Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 4
Exceptional 4/5 bedroom contemporary house enjoying a truly magnificent frontline coastal setting that provides some of the most spectacular sea views on the entire south coast of Cornwall from virtually every room in the house.
The sleek exterior design is the perfect contrast to its rugged coastal backdrop, with striking attributes that include a beautifully crafted zinc roof, large scale architectural windows, infinity glass full width balcony and facades of stunning oversized tiled cladding.
The property is accessed from its large parking area at first floor level and upon entering you are welcomed into the cavernous fully open plan kitchen / dining / living area where you are instantly mesmerised by the spectacular sea and coastal views that are able to be enjoyed from the large windows and sliding doors of the rear elevation that also open out on to the full width balcony.
The beautiful dark grey kitchen is bespoke designed and is fitted with high quality integrated Siemens appliances. Its magnificent central island is the feature of the kitchen and stunning white marble wraparound work surfaces are the perfect contrast. The kitchen seamlessly flows in to the dining area in the middle area of the room and then on to the lounge area, with sets of sliding glass doors along the way opening out onto the full width infinity glass balcony, which creates a fantastic social environment in which to entertain. There is also a separate good-sized utility room and a study / 5th bedroom located on the this floor.
The lower ground floor houses the 4 main bedrooms, each of which enjoys excellent sea views via sliding doors which also provide access out into the garden. Each bedroom is en suite and has stylish fitted wardrobes.
The property has been fitted with a host of technological features that includes a Sonos sound system, underfloor heating and exterior CCTV - all of which are controllable remotely from apps, which all combine to help make it the ultimate lock-up and leave coastal home.
A large brick paved parking area at the front of the property provides ample parking for a number of cars and there is also enough space for a garage to be constructed, subject to all requisite planning permissions.
The full width rear balcony is accessed from both the house and also a flight of steps from the garden. Below the balcony is a wide patio which at one end gives access to a large outside shower and at the opposite end is a good sized timber built garden room / storage room, which has sliding glass doors on its seaward side.
The gardens comprise of a large lawn that gently slopes and tapers down to a lower area of tiered paved patio. These are constructed from Gabon baskets of attractive stone and topped with timber to create seating. There is decorative lighting and an electric supply for a hot tub.
On the rear boundary is a gate that leads directly onto the South West Coast Path and from here you can walk to both Porthpean or Duporth beaches within a matter of minutes or you can walk in either direction for mile upon mile, taking in some of the most amazing coastal scenery in the whole of Cornwall.
Seascape sits within the coastal village of Porthpean which is set on a stretch of headland that is just to the south of Charlestown, looking out across the beautiful St. Austell Bay and flanked on either side by Porthpean and Duporth beaches. This entire stretch of coastline is a haven as it has a wonderfully tucked away feeling, with an almost mediterranean feel due to its clear waters, sandy beaches and rugged tree-topped cliffs. The beaches offer safe swimming and water sports activities from a water sports club. Duporth beach is dog friendly all year round and due to the lack of a large public car park in the village, it is generally quieter and frequented more by people living in the area.
Nearby Charlestown is a world heritage site that is renowned for its picturesque harbour that is surrounded by immensely pretty sea captains houses and colour- washed cottages. Today it is still a working harbour as well as providing a safe haven for visiting old ships. It is also the location for many television series and cinematic film projects, the latest being the renowned BBC series, Poldark that was based on the books of the Cornish Author, Winston Graham.
The nearby town of St Austell offers numerous shops, supermarkets and a leisure centre, plus a mainline railway station to London Paddington. The attractive coastal town of Fowey is just 9 miles distant and has a range of shops, restaurants, bars and excellent sailing facilities.
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