Penpol Boatyard in Cornwall comes to market for offers over £2 million

International real estate advisor Savills, on behalf of a private client, has brought to market Penpol Boatyard which comes with a four bedroom owner’s accommodation in Feock, Cornwall, for offers in excess of £2 million.

The boatyard can accommodate 60 vessels with an additional six deep water moorings. There is a boat workshop extending 7,232 sq ft and an office with water view. The equipment provided in the sale includes Kato 22 tonne crane, Dory workboat 75hp Tahatsu, slipway winch and assortment of cradles. There is also a fully fitted wood working machine shop.

The owner’s accommodation has been beautifully renovated by the current owners and offers light and spacious accommodation over two floors. Downstairs there is open plan living space incorporating the kitchen. There is also a separate study, utility and bathroom on the ground floors. On the first floor, there are four spacious bedrooms, a family bathroom and space to create an en suite to the master bedroom. The gardens lie to the front of the house and there is a garage/workshop and parking immediately outside the house.

Penpol Boatyard is situated in a prime location, on the edge of Penpol Creek, off Restronguet Creek, on the Fal Estuary in southern Cornwall. Truro is within about five miles of the property and offers an excellent shopping and scholastic facilities, a range of restaurants and bars, together with a main line rail link to London Paddington. Mylor Harbour and Falmouth are excellent destinations for boat enthusiasts, with fabulous sailing facilities and Falmouth’s natural harbour.

Chris Sweeney, Director in the Leisure and Trade team at Savills Exeter, says: “This is a fabulous opportunity to acquire a boatyard with owner’s accommodation, situated on the banks of Penpol Creek on the Fal Estuary. We expect significant demand from the lifestyle buyer market for this well established and profitable business located in Cornwall.”

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