|A period character terraced granite cottage with many original features set in the heart of this peaceful creekside village. 20 New Row is a beautifully furnished and well equipped cottage of considerable charm and character set in an historic row of cottages in the heart of this peaceful village of Mylor Bridge, an ideal base from which to explore this area of outstanding natural beauty.
The sitting room is tastefully furnished and includes a comfortable three seater sofa and matching armchair, shelved alcoves with books/DVDs, TV and open fireplace, adjoining the sitting room is the dining room with farmhouse table and four chairs opening into kitchen with electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine. There is a ground floor bathroom with modern white suite of bath with overhead shower hand basin toilet and towel rail. Centrally heated throughout. The first floor has two double bedrooms both light and sunny each furnished with comfortable and attractive new queen size double beds and duvets with fitted hanging space.
The rear door from the sitting room leads to a south facing flat patio overlooking a well stocked garden with far reaching views to the countryside beyond. There is one parking space on the property at the end of the garden and adjoining parking in the rear lane accessed from the village car park.
Mylor Bridge is a sought-after and picturesque village at the head of Mylor Creek that runs up from the Carrick Roads, the World’s third largest deep water harbour. Boats and sailing, wooded creeks, softly gliding water, riverside pubs and fabulous gardens epitomise the area. This friendly village has a superb selection of local shops, fresh fish, a post office, a good pub and several award winning restaurants within easy reach. The nearby harbour town of Falmouth with its Maritime Museum and its castle, beaches and marina makes a great day out while the Cathedral city of Truro famous for its cobbled streets, theatre, museums and vibrant shopping centre should not be missed.
Take the car, or a boat from Falmouth, for a trip up the stunningly beautiful Helford River and while there, call in at Glendurgan and Trebah Gardens for the horticultural treat of the year. The area is perfectly placed too for exploring the rugged cliffs, sandy coves and fishing villages of the Lizard Peninsula, also The Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan are both within an hour’s drive.