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Kinsha stands in a magnificent, elevated position commanding a 180 degree captivating southerly view up and down Restronguet Creek, This beautifully presented detached bungalow sits centrally within a generous plot and it is considered that further scope exists to exploit the substantial roof space and perhaps create further accommodation (subject to obtaining all necessary consents).
The property is accessed through double wooden gates onto the sweeping driveway that allows parking for at least 10 cars and leads to the garage/workshop at the rear. An extensive sun deck has been created across the front of the property to further capitalise on the vistas with a large lawn below this, surrounded by mature shrubs, trees and flower beds. A further chipped area to the side of the property offers potential for an extension or large conservatory subject to necessary consents. Standing approximately 100 metres from Point Quay with slipway facilities it is likely to be of immense interest to keen sailors, with moorings available in front of the property it is the perfect spot to keep a sailing yacht or motor boat.
A delightful light filled open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room has a window and French doors to the side with 8ft doors opening onto the sun deck at the front enjoying undoubtedly the finest views that the property has to offer. The internal hallway leads to the spacious family bathroom with its freestanding roll top bath and the three double bedrooms. The master bedroom has a window to the side and 8ft doors to the sun deck both offering water views and an en-suite shower room.
Kinsha is situated in an elevated position commanding magnificent panoramic views over the creek and beyond. Being close to the waters at Restronguet Creek offers a fantastic relaxed lifestyle, whilst also having the convenience of the City of Truro within a 10 minute drive.
On the shores of Penpol Creek in an Area of Outstanding Beauty lies the waterside hamlet of Point. Many think that this part of Cornwall is the most beautiful, the combination of trees and water showing off nature at its very best. The hamlet lies on Restronguet Creek which is a delightful unspoilt tidal estuary leading into the fine day sailing waters of The Carrick Roads. Within a couple of hundred yards of the picturesque Point Green and its slipway,
Surrounding the village is rolling countryside abounding with scenic walks whilst The National Trust Gardens at Trelissick are within a short distance as is the King Harry Ferry, which offers a short cut to the beaches and coastline of the Roseland Peninsula.
The nearby village of Devoran offers a range of local amenities including a doctors' surgery, primary school, church, chapel and The Old Quay Inn.
The cathedral city of Truro now forms the administrative and cultural centre of Cornwall and boasts some of the county's leading educational facilities as well as the main line rail station with regular connections to London Paddington. Approximately eight miles distant is the historic port of Falmouth with well-regarded maritime facilities. Connecting the two is the River Fal which offers excellent sailing in the main river or numerous small creeks to explore. Penpol boatyard is around 400 metres distant and Mylor Yacht Harbour approximately eight miles away by road.
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Electric heating. Superfast Broadband (FTTC) is available for this postcode. The property is banded F for council tax purposes.
From Truro take the A39 south towards Falmouth. Take the first exit at the Carnon Downs roundabout onto Gig Lane as signposted for Point and Come to Good. Proceed along this road without deviation until crossing a small bridge at its end. Turn right and follow the road along the Creekside. After passing the quay, the property will be found a short distance further along on the right hand side.