Director, National Country House DepartmentExeter Estate AgentsCountry Department
A superbly presented contemporary property with high specification fittings and extensive sea views.
An exceptional property for a multitude of reasons, Shearwater offers five bedrooms, open plan living space, a roof terrace and extensive sea views. The property is presented to an exemplary standard with high specification fittings throughout including a private lift, underfloor heating, zone controlled automatic lighting, engineered oak flooring, sea facing balconies, Duravit sanitaryware, Grohe plumbing and Geberit ironmongery. Shearwater has full residential permissions and therefore offers potential for use as a family home or as the perfect lock up and leave coastal holiday home.
The main living space is provided by a large open plan kitchen/sitting/dining room with bifold doors leading out to a balcony with panoramic sea views. The principal bedroom is on the first floor, benefitting from a contemporary en suite bathroom, and with access to another sea facing balcony which it shares with bedroom two. The remaining four bedrooms are serviced by two stylish shower rooms and a family bathroom. Completing the accommodation is a games room on the ground floor and an integral double garage (with an option for an electric car charging point) which provides the ideal space for storing surfboards, wetsuits, paddleboards, bikes and similar.
There is superfast broadband connected, making the property highly suitable for working remotely from home.
General Local Authority: Cornwall Council. Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Air source heat pump. Under floor heating. Sprinkler system fitted. Superfast broadband connected. Council Tax: F. Tenure: Leasehold. 999 years from 01.01.2015. Share of freehold.
Shearwater is approached over a shared driveway with private parking for two cars in front of the property. On the third floor is a wonderful, spacious roof terrace with easy turf, a hot tub and yet more breathtaking views.
Sometimes referred to as Cornwalls forgotten corner, the Rame Peninsula is totally unspoilt with its winding lanes, small villages and pretty coves. Portwrinkle was traditionally a fishing village and the old 17th century walls of the pilchard cellars are still standing. The village has a small harbour with two beaches, a beach café serving traditional Cornish food and a golf club. In nearby Crafthole, there is a community shop, Post Office, restaurant and the Finnygook Inn which serves locally sourced produce and ale. The area is particularly attractive to those who enjoy the outdoors and includes Whitsand Bay links golf course with its challenging holes overlooking the Atlantic coastline (the first tee is approximately 100 yards away) and the nearby Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, an 800 acre area of coastal woodland and open hillsides.
The property enjoys excellent communication links: the A38 Devon Expressway gives access to major towns and to the national motorway network, whilst Exeter Airport and Cornwall Airport Newquay offer a number of flights to domestic and international destinations.
From Exeter, follow the A38 Devon Expressway for approximately 50 miles. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto A374 and stay on this road for approximately 4 miles. Turn right onto the B3247 and after about 0.8 mile turn left onto Finnygook Lane. After about half a mile, Shearwater can be found on the right hand side.Read all
- Superfast broadband connected
- Extensive sea views
- Private lift
- Zone controlled automatic lighting
- Underfloor heating
- Sprinkler system fitted
- Superfast broadband connected
- Hot tub
- Virtual Viewing
- Map & Street View
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