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3 Bed House - Detached - Penpol, Truro


  • Superb creek views
  • Desired location
  • Detached cottage
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • 2 bath/shower rooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Tastefully updated
  • Central heating and double glazing


Occupying a stunning position within a few hundred yards of Point Quay, with superb views down Restronguet and Penpol Creeks, a delightful detached cottage, thoughtfully and tastefully updated by the current owners combining a modern feel with original features, providing 3 double bedroom, 2 bathroom accommodation with the added attraction of level garden areas, also overlooking the water, along with off-road driveway parking.


Positioned on what must be one of south Cornwall s most desired locations, with broad frontage to the quiet roadside between Point and Penpol where The Old Tram Road joins The Ropewalk , enjoying far-reaching water views to Restronguet Point, this appealing detached cottage has been sympathetically refurbished by the current owner and now provides modern and tasteful three-bedroomed accommodation with oil fired central heating and replacement uPVC double glazing.

The cottage stands towards the rear of the plot, therefore allowing the main garden areas to also enjoy the beautiful outlook, tidal changes and boating activity. An attractive brick-laid driveway and pedestrian path divides the front garden, with a large level lawn area to one side and potential to construct a garage, or extend the accommodation, subject to necessary consents. To the rear and side of the plot, a private and enclosed courtyard leads to a detached stone/block store with a pitched roof.

Inside, the accommodation is flexible, light and extremely well presented and briefly comprises: a triple aspect entrance porch leading to a reception room (currently dining) with views of the water, oak staircase and door to the sitting room, also featuring a window to the front of the cottage. A deep kitchen to the rear has been attractively reappointed with wooden worksurfaces and many storage cupboards with white door fronts, off which is a useful and good sized cloakroom/utility. To the rear of the kitchen, a door leads to a sun/store room with a variety of uses as further utility or storage space and external access to the enclosed courtyard. The first floor is surprisingly spacious and features three double bedrooms, two of which are front-facing with a large master en-suite, and a third (within a newer extension) adjacent to a second bathroom which can be closed-off to form a secondary en-suite bedroom.


Besides overlooking the beautiful Restronguet Creek and Penpol Creek, Point is approximately four miles from the cathedral city of Truro, whose excellent shopping, commercial, health, educational and leisure amenities, including major theatre venue, The Hall for Cornwall, are all within just a few minutes' drive away. Surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside, the highly sought-after waterside village of Point is just a few moments' walk away and whose waterside road, The Old Tram Road, provides a lovely level walk along the banks of Restronguet Creek, including to Devoran, where there is a doctors surgery, Devoran School, and public house, beyond which continues the cycle path and bridle way, as far as Portreath on the north coast. Carnon Downs is less than a mile away by road, with excellent day-to-day amenities which include a highly regarded convenience store with butchery counter, sub-post office, nursery, dental surgery, hairdressers, village hall, public house, impressive garden centre, and highly regular bus service to the neighbouring towns.


(All dimensions being approximate)

From the front garden and brick-laid driveway, a brick pedestrian pathway leads up to the front entrance, with replacement uPVC double glazed entrance door, opening into the:-


A particularly bright, triple aspect entrance area, with uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the front garden and beautiful Restronguet Creek. Slate-effect tiling. Traditional panelled internal door, with authentic obscure glazing, opening into the:-


4.33m x 3.74m (14'2 x 12'3 )

Floor plan

A particularly spacious room, featuring a contemporary oak staircase rising to the first floor, with under-stair recess. Further recesses either side of the chimney breast with recently installed woodburner. Replacement uPVC double glazed window to the front enjoying superb views over Restronguet Creek and the shoreline leading to Restronguet Passage. Exposed beamed ceiling, slate-effect flooring, double radiator.


3.61m x 3.72m (11'10 x 12'2 )

Floor plan

A comfortably proportioned room, with open fireplace, slate hearth and stone surround. Replacement uPVC double glazed window providing oblique views of the creek. Exposed beamed ceiling, double radiator.


5.73m x 2.10m (18'9 x 6'10 )

Floor plan

A particularly deep modern fitted double aspect kitchen, with uPVC double glazing to the side and rear elevations. Glazed timber door accessing the sun room/store room. The kitchen itself comprises an extensive range of white-fronted cupboards and drawers at base and eye levels, with Travertine tiled splashbacks in between. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink with contemporary mixer tap. Four-ring gas hob with electric oven under, space and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, space for full height fridge/freezer. Solid wood-block worksurfaces, ceiling spotlights, tiled floor. Door to the:-


2.08m x 2.02m (6'9 x 6'7 )

A tastefully updated and highly useful room, with a low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, space and plumbing for washing machine, cupboard housing the Grant oil fired boiler. Coat hanging recess, half height Travertine tiled walls. Obscure uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. Tiled floor, ceiling spotlights.


3.70m x 1.81m (12'1 x 5'11 )

A useful room, essentially of glazed lean-to construction, providing further space for white goods and further worksurfaces. Sliding door giving access to a storage cupboard, adjacent external sliding door to the rear courtyard.



Stairs rising from the dining room and two-level landing, with further stairs in between, the lower level accessing bedrooms one and two.


3.55m x 3.94m (11'7 x 12'11 )

Floor plan

Enjoying superb views of Restronguet Creek down to Restronguet Point and Restronguet Passage and, to the left, delightful views of the water towards Penpol Creek. Two replacement uPVC double glazed windows to the front, with radiators under. Recessed hanging space either side of the chimney breast, with attractive tongue-and-groove walls. Partially exposed beams, double doors, with two steps, leading to the:-


Floor plan

Two steps leading from the master bedroom, a particularly spacious and attractively appointed en-suite, with P-shaped bath with electric Mira shower unit over and curved screen, low flush WC, wash hand basin with cupboards under. Partially tiled walls, obscure uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation. Heated towel rail. Fitted airing cupboard with slatted shelving.


3.50m x 3.63m (11'5 x 11'10 )

Once again, enjoying superb views of Restronguet Creek via a uPVC double glazed window to the front. Attractively refurbished/redecorated, with exposed timber floorboards and partially exposed beams. Radiator.


3.09m x 2.42m (10'1 x 7'11 )

Floor plan

Another well proportioned double bedroom, accessed from the upper landing which could be 'closed-off' to facilitate an en-suite. uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation, with radiator under.


2.62m x 1.42m (8'7 x 4'7 )

Floor plan

Measurements exclude the shower cubicle, with fully tiled walls and electric Mira shower unit. Wash hand basin set on a worktop with tiled splashbacks and cupboards under. uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation, with radiator under. Heated towel rail. Note: a 'door' closing-off the upper landing provides flexibility for use as a family or en-suite shower room - whichever is desired.



A beautifully level and well kept front garden, divided by a brick-paved driveway, extremely well positioned to enjoy the superb views over Restronguet Creek, as far as Restronguet Point and the marine activity in between. Mainly laid to lawn with mature side hedge boundaries, a low block wall to the front, with flowering shrubs and an extremely well enclosed rear wall and bank, providing much privacy. Brick-paved pathways lead to the front entrance and provide a sunny sitting-out area.


An attractively laid brick driveway provides off-road parking for two vehicles and the potential to build a garage to the side of the cottage, subject to all necessary consents.


An extremely secure, private and well enclosed rear/side courtyard, with external pedestrian gate to one side of the cottage and internal access through the sun room/store room. A raised brick patio with high walled borders for privacy leads to a:-


Of solid construction, with a pitched slate roof, providing highly useful storage for wood, sports/boat equipment, or garden tools, etc.



Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Private drainage. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Oil fired central heating.


Band F - Cornwall Council.




Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.


By telephone appointment with the vendor's Sole Agents - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.

For identification purposes only - not to scale.

Floor plan

These particulars have been prepared as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Although every effort has been made to provide a fair and reasonable description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out in relation to the building, services, appliances and any fixtures and fittings. All measurements, dimensions, acreages and distances are approximate and should not be relied upon for accuracy. All buyers should rely on their own surveys and investigations in connection with a purchase of the property.