Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 4
A beautiful link-deatched three storey townhouse, with off street parking, located within a tranquil and highly sought-after part of the old town, at the easterly end of Fentonluna Lane, immediately adjacent to and overlooking the magnificent Prideaux Place Deer Park and just 500 metres walk from Padstow Harbour.
This prominent double fronted period house is a feature of Fentonluna Lane, with its white painted exterior and classic large sash windows combining to create great curb appeal to the building and also making it one of the most attractive and memorable properties within this beautiful part of the old town.
The house enjoys many delightful period character features throughout, with the current owners having carried out an extensive programme of improvements and renovations during their ownership which has emphasised these, whilst also adding adding to its appeal through the introduction of some tasteful modern touches that have improved its design and the creature comforts of the property.
When our clients aren’t using the property themselves, it is let as an exclusive and successful holiday let, comfortably sleeping parties of 8 people. The property also enjoys the very rare benefit of a large off- street parking space, located at its western end. From a bedroom on the second floor some views of the Camel Estuary can be enjoyed, looking over the top of the harbour towards Rock in the distance.
Padstow is one of the most sought after coastal town locations in the whole of the south-west of England. Renowned for its picturesque harbour and its position overlooking the magnificent Camel Estuary, the town has become a destination of choice for foodies. Its most well known restauranteurs are Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth with the renowned Rick Stein Seafood Restaurant located on the harbour and Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin starred restaurant No 6, positioned nearby in Middle Street, just below Fentonluna Lane. Nathan Outlaw is just across the estuary at Port Isaac and there are also many more exceptional local restaurants, pubs and boutique shops set amongst Padstow’s many picture perfect streets.
Just outside Padstow is the award winning vineyard at Trevibban Mill and the long established Camel Valley Vineyard is just a little further upstream, overlooking the Camel River at Nanstallon. The attractive neighbouring town of Wadebridge is just 8 miles away and offers a wider range of excellent shopping facilities and services. The exceptionally popular Camel Trail foot and cycle path runs alongside the beautiful Camel Estuary and also leads to Wadebridge.
To the south of Padstow is a magnificent stretch of coastline known locally as the Seven Bays, named after its 7 beautiful beaches and bays that offer a different beach for each day of the week. The area is quite simply one of the most beautiful parts of Cornwall, loved by so many for its exceptional lifestyle opportunities and its mile upon mile of dramatic and rugged coastline. For the keen golfer there is the championship course at Trevose / Constantine Bay and across the estuary at Rock is St Enodoc, voted in the top 100 courses in the UK.
• Padstow Harbour: 0.2 Miles (Walk to Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant)
• Harlyn Bay: 3.8 Miles
• Constantine Bay & Trevose Golf Club: 3.8 Miles
• Treyarnon Bay: 4.6 Miles
• Rock: 1.5 Miles (via Foot Ferry)
• Wadebridge: 8 miles
• Newquay Airport: 13 Miles
• Truro 25 miles
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