This truly magnificent and superbly appointed Victorian detached holiday property, approached by a rough track, commands stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean from almost every window. Built in 1860 for the captain of the local tin mine, it has been renovated to a high standard, whilst retaining many of its original features. Nestled into the hillside overlooking the hamlet of Carnyorth, this majestic three-storey granite property occupies a commanding position with uninterrupted views of the Western Approaches and the Isles of Scilly. The coastal path with its breathtaking views is just ½ mile away from the house. This area has been granted World Heritage status and is perfectly located for for visiting this idyllic area of Cornwall. Visit Land’s End, Penzance, St Ives and Sennen Cove with its white sandy beach which is popular with surfers. Also nearby is the romantic open-air Minack Theatre which is cut into the cliffs and overlooks the ocean. The busy square in St Just provides numerous shops, art galleries, pubs and cafés. Shops 2 miles, pub ½ mile.
Living room with wood-burning stove and sea views. Sitting room with open fire and sea views. Large garden/dining room with French doors to garden. Large well-equipped kitchen with Aga and electric cooker, Belfast sink, granite worktops and tiled floor. Utility. Cloakroom/shower room (power shower) with toilet. First floor: Double bedroom with Victorian style bedstead, walk-in wardrobe and sea view. Two twin bedrooms, one with sea view and one with rural view. Bathroom with double-ended free standing bath, shower cubicle (power shower) and toilet. Second floor: Double bedroom with antique oak furniture, sea and rural views and en-suite shower room (power shower) with toilet.