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Leggyfoot Built approximately 10 years ago to an extremely high standard, offers a superb open plan living accommodation to the ground floor that sweeps from a sitting area through a dining space and into the kitchen. A number of high quality fixtures and fittings, including under floor heating, attractive slate floors, spiral staircase to the gallery, wood burning fire and the hand crafted kitchen. Bi-folding doors open to a large decked area to the rear also with the large windows throughout bringing the lovely rural views into the house. Also to the ground floor is a family bathroom and 3 double bedrooms, two having en-suite shower rooms. The first has a unique gallery area leading you to the master bedroom and further en-suite bathroom.
Kitchen/dining area 34' x11'6
Sitting room 23'10 x15'6
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As you approach this property the location captures you with the views from the parking area. The property is yet to reveal itself. You will see the quality of the build from the outside and this continues as you step through the tile covered entrance. The hallway draws you straight into the wonderful open plan living area with its vaulted ceiling and glass apex windows flooding the room with light.
From the sitting area you have superb views across the garden and countryside from a variety of windows and bi folding doors that open to the decking area. The attractive slate floor with under floor heating takes you past the spiral staircase, past the individual wood burning fire place to the dining area. This is also a large open space again with bi folding doors to the decking area making this a fantastic entertaining portion of the property. The hand crafted bespoke country kitchen sits next to the dining area. This has a superb centre island and work space plus a lovely range style oven.
From the kitchen you also have rural views from two sides and a door out to the decking area. This large open living area is truly a unique family room to enjoy. Also arranged on the ground floor are two double bedrooms both with en-suite shower rooms, a third bedroom and a modern fitted family bathroom. All benefitting from the slate tiled under floor heating.
Moving to the first floor via the spiral staircase leads you to a gallery seating or study area which has a superb view through the apex glass windows, a great feature to the property. From the gallery you enter the master double bedroom also with an en-suite bathroom room.
The exterior of the property starts with the large parking area across the front and to the side of the property ideal for several vehicles. Moving round to the rear is the large square and neat south facing lawn with a post and rail fencing marking the boundary. Adjacent to the rear of the property is the raised and spacious decking area a perfect place to take in the beautiful view towards the creek or to just sit and relax. A short walk via a historic drovers track near the property will lead you down to the Creek
The property currently has planning permission to create a modern contemporary 6 bedroom detached family home. Further information and drawings are available at request.
The property has mains water and electricity, oil fired boiler for the under floor heating. Private drainage.
Penpol is a delightful rural hamlet surrounded by farmland situated on the east side of the River Fowey at the head of the navigable and very beautiful Penpol creek. The picturesque and very popular harbour side town of Fowey is about 2 miles, via the Bodinnick car ferry. Fowey Harbour offers excellent facilities for the keen yachtsman plus a variety of restaurants, pubs and shops to temp you. The ancient stannary town of Lostwithiel is about 5 miles to the North West offering local amenities, shops and schools.
For the walker there are many miles of nearby footpaths across the countryside towards the coast to explore. There is several excellent golf courses within easy reach along with many world class exotic gardens are to be found. The fascinating Eden Project with its futuristic biomes is just a just a short drive away. There are good road links to the motorway system via the A38/A30. Railway links to London Paddington can be made locally via Par, Lostwithiel and St Austell plus there are flights to London from Newquay airport.
Lostwithiel 5.9 miles Fowey 3.2 miles via car ferry Polperro 6.1 miles St Austell 13.7 miles Truro 34.2 miles (all distances are approximate)
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