Exceptional brand new house, set in an elevated position above Portwrinkle Beach, maximising the amazing south facing views of the beach and open sea beyond that this spectacular site enjoys.
The properties have been carefully designed so as to offer a buyer virtually all they could wish for from a coastal home. Finished and specified to a very high standard throughout, the four storey layout provides views from every floor of the living accommodation and has a staircase to all floors and integral lift access to all except the top floor, enabling all age groups to enjoy these fantastic properties.
The ground floor comprises of the large integral double garage, which provides comfortable parking for two cars. There is an integral door opening into the inner entrance hall where the lift and staircase are located. Accessed at the rear of garage are the good-sized separate utility and boiler rooms offering ample space for the drying of wetsuits etc. The 17’1” x 8’7” main entrance hall has also been designed so it can also be used as a games room and there is also storage space for outdoor clothing.
The first floor houses the three main bedrooms, each of which enjoy great views and have either a Juliet or full outside balcony. The master bedroom suite has a good sized en suite bathroom and there is a family bathroom with shower serving bedrooms 2 and 3.
The main living room and kitchen is set on the second floor along with bedroom 4 and a further shower room. The sublime open plan kitchen living room has amazing views via its almost wall to wall concertina doors that also open out onto a large balcony. The layout of the room comfortably has space for a large dining table and numerous chairs or sofas, making it an exceptionally sociable space.
The third floor is home to bedroom 5 / study, a further shower room and the large roof top terrace. The 28’ x 17’ roof terrace is an exceptional space and has outstanding far reaching sea and coastal views and has also been designed with provision for a hot tub.
The properties will have a maintenance charge that covers the cleaning of windows, outside balustrading and maintenance of the driveway, gardening and communal areas.
Portwrinkle is a perfect coastal destination within the extraordinary and unspoilt coastal region of the Rame Peninsula, slightly away from the more well known and busier tourist routes. This picturesque south facing former fishing village has two beaches that are within a short walk of Guillemot as well as the renowned Gook Beach Café and the ancient harbour (kayak and dinghy storage by permit). On the headland above the village and accessible just yards from Guillemott, is the excellent links golf course of Whitsand Bay. There are also numerous breath taking coastal walks nearby.
The Rame Peninsula offers the beautiful Mount Edgcumbe estate, as well as easy access to Plymouth with its comprehensive shopping, cool bars and eateries of The Old Royal William Yard and the famous Barbican area.
Nearby Crafthole has a community shop/post office and community hall. Further amenities include the Portwrinkle Golf Club and award winning “The View” restaurant together with other notable public houses and restaurants, including the Finnygook Inn which is currently under extensive refurbishment.
The constant passage of commercial, naval and pleasure craft around Whitsand Bay approaching the entrance to Plymouth Sound, makes this an extraordinary, distracting and inspirational outlook.
The nearby villages of Kingsand and Cawsand both have a welcoming community, home to the Rame Gig Club, they are well equipped with a variety of local shops, pubs and restaurants together with a sailing club and other facilities. The Rame Peninsula is relatively little known, often described as ‘Cornwall’s forgotten corner, ’ forming part of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with quiet beaches and outlined by the South West Coastal Path. The Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, an 800 acre area of coastal woodland and open hillsides, is possibly one of the most beautiful and varied locations of Cornwall is only 8 miles distant.
Within Whitsand Bay lies hms Scylla, the ex-Royal Navy frigate was sent to the bottom of Whitsand Bay on March 27th 2004, to become an artificial reef. Since then the wreck has enjoyed lasting success with dive trips and provides a home to a community of marine life.
The village of Anthony (3 miles), has a popular primary school, also within the catchment area of two Plymouth grammar schools, with their excellent reputation. There are a much wider range of facilities available in the riverside town of Torpoint with its sailing club and deep water moorings.
The town of Saltash has a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts and the city of Plymouth with its historic Barbican and beautiful waterfront (with various marinas) lies within commuting distance. The mainline railway station can be accessed at St. Germans (4 miles) providing an excellent commuting facility (Plymouth - London Paddington 3 hours)
• Beaches: 100 Metres • Whitsand Bay Golf Club: 150 Metres • St Germans Railway Station: 3.5 Miles • Looe: 8 Miles • Fowey via Bodinnick Ferry: 18 Miles • Newquay Airport: 37 Miles