Reception Rooms: 3 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 4
Magnificent modernised country house enjoying complete privacy and protection from its surrounding 8.5 acres of land, as well as sea views towards Caerhays Beach over neighbouring open countryside across the Caerhays Estate with the beautiful Caerhays Castle set within the valley below.
A long, private driveway creates a wonderful sense of arrival, passing the fields and building anticipation as you approach the house, which is hidden from view. The quality of the house is immediately apparent as you approach from the large parking area, entering into a broad, bright hallway with glazed atrium and the feature fine oak staircase at its centre.
Glazed doors open through to the kitchen, which really is something very special. This exceptionally well designed triple aspect room is the heart of the house, designed for socialising and entertaining with a handmade Richard Winfrey kitchen at the centre and access to the garden or the sun terraces via multiple sets of French doors.
The sitting room is full of charm with beamed ceiling and a beautiful minster fireplace. There is a good sized study as well as a number of useful work rooms. On the first floor are four very spacious bedrooms, each being en suite or having its own bathroom. The master bedroom suite is a wonderfully indulgent room, with a feature vaulted beamed ceiling, walk-in dressing room, spacious and luxurious en suite shower room and wonderful views towards the coast from its French doors.
The house sits very well in its land with surrounding paddocks or garden offering protection on all sides. The immediate outside space complements the house so well, with the potential for a swimming pool or a tennis court, as well as plenty of facilities for horses or livestock. The detached barn could also offer the potential for conversion to a holiday let, subject to obtaining the correct permissions and consents and it is far enough away not to impact privacy on the main residence.
Polsue Farm is set within the highly sought after Roseland Peninsula, a most beautiful location on the South Cornwall coast, flanked by the magnificent Carrick Roads sailing waters on its western side and numerous beautiful bays and beaches on its southerly side. Just over 12 miles drive further down the Roseland, the peninsula culminates at the exclusive waterside village of St Mawes.
St Mawes is the most famed destination of the Roseland Peninsula. The pretty harbour-side village offers boutique shopping and also fine dining with the Hotel Tresanton and the Idle Rocks, as well as many fine bars and cafes. Sailing features heavily and there are wonderful beaches to explore as well. The village also boasts a passenger ferry across to Falmouth with its wide variety of facilities making a wonderful day out. A little further is Porthcurnick with the added attraction of the Hidden Hut set just above, offering some fantastic lunches and is also famous for its fabulous feast nights, as well as the Michelin star Driftwood Hotel. Portscatho is within easy reach with a host of wonderful shops galleries and eateries.
Just to the south of Polsue Farm is the fabulous Caerhays Estate not only famous for its castle and beautiful grounds, but also for its beautiful sandy beach. The pretty hamlet of Port Holland is also very accessible and a favourite for families. One of Cornwall’s longest and most beautiful stretches of sandy beach can be found at Pendower and is the perfect location for a family day out with many wonderful coastal walks in the area along the South West Coastal Path, as well as options for swimming, kayaking, sailing or fishing.
• Portholland: 2 Miles
• Caerhays: 2.75 Miles
• Portloe: 4.7 Miles
• Pendower Beach: 6 Miles
• St Austell Golf Club: 7 Miles
• Rosevine: 8.5 Miles
• The Hidden Hut: 8.75 Miles
• Portscatho: 9 Miles
• Carlyon Bay Golf Club: 10 Miles
• St Mawes: 12 Miles
• Truro: 12.5 Miles
• Newquay Airport: 18.5 Miles
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