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Sea Road, Carlyon Bay, St. Austell, PL25

Guide price £2,750,000


5 Beds 4 Baths 1 Reception

REF: TRU200084


  • Galleried entrance hall
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Dining area
  • Sitting room
  • Study/bedroom 5
  • FIRST FLOOR - Four first floor bedroom suites. Balcony serving the three front bedrooms
  • OUTSIDE -Triple garage
  • Sun terrace with garden pod
  • Enclosed gardens
  • Generous driveway parking


A MAGNIFICENT CONTEMPORARY RESIDENCE SET IN THIS HIGHLY FAVOURED RESIDENTIAL ROAD AND BENEFITTING FROM EXCELLENT SEA VIEWS. Located in a fabulous position along Sea Road in a front line setting, is this recently constructed four/five bedroom family home which provides the most outstanding panoramic views from Chapel Point to Gribben Head. This exceptional home has been designed and built to the very highest specification which is evident in every room combining the quality of the materials and standard of finish which has been filled with all the latest technology and gadgets. Every modern luxury has been provided for and these, combined with spacious and flexible accommodation, creates a wonderful family home providing a southerly vista over the surrounding countryside, coastline and English Channel. Internally the well-proportioned accommodation is spread over two floors incorporating beautifully finished open plan reception rooms with marble flooring and Villeroy and Boch tiling plus generous bedroom suites complete with dressing areas and well-appointed spacious en-suites fitted with Jacuzzi sanitary ware and Villeroy and Boch tiling. The kitchen in particular has been beautifully fitted out in Poggenpohl style units with complementing granite work surfaces complete with Miele appliances including two double conventional fan ovens, steam combination oven and microwave combination oven all with grills, two double warming plate ovens, red and white wine drinks cooler, induction five ring hob, coffee machine, full length fridge, separate freezer and two dishwashers. Each opening drawer and cupboard in the kitchen has been fitted with an electric opening system providing a contemporary finish with drawers and cupboards not needing any handles. The central island unit, which houses some of the Miele appliances, also features a central raising drinks storage area which makes an unusual yet brilliant feature. There is also a sunken television fitted within the kitchen units which appears on the push of a button. Further modern electronic technology has been accounted for with sophisticated lighting throughout, LED interchanging lighting throughout the ground floor, Sky + points fitted in the sitting room, kitchen, study and all the bedrooms and central computer hub controlling the security and intercom video system plus full CCTV and burglar alarm system. All of the windows within the property are aluminium powder coated with the majority of them featuring vertical strip manually operated blinds. The central curved windows are a superb design feature and are fitted at both ground and first floor level. Patio doors feature within both sets of windows and either provide access to the sun terrace, enclosed by glass railings, at ground floor level or the generous decked balcony at first floor level, where views of the English Channel and coastline can be enjoyed. At first floor level there is a balcony serving the three bedrooms and again is enclosed by glass railings. THE LOCATION Sea Road is considered to be one of the most exclusive coastal settings in the county on the south coast Cornish Riviera. Close by will be found Carlyon Bay Golf Course and the coastal footpath which provides a short walk down to the attractive harbour village of Charlestown, now of international renown due to its tall ships and harbour often used for period film sets. Also in Sea Road is the Four Star Carlyon Bay Hotel and within Carlyon Bay is a range of restaurants and local shopping close at hand. The property is conveniently located for access to the world famous Eden Project at nearby Bodelva and The Lost Gardens of Heligan at Mevagissey, a little way along the coast. The town of St Austell is located just three miles to the west and has recently undergone a substantial rebuild and refurbishment project in the town centre, which has greatly enhanced this retail facility. The town offers a fine selection of retail and commercial facilities with supermarkets and numerous sports clubs surrounding the town centre There is also an excellent choice of primary and secondary schooling and a mainline railway station which connects directly to London Paddington. There is easy access via St Austell to the A30 and the A38 both of which remain largely dual carriageway all the way to Exeter, where they join the M5. The county town of Truro is found just 14 miles to the west and provides a more comprehensive range of commercial and banking facilities and an excellent shopping centre which caters for all needs one would expect from the county's main town. Truro also offers a wide range of either private or state schooling along with a main line railway link to London Paddington. Both the sailing waters of the Carrick Roads on the south coast and the surfing beaches on the north coast are within ten miles drive and there are also a number of golf courses within a ten mile radius.