An extended period cottage set in large gardens next to the creek in Lerryn. The present owner has lived in the house for many years and it now requires updating, offering a new owner much potential. The house faces south over its gardens that are very private, in such a central village location. In the corner of the garden there are some dilapidated outbuildings that have development potential subject to planning permission being granted.
The original cottage has been extended over the years, and has a one bedroom annexe at one end. The house has huge potential for remodelling and updating.
This is an exciting redevelopment opportunity for anyone looking for a house next to the water in a beautiful Cornish village on the Fowey Estuary.
On entering Lerryn from Lostwithiel, turn right before the bridge. Follow the road along and the house is the third on the left.
Lerryn is a very picturesque village at the head of a creek forming part of the Fowey Estuary. The village, with its school, two community halls, post office/general stores, Inn and community bus offers facilities for most everyday requirements. A wider range of shopping facilities are available in the historic town of Lostwithiel about three miles away. The extensive list of social organisations in the village currently includes a film club, ladies dining club, Bridge club, History society and Women's Institute. In Lerryn and the surrounding area there are excellent sailing and boating opportunities together with extensive walks in the countryside along the river valleys and the coast.
- Riverside location.
- Large private gardens.
- Located in the village of Lerryn.
- Outbuildings for redevelopment subject to planning.
- Off road parking.
- Extended period house with annexe.
- The house has great potential.
- Riverside walks and easy access to the water.