A truly unique property that effortlessly combines old and characterful with modern contemporary to create a striking family home located within the highly desirable seaside town of Fowey.
Originally the lodge house to Point Neptune and built in 1867, this fabulous home literally oozes character. The current owners extended the house twelve years ago to create a stunning 23ft x 22ft solid timber and glass open plan kitchen dining room with island. As the kitchen is south facing, it is literally flooded with natural light making it the perfect room for the main hub of the house. The house really does manage to bring the ‘outdoors in’ with bi-fold doors opening from the kitchen to the outside seating area and garden. It is a private aspect with a field adjacent.
The accommodation is all on one level which affords easy access throughout. The lounge, bedrooms and both bathrooms are situated in the original part of the lodge house which brims with character. The lounge has a feature exposed stone wall and a multi-fuel stove making it a super cosy room to retire to at night. The bedrooms, four of which are doubles while the fifth is a large single, have high ceilings and sash windows. One of the bathrooms is fitted with a bath and has a shower over while the other is a shower room with a walk in shower fitted. Both have W.C’s and hand wash basins.
One of the many advantages of Point Neptune Lodge is the detached garage and off road parking. The gravelled parking area is big enough that the current owner can store a decent size boat and trailer – a rare asset to have in Fowey! The plot size is approximately a quarter of an acre in its entirety and has a mostly private outlook. Readymoney Beach is also just a very short walk away from Point Neptune Lodge and is a very popular wild swimming spot or just the perfect place to while away an afternoon with the kids.
The historic port town of Fowey is steeped in history with its narrow winding streets that are interspersed with acclaimed restaurants, boutique shops and atmospheric pubs. The harbour is packed with mooring facilities and as such is a real magnet to the sailing fraternity and is also home to the Royal Fowey Yacht Club and the Gallants Sailing Club. Properties like this one do not come up in Fowey very often and we highly recommend an internal viewing to really appreciate what this property has to offer.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas-fired radiator heating.
Council Tax Band – E
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