Acorn Blue’s development of new homes in Fowey has been named as a winner of a UK Property Award in the Residential Category for Cornwall.
Old Station Master’s House, a collection of individually-designed apartments and duplexes on Fowey’s waterfront.
The UK Property Awards are judged on design, quality, service, innovation, originality and commitment by a panel of 70 experts and are one of the largest and most prized property awards in the country.
Situated less than 100 metres from the water’s edge, Old Station Master’s House involves the restoration of a beautiful historic building and comprises six one, two and three-bedroom apartments and duplex maisonettes alongside seven new build two-bedroom apartments with river views.
Stuart Brereton, Regional Managing Director of Acorn’s Cornwall regional office, said: “We are thrilled that Old Station Master’s House has achieved national recognition. Our projects are carefully designed and this one is no exception with its open-plan living and private terraces or balconies from which to enjoy the setting sun.”
Whilst the majority of the homes have already been sold, two properties are still available at Old Station Master’s House, a two-bedroom duplex maisonette and a two-bedroom third-floor apartment are on the market at £495,000 and £345,000 respectively with one more property to be released onto the market.
The award will be presented at a ceremony in London on October 27, when Old Station Master’s House will compete with the best residential developments from other counties for the UK’s residential development of the year award.