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Key features

  • Exceptional coastal position
  • Direct access to the coastal path and Tregardock beach
  • 5 Bedroom Farmhouse
  • 1-Bedroom Bothy
  • 29 acres


Tregardock lies in an exceptional position on a headland on the beautiful North Cornwall Coast. The farmhouse provides over 3,500 sq ft of well-presented accommodation configured over two floors and enjoys breath-taking coastal and countryside views from every room. The- property benefits from a detached one-bedroom
cottage currently used as a successful holiday let as well as several outbuildings. Tregardock enjoys 29 acres of rolling grounds providing a secluded and peaceful haven.

A bright and welcoming entrance hall leads through to the property’s ground floor reception rooms which include a spacious drawing room with a feature fireplace, wood stove and a triple-aspect providing a wealth of natural light and panoramic views. There is also a dining room and an adjoining sitting room providing a comfortable place to relax with a fireplace fitted with a woodburning stove. The kitchen has farmhouse style units and plenty of worktop space as well as space for a breakfast table and an electric cooker and Rayburn. Also on the ground floor is a larder and a downstairs cloakroom. There are attractive polished wood floors throughout the ground floor. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms and a smaller single bedroom. The generous principal bedroom benefits from fitted storage and a walk-in wardrobe which could also be a dressing room or en suite bathroom, as well as a large bay window providing far reaching sea views. The first floor also has two spacious family bathrooms and a separate WC.

Within the property’s grounds is a detached one-bedroom bothy with an open-plan sitting room and kitchen and a shower room. The bothy further benefits from a detached utility room providing useful space for storage and appliances as well as its own enclosed garden. The Bothy could be used for multi-generational/guest accommodation or alternatively could a be a home office

The property is set in far reaching gardens and grounds of approximately 29 acres with spectacular views over the rolling countryside and the Atlantic beyond. Surrounding the property is a well-maintained walled garden with a variety of established shrubs and a terraced area providing an ideal spot for alfresco dining and for admiring the exceptional views. Within the property’s grounds are several outbuildings including two barns, a log store, freezer room, oil shed and an additional store that provide development potential subject to the necessary consents. A gravel driveway leads to the front of the farmhouse where there is parking space for multiple vehicles as well as access to the detached outhouse and single garage. A footpath leads from above the property to the incredible cliffs and coastal rock formations, as well as to the picturesque nearby beaches.

The property occupies a superb position, set just back from the dramatic headland and moments from the stunning Tregardock beach on the north Cornwall coast. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the area provides breath-taking walking, cycling and riding routes with the South West Coast Path nearby, offering spectacular routes along the rugged coastline. The camel trail and Bodmin moor are also within easy reach providing further opportunities for outdoor pursuits while there are also numerous beaches with miles of golden sands to explore and world class surfing. The picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac is close by, rich in maritime history and known for its narrow streets, charming, whitewashed cottages and superb coastal views and walks. Nearby Camelford has several local amenities, including a small supermarket and other local shops, plus pubs, cafés, restaurants and primary and secondary schooling while a further extensive range of amenities can be found in the attractive shopping town of Wadebridge which is located on the River Camel just over 10 miles away.



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Port Isaac, Cornwall


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Strutt & Parker, National Country House Department

43 Cadogan Street, London, SW3 2PR

One of the UK’s leading agents in selling, buying and letting town and country houses and cottages, London houses and flats, new homes, farms and estates and residential development land around the country with expert local knowledge backed up by national expertise to ensure a quality service.

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