The private setting for this property is rather magical. Hidden from view in a coastal position, the house would suit as a main or second residence. To the front of the house are pretty patio and gardens, and the property overlooks a wooded valley. The property has been well cared for and updated, most recently with an extension to create a fabulous open plan kitchen diner with vaulted ceiling and two sets of sliding doors opening to the front garden. A ground floor bathroom was updated to a contemporary shower room at the same time. Modern comforts include oil fired central heating and mostly wood framed double glazing. The rarity of this unusual property in such an exceptional setting, on the market for the first time in 20 years, means that it must must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
Slate tiled floor, opening to the kitchen diner, doors to living room, shower room and bedroom three.
4.60m x 5.82m
This wonderful open plan room features a vaulted ceiling in the dining area with two velux windows and two 'marine grade' metal framed double glazed sliding doors, which overlook the gardens and enjoy sea views. The well equipped white gloss kitchen has a range of floor and wall units with granite tops and integrated appliances including a dishwasher and microwave oven/grill. Slate tiled floor, radiators, door to the utility room and door to the rear.
A small utility room housing the oil fired boiler with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
A contemporary shower room with Grohe walk in shower, WC and pedestal wash basin. Tiled floor and walls, heated towel rail.
3.53m x 4.01m
Two double wardrobes, radiator and a conservatory style study area overlooking the woods to the rear.
4.70m x 6.83m
Light and elegant during the day and cosy in the evening, this impressive double aspect room with garden and woodland views is reminiscent of a mountain lodge. The open fireplace has a granite surround and slate hearth and sliding doors lead to the front patio. Further windows to the front and along the side wall overlook the garden and sea to the front and woodland to the side. Open staircase to the first floor, door to the study/bedroom and radiators.
Study/ Fourth Bedroom
2.16m x 3.38m
Currently used as a study and has been used as a guest/fourth bedroom, this double aspect room overlooks the woodland to the side and rear. Radiator.
First Floor Landing
Window to the rear, storage cupboard, doors to bedrooms and bathroom.
Another wonderful room that maximises the light, space and views. With a front dressing room area that enjoys the spectacular views and has built in cupboards and radiator. To the side are windows and a door to the balcony.
1.37m x 7.57m
Running the length of the side of the house, with timber decking and cast iron railings. The views are spectacular and take in the garden, wooded valley and sea views beyond.
1.93m x 3.76m
With window to the side and porthole to the front, storage cupboard into the eaves, radiator.
Panelled bath with shower over, WC and pedestal wash basin, tiled floor and walls, heated towel rail.
The property is approached via a private road leading from the road to Pendower Beach, the access of which is shared with the owners of the neighbouring properties. There is a single garage (measuring 16'2 x 8'9) with light and power connected and up and over door. To the rear of the garage is a pedestrian gate to the garden from which there are two paths leading to the property with mature trees and shrubs. A lawned area near the gate is a perfect spot to sit and enjoy the breathtaking views. At the front of the house is an attractive paved patio area to also enjoy the views. South westerly facing, the property enjoys the spectacular afternoon and evening light.
Mains electricity and water, private drainage, oil fired central heating, bottled gas supply for the cooker.
Veryan and The Roseland
Veryan lies in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula on the south Cornish coast, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is famed for its beautiful countryside, harbourside villages, golden beaches and popular stretch of the South West Coastal Path. The safe, sandy beaches of Pendower and Carne join together at low tide to stretch for 1.5km and was recently named by The Sunday Times in the top ten best beaches in Britain. The neighbouring village of Portloe is one of the few remaining unspoilt fishing villages left in Cornwall. The elegant sailing resort of St Mawes is eight miles away and the Cathedral City of Truro, eleven miles distant, offers a wide range of commercial facilities, schools and direct rail link to London. The area has long been one of the most desired locations in the UK, in which both to live and to spend a holiday.