Property code: 51999
Superior detached residence over looking Port Navas, sleeping eight, located on the banks of the Helford and complete with gardens, furniture and slipway for boat launch and recovery.
Revel in your own slice of Cornish luxury at this grand four-bedroom manor house that sits proudly on the slopes of the Helford River estuary, just 6 miles from vibrant Falmouth. Perfect for a large family or a special celebration with friends, enjoy the mature gardens down to the water’s edge, complete with a secret summer house, and reconnect in the spacious living areas.
Your holiday begins the moment you step into the cavernous entrance hall of this fantastic house and claim it as your own. Wander through to the light and airy kitchen with fabulous views over the garden and the creek. It’s a special space, with a large dining table in the bay window and an adjoining sun lounge that is perfect for the kids to play in while you get dinner ready. Take your pick from the traditional AGA or electric oven and rustle up a feast for the hungry hordes. There’s a separate dining room for those special occasions and a huge living room with a roaring open fire where the whole gang can gather for lively games of charades or cosy movie nights. A terrace extends right along the rear of the house, with access from both the living room and the sun lounge which on summer days creates a lovely inside/outside flow. Everyone will enjoy a leisurely swing in the shaded hanging chair, and there’s a gas BBQ for laid-back lunches alfresco. A king-size bedroom on the ground floor is ideal for less mobile guests or teens who stay up late, and there’s an additional downstairs shower room too. And with two of the three upstairs bedrooms boasting en-suite bath or shower rooms, morning queues will not be an issue. Outside, the mature garden has a lawn for family games of cricket, and winds right down to the shores of the creek. A secluded summer house complete with electricity is a real treat, and there is a private slipway and mooring for visiting boat-owners.