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6 bedroom detached house for sale
Daymer Bay House, Daymer Bay, North Cornwall PL27 6SA
- Prime beachfront position
- 3 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms
- Substantial garden
- Swimming pool, tennis court
- Approx 2.4 acres
Daymer Bay is situated at the end of Daymer Lane in the village of Trebetherick between Polzeath and Rock in North Cornwall.This world famous bay is encircled by a spectacular sandy beach and sheltered by a backdrop of fields and woods. It is exceptionally popular being a safe family beach at the mouth of the Camel Estuary. Daymer Bay House fronts onto the dunes and beach offering a prime waterfront position.When the tide is right it is possible to walk along the beach to Rock in one direction and to Polzeath and Greenaway Beach along footpaths in the other. Rock and Polzeath provide shopping, both essential and luxury, and an outstanding range of boating and water sport retail, hire and tuition services.
The Camel Estuary and the Atlantic Heritage Coastline provide a sanctuary for anything water based. In particular this stretch of the coast is widely regarded for its internationally acclaimed surf and dramatic cliff top scenery, which is interspersed by quaint fishing villages such as Port Isaac. Daymer Bay backs onto St. Enodoc golf course, a beautiful undulating links course, and the renowned fine dining heart of theWest Country at Padstow is just a short trip by boat. Further afield the Dartmoor National Park (about 50 miles) is recognised for its Tors, breathtaking scenery and associated outdoor pursuits.The cathedral city of Truro (about 32 miles) provides all of the usual retail and administrative services.
The main line railway runs from Bodmin Parkway (about 18 miles) to London Paddington on which there are express day services.The nearby Atlantic Highway meets the A30 dual carriageway to Exeter from where the national motorway network is accessed. Newquay Airport is about 20 miles away which links to much of the UK and the Scilly Isles, and Exeter International Airport, which offers flights to destinations as far as Canada, is about 80 miles away. Plymouth provides ferry services to a multitude of destinations.
Available for the first time since 1987, Daymer Bay House has a unique combination of setting, style, size and comfort. Few seaside houses in the area have such generous gardens that include a swimming pool and tennis court. The house is built of stone and part slate elevations with white sash windows under a pitched slate roof.The white wooden front door opens into a large hall from which the spacious reception rooms are easily accessed.The house inside is very light as a result of its generous windows overlooking the garden and bay beyond.The drawing room and dining room both have fireplaces and French windows which open onto the terraces.The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with an AGA and white wooden units, of which the surfaces have a smart dark marble finish. French windows open from the kitchen onto the terraces which makes dining outside in the summer effortless. There is a bedroom downstairs and a bathroom beside it.A conservatory is positioned at the end of the house and is used by the current owners as a study with far reaching views across the garden towards Brea Hill.The majority of the ground floor has a wooden floor throughout with the exception of the drawing room and downstairs bedroom which are laid to carpet.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms.The master bedroom is ensuite with a contemporary and stylish bathroom, has built in wardrobes and French windows opening onto a balcony with views over the garden and bay.Two of the three further bedrooms are ensuite with one of those ensuite bathrooms also opening onto the landing to service the third further bedroom. The single story side wing to the house has a bedroom, shower room and contains the boiler. This also serves as a drying room to hang wet wetsuits and store golf equipment.
From M5 Exeter:
Follow the A30 towards Okehampton and Bodmin,After Launceston fork off the A395 towardsWadebridge.AtWadebridge follow the B3314 following signs for Rock. Upon entering
Pityme, immediately look out for signs on the right to Trebetherick.Take this turning and follow
the road to Trebetherick.After entering the village, look out for a turning on the left to Daymer Lane.
Drive down Daymer Lane and Daymer Bay House is the last property before the dead end on
the left hand side.