Natural Bridges

8 bedroom property for sale in Mawgan Porth, Cornwall Collection

Guide price
£2,500,000

At a glance

  • 8 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • EPC Grade: B
  • Postcode: TR8 4HH

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Property Particulars

An exciting opportunity to acquire an entirely unique and contemporary property set in a private eight-acre wooded valley located just one-mile inland from Mawgan Porth. Offering tranquil countryside views and benefitting from a separate 2-bedroom stone holiday cottage, along with planning permissions for several existing outbuildings and an additional cabin in the woods designed by 2019 RIBA South West award-winning architect Ben Huggins.

• Approached via a private concrete track and gravelled driveway, Natural Bridges was originally a Dairy farm and featured in episode two of Channel 4's Grand Designs in 2018. EPC band B.
• 5-bedrooms, 3-bathrooms (2 en-suite), boot/wet room, W.C.
• Exceptional open plan living / kitchen /dining spaces with a separate study and underfloor heating throughout. In all approx. 400 sq.m /4000 sq.ft
• Separate traditional Cornish stone barn with 2-bedrooms, a generous enclosed garden with a hot tub and proven holiday letting history. In all approx. 80 sq.m/ 861 sq.ft. EPC band D
• Several outbuildings include a block built 2-bedroom annex, a converted dairy with kitchen and W.C, and a WW2 Nissen Hut and car port.

NATURAL BRIDGES:
Affording an extremely private location out of the prevailing Atlantic wind, only 5 minutes from the coast, Natural Bridges offers versatile accommodation set in a sheltered 'micro-climate' with its own woodland and stream. This exceptional architectural design delivers on all fronts; with 5m high ceilings, a cantilevered wing suspended above enchanting grounds, structural glazing revealing breath taking rural views from all the principal rooms and impressive lateral living spaces designed with stylish and understated interiors.

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LOCATION:
Situated between Padstow and Newquay on the rugged north Cornwall coast, Mawgan Porth offers a golden stretch of sand where fantastic breakers make for excellent surfing. Stunning scenery, several excellent golf courses and spectacular coastal and country walks including those of the renowned Seven Bays, make this hotspot a favourite with locals and visitors alike. The bay itself offers a local store, public house, a surf school and several cafes and eateries including nearby Scot and Babs, while fine dining can be found at the award-winning Scarlet Hotel, with first class spa and recreational facilities available at The Scarlet & Bedruthan Hotel. Rick Stein's Seafood restaurant, Paul Ainsworth's Michelin starred No.6 and seafood bar Prawn On The Lawn can be found just a few miles along the coast in picturesque Padstow. Well situated for ease of transport, Mawgan Porth is less than a 15-minute drive off the main A30 and just five minutes away from Newquay Airport.

THE ACCOMMODATION:
Entrance hallway with 13 m long roof light | Boot room | Wet room and W.C.| Steps down to the open plan 17m long kitchen, dining and living space with poured concrete floors, bespoke Broad & Turner kitchen, wood burner and free-standing bookcase room divider | Study| Pantry | Utility room | Door to the veranda and garden
Steps up to: Family bathroom with twin basins, shower and separate bath |Guest en-suite bedroom |Three further double bedrooms |Master en-suite with dual aspect windows, dressing area, twin basins, shower and separate bath.

MEDIA:
Satellite broadband | Sky TV | USB/datapoints in every room | Audio cabling built in for surround system in TV room.

OUTSIDE:
Concrete track and gravelled driveway with parking for numerous cars/boats | WW2 Nissen Hut and car port | Block built 2-bedroom annex 64 sq.m | Converted block ‘Dairy’ 82 sq.m and basement| Storage sheds | Lawned garden | Naturalised gardens with woodland and stream | Plant shed | Cellar with underfloor heating and electric access.

THE BARN:
A separate, traditional Cornish stone barn with an enclosed lawned garden and hot tub enjoying peaceful countryside views. Private parking. 80 sq.m/ 861 sq.ft. EPC band D

Ground floor: Entrance hall | Twin bedroom | Double bedroom | Bathroom with wet room shower and separate bath, W.C. | Utility room |Steps leading to;

First Floor: Open plan kitchen, dining, living room with wood burner

SERVICES:
Mains gas, electricity and water plus separate borehole. Private drainage for each of the properties. Underfloor digitally controlled heating. Waste and recycling collection.

PLANNING PERMISSIONS:
Additional contemporary cabin on stilts in the woods | Development of existing outbuildings.

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