David Ball Luxury Collection are delighted to offer for sale this 1309 square foot, five star luxury, breathtaking coastal property. Perched on the Pentire Headland with 270° uninterrupted coastal views. Viewing isn't just recommended but essential.
Headland House is an architecturally designed coastal property constructed in 2014. Situated in an enviable elevated dramatic position on the rugged North Cornish coastline between Fistral and Crantock Beaches enjoying far reaching uninterrupted coastal views towards St Agnes and Padstow.
Both the internal and external accommodation has been designed with coastal living in mind. To the ground floor are three bedrooms, the master benefiting from being en-suite, along with a family bathroom with stairs rising to the first floor. You are welcomed to a modern contemporary open plan living space with a fully integrated high gloss kitchen. To complete the internal accommodation, and bringing the outdoors in, is an impressive 30 foot long roof terrace with roof kitchen. The magical Cornish sunsets are truly breathtaking from here and can be enjoyed whilst unwinding after a long sunny day in the surf at the world renowned Fistral Beach.
To the side the property has allocated off street parking. To the front is a paved and gravel courtyard style garden. To the rear, leading from the master bedroom or Pentire Headland, is a low maintenance enclosed walled garden with a feature external spiral staircase with stainless steel and glass balustrades providing access to the first floor. The first floor also offers a glazed balcony leading from the kitchen enjoying views over the River Gannel tidal estuary and Crantock Village beyond.
In the immediate vicinity is the protected headland of Pentire which is located between Fistral Beach and the stunning River Gannel Estuary and home to the spectacularly located boutique eatery and hotel of the Lewinick Lodge. The Gannel Estuary separates the quaint village of Crantock from Newquay. When the tide is in and you can no longer reach the sandy passage by foot, you can take the delightful ferry from the Fernpit Café, established in 1910 which is still run by the same family.
The town of Newquay benefits from a range of shopping, schooling and banking facilities as well as an array of fashionable bars and restaurants. There are bus and rail services to outlying areas. The City of Truro is approximately fourteen miles from the property and the charming fishing port of Padstow within sixteen miles.
Newquay Airport is approximately seven miles distance from Newquay and you can fly to Faro, Alicante, Copenhagen, Dublin and a host of other destinations allowing you the freedom of travel all on your doorstep.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.4%||£265,607||3.4||1.4|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£188,440 (15)||£232,436 (28)||£285,113 (61)||£381,214 (37)||£516,621 (12)|
|Flats||£118,876 (23)||£235,024 (55)||£404,480 (15)||£650,000 (2)||-|
|All||£146,336 (38)||£234,151 (83)||£308,672 (76)||£394,997 (39)||£516,621 (12)|