Trelawney is a truly exceptional coastal residence specifically designed to maximise the fabulous sea views which the location enjoys over the magnificent Harlyn Bay and further along the stretch of north Cornwall coast towards Trevone Bay and beyond.
The property has been very highly specified throughout and is finished to an exacting contemporary standard that is of a level very rarely seen in Cornwall. Upon reaching the impressive, oversized front door and setting foot into the entrance hall, you instantly know that you are in a property of quality. The bespoke oak staircase with contemporary glazed panels and stainless steel fixings is the first thing that you see and sets the scene and tone. High ceilings with architectural glazing is the next stunning detail to hit you, which also floods the ground floor with natural light. Upon walking through into the exceptionally spacious open plan living area and kitchen you are greeted by the architectural feature of the property, a full width curved outside wall of floor to ceiling glazing that brings a sense of the gardens and sea views in to the house and truly wows you.
A fully equipped modern grey kitchen with complimenting large island is fully open plan to the vast living area and dining room, which creates a wonderfully social atmosphere to the entire living space. There are triple bi-folding doors which provide frameless and unobscured access from the dining area out into a covered patio / outside sitting area and ultimately onto the front gardens. The living area is very spacious, perfect for family living and has a stunning wood burning stove as its focal point.
The four bedrooms are all good doubles and are split over the two floors, thus providing exceptional flexibility to the layout. Three have excellent en suite facilities and the ground floor also has a large shower room and a further cloak room. At first floor level, the master bedroom enjoys truly stunning panoramic views with French doors providing access to an impressive and good-sized balcony with wraparound glazing. The second bedroom en suite benefits from a feature large square bath and a separate walk-in shower. Storage has also been carefully considered in each of the bedrooms and bathrooms. A spacious utility room with external access door is well equipped for all the family’s necessities.
Outside, Trelawney boasts landscaped gardens with a large patio area that wraps itself around the property. The majority of the gardens are to the front, making the most of the lovely views and comprise of a level lawn. You will find an impressive seating and barbecue area along with a feature fire pit for starry evenings. At the rear is a separate large patio area which is a sun trap and has space for an outdoor table tennis area. There is also a useful hot water outdoor shower and secure storage for surfboards, lifestyle, garden and beach equipment. A large parking area is accessed through two 5 bar gates and provides parking for several cars.
Set above Harlyn Bay, Trelawney is ideal for those wanting to take advantage of this stunning area of Cornwall. Harlyn Bay is set just to the south of Padstow in an area known as The Seven Bays due to its 7 beautiful beaches. The area has one of the most dramatic and beautiful coastlines of Cornwall and is renowned for the many exceptional lifestyle opportunities that are on offer - it is quite simply Cornwall at its best! Harlyn Bay itself offers a fabulous sandy beach perfect for surfers and families alike.
As well as the beaches, for the keen golfer the championship course of Trevose is just 1 mile away at Constantine Bay and St Enodoc is across the Camel Estuary at Rock, as well as Newquay and Perranporth just down the coast.
Gastronomes and wine enthusiasts are exceptionally well catered for, with many excellent pubs and restaurants in the area. The renowned Pig Hotel Group have just purchased a fabulous property between Harlyn Bay and Constantine Bay to turn in to one of their renowned hotel & restaurants and so the area will now benefit from this as well as the Harlyn Inn, that is just above the beach. Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant is in Padstow itself along with Paul Ainsworth’s Number 6. Nathan Outlaw’s The Mariners, Fish Kitchen and Restaurant Nathan Outlaw are across the estuary in Rock and Port Isaac. There are excellent vineyards at Trevibban Mill, near Padstow and the award winning Camel Valley is just a little distance up the Camel Estuary. The town of Wadebridge offers a wide range of interesting boutique shops as well as the Camel Trail foot and cycle path that runs alongside the beautiful Camel Estuary.
• Harlyn Bay: 0.8 Miles • Constantine Bay & Trevose Golf Club: 1 Mile • Constantine Bay Beach: 1.8 Miles • Treyarnon Bay: 2.2 Miles (beach) • Trevone: 2.3 Miles • Porthcothan Bay: 2.8 Miles (beach and cliff walks) • Padstow: 3 Miles (Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant) • Rock: 4.5 Miles (via Foot Ferry - Nathan Outlaw pub) • Newquay Airport: 8.3 Miles • Wadebridge: 9 Miles (Shops and Camel Trail) • Truro: 25 Miles