4 bedroom property for sale in Epphaven, Near Port Quin, North Cornwall
£2,350,000 Under offer
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• Uninterrupted views over the Atlantic Ocean
• Nestled in approximately 6 acres (2.4 hectares) of private grounds including woodlands, double garage and direct access to the coastal footpath
• Currently a well maintained 4/5 bedroom property extending to 2346 sq. ft (217.9 sq. m)
• Exciting opportunity for refurbishment or a redevelopment (subject to the necessary planning permission)
• Minutes from the beach at Epphaven, a large sandy beach. One of the area’s best kept secrets
• Within a short drive of the world famous surfing beach at Polzeath and sought after waterside village of Rock. Easily accessible via the coast path
Set in approximately 6 acres of private grounds elevated above the coastal footpath, Epphaven House occupies a truly unrivalled position with unobstructed views of the rugged coastline around to Pentire Point and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. Currently a 4/5 bedroom treasured family home, the current accommodation consists of well-proportioned rooms laid out over 2 floors and represents an excellent opportunity for refurbishment or redevelopment in this magnificent setting.
Accessed via long private driveway, the accommodation briefly comprises:
GROUND FLOOR: expansive sun room ~ sitting room ~ dining room ~ kitchen with generous separate utility ~ 5th bedroom/study ~ WC ~ plant room
FIRST FLOOR: Master bedroom with ensuite ~ 3 further bedrooms ~ family bathroom ~ WC
THE GROUNDS & LOCATION
The property enjoys grounds extending to just under 6 acres including small woodland, direct access on to the coastal footpath, double garaging and gardens with uninterrupted views of the Atlantic Ocean. Within 500 yards the sandy beach of Epphaven is the perfect spot to take a dip or a short walk away you can find the quaint hamlet of Port Quin, renowned for its pretty harbour, kayaking and coasteering. Continuing on the coastal footpath you will reach Port Isaac, a traditional working fishing village consisting of old cottages huddled around its picturesque harbour made famous in recent years by the filming of Doc Martin and the Fishermen’s Friends.
The highly acclaimed waterside resorts of Polzeath and Rock are within minutes drive and offer world class surfing and sailing respectively. Rock has all the facilities required for day-to-day living, including a wide range of grocery and clothing stores with Wadebridge approximately 6 miles distant offering more extensive facilities. For the food lover, locally there is a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs including; Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac, The St Enodoc Hotel and The Mariners Pub in Rock, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s No. 6 in Padstow. The ferry and water taxi make travelling to Padstow both enjoyable and easy.
Mains water & electricity ~ private drainage ~ oil fired central heating