The Haven Penpol Offers around £1.2 million

PUBLISHED: 21:08 13 June 2013 | UPDATED: 14:52 03 July 2013

The Haven. Point

The Haven. Point


A spectacularly located, very broad detached and completely renovated large 4 bedroomed cottage with over 200ft of direct waterfrontage to Restronguet Creek with its own quay and moorings by convention, enjoying idyllic south westerly views over the waters to countryside beyond.

The Haven. PointThe Haven. Point

This is a highly desirable main or second home in a prestigious waterside community, with landscaped creek facing terraces and gardens, including a large detached studio, garage and parking, with excellent access to the Fal Estuary sailing waters and just three miles from Truro.

From the front terrace there are various entrances and double doors that open into the house, one of which is initially approached under a porch with an arched entrance, pitched roof and leaded windows to either side.

Entrance porch

Reception hall


Large living/dining room

Open-plan kitchen


Downstairs clockroom

Master bedroom with en-suite

Three further bedrooms

Shower room


200ft of walled direct waterfrontage with quay, outhaul and half tide mooring by convention

Landscaped terraces

Studio with wet room/WC

Garage and parking

The reception hall features double glazed sash window with a slate sill facing the views, double glazed door looking through the porch to the views, white painted boarded ceiling with oak beams, spotlights, broad stone fire breast with an ornate woodburning stove, beautiful slate flagged floor, radiator, boarded staircase rising to the first floor with cupboards below, alarm system control panel. Panelled doors to the living/dining room and:-

The living / diming space looks on to the creek and features two sets of double glazed double doors opening onto the creek-facing terrace.

The Kitchen / dining conservatory is dominated by the outstanding outlook from the protruding conservatory section of the room that allows views up the creek to countryside, across to woodland and farmland and down the creek to moored boats, all dotted with a plethora of wildlife and boating activity.

Outside a timber and stone outbuilding believed to be a resurrected part of the old tram railway, has been used as a studio and features a potbellied stove sat on a slate hearth and has been partially subdivided to create a wet area ideal for after a day on the water, with a wc, wash basin and provision for a shower in a spacious tiled area.

Lillicrap Chilcott

Landrian House

59-60 Lemon Street

Truro TR1 2PE

01872 273473

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