing clubs, a famous annual Regatta and excellent facilities for the keen yachtsman. For a small town Fowey provides a good range of shops and businesses catering for most day to day needs. The immediate area is surrounded by many miles of delightful coast and countryside much of which is in the ownership of the National Trust. Award winning restaurants, small boutique hotels, excellent public houses etc, have helped to establish Fowey as a popular, high quality, destination.
There are several excellent golf courses within easy reach, many world class gardens are to be found in the immediate area and the fascinating Eden Project with its futuristic biomes is just 5 miles to the north west.
There are good road links to the motorway system via the A38/A30. Railway links to London, Paddington, can be made locally at Par, and St. Austell and there are flights to London and other destinations from Newquay.
Lankelly Lane is an ideal location for people wanting to live and enjoy everything that Fowey has to offer but, being that one step away gives a much more tranquil setting. Access to the South West Coast path and all the wonderfully coves and beaches is a short walk away. Whilst Fowey town and harbour is a walkable distance, a local bus service stops at the top of Lankelly Lane and heads down into the town saving the legs if needed!
Lankelly Lodge is a much loved, beautifully styled and extremely well presented three bedroom home. Originally part barn conversion, the main home was constructed in the 1990's allowing for generous living space in the sitting room and kitchen/dinning room.
A handy porch with storage cupboard allows space to store coats and shoes before leading into the entrance hall. Stairs rise to the first floor and doors lead either into the sitting room or the kitchen/dining room.
The large triple aspect sitting room has multiple windows making for a very light, airy and sociable room. A free standing, wood burning stove set on a huge slate hearth adds a warm and cosy feel whilst providing an attractive focal point to the room .
A door leads out to the conservatory, a great place to curl up with a good book or sit and enjoy the beautiful garden.
The generous open plan kitchen/dining room is in the older part of the property and enjoys a lovely cottage feel. The Belfast sink is nestled in a shaker styled kitchen unit with solid wooden work surface, storage cupboards beneath and space for a freestanding Rangemaster oven and grill. The gas Rayburn is set back in an old fire place and provides heating and hot water for the entire home.
A rear porch has a sink and storage cupboard, space for a washing machine and a door leading out to the rear garden.
From the kitchen a door leads into the third double bedroom with en suite bathroom, ideal for guests!
Stairs rise up to the landing with plenty of storage cupboards and linen space. The principal dual aspect bedroom enjoys countryside views and looks down on the mature garden. It has a spacious en suite shower room with WC, corner shower cubicle and sink with vanity unit.
Along the landing is the second double bedroom. This converted attic room is generous in length and is made light by the velux windows which again enjoys countryside views.
From Lankelly Lane, a wooden gate opens to give off road parking. A gate at the far end leads into the attractive, mature and well established garden with wooden storage sheds, gravelled areas for seating outside the conservatory, a pond with water feature and a lawned area. A path and gates lead around both side of the house giving access to the front of the property. There is a right of access over a neighbouring driveway to the front gate and a further parking area.
Plans were submittedfor a new extension to replace the existing conservatory. Conditional approval was granted in June 2021.
Cornwall Council, 39 Penwinnick Road, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 5DR
None of the services, systems or appliances at the property have been tested by the Agents.
Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents: May Whetter & Grose, Estuary House, Fore Street, Fowey, Cornwall, PL23 1AH.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.4%||£425,000||2||2|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£220,000 (1)||£307,500 (6)||£434,995 (11)||£774,500 (10)||£1,037,500 (4)|
|Flats||£222,500 (2)||£334,000 (5)||-||-||-|
|All||£221,667 (3)||£319,545 (11)||£434,995 (11)||£774,500 (10)||£1,037,500 (4)|