Feock, Truro

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Situated in the 'heart' of Feock Churchtown, perched 'above' Loe Beach, just a few moments' walk away, a detached, individual, 2-storey home providing light, well proportioned, attractively presented and versatile 3 bedroom and 2 bath/shower room accommodation, remodelled to provide all main rooms, together with the broad rear gardens, with beautiful, slightly elevated, panoramic views over the outskirts of the village to the sailing waters of the Carrick Roads and The Roseland Peninsula beyond.


Constructed, we understand, in the late 1970's, 'Morningside' occupies an exceptional setting in the 'heart' of this sought-after waterside community, just four miles south of the cathedral city of Truro, whose retail, commercial, leisure, administrative, health and educational facilities are just an approximate ten minute' drive away.

Remodelled and refurbished over recent years, the property is ideal for family and retirement purchasers alike, whether for permanent or second home occupancy, with the attractively landscaped and well stocked gardens mainly paved for ease of maintenance and to provide, together with the accommodation, beautiful views over the immediately adjacent farmland and village outskirts to the sailing waters of the Carrick Roads and unspoilt shoreline of The Roseland Peninsula beyond.

Features include replacement uPVC double glazing throughout, oil fired central heating supplemented with solar panelling, oak flooring to some reception areas, extensive internal downlighting, brushed steel electrical fittings, mellow stone fireplace with gas fire, white sanitary ware and fitted kitchen with full range of appliances.

A ground floor bedroom with adjacent shower room is ideal for a dependant relative, visiting friends or eventual ground floor living etc; the main bedroom has a balcony from which to enjoy the view, additional parking is provided to the detached double garage, and two useful block-built stores are ideal for those wanting to 'work from home', subject to little further adaptation.

For sale with the benefit of vacant possession with no onward chain.


(all dimensions being approximate)


A broad, welcoming, central reception area with double hardwood entrance doors with leaded and stained glazing and matching side panels. Oak flooring, cloaks cupboard with central heating thermostat, solar panel controls, electrical trip switching and hanging rail etc. Radiator, oak skirtings, architraves and doors to all ground floor areas.


Fully ceramic tiled walls, low flush WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin with mixer tap set in fitted vanity unit.


4.84m x 6.87m (15'10 x 22'6 )

A beautiful room - well proportioned, light and triple aspect with a magnificent 11'9 (3.60m) wide picture window providing a stunning outlook over the gardens, adjacent farmland and nearby countryside to the Carrick Roads and Roseland Peninsula. Mellow stone fireplace with inset Barbas Calor gas fired fire, casement doors onto the gardens with further views of the estuary. Two radiators, telephone and TV aerial sockets, broad archway to the:-


2.98m x 4.01m (9'9 x 13'1 )

An adaptable area, also suitable as a separate dining room if preferred, with further almost full height picture window affording beautiful, panoramic, countryside and water views. Under-stair storage cupboard, radiator.


8.45m x 4.01m (27'8 x 13'1 )

Maximum measurements of a further light and spacious L-shaped room with broad window and sliding patio doors, also with fabulous countryside and water views. Radiator, TV and telephone sockets.


Fitted with a comprehensive range of Shaker-style units with polished black granite worksurfaces between with inset stainless steel Blanco sink unit with mixer tap and waste disposal unit. Four-ring CDA ceramic hob with illuminated filter canopy over, split level Diplomat oven/grill. Integrated fridge and freezer cabinets, glass-fronted display units, integrated washing machine and dishwasher.


Oak door from the reception hall providing access to the ground floor bedroom and shower room, ideal for ground floor living, a dependant relative or visiting friends etc.


3.74m x 4.04m (12'3 x 13'3 )

Double aspect including double casement doors overlooking and opening onto the side gardens. Radiator, TV aerial socket, fitted full height wardrobes.


Fully ceramic tiled walls and flooring, comprising a white three-piece Laufen suite with wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap, low flush WC with concealed cistern, and walk-in shower cubicle with glazed curved screen and Mira shower. Towel rail/radiator.



Velux and dormer windows provide magnificent views. Radiator, broad staircase rising from the reception hall, eaves storage areas, pine panelled doors to the upstairs rooms.


4.82m x 3.62m (15'9 x 11'10 )

Part canopied ceiling with eaves storage areas, radiator, TV aerial socket, telephone point, sliding patio door opening onto the balcony with views over Loe Beach and the Carrick Roads.


3.14m x 2.13m (10'3 x 6'11 )

Measurements exclude extensive fitted cupboards, including airing cupboard with foam lagged copper cylinder with immersion heater and linen shelving. Two Velux roof lights, radiator, eaves storage.


Fully ceramic tiled walls and flooring and comprising a four-piece suite with panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and separate shower cubicle with Mira shower. Two towel rails/radiators, shaver socket.


3.20m x 4.27m (10'5 x 14'0 )

Second measurement into a broad dormer window, again enjoying the panoramic countryside and water views. Part canopied ceiling, two TV aerial sockets, radiator.


'Morningside' is accessed from the centre of the village via two substantial gateposts which lead onto a tarmacadam driveway, leading to just two other properties, over which we understand 'Morningside' enjoys an unrestricted right of access.


Situated to the southern side of the house providing ease of access to the front door and through a pedestrian gate to the gardens.


4.70m x 5.95m (15'5 x 19'6 )

Of timber construction under a pitched roof, with electronic roller door, light and power connected, window and courtesy door to the gardens.

Across the front of the property there is a slate wall and granite pathway with broad steps leading to the entrance door with courtesy lighting. The pathway continues to the side of the house, to the:-


Attractively landscaped, paved for ease of maintenance, with raised shrub borders containing a variety of mature plants, including ferns, rhododendrons, camellias, pittosporum, buddleia and fruit trees etc. Oil fired boiler and concealed oil storage tank.


Store - 9'8 x 7'9 (2.97m x 2.37m) and workshop - 16'8 x 7'4 (5.09m x 2.26m) of block construction with external timber cladding, courtesy lighting, light and power and the workshop lined with plaster boarding.


Extending the full breadth of the rear of the property is a superb, mainly paved and almost completely level terrace with outside courtesy lighting, cold water tap, power points and doors to the accommodation. Numerous sitting-out areas are provided, bordered by brick-edged, gravelled shrub beds with many interesting plants, including hydrangeas, rhododendrons, palms, heathers, flowering cherry and pittosporum etc. To the southern side, steps and a gateway lead to the parking area and garaging, to the rear of which a curved paved pathway culminates on a circular patio which has an attractive view back towards the house, as well as over the immediately adjacent farmland, Loe Beach 'below', the outskirts of Pill Creek and the breadth of the Carrick Roads from the mouth of St Just to Mylor and Falmouth Bay beyond.



Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Telephone points (subject to supplier's regulations). Oil fired central heating and hot water supplemented by solar panelling.


Band G - Cornwall Council.




Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase - no onward chain.


By telephone appointment with the vendor's Sole Agent - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: 01326 318813.


From Truro, proceed along the A39 to Falmouth and at Playing Place, turn left immediately after the garage, signposted to Feock, Trelissick Gardens and the King Harry Ferry. Proceed along this road for approximately two miles, passing the turning to Trelissick and the King Harry Ferry, following the signs to Feock, Restronguet Point and Loe Beach. At the entrance to Restronguet Point, turn left towards Loe Beach and St Feock Church. Approximately 300m after the turning to Loe Beach on the right-hand side, the entrance to 'Morningside' will be found on the right, just before the church.

01326 318813

Laskowski & Co - Falmouth

28 High Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 2AD

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