Reception Rooms: 3 | Bedrooms: 5 | Bathrooms: 2
A classic south facing stone built farmhouse requiring considerable updating and located on a spectacular and rugged stretch of North Cornwall coastline between two of the areas most coveted beaches; Porthcothan Bay and Treyarnon Bay. This beautiful Grade II* Listed 5 bedroom residence with an attached 3 bedroom cottage forms part of an historic and traditional farmstead set just to the south of Padstow and known as The Seven Bays due to its 7 beautiful beaches, the area is one of the most dramatic and beautiful coastal areas of Cornwall and it is renowned for the many exceptional lifestyle opportunities that are on offer here - it is quite simply, Cornwall at its best!
The property offers great charm with many original features including wonderful inglenook fireplaces, flagstone slate flooring and exposed beams. The accommodation could be set out in many different formats, even incorporating the cottage to form an overall larger residence (subject to any required permissions). The entrance hall leads through the house to the staircase, with the spacious dining room and kitchen flanked off it. A spacious sitting room, office, snug and utility complete the ground floor and an internal door connects to the cottage. Upstairs are five bedrooms, some of which have lovely views over the countryside and to the coast. Bedroom 5 has previously been set out as a further bathroom. The Cottage has been updated in more recent years and was successfully holiday let and could be used as overspill accommodation for friends and family. The ground floor comprises of an open-plan living area with a fabulous broad feature fireplace, kitchen and bathroom. The three bedrooms are located on the first floor with some enjoying distant sea views.
The main gardens are broad level lawns facing south and surrounded by mature trees. There is a small paddock and further area which houses a dilapidated former outbuilding, that offers potential. On the eastern side is a very large storage barn.
Telephone: 01872 306 360