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Perran Foundry - Cornwall Living
St Ives
St Austell
Perran Foundry
An exciting development of lofts,
apartments and houses
Former mill
First phase of
seven houses
2-4 bedrooms
Show home
available to view
summer 2013
erran Foundry was one of
the cradles of the industrial
revolution. For nearly 100 years,
before it became history itself,
the Foundry was mothering invention.
Established in 1791 by the Fox family of
Falmouth, they founded the country’s
first Polytechnic Society, in part to
promote the ideas and inventions of the
Foundry workers. A slump in the fortunes
of the local mining industry, saw the
Foundry closed in 1879. Over the years
the site quietly decayed into romantic
ruin, settling into its wooded landscape.
But now, following years of false starts
and failed plans, it is being revived by
sensitive renovation and regeneration,
acknowledging its immense value.
Set within this historic Cornish
landmark, the Perran Foundry
development offers a unique blend of
open-plan loft apartments, riverside
houses and live/work units, along with a
pretty hamlet of cottages, each of which
will have its own distinct style to fall in
love with. All are set within beautifully
landscaped grounds adjacent to the river
Fal in the village of Perranaworthal. The
original character and spirit of these
beautiful grade II listed foundry buildings
is being retained to create a unique
modern day living environment – an
inspiring place to both live and work.
One of the most talked about
developments in Cornwall, Perran
Foundry is steeped in history and a central
part of Cornwall’s industrial heritage.
Situated in an area of outstanding
natural beauty, often described by local
agents ‘as the golden triangle’ due to its
proximity to Falmouth, Truro and Mylor
Harbour, its affluent local community has
no doubt been attracted by the treasures
this area of Cornwall has to offer.
Truro, the cultural and commercial
centre of Cornwall, is just under seven
miles away while Falmouth, home to the
region’s University and boasting one of the
world’s largest natural harbours, as well
as numerous beautiful beaches is about a
ten minute drive from here. Mylor Yacht
Harbor, probably one of the finest sailing
centres in the country, is close by with the
award-winning Pandora Inn just waiting
to be enjoyed with its wonderful food and
water views. This is a unique opportunity
to purchase your own little piece of
history in a fantastic location.
Perran Foundry
The converted mill will
create a unique place
to live
A mixture of open plan loft
apartments and 2-4
bedroom homes will be
PRICES FROM: £315,000
73 Lemon Street, Truro TR1 2PN
01872 243200
[email protected]
St Ives
St Austell
The Sands, Polzeath
Contemporary coastal living above the Camel Estuary
0.3 of a mile from
the beach
High Specification
Detached houses
Off street parking
for two cars with
blocked paved
Graded and turfed
rear garden
Decked terrace
Ready from
December 2013
ituated above the white sandy
beaches of the Camel Estuary in
one of the most coveted locations
in north Cornwall lies The Sands;
an exclusive collection of six detached
four bedroom houses located between
the villages of Polzeath and Trebetherick.
Aptly named with the plethora of beaches
in the vicinity, the houses at The Sands
are within walking distance of the
popular Polzeath beach, ideal for the avid
surfer with its Atlantic rollers and nearby
Daymer Bay which is great for young
families with the wide expanse of sand
and its calm waters ideal for swimming
and windsurfing. For those seeking a
quieter haven, Greenaway in Trebetherick
is a little known cove of sand and rocks.
The South West Coast Path connects all
the beaches and is great for exploring
and finding your own sandy retreat both
north and south of Polzeath.
The nearby Cowshed Spa in
Trebetherick is a great place to relax
and treat yourself after an action packed
day on the water. The village of Rock is a
short drive away and offers sailing and
other watersports on the Camel along
with Nathan Outlaw’s two Michelin
starred restaurant at the St Enodoc Hotel.
Taking the passenger ferry from Rock
across to Padstow is a great day trip, and
The Sands will offer
contemporary seaside
living at its best
The Atlantic rollers are
just a short walk away
a wonderful way to sample the delights
the town has to offer from Rick Stein’s
restaurants, cycling the Camel Trial or
visiting the lobster hatchery.
Ideal as a family home, second home or
investment, the houses at The Sands are
contemporary in design with spacious,
light and airy interiors. The houses have
varying layouts and all have large flexible
living areas which extend out on to a
decked terrace and landscaped garden.
A coastal lifestyle comes
as standard with The
Interiors will be flexible,
spacious and modern
Cornwall’s coves and
harbours are on the
Plots 5 and 6 have the added luxury of
beautiful bi-fold glass doors and large
skylights which really enhance the
concept of bringing the outside in, whilst
also providing a great space in which to
entertain. The kitchens are stylish with
Leicht units, under-lighting, reconstituted
stone work surfaces & up stands and
a range of Siemens appliances. The
bathrooms are chic with white sanitary
ware by Villeroy and Boch, Vado wall
mounted taps, thermostatic showers and
porcelain tiling.
Plots 1 and 2 both have separate family
rooms, a lovely informal space for
children or a great room to just relax
in whilst plots 3 and 4 have separate
dining rooms; yet again a bonus for
entertaining. Synonymous with Acorn
Blue the attention to detail and finishing
is impeccable. The contemporary log
burners in the living rooms and the under
floor heating throughout the ground
floor ensure a warm and welcoming
atmosphere. Intended for today’s
discerning buyer the houses are not only
fitted with the latest mod-cons but also
with high performance window systems
and air source heat pumps to ensure
environmental efficiency.
The Sands
PRICE GUIDE: From £610,000
register your interest now
Acorn Blue, Marketing
Suite, Headland Road,
Newquay TR7 1FN.
01637 876 000
[email protected]
Open 7 days a week 10am
to 5pm
St Ives
St Austell
Tregunnel Hill
A new property development from the
Duchy of Cornwall
2-4 bedrooms
Parking space
ornwall is home to many old
traditional buildings, built
from the very foundations of
this coastal county, its hardy
granite. These classic buildings, steeped
in character are often idyllic, but not
always convenient. All too often you may
have to sacrifice the beauty of Cornish
architectural heritage for modern day
comforts and necessities. Then there
are the many new buildings that lack
character but are perfectly comfortable.
With C G Fry & Son’s new development at
Tregunnel Hill on the edge of Newquay,
you can finally have the best of both
worlds. Here, traditional design meets
modern thinking with 21st century
standards of energy efficient, comfortable
and secure homes.
Today, trade is dominated by the quest
for cheap, regardless of the miles it
has to travel to get here. Despite this
competition from imported goods, The
Duchy recognise the greater value in
making use of local trades and skills. In
the first few months of its construction
Tregunnel Hill had invested more than
£4million in local supplies and materials.
The use of local slate keeps the Cornish
architectural character and ensures that
the homes fit beautifully in with the
aesthetic of Cornwall. The commitment
shown with this project to using Cornish
materials and skilled trades is a boost to
many businesses across Cornwall. Locally
sourced materials are used wherever
possible, minimising carbon emissions,
creating socially inclusive places, and
diversifying and strengthening the local
economy. This new development may
well herald the way for a return to using
traditional materials in building and
re-establish regional building identities.
Tregunnell Hill boasts 174 high quality
homes including 48 affordable homes,
and employment space for around 30
jobs on Duchy-owned land. This is the
first development in Cornwall for C G Fry
& Sons, who themselves are branching
out to become a regional business.
With such fantastic eco and ethical
credentials, as well as being a marriage
of traditional workmanship and the latest
building techniques, Tregunnel Hill is an
exceptional opportunity to purchase in
this popular north coast town.
Tregunnel Hill
An artist’s impression of
a street in the
Tregunnel Hill
development shows a
mix of classic Cornish
Get-togethers with the
neighbours will be the
staple of many summer
street parties
GUIDE PRICE: £210,000 - £295,000
David Ball Agencies
34 East Street, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1BH
01637 850800
[email protected]
St Ives
St Austell
No 7 Belvedere
A modern classic on the edge of the city
Master bedroom
with en-suite
dressing room and
shower room
Huge triple aspect
High quality finish
to all rooms
Driveway parking
for two cars
Rear garden
backing onto open
f all the new houses built in
Cornwall over the last decade
and a half none have been more
acclaimed or more popular than
those of premium developer, Rosemullion
Homes and No 7 on the bespoke
Belvedere development completed a few
years ago on the eastern edge of Truro
demonstrates why. Each Rosemullion
house is individually designed; No 7 is
of classical Georgian stance, detached,
slightly elevated to maximise the views,
with a garage and off-street parking for
two cars. Once inside the front door the
scale and proportions of the house can
be fully appreciated. The entrance hall
is spacious and leads to the triple aspect
lounge, a beautifully appointed room with
coving, marble fireplace and French doors
opening out to the rear garden. Also off
the hallway are a cloakroom, utility room
and a very useful study and then doors
through to the extensive kitchen/dining
area. The kitchen finish is exemplary,
stunning granite worktops and Alno units
with soft close doors, top quality integral
appliances and superb lighting make it a
cook’s dream.
Moving upstairs the master bedroom
has double aspect views over the rear
garden and the fields beyond while the
en-suite dressing room has a window
to the front; a stylish, fully tiled shower
room completes the master suite. There
are two further sizeable bedrooms and a
chic family bathroom, again tiled to the
ceiling and having fabulous Villeroy and
Boch sanitary ware, as do the cloakroom
and en-suite shower room.
Outside, to the rear, there is a sheltered
patio area reached via French doors from
the lounge and the kitchen, a slate plinth
for barbecuing, steps down to the door
at the rear of the garage and leading up
to the main lawned area separated from
the adjoining fields by a well-established
Escallonia hedge.
This house, positioned at the end of
the cul-de-sac, manages to effortlessly
combine the best of both worlds;
handsome in the traditional sense but
with modern fixtures and fittings and
close to the amenities of Truro while
retaining a proximity to the open country.
No 7 Belvedere
An interesting mix of
traditional urban design
and county-wall
An understated yet
effective open planned
A bright and spacious
kitchen and living room
PRICE: £455,000
1 North Quay, Padstow Pl28 8AF
01841 532555
[email protected]
Port Isaac
St Ives
St Austell
Rose Cottage
A hidden treasure on the north coast
Three double
Kitchen with
Rayburn and
Belfast sink
Lovely country/
seaside style
Front and rear
‘sun-trap’ gardens
Useful outside
utility room/store
Secure garaged
parking available
he wrought iron gate with its
scrolled hearts sets the romantic
tone for Rose Cottage in Port
Isaac. Tucked away off the top of
Dolphin Street this is an easy house to fall
in love with. The gate, matching fence and
woodwork are painted in that seaside sky
blue that should be reserved for use in
Cornish fishing villages only.
A short path leads through the lawned
and bordered front garden up to a stable
door through which, to the right and
left, are the dining room and lounge
respectively. It is apparent from both
rooms that this is a much loved and
cared-for house, finished in classic
country style. Slate flagstones and a
wood-burning stove in the lounge and
tongue and groove panelling and parquet
in the dining room enhance the homely
feel. This theme is continued in the
kitchen with painted Shaker style units
in sage green topped with wooden work
surfaces - a Belfast sink and Rayburn
range providing background warmth.
Access to the garden resides just beyond
the kitchen through a lovely stained glass
door. This area has been decked and is
offered privacy by a stunning feature
wall covered in rockery plants and herbs;
a gorgeous place to bask on a sunny day
and enjoy an evening barbecue.
The rear garden also contains a very
useful outbuilding with flagged floor,
plumbing for a washing machine
and room for a tumble dryer and
further storage.
Upstairs are three generous double
bedrooms, each individually decorated
to make the most of the period features
which include painted floorboards,
original built-in cupboards and a cast
iron fireplace. The L-shaped Jack and Jill
bathroom has two doors, a roll-top bath
and separate shower enclosure and is
beautifully tiled to half height.
Currently letting well at £850/week
in the peak season the property could
continue as a wonderful second home
with additional income or just as easily be
used as a main residence. With parking at
a premium in Port Isaac the opportunity
to lease a secure garage that is available
with the property should not be missed.
Rose Cottage
A classic cottage that is
straight out of a Beatrix
Potter book
A quintessentially country
style kitchen with plenty of
room to eat here, or in the
separate dining room
A socially friendly living
room and a garden that is
perfect for summer
PRICE: £475,000
Estuary House, Rock Road, Rock PL27 6NW
01208 862424
[email protected]
St Ives
St Austell
A versatile property in a sought-after location
3 bedrooms
Kitchen with
3 reception rooms
Integral double
Delightful mature
Potential to enlarge
107’ outbuilding
2.45 acres of
he position of Moselle is superb,
located at the end of a long
private driveway within the
lovely village of Probus. This
is an area where properties seldom
come on to the open market, and is a
great opportunity to snap up a property
with plenty of potential, on what can
only be described as an enormous plot.
The gardens and grounds extend to
approximately 2.45 acres and include
enclosed well-stocked gardens, extensive
vegetable areas and a paddock, ideal for
a pony or hobby farming. A very useful,
general purpose building measuring
107’ x 26’ would be ideal for stabling, a
workshop, or a possible change of use to
holiday accommodation subject to gaining
necessary consent. There are panoramic,
far-reaching views here from the rear
garden, paddock and outbuilding and
both the bungalow and grounds enjoy
total privacy from its neighbours - it is
hard to believe that the village facilities
and a bus stop are just a short stroll away.
The bungalow itself is light and airy
with well-proportioned rooms. The
fitted kitchen has the added bonus of a
Rayburn, the unique warming presence
of which some of us have become unable
to live without. A large sitting room,
separate dining room, office, utility,
cloakroom, very large bathroom and
three bedrooms all combine to make
this property extremely versatile. With
so much land there is the possibility of
extending and the double garage, utility
and office area could easily be converted
into an annexe, again subject to gaining
necessary planning consent. Probus itself is a thriving community
with superb village facilities including a
farm shop, public house, general stores,
post office, cafe and even a fish and chip
shop. It has a very regular bus service
connecting to both Truro and St Austell
where you can enjoy a wider range of
shops. Probus is also within easy reach
of the north and south Cornish coast and
is only a few miles from the picturesque
Roseland Peninsula with its many sandy
beaches. This is a property that requires
early viewing as the unique combination
of location and extensive grounds are sure
to see it snapped up.
A beautiful property that
boasts some great views of
the Cornish countryside
Acres of space for the kids,
pets or your architectural
A classic kitchen that is
perfect for crafting some
home cooked wonders and
an outbuilding that has
limitless potential
GUIDE PRICE: £575,000
Philip Martin
9 Cathedral Lane, Truro TR1 2QS
01872 242244
[email protected]
St Ives
St Austell
Trethew Mill
A stunning granite mill set
in open countryside
Off road parking for
numerous cars
Two sitting rooms
and study
gardens of
one acre
Two fields of
seven acres
Stable block with
three loose boxes
and tack room
Working water
enture down the long, shared
driveway and you will find
Trethew Mill - a superb and
enchanting mill house originally
converted in the 1980’s, with some later
additions. The property is a mixture
of granite buildings and more modern
structures set amidst south-facing gardens
and surrounded by glorious countryside.
The house has a huge kitchen/dining
room with a stone floor, oil-fired Aga. It
has an impressive floor to ceiling glazed
wall which overlooks the garden and the
high doors slide open so you can spill
outside on to the paved stone terrace on
a warm evening. There is a wonderful
sitting room with large fireplace and a
wood burning stove, exposed wooden
beams and also a separate study. Three
of the bedrooms are located on the
ground floor and on the first floor there
is another bedroom and a second sitting
room. The master bedroom also has floor
to ceiling glazed windows that look out
over the gardens and on to the fields with
views towards Fowey, Lanlivery and the
village church - snoozing the alarm could
become a dangerous past time here! The
house is full of character with a mixture
of old features from the original mill and
more modern extensions that feature
floor to ceiling glass windows, curved
ceilings and exceptional views. Outside,
the present owner has skilfully developed
the garden around the mill stream and
large central pond, which is profusely
planted with mature trees, established
shrubs. Anyone with an equestrian
interest would be well served here as
beside the gardens are two fields and
a substantial wooden stable block with
three loose boxes and a tack room.
The nearest town is Lostwithiel,
located at the tidal reach of the river
Fowey. Originally a port and the capital
of Cornwall, it is now a bustling town
with a mixture of independent shops,
restaurants, pubs and hotels. The Fowey
river meanders through the town, and
there is a 12th Century castle and a Golf
and Country Club. Lostwithiel has a
mainline train station with direct access
to London, and the A390 provides easy car
access in and out of Cornwall.
Trethew Mill
This picturesque home is
something of idyllic
fantasy made reality
Modern interiors are
complete with all the
luxuries you would
expect from a
contemporary home
The landscaped
gardens are a real treat
for gardening
enthusiasts and young
adventurers alike
GUIDE PRICE: £650,000
Fowey River
Trafalgar House, Trafalgar Square,
Fowey PL23 1AZ
01726 833000
[email protected]
St Ives
St Austell
Ardevora Mill
A unique family home on the beautiful
Roseland Peninsula
5 bedrooms
2 en-suite
3 self-catering
holiday cottages
Secluded location
Detached garage/
Creek access
f you are looking for a family home
with the benefit of an excellent
rental income then your search may
be over with Ardevora Mill. Set in
an idyllic, tranquil and peaceful location
on the upper reaches of the River Fal
near Philleigh, this deceptively spacious
and versatile character residence has the
added benefit of 3 self-catering holiday
cottages which are currently generating
an income of around £30,000 per year.
The cottages are all beautifully equipped
and presented to a 4 star, gold Visit
England rating. Ardevora Mill itself is
located at the end of a private lane. This
unique home has just two neighbouring
properties, all enjoying seclusion from
each other without the feeling of
complete isolation.
The Mill and cottages were converted
about seven years ago, over the last
few years each has been painstakingly
equipped to a very high standard and
to an exceptional specification. The
main residence oozes character yet
still incorporates the modern with the
traditional - high vaulted ceilings, oak
ledge and brace doors, granite and red
brick quoins sit alongside under-floor
heating and stylish bathrooms and
kitchen. Wonderful views over the
surrounding countryside and the creek
can be enjoyed from many rooms and
perhaps the icing on the cake is the right
of egress to a small beach leading on to
Ardevora Creek.
Philleigh is renowned for its historic
church and 16th century Roseland Inn.
It is perhaps one of the prettiest country
villages on the Roseland Peninsula, which
is adjacent to the estuary of the River
Fal and stretches to Gerrans Bay in the
east. The nearby villages of Gerrans and
Portscatho provide shopping facilities
while St Mawes is just a short drive away.
The St Mawes area is renowned for its
extremely mild climate and attracts
sailing enthusiasts to the excellent waters
of the Percuil River, Carrick Roads and
Falmouth Bay. Such a unique property as
this, with its added income potential, will
not be on the market for long so an early
viewing is advised to fully capture its
atmosphere, character and appreciate the
overall tranquility of Ardevora.
Ardevora Mill
Built with sturdy Cornish
stone this is everything
you could want from a
country home
Bright spacious rooms
with an understated
and modern design
A winning mix of sturdy
Cornish walls, country
comfort and modern
GUIDE PRICE: £ £1,650,000
H Tiddy
St Mawes, TR2 5AG
01326 270212
[email protected]
St Ives
St Austell
Pond Cottage
A stone-built period cottage in a
coastal village location
3 bedrooms
Large gardens
Gated private
ucked away down at the tip
of Cornwall, Coverack is one
of the UK’s most peaceful
and unspoilt havens. This
charming fishing village offers a rare
mix of genuine community atmosphere,
quality restaurants and activities and
an enviable location by the sea. Living
here offers a unique location to relax and
unwind, enjoying walks on well-marked
coastal paths, refreshing sea swims and
numerous chances to watch the world
go by. For the more energetic there are
nearby opportunities for golfing, fishing
and windsurfing and only a short ferry
ride away are the beautiful sub-tropical
Trebah gardens with stunning displays of
camellia, rhododendron and more.
Located on the outskirts of this
pretty sought-after coastal village is
the wonderful Pond Cottage, a unique
detached period property built from
Cornish stone and offering a range of
living accommodation including the main
house, a self-contained annexe and a
number of useful outbuildings.
The ground floor of the main house
features a range of rooms with gorgeous
beamed ceilings. The spacious farmhousestyle kitchen has integrated appliances
and a handy next-door utility room
complete with Belfast sink, a range
of storage options and plumbing for
a dishwasher and washing machine.
A separate dining area leads into a
sitting room with feature Inglenook
fireplace. There is also a downstairs
toilet, bathroom and shower room and
the conservatory has a porthole feature
window and French doors opening onto
the garden.
Upstairs are three good sized bedrooms
and the self-contained annexe offers
further one-bed accommodation with its
own bathroom and fitted kitchen/lounge.
The well-kept gardens are generously
proportioned to the tune of half an acre.
They are largely laid to lawn with mature
plants, shrubs and trees and offer the
perfect place to relax with a book or for
an avid gardener to potter about. There
is a generous greenhouse and a large
fruit and veg plot, which are perfect for
the green-fingered, as well as the large
pond from which the house derives its
name. Located along its own driveway,
this stunning and private property also
benefits from its own parking area. Pond
Cottage is the perfect place to get away
from it all and own a little piece of heaven
in idyllic Cornwall.
Pond Cottage
A period cottage that is
steeped in character
A warm and pleasant
interior that has a
traditional style
A beautiful property of
Cornish stonework that is
blissfully hidden away
GUIDE PRICE: £430,000
The Mather Partnership
17 Meneage Street, Helston, TR13 8AA
01326 565016
[email protected]
St Ives
St Austell
Una St Ives
Invest in the Ultimate Cornish Retreat
1-4 bedrooms
Single or double
En-suite and
balcony options
Adjoining parking
Designer decking
Exterior lighting
t. Ives is an undeniably special
place where art resides beside the
sea, restaurants capture Cornish
flavours and there is a different
beach to discover each day. Making the
most of this idyllic location, Una St Ives, a
stunning new second-home and holiday
lifestyle retreat, has been created by a
passionate local developer with an
eco-inspired vision.
Bringing together Cornwall’s top
architects, builders, interior & landscape
designers and spa specialists Una St Ives is
not only desirable, but highly sustainable,
in its ethos. One, two, three and four
bedroom houses are now available
for reservation.
Interior design specialists Iroka have
created four bespoke interior furniture
packages for buyers to choose from.
Selecting high end products from both
local boutique artisans and internationally
renowned designers, owners will be
immersed in stylish laid-back luxury as
they walk into every room.
At the heart of the retreat, The Atrium
is a place to swim, spa, shop and dine.
With 100% organic and natural Spiezia
products and fully–trained therapists ever
present, tension and health complaints
will ebb away as easily as the tide. An
on-site concierge service will also always
be available so residents can book a meal,
arrange a surf lesson, rent a film, organise
a personal chef, set up child-care and
babysitting, or even reserve the fire pit.
Una St Ives offers a range of investment
opportunities and for those wishing to
partially rent out their properties, each
house has the potential to generate at least
£10,000 per year*. Escape, the retreat’s
management company, has partnered
with long established letting agent, Aspects
Holidays, to generate holiday rentals
for the houses. With local knowledge, a
sizeable database and a strong profile in
the sector, Aspects also has sophisticated
management technology to provide
accurate commercial reporting meaning
that Una St Ives owners can track their
property bookings and income flow at
any time.
Una St Ives show homes are now open
and viewing appointments are available
from 10am-4pm every day. To request
sales information and to make a viewing
appointment, please call 01637 317007 or
email [email protected] .
* Please see the Una St Ives website for
more details.
Una St Ives
Carbis Bay, St Ives, TR26 3HW
Call +44 (0)1637 317 007
[email protected]
The Porthminster home is
a four-bedroom property,
perfect for families
The Carbis is a detached
two-bedroom single
storey property
The Bamaluz is a
one-bedroom duplex
The Atrium is at the heart
of the retreat and is the
place to go for relaxation
and entertainment.
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Savills Truro
73 Lemon Street
Truro TR1 2PN
01872 243200
[email protected]
st hilary, nr marazion
Grade II* Listed ø beautifully restored Georgian house ø heated swimming
pool & tennis court ø 5 bedrooms, 4 en-suite ø 5 luxury guest cottages ø
secluded private location ø about 20 acres of private grounds.
Guide £1.85 million Freehold
Jonathan Cunliffe
[email protected]
07870 999 114
Buying or selling this summer? Talk to Savills.
Savills Truro
73 Lemon Street
Truro TR1 2PN
01872 243200
[email protected]
breage, nr helston
Grade II listed ø majority of original vicarage ø romantic Gothic architecture ø
spacious accommodation of fine quality ø beautiful well stocked gardens ø
impressive reception rooms ø 4 large bedrooms, 2 ensuite
Guide £550,000 Freehold
Matthew Rowe
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07870 999 545
Internal CGI, The Sands Polzeath
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With one of the most coveted addresses in north Cornwall, The Sands is an exclusive collection of six 4 bedroom
detached houses situated between Polzeath & Trebetherick. These contemporary high specification homes with their
varying layouts all have large flexible living spaces, west facing terraces to maximise the evening sun, landscaped rear
gardens and parking for two cars
The Sands is so suitably named being within walking distance of Polzeath and Greenaway beaches and just a short
drive from daymer Bay. due for completion from the end of 2013
priceS from £610,000 - £670,000 * (pea band c)
regiSter your intereSt noW to receive preliminary detailS
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* correct at time of publication
Mawgan Porth
Constantine Bay
A rare and superb development opportunity to purchase a coastal property and
land, for sale for the first time since its construction, with a sheltered southerly
aspect in a stunning location with beach and coastal views. Of older style and in
need of modernisation occupying a very elevated site with views out to sea and
the coastline and huge potential for redevelopment if required (subject to pp).
It is just a stroll to the beach and a path leads on to the spectacular cliff coastal
path. EPC = F
Substantial detached property yards from the sandy beach with superb views
to the sea and across to the Trevose Golf course. The accommodation offers
a large sitting room, kitchen/dining room, two ground floor shower rooms, utility
room and study. To the first floor are four good sized bedrooms, family bathroom
and cloakroom. In excellent order throughout. EPC = D
Chapel Amble
Port Isaac
This 3 bedroom cottage has original features which are successfully combined
with stylish and contemporary living. From the exposed stonework & original
slate floor/fireplace to the modern kitchen, bathrooms and bespoke windows &
doors, this property has been sympathetically refurbished to a high standard.
This property has beautifully landscaped south facing front gardens with the
added advantage of an office above the garage. EPC: F
This 4 bedroom property is in an elevated position providing views to the cliffs
& ocean. A renovated home which has many appealing features, none more
so than the lounge with its full width and height gable end windows and Juliet
balcony. Other features include a modern kitchen, maple wood flooring & 4
genuine double bedrooms. There is a utility room, integral double garage &
driveway parking, tiered gardens & decking at the rear. EPC: E
Hillside is a beautifully proportioned house built towards the end of the 19th century and rich in period detail. It
stands within its own private grounds at the top of Grampound village, virtually hidden from passers-by and yet
convenient for all local facilities. The property has been the subject of careful and sympathetic restoration over
several years and whilst a perfect example of a Victorian country house it now has all the attributes of a comfortable
family home including underfloor and central heating, two lovely bathrooms and also a wet room. The accommodation is notably light and spacious, there are high ceilings, working window shutters, panelled doors with deep
architraves and some coloured glass and a fabulous large kitchen/living room which has been completely rebuilt on
its original footprint and triple aspect to maximise the sun light. With four acres of land including orchards, paddock and mature gardens the privacy of the property is secured and a one bedroom cottage above twin garaging is
ideal for letting or a dependent relative. 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 4 reception rooms, kitchen/living room, utility
and wet room and conservatory. EPC - TBC
ST MAWES £195,000
ST MAWES £900,000
NR VERYAN £1,895,000
ST MAWES OIRO £1,000,000
Immaculately presented apartment located just 22 steps / around 150 yards from
exclusive St Mawes waterfront. Accessed at ground level by 3 steps down from road.
Water / river views from clever bay window with seating in living room. Electric panel
radiators, double-glazing. Stylish furnishings available by separate negotiation. Suited towards the couple or single person, either as permanent or 2nd home. EPC - D.
Stunning period character manor house residence, set in own grounds of around 30
acres of prime land, with exceptional outbuildings of around ten thousand square feet
inviting potential, set within the exclusive Roseland Peninsula about two miles from
coast & beaches. Equestrian facilities abound. 5 reception rooms, fitted breakfast
kitchen with Aga, 5/6 bedrooms. Gym, 2 Garages. EPC rating F.
Elegant Georgian property of around 1528 sq ft combining character features with
relaxing location and superb views, within 80 yards of the exclusive St Mawes
waterfront, close to beaches & central village amenities. Superb panoramic views
over Percuil River to National Trust countryside beyond, over Falmouth Bay on to
Lizard Peninsula. Many character features. EPC rating D.
Generously proportioned architect designed family residence, located in a tranquil and
exclusive area of St Mawes with outstanding views of Percuil River and surrounding
National Trust countryside. 29’ Living Room, bespoke Breakfast Kitchen, Conservatory, 3 double Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms. Large Garage. Parking. Oil heating. Double
glazing. Nearly level mature gardens. EPC rating E.
01326 565016
Coverack - Guide Price £320,000
An immaculately presented, refurbished thatched character cottage enjoying a slightly elevated position enhanced by stunning sea, harbour and village views. The dwelling is located in the heart of
one of the regions most stunning coastal villages and is sure to appeal to the discerning purchaser seeking a unique permanent residence or bolt hole in this area of outstanding natural beauty. Internally the ground floor accommodation comprises an open plan sitting room, dining area and fitted kitchen taking full advantage of the views on offer. The first floor provides two double bedrooms
of good size and a fitted bathroom. Further refinements to the property include many character features throughout. A small front garden providing a delightful seaward facing aspect, in addition to
an enclosed lawned rear garden boasting a useful utility shed with power and light connected. In our opinion, properties such as Corner Cottage are an extremely rare find and we strongly recommend an internal viewing to appreciate all that this charming cottage has to offer.
A most charming four bedroom
Victorian terrace property located
in one of the most sought after
roads in Fowey and enjoying
magnificent views over the Fowey
harbour, across to Polruan,
Pont Pill as well as views out to
sea. The property comes with a
Fowey rarity with its own off-road
parking space and courtyard.
Energy efficiency rating: E
Fowey £499,950
An early 18th Century three bedroom semi-detached cottage set on the banks
of the River Lerryn right in the heart of this beautiful village on the Fowey
estuary. The property has a private garden, uninterrupted views over the river,
a stone outhouse and requires some updating. Energy efficiency rating: F
Lerryn £499,000
A superb double fronted
period cottage located
in the heart of the
beautiful waterside
village of Golant only a
few miles from Fowey.
This home is full of period
features as well as three
double bedrooms, three
reception rooms and a
beautiful landscaped rear
garden enjoying estuary
views. Energy efficiency
rating: F
A contemporary, three to four bedroom, detached house with a 1930s artdeco twist in its design and fittings. It is set in front and rear gardens with
off-road parking for a number of cars. This beautifully presented home has
uPVC double-glazed windows, under floor heating throughout and also has
the benefit of a single garage. Energy efficiency rating: C
A gorgeous Cornish cottage located next to the creek in one of Cornwalls
most beautiful waterside villages. The cottage has a garden next to the creek,
a carparking space, a garage and store. Energy efficiency rating: E
Fowey £395,950
Lerryn £265,000
If you are interested in selling your property, call the Fowey River Team on 01726 833000
Trafalgar House •Trafalgar Square Fowey • Cornwall PL23 1AZ
Tel/Fax: 01726 833000 • Email: [email protected]