Polzeath, with its glorious sandy beach, has enough to keep every generation in a family happy. Daymer Bay, which is a gently sloping beach and perfect for young children and keen windsurfers, is a ten-minute walk away and Greenaway, a more secluded beach where there is plenty of scope for rock pooling, can be reached by walking along the coast path.
The sporty will never be bored with surfing on the doorstep, and windsurfing and sailing and waterskiing in the bays close by. The prestigious St Enodoc Golf Course is a short drive or 15-minute walk away and keen coast path walkers will never run out of ideas. Just in front of the private gate that leads from the gardens towards the beach, there are tennis courts, pitch and putt, crazy goland trampolines. Small children will love the sandy beaches and safe swimming bays and teenagers will enjoy the cool vibe that Polzeath has to offer.
For those who prefer a more relaxed time, there are great art galleries and gift shops to potter around and the Cowshed Spa at the St Moritz Hotel, a short walk away, offers top beauty treatments and is open to all.
For those who want to explore further, the market town of Wadebridge is six miles away with several supermarkets, while Padstow, home of Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant, is a magical ferry ride across the estuary from Rock.
Lundy occupies a prime, front line position within this exciting development. At the front of Pinewood with an important, elevated situation, commanding breath taking views of Polzeath beach and out to sea. This contemporary, well designed house enjoys a large open plan living area opening on to the terrace and 4/5 bedrooms. Arranged over three, airy, light-filled floors and a further lower floor for underground parking and storage.
Pinewood Polzeath is truly unique – it overlooks two acres of its own wooded grounds. Owners and residents have sole use of the sheltered communal lawn with its breathtaking views across Polzeath beach. The lawn is approached down gentle steps built from reclaimed railway sleepers, set into the steeply sloping banks. The slope is planted with wildflowers and trees, and along its foot, a natural stone wall has built -in slate seating, providing plenty of space for picnics and barbecues. Footpaths meander down through the woods taking you directly into Coronation Gardens and the beach.
The feeling of community at Pinewood is further enhanced by the beautifully landscaped timber deck, enclosed by the two rows of houses, giving an old-fashioned ‘back-garden’ feeling to this very contemporary development.
Concern for the environment follows through into every aspect of the design. The houses are heated using low carbon green technology - efficient air- source heat pumps – and the high levels of insulation keep the warmth in. State of the art wood-burners provide a more traditional heart to every living room. Hot water is provided by an eco –friendly heat exchange system, while aerated shower -heads provide excellent water pressure with surprisingly low water usage.
Care and maintenance of all the gardens, outdoor communal areas and common parts is the responsibility of the management company, which is itself owned jointly by the freeholders. The annual service charge is currently set at £1000.00.
Arranged over three floors with entrances from the ground floor, covered parking area and the 1st floor decked terrace area and front door. Cleverly designed spaces provide the optimum layout for both everyday and holiday living, the large open plan kitchen/dining/sitting area with folding doors opening to the terrace provides a dramatic entertaining space with the beach and sea views capturing the attention of all that set foot in the property.
by car: Take the M5 or A303 to Exeter. Join the A30 dual carriageway after the Exeter turning off the M5. Turn off after Launceston taking the North Cornwall turning on to the A395 towards Davidstow. At the end of this road turn left, 1 mile on take the right turning on to the B3314 for Delabole which crosses the A39 en-route. Continue through Delabole on the B3314 and after 5 miles you pass the turning for Port Isaac. Carry on for a couple more miles and you will see a signpost right for Polzeath. Follow the signposts for Polzeath which take you down to the beach. Park in the beach car park and look up - there is Pinewood!
By air: Landing facilities are available for helicopters and for fixed wing light aircraft in Rock and
Trebetherick. There are regular domestic flights from Gatwick International and many regional airports to Newquay (St. Mawgan).
By train: Train via the main line to Bodmin Parkway (30 minutes away) please ask our offices for local taxi services.
By bus: National Express coaches run from Gatwick and Heathrow airports to Wadebridge (10 minutes away).