Stunning home that was once a ferry terminal on sale for £750,000
Stunning three-bedroom waterfront home that was once a ferry terminal connecting Cornwall to Devon goes on the market for £750,000
- The Boathouse sits directly on the banks of the River Tamar at Saltash, Cornwall
- It was originally converted into a home in 1995 but is now back on the market
An amazing property on the waterfront that was once a ferry terminal has been put up on sale for £750,000.
The aptly named Boathouse sits directly on the banks of the River Tamar at Saltash, Cornwall, with steps leading directly to the water.
It used to be the collection point for the Saltash Ferry between Cornwall and Devon.
But when the Tamer Bridge was built in 1961 the crossing was put out of use, however, the ferry crossing farther south at Torpoint still runs today.
The original boathouse at Saltash was converted into a home in 1995.
The aptly-named Boathouse sits directly on the banks of the River Tamar in Cornwall
There are steps leading down to the water as it used to be a ferry collection point for crossing the river
Inside you will find a stunning a luxurious space after the property was converted into a house in 1995. Pictured, the lounge with the sun room seen in the background
It is back on the market for £750,000. However, it cannot be used as a holiday home. Pictured, a stunning modern bathroom
But the three-bedroom property is now on the market with estate agents Knight Frank.
It is being sold furnished with all fixtures and fittings, but the property cannot be used for holiday letting.
The detached house has 1,421 sq ft of accommodation with a kitchen, dining room, sitting room and sunroom on the ground floor and three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor.
The sunroom has stunning panoramic views looking out across the river and the level walled garden also has stunning views.
Pictured, the sun room with stunning panoramic views of the Cornish landscap and river
The three-bedroom property in the coastal village of Cargreen is now on the market with Knight Frank, pictured, another view of the lounge
The detached house has 1,421 sq ft of accommodation with a kitchen (pictured), dining room, sitting room and sunroom on the ground floor and three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor
A neighbouring terrace of four houses was also completed as part of the conversion and the five properties share the freehold. There is an annual service charge of £1,800 for the property.
There is a large communal garage which provides allocated parking for the five houses.
Also, there’s a shared slipway and a davit for raising a boat.
The picturesque village of Cargreen is in a conservation area and the Tamar Valley area of outstanding natural beauty.
The picturesque village of Cargreen is in a conservation area and the Tamar Valley area of outstanding natural beauty
It is being sold furnished with all fixtures and fittings. Pictured, one of the bedrooms in the stunning property
Sarah-Jane Bingham-Chick, from Knight Frank, said: ‘The Boathouse is a very special property. What’s really lovely about this is there are very few waterfront properties where you have got your own direct access to the water under £1m.
‘You always pay a premium for the water, but this is smaller and reasonably priced compared to other waterfront homes in Cornwall.
‘You have your own steps to the water and you can tie up a boat up and there’s also a shared slipway.
‘This was very much a working quay in the old days and this was the ferry crossing point. The whole of the quay was converted, there are five properties in total and they all have a share of the freehold but this one is the only detached property.
‘It’s nice that they retain the heritage of the area, it’s really fabulous.
‘The current owners have had it a long time and used it as a second home. You can’t let it out for holidays but it would make a fabulous main or second home.
‘It is surrounded by countryside, it is so beautiful.’
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