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The Tower, Lewinnick Cove House, Esplanade Road, TR7

Guide price £315,000

Under offer

1 Bed 1 Bath 1 Reception

REF: TRU210050


  • Ground Floor - Sitting Room
  • FIRST FLOOR -Kitchen. Bathroom
  • SECOND FLOOR - Bedroom
  • Communal Gardens
  • Parking
  • The property also owns a 5th of the sea water swimming pool, BBQ area, terraces which you will have the use of
  • Fractional Ownership (2/3rds)


A DETACHED ONE BEDROOMED PROPERTY BUILT INTO PENTIRE POINT AT LEWINNICK COVE WITH SOME OF NORTH CORNWALL'S FINEST SEA VIEWS FRACTIONAL OWNERSHIP (2/3RDS) The Tower is a deceptively private property that was part of the Lewinnick Cove development, constructed in the late 1920's, built into the cliffs along Pentire headland. The Tower standing separately from the main building provides versatile accommodation and living space. The light and airy property occupies one of the most dramatic coastal positions in the UK. The stairs from the entrance hallway lead up to the large bedroom with a UPVC door leading onto the balcony offering the most spectacular views. The modern kitchen includes a breakfast bar with fitted units featuring matching drawers and cupboards with roll-top surfaces. There is an integral oven and induction hob, with a stainless-steel sink and drainer. A door leads to a smartly tiled wet room with a fitted basin, the window also enjoys the splendid views. A staircase in the kitchen leads down to the sitting room with panoramic, stunning views all the way across to Fistral Beach, seen through bifold doors. This dramatic building shares the unspoiled East Pentire Headland with only one other building the Lewinnick Lodge, an excellent pub/restaurant, close enough to walk to yet far enough away to ensure total privacy. The Tower is within walking distance of Newquay (along a coastal path) but remains entirely isolated from the town. East Pentire Headland is positioned between two fabulous sandy beaches, Fistral and Crantock and the property even has its own sea pool, carved out of the rock at the base of the house. Newquay sits at the heart of Cornwall, close to the A30, the main route through the county, which makes it a great base from which to explore the rest of Cornwall.