This fabulous house is approached by its own driveway and beautifully surrounded by private gardens flanked by a stream and planted with Ferns, Palms and Gunnera from The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
The versatility is showcased within the self-contained ground floor flat with its own entrance, an ideal Holiday Let or separate annexe for parents/teenager etc. The house can naturally transform into a wonderful 5 bedroom family home, just depends on your need. The garage is a very useful space, with newly fitted electric doors, utility area and an outside hot and cold shower for a pampered pooch or cleaning the sand from wetsuits.
Alongside Helyglowarth, following the stream, the slip path winds up through Mariella’s Wood towards the Southwest Coast Path and Dodman Point, showing spectacular views from the highest headland on Cornwall’s South Coast. The beautiful sandy, dog friendly beach is approx. 800yds comfortable walk from Helyglowarth, where Cakebreads offer the service of post office, fresh bakery, hot food, delicious fresh crab rolls in season and all the daily basics including newspapers and more.
Newly refurbed The Haven, serve takeaway and table service with an excellent menu. A welcome break for the walkers coming down off the Southwest Coast Path and locals in the village and beyond. Views of the sea can be enjoyed from the comfortable terrace of The Llawnroc. The village hotel is a short walk from Helyglowarth and offers dog friendly service to non-residence.
Gorran Haven lies within an Area of Outstanding Beauty (AONB) renowned for its sandy beach, coastal walks & pretty fishermen's cottages, nestled around a secluded cove. The village itself has a range of amenities to include a post office/shop/bakery/cafe, chip shop, and hairdressers. Llawnroc Hotel Bar and Bistro. The primary and secondary schools in the area are both rated by offsted as outstanding. The two village beaches have golden sand making them ideal for the whole family including dogs. The harbour is sheltered by a stone quay from which angling trips are available and there are visitors’ moorings for the boating enthusiasts.
Just 10 minutes away is The Lost Gardens of Heligan, one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. To the west of Gorran Haven is Caerhays Castle, beach, and gardens. Caerhays beach is sheltered with golden sand, beach cafe and ample car parking. The gardens are open in the spring, to the public and boast a breath-taking collection of tropical plants in an idyllic setting.
The pretty fishing village of Mevagissey is approximately 3 miles away and offers a range of village amenities to include a grocery shop, variety of pubs and restaurants, and there is also a doctor’s surgery. The picturesque port of Charlestown and the award-winning Eden Project are also within a short drive.
The Cathedral city of Truro is approximately 16 miles from the property. The recently regenerated St Austell town centre is located approximately 12 miles away and offers a wide range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities.
Connected services. Oil and Electric. Mains drainage.