Sandpiper represents a unique opportunity to own an architect inspired seaside home. It comes with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, internal lift, a fabulous roof top terrace, balconies, and outstanding sea views in a pretty little known cove on the south east coast of Cornwall.
This luxury home is set on 4 floors and has been built using the highest specification and the latest building techniques. These include; high levels of insulation, powder coated Scandinavian windows and doors, heating by air source heat pumps that run the underfloor heating system and hot water. Making the most of the coastal location, the interiors are light and airy with huge bifold doors in the spectacular open plan living room which lead onto the balcony, engineered oak flooring throughout, and with glass doors and large picture windows in all the rooms to capture the view.
The bespoke kitchen design with its fully integrated appliances, the worktops, bathroom furniture, flooring, tiling and lighting all complement the coastal location of Portwrinkle. And the large roof terrace with its stunning sea views provides a fabulous al fresco area for relaxing and entertaining.
The Rame Peninsula is totally unspoilt and quite unique and is sometimes referred to as Cornwall’s ‘forgotten corner’ with its winding lanes, small villages and pretty coves. Portwrinkle was traditionally a fishing village and the old 17th century walls of the pilchard cellars are still standing. The village has a small harbour with two beaches and a Beach Caf serving traditional Cornish fare. In nearby Crafthole a short walk up the hill, there is a community shop, post office and the Finnygook Inn which serves locally sourced produce and ale. Nearby at Whitsand Bay is a 3 mile stretch of perfect sand.
The area is particularly attractive to those who enjoy the outdoors. You will see surfers along the beach at all times of the year, divers exploring the local wrecks, coves and creeks, fishing off the rocks at Rame, coarse fishing at a nearby lake and a multitude of walkers exploring the coastal paths. Next door the Whitsand Bay Golf Club is one of the most stunning cliff top courses in Cornwall with its distinctive landscape and rolling fairways. Should you wish to let your home out when you are not using it there is a full on site management and letting service provided.
So whether its surfing the swell, a cappuccino and the Sunday papers at the Beach Cafe or a round of golf followed by a pint at the local, the choice is yours.
A38 from Plymouth. Follow signs for Liskeard. After the Saltash Tunnel pass through Landrake and Tideford. At Trerulefoot, take direction Plymouth, Torpoint and Looe. Carry on through Polbathic, turn right to Crafthole and look for a sign for Portwrinkle 1/2 mile, turn right. All distances are approx.