MILLION POUND HOMES
Chy-an-Mor Greatwood, near Mylor
(Guide price £2.75 million)
Chy-an-Mor occupies an exceptional waterfront location set in approx two acres of beautifully planted, established gardens and grounds on the western bank of the Fal Estuary with far-reaching views over the sailing waters towards the countryside beyond in what has to be one of the loveliest parts of South Cornwall.
Chy-an-Mor faces east and enjoys plenty of sunshine commanding the most idyllic and uninterrupted views of the Fal Estuary and the Roseland Peninsula. During the sailing season the colourful sailing activity takes place directly in front of the house with moored boats to the south and during the winter is the spectacle of the Oyster boats. Mylor Harbour is a short boat ride away.
The house itself features four bedrooms (two ensuite), a pool room with kidney shaped pool, as well as a conservatory, drawing room, open-plan dining room and sitting room. Outside there is 1.5 acres of garden, 400ft of waterfrontage, a paddock and a gated private slipway with winch that leads down to a private beach.
1.5 acres of gardens
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Gated private slipway
Access to private beach
Open-plan dining room, sitting room and conservatory
Four bedrooms (two ensuite)
400ft of direct waterfrontage with views over the Carrick Roads
Private slipway (mooring by licence)
Paddock with stable
Indoor swimming pool
Tresaldon, Mawgan Porth
(Guide price £1.1 million)
Mawgan Porth is a popular and sought after location in North Cornwall, thanks to its magnificent sandy beach is famous for water sports activities for surfers and bathers alike and there are also stunning cliff and coastline walks.
Tresaldon sits on a large plot of enclosed gardens overlooking Mawgan Porth beach and coastline. The beach is a short walk away. There are stunning, far-reaching vistas out to sea and inland which have to be viewed to be fully appreciated.
Architect-designed and self-built in the early 1970s, the house is designed for flexible living and features an open plan living, dining and kitchen space. The ground floor also houses a large bedroom with ensuite, smaller bedroom, a study, utility, wc/cloakroom, store room and integral garage.
Two double bedrooms and a family bathroom occupy the first floor.
A small conservatory is accessed from the utility room and opens out onto a terrace. The rear garden is mainly lawn and very private.
Stunning sea views
Spaciously proportioned and versatile accommodation
Large private enclosed gardens
Driveway, parking and integral garage
Elevated position within a short walk of the beach
Jackie Stanley Estate Agents
1 North Quay, Padstow