PUBLISHED: 14:49 27 December 2016 | UPDATED: 12:29 30 August 2017



Bee Cottage, Terras Hill Lostwithiel

Guide price £645,000

Dating back to the late 1870s, this immaculate and spacious four bedroom restored Victorian residence, one of the most important homes in Lostwithiel, set with privacy in gardens of more than half an acre. The cottage boasts incredible views over the town and Fowey River valley visible from most of the house.

The historic old town of Lostwithiel is renowned for its range of antique and curio shops, good restaurants and public houses and an excellent range of local shopping. The town is located on the lowest bridging point of the River Fowey with its historic Norman bridge and just across the bridge will be found the main line railway station linking Paddington to Penzance with regular stops for the commuter. Close at hand are beautiful country walks including Restormel Road then leading to Restormel Castle, one of the finest remaining in the south west and maintained by English Heritage.

With its delightful location Bee Cottage features prominently on the western hillside of Lostwithiel. Being an impressive Victorian residence, the name cottage does not fit with the style but has high ceilings with a substantial number with period mouldings, a large and gracious hall with a beautifully maintained tessellated floor and a large galleried landing above. Perhaps, though not verified, the property stands on the site of an original cottage that formed part of Bee Park, a block of about three acres sold and recorded in a document dated 1799. 


Set in landscaped and private gardens of over half an acre

With drawing room, sitting room and dining room

Four bedrooms, two bathroom/shower rooms and cloakroom/wc

Beautiful contemporary kitchen/breakfast room and utility room

Spacious cellar accessed internally

Impressive large hall and landings

Modern double garage but styled in keeping and large high car port

Great privacy yet a short walk to the heart of the town.

, 01208 73298. 

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