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This detached six bedroom property is located on a private road in the salubrious Mawgan Porth and enjoys outstanding southerly views from it elevated position over Mawgan Porth and along the North Cornish Coastline.
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Carne Crest is a beautifully presented family home located in an outstanding south facing location enjoying the most delightful sea and coastal views across Mawgan Porth Bay and the Atlantic Ocean towards St. Ives in the far distance. The property is a very spacious two storey home which currently is arranged as two self contained apartments, one of which is the current owner’s accommodation while the other is presently being used as holiday letting accommodation.
The spacious three bedroom holiday letting apartment, with its own entrances, has an open plan sitting/dining area with separate kitchen/ breakfast room. All three bedrooms have en suite facilities. Within the ground floor apartment are two lockable doors which lead into an internal hallway and access to the first floor apartment. Should any potential purchaser wish to use Carne Crest as one large home then the removal of these doors would provide the sense and feeling of one property. Within the ground floor hallway is an external door leading to a side pathway to either the front or rear gardens. This is the entrance the current owners use to access their first floor apartment. This spacious hallway also has a utility cupboard housing a washing machine and tumble dryer. Next to it is a large cupboard containing the two independent heating and hot water systems serving each apartment. The hallway also leads to two more en suite bedrooms.
A generous white ash turning staircase leads to the open plan sitting/dining area at first floor level along with the additional accommodation. The first floor accommodation again is extremely spacious and provides outstanding sea and coastal views. There is a large balcony, accessed via French doors from the sitting room, from where one can gaze across the glorious golden sandy beach of Mawgan Porth and the azure blue of the Atlantic Ocean, and then on down the coastline to the distant St. Ives. Further accommodation on this level extends to a kitchen, a further study/office, a library/snug and the master en suite bedroom with private balcony leading, via French doors, onto the rear garden. The study/office and library/snug could be utilized as further bedrooms if required as they are of a spacious size.
The property is approached via a winding pathway through the front garden to the holiday accommodation or up the steps to the door leading to the first floor. Below the house, there is a detached triple garage block, along with a substantial driveway for multiple vehicles.
Mawgan Porth is renowned for its surfing and spectacular beach plus excellent water sport activities. The coastline has breathtaking scenery ideal for walking and enjoying the National Trust countryside adjoining the coastal path at Bedruthan Steps. Newquay airport is approx. 2 miles away and there is easy access to the links championship golf course at Trevose approx. 5 miles away. Padstow harbour with its famous restaurants, three of which are Rick Stein’s, is but a short drive as are the choice of many other beautiful beaches such as Porthcothan, Treyarnon and Constantine Bays.
The City of Truro, approximately 22 miles distant, is the retail and commercial centre of Cornwall, with the famous Cathedral lying at its heart. The city offers a unique mix of independent shops and multiples as well as an excellent collection of art galleries, bars, restaurants, night clubs and cinema, along with the Hall for Cornwall and the Royal Cornwall Museum. The city also lies at the centre of the Cornish transport network and has a mainline station with a regular train service to London Paddington.
The following services are available- mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage, oil fired central heating, Calor gas kitchen hob and sitting room fire in the upstairs accommodation. There is also a telephone line and broadband. However, as agents we have not verified connection.
Porthcothan Beach – 3 Miles Newquay – 6 Miles Padstow – 8 Miles Wadebridge – 13 Miles Truro – 22 Miles (All distance are approximate)
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