The property is stunning (Picture: BNPS)An idyllic home that sits on the bank of a tranquil creek is on the market for £1.6million.
Quay House has stunning waterfront views and direct access to Pill Creek in Cornwall’s Fal estuary.
The secluded four-bed house comes with more than 100ft of direct water frontage and its own quay and moorings, which are accessed by a set of stone steps.
It has come on the market with Cornish estate agents Lillicrap Chilcott who have described the property as ‘a hidden gem’.
The building itself has recently been ‘remodelled’ by its owners and is now perfectly set up to enjoy the stunning views.
There is a reception hall and a bespoke kitchen on the ground floor, along with a large conservatory and dining room and a cosy living room with a log burning fire.
The living room is has a log burning fire (Picture: BNPS)
Perfect for entertaining guests (Picture: BNPS)Also downstairs is a library, a utility room and a study which can also be used as a double bedroom.
On the first floor are three further bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities and an additional dressing room.
Outside, the plot covers approximately one third of the way across the creek and swinging moorings.
There is parking for three cars in a long timber garage, as well as a stone barn which features a workshop, wood store and potting shed.
The estate agent said it had already seen interest in the property and is not expecting to struggle when it comes to finding a buyer.
‘Overlooking and with direct waterfrontage to Pill Creek this beautiful four bedroomed period house is offered in superb order throughout,’ said Guy Morse from Lillicrap Chilcott.
‘It was recently sensitively internally remodelled and extended by our experienced clients.
‘With landscaped gardens, parking and a stone barn, this is one of the most desirable homes around the sailing waters of the Carrick Roads.
‘It is a real hidden gem.’
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