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Built in the mid-19th century to serve the railway linking Fowey with Lostwithiel, Station Masters House was designed in the Gothic Revival style using Plymouth Limestone with banded string courses and rusticated quoins. Inspired by the character and charm of the building, the new apartments are designed around light and space, whilst incorporating details of the original architecture.
Apartment 13 is situated on the third floor of the newly constructed River View building. The apartment is light and airy with good ceiling heights. It benefits from a large open plan reception room with views over the River Fowey toward Boddinick. There are 2 double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes and two bathrooms, one ensuite. It has a fully fitted contemporary kitchen with breakfast bar, and a utility cupboard. Externally there is a large storage shed, communal gardens and parking for 2 cars.
This penthouse benefits from a large terrace and generous areas of glazing to welcome in the morning sun and provide views over the river.
Perfectly placed for access to St Austell Bay, Foweys two sailing clubs will see you developing your sea legs in no time. The river Fowey is also great to explore by canoe or kayak. Or if you prefer to be more competitive with your water sports, there are plenty of rowing clubs.
The town itself is full of restaurants, bars and traditional pubs many with terraces overlooking the estuary. With tiny streets and old fishermans cottage it exudes charm and is the perfect getaway any time of year. Well known as a holiday destination the surrounding waters offer some of the best sailing in the UK.
Situated on the northern edge of Fowey, Old Station Masters House is perfectly placed to easily reach the water and all the towns eclectic array of shops, restaurants and pubs.
A hidden gem thanks to the 15 minute walk it takes to reach it, Lantic Bays white sand and turquoise sea are worth the effort. Whilst Whitehouse Beach is perfect for families, with its large sea water paddling pool, this is the closest beach to the centre of Fowey. There are many other hidden coves that can be accessed by the South West coast Path or by boat/kayak
From the A390 follow directions to Fowey along the B3269. As you enter Fowey and before the turning to the Boddinick Ferry you will find Old Station Masters House on your left.
Leasehold 999 years
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