38 Poldrea, Tywardreath


£145,000 Freehold

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Receptions
  • Garden

A two bedroom semi-detached property situated in the very popular and historic village of Tywardreath. This home enjoys west facing views over its extensive rear garden, the village rooftops and on to hills beyond.With large UPVC double glazed windows and gas central heating throughtout this home is light, warm and well presented. Both reception rooms are located at the rear of the property making the most of the views with the lounge benefiting from a multi-fuel burner for those cosy winter nights. The kitchen/breakfast room looks out over the front garden which is laid to lawn, has inbuilt cupboards - ideal for a pantry and leads to the dining room where again the garden views can be appreciated. Another door from the kitchen leads to an outbuilding which offers excellent extra storage room and/or an option as a utility room if desired. on the first floor are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The master bedroom located at the rear again enjoys elevated views over the garden and village with the front double bedroom having three built-in storage cupboards.Outside the property has a front and rear garden. The front is level, laid to lawn with a mature shrubs border and the attractive rear garden is surprisingly long with mature borders, flower/vegetable beds and a large storage shed. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this property and its position on the estate.

From the centre of Fowey, proceed out of the town up to the roundabout.
Turn right heading to Lostwithiel, and after a few miles turn left to Tywardreath.
Proceed down into the village taking a left turn into Poldrea estate. Continue until you come to a fork in the road with a green and play area in front, take the right-hand road and follow it down until you come to the end of the road and ccommunal parking spaces, our property is on the right-hand side.

Tywardreath is an interesting old Cornish village, just inland from the Fowey Estuary, near the South Cornish Coast. It has a good mix of local shops, pub and church. There is a primary school, and secondary education provided at nearby Fowey. The village is a 20 minute walk from Par beach which is dog friendly all year round. Access out of Cornwall is easy with the mainline train station in Par less than a mile away, and the nearby A390 for road travel.

  • Extensive attractive rear garden.
  • Two double bedrooms.
  • Gas central heating throughout.
  • Views over the village and on to the hills beyond.
  • Two reception rooms.
  • Outbuilding providing extra storage.