Reception Rooms: 4 | Bedrooms: 7 | Bathrooms: 6
One of Padstow's finest houses. An incredibly handsome 7 bedroom detached stone built house of substantial yet appealing proportions, located in a picturesque and peaceful setting at the top of Fentonluna Lane, enjoying beautiful elevated views across the roof tops of the old town of Padstow below and beyond over the Camel Estuary towards Rock.
This landmark Grade II Listed house is presented in fabulous condition throughout following an extensive refurbishment by the current owners during recent years and it today offers a stylish balance of the original character features of the house combined with many tasteful modern touches and creature comforts that combine to create an incredible one-off house. The property also enjoys the very rare attributes for Padstow of a good-sized, southerly facing garden as well as secure off-street parking for many cars.
A professionally filmed walk-through tour is available for this property. Please contact us for details.
Padstow is one of the most sought after coastal town locations in the whole of the south-west of England. Renowned for its picturesque harbour and its position overlooking the magnificent Camel Estuary, the town has become a destination of choice for foodies. 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 championship course at Trevose / Constantine Bay and across the estuary at Rock is St Enodoc, voted in the top 100 courses in the UK.
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