Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 3 | Bathrooms: 2

Guide price £925,000

  • Magnificent panoramic views of Camel Estuary
  • Good-sized garden with potential to further extend, subject to planning permission
  • Detached dormer house
  • Open plan family sized kitchen diner
  • Large first floor sitting room with excellent water views
  • 3 bedrooms - master en suite
  • Family bathroom
  • Parking and car port
  • Large sun terrace
  • For sale for the first time in 30 years

Detached 3 bedroom dormer house set in a good-sized garden taking in magnificent broad views of the Camel Estuary from a wonderful elevated position on the highly sought-after Egerton Road. This superbly located and spacious property has been a very happy home for our clients for circa 30 years and during their ownership they have improved and remodelled the property to suit their requirements and to maximise its amazing views of the Camel Estuary.

The accommodation is very well balanced throughout with an excellent sized entrance hall welcoming you in to the property. The family sized kitchen diner is the hub of the house and offers a very sociable layout that is large enough to entertain a good-size party of people. It enjoys lovely views of the estu-ary, offering a well equipped kitchen with a large island. There are sliding doors opening out from the dining area to an outside sun terrace that provides space for several people to sit out and enjoy the views or dine alfresco. Beside the kitchen is a utility room and separate WC as well as a door to the rear gardens. The ground floor is completed by bedrooms two and three, as well the family bathroom. Bedroom two also enjoys a view of the estuary and bedroom three is currently used as a study.

The sitting room and master bedroom suite are located on the first floor. The sitting room is a spacious room at 23’5x17’10” and it enjoys a double aspect with sliding doors to the front opening on to a lean- over balcony and taking in fabulous broad views of the estuary. The master bedroom also enjoys excel-lent views from its large window at the front, as well as a walk in wardrobe and en suite bathroom with separate shower.


From Egerton Road, a driveway provides parking for two cars and it ascends up to a carport with park-ing for a further car. The car port also opens in to a storage area at the rear.

The front gardens comprise of a sloping lawn with attractive planted borders. Immediately in front of the house is a second paved patio area providing a second area from where to sit and enjoy the views. A pathway at the side leads to the rear gardens. There is a good-sized patio area and a short flight of steps ascend up to gently sloping lawn with attractive borders and features of planting and flowers and apple trees. The pathway continues to a rear gate that opens on to a pedestrian lane that runs parallel with Egerton Road. The rear gardens provide space to further extend the accommodation of the house, subject to the requisite planning permissions.


Padstow is one of the most sought after coastal town locations in the whole of the south-west of England. Re-nowned for its picturesque harbour and its position overlooking the magnificent Camel Estuary, the town has become a destination of choice foodie’s. Its most well known restauranteurs are Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth with the renowned Rick Stein Seafood Restaurant located on the harbour and Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin starred restaurant No 6, positioned nearby in Middle Street, just below Fentonluna Lane. Nathan Outlaw is just across the estuary at Port Isaac and there are also many more exceptional local restaurants, pubs and boutique shops set amongst Padstow’s many picture perfect streets.

Just outside Padstow is the award winning vineyard at Trevibban Mill and the long established Camel Valley Vineyard is just a little further upstream, overlooking the Camel River at Nanstallon. The attractive neighbouring town of Wadebridge is just 8 miles away and offers a wider range of excellent shopping facilities and services. The exceptionally popular Camel Trail foot and cycle path runs alongside the beautiful Camel Estuary and also leads to Wadebridge.

To the south of Padstow is a magnificent stretch of coastline known locally as the Seven Bays, named after its 7 beautiful beaches and bays that offer a different beach for each day of the week. The area is quite simply one of the most beautiful parts of Cornwall, loved by so many for its exceptional lifestyle opportunities and its mile upon mile of dramatic and rugged coastline. For the keen golfer there is the excellent championship course at Trevose in Constantine Bay and across the estuary at Rock is St Enodoc, voted in the top 100 courses


• Padstow Harbour: 0.5 Miles • Harlyn Bay: 3 Miles • Constantine Bay & Trevose Golf Club: 4.2 Miles • Treyar-non Bay: 5 Miles • Wadebridge: 7.8 miles • Newquay Airport: 9.2 Miles • Truro 25 Miles

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