Headland Road, Carbis Bay
Commanding mesmerising panoramic sea views from St Ives in the west, over Carbis Bay and across to Godrevy lighthouse, a sensational apartment with world-class interiors and stunning attention to detail, blending taste, style and durability impeccably.
- Remodelled in 2017
- Extremely high quality
- Superb attention to detail
- Incredible views of the sea and beach
- Two double bedrooms (master en suite)
- Undercover parking space
Carbis Bay beach – 500 yards; West Cornwall Golf Club – 1.3; St Ives – 2; Gwithian – 7; Marazion - 7; Gurnard’s Head (Zennor) – 8.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 37.5;
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
•Completely renovated, remodelled, designed and curated in 2016/17 by Monotypic architectural and interior design
•Unique, bespoke and extremely high quality interiors of a world-class standard
•Mesmerising sea views of Carbis Bay beach, St Ives and the open ocean
•Contemporary, calming and luxurious
•Open plan living with high end kitchen, fitted dining space and living area, all taking in the outstanding views
•Master bedroom with stunning en suite bathroom
•Second double bedroom
•Discrete storage throughout
Detailed brochure available to download.
The Grounds & Parking
•Undercover parking space (carport)
•Communal lawned gardens extending the full width of the building
•Easy access to the coast path and beach
Positioned along Headland Road and commanding uninterrupted, frontline sea views with the beautiful beach at Carbis Bay taking centre stage, Number 5 is located within a short walk of the beach, one of west Cornwall’s finest, and often much quieter than the busy beaches at St Ives.
Paddleboarding, kayaking and surfing are all on offer, along with scenic walks and inspiring runs along the coast path, or a round of golf at the nearby golf club, one of Cornwall’s most breathtaking. The branchline railway provides a regular service to St Ives with a mainline connection at nearby St Erth meaning that day trips are easy and varied.
The clarity of light, sandy beaches and turquoise waters of the bays in this area have attracted artists and holiday makers to this idyllic seaside location since the 19th century. With a rich history and fascinating seafaring heritage, the winding cobbled streets of St Ives that were once the homes and inns of sailors and fishermen are now peppered with boutique shops, quality restaurants, pubs and cafes showcasing Cornwall’s fabulous delicacies.