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Key features

  • For sale for the first time in circa 40 years
  • Stunning views of Camel Estuary
  • 3500 square feet of accommodation
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • 9 bedrooms
  • Circa 0.4 acres of gardens and grounds
  • Parking for 6 cars and garage
  • EPC E. Council Tax Band B - plus Business Rates.


For sale for the first time in circa 40 years, one of Padstow's true landmark houses. Treverbyn House is a handsome and substantial detached house of appealing proportions, located in an elevated setting, positioned within very large gardens and grounds of approximately 0.4 acres, enjoying panoramic views over the Camel Estuary towards Rock on the opposite shore.

The property has been run for many years by the current owners as a boutique Bed & Breakfast and due to retirement, a recent successful planning application now allows for the property to have a change of use to a substantial principal or second home. Due to its current use, the three-storey layout was adjusted to provide more bedroom accommodation, with there being 9 bedrooms now in total but if preferred, it would be relatively straightforward to revert back to the original layout where the ground floor rooms were all reception rooms. The architectural feature of the house is the turret, which provides the living room and main first floor bedroom with a dedicated area in which to sit and enjoy the panoramic views. There is close to 3500 square feet of accommodation overall, with its 5 principal bedrooms positioned across the ground and first floors, with each being a sizeable en-suite double bedroom and 3 also have stunning views of the estuary. Two good-sized reception rooms and the kitchen complete the ground floor layout, with the living room being the feature room, due to its amazing estuary views and its turret area. The additional 4 bedrooms are all located on the second floor and they are serviced by a shower room. Please see the floor plans for the full layout of the accommodation.

Outside - Externally Treverbyn House also provides some very rare attributes for a property in Padstow. It is set centrally within its gardens and grounds that extend overall to approximately 0.4 acres. These provide it with excellent sized outside areas at both its front and rear. The front garden is all about the views, as there is a large terrace and substantial decked area, from which you can sit and enjoy the amazing panoramic vistas of the estuary. A short flight of steps descend down to a very sizeable lawned area, which is surrounded by numerous attractive mature shrubs and bushes, that also provide a great sense of privacy and security. There is a pedestrian gate opening from the front garden onto Station Road below, allowing very easy and quick access to the old town below. The rear garden is a superbly sized southerly facing area, currently arranged mostly into an area of large lawn and a vegetable garden. There is vehicular access from Treverbyn Road that leads onto a large driveway, providing off-street parking for at least 6 cars too. There is a detached garage located on the southerly boundary. Due to the size of the grounds and subject to all requisite planning permissions, there is also excellent potential for further extensions to the house, if required and there is also potential for a second residence too, as has happened with the neighbouring property.

Location - Padstow is one of the most sought-after coastal town locations in the whole of the south-west of England. Renowned for its picturesque harbour and its position overlooking the magnificent Camel Estuary. The town has become a destination of choice for Foodies due to its internationally renowned celebrity restauranteurs, Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth. Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant is located just a short walk away on the harbour and Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin starred restaurant No 6 is positioned in nearby Middle Street. There are many more exceptional local restaurants, pubs and boutique shops set amongst Padstow’s picture-perfect harbourside streets.

To the south of Padstow is a magnificent stretch of coastline known locally as the Seven Bays, named after its 7 beautiful beaches and bays that offer a different beach for each day of the week. The area is quite simply one of the most beautiful parts of Cornwall, loved by so many for its exceptional lifestyle opportunities and its mile upon mile of dramatic and rugged coastline. For the keen golfer there is the championship course at Trevose / Constantine Bay and across the estuary at Rock is St Enodoc, voted in the top 100 courses in the UK.

Just a few miles outside Padstow is the award-winning vineyard of Trevibban Mill and the long established Camel Valley Vineyard is just a little further upstream of Padstow, overlooking the Camel River. The attractive neighbouring town of Wadebridge is just 8 miles away and offers a wider range of excellent shopping facilities and services. The exceptionally popular Camel Trail foot and cycle path runs alongside the beautiful Camel Estuary and this leads to Wadebridge and inland to Bodmin.


Treverbyn House
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Band: B
PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
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