This is a deceptively spacious family home set in an elevated position on the edge of the ancient town of Fowey. The accommodation is of an inverted layout, with the main living area on the first floor to enable the far-reaching countryside views to be enjoyed. On the first floor there is a pleasant dual aspect living room, with French doors opening out onto a balcony which overlooks the rear garden and surrounding countryside. There is also a well appointed kitchen diner. In addition there is an integral garage, separate WC, cloakroom, study and office.
Stairs lead down to the ground floor, where there are five good-sized bedrooms, with the master bedroom and one other benefitting from en-suite facilities. There is also a useful utility room which offers access out to the side of the house and the rear garden. The rear garden is terraced and comprises a patio, lawn and a range of borders containing a profusion of plants and shrubs. It enjoys an aspect which offers the opportunity to enjoy afternoon and evening sunshine.We really do recommend arranging a viewing appointment in order to fully appreciate the size of the accommodation on offer.
On entering Fowey, take the second left into Hill Hay Close, and follow the road through the development and up the hill. After a short distance, 44 Tavern Barn will be seen on your left.
Fowey is a bustling sailing port on the Fowey Estuary on the South Cornish coast, set in stunning countryside, with dramatic beaches nearby. Known for its sailing, walks, stunning views, and vibrant streets, Fowey is a gem in Cornwall. Inspiration to many of Daphne Du Maurier’s dramatic stories it is home to the annual Du Maurier literary festival and the Royal sailing regatta.
- Five bedrooms, two en-suite
- Kitchen diner
- Dual aspect lounge with balcony
- Far reaching countryside views
- Rear terraced garden
- Driveway parking
- Integral garage
- Gas central heating
- Separate office and study
- Within 3/4 mile of Fowey Estuary and Town Quay