A beautifully located family home in a generous plot with some views over the creek. EPC Band E.
St Germans is one of the most desirable villages in Cornwall, perched on the banks of the River Lynher, close to the Devon/Cornwall border and spreading across the neck of the Rame Peninsula between the sea and the Lynher River. The Lynher River is so special it is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest that flows through the rolling countryside and enters the River Tamar, which in turns flows into the Plymouth Sound. The house is in a readily accessible position and located on the periphery of the Cornish village of St Germans. This incredible coastal position is a haven of privacy and tranquillity.
Tucked away in a prime position on a small development, originally constructed in the 1970s and close to the Quay and yacht club, which is perfect for recreational purposes.
The adorable village of St Germans is a short stroll away with abundant facilities which include a mainline railway station (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours), village shop, primary school, doctors' surgery, church, pub and a sailing club. St Germans is also home to the beautiful Port Eliot Estate with its fascinating park, gardens and house, now open to the public. A wide range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities are available at Saltash including Waitrose and the internationally renowned St Melllion Golf course. Description
Enjoying views over this tributary of the Tamar which winds its way deep into Cornwall flanked by some of the most wonderful woodland and scenery in the country, it is real "Swallows and Amazons" territory and is simply perfect for messing about in boats. Nestling neatly in large grounds extending to 0.189 of an acre with an open vista, with gardens to the front and rear.
On the market for the first time in over forty years, the accommodation is well presented but would benefit from cosmetic improvement throughout.Accommodation
The property is perfectly suited for those looking for a good size family home that has the benefit of being easily commutable to Plymouth either via the A38 or the mainline railway station a short stroll from the property or indeed the Torpoint ferry whilst offering the tranquillity of rural village life.
This detached and well-proportioned house has generous accommodation arranged over two floors. Three of the four bedrooms are doubles and the property further benefits from two reception rooms, two bathrooms.Gardens and grounds
To the front of the property there is parking for approximately four motor vehicles, in addition to the garage with electric remote controlled garage door, and covered carport. Protected by established hedges, with a lawned area.
To the rear, there are views over to the estuary and surrounding countryside. To the rear of the property there is a lawned area with a shed, vegetable garden and the oil tank. There is a terrace area perfect for alfresco dinning.Directional notice
Crossing the Tamar Bridge in a westerly direction along the A38, passing through the villages of Landrake and Tideford. Immediately after the village of Tideford turn left as signed for St Germans on the B3249. Enter the village and under the railway bridge turn left onto the aptly named Quay Road, then turn right, onto Eliot Drive.Services
Mains water and drainage, oil heatingCouncil Tax Band
Council Tax Band EViewings
Strictly by appointment through Stags Plymouth Office: 01752 223933.