Crinnis Close, Carlyon Bay

Offers Over £850,000

A superb, highly spacious and quality family home providing versatile accommodation within well enclosed and level gardens. Positioned in a traffic-free location within a few minutes’ walk of Carlyon Bay beach, spa hotel and championship golf course, this best-in-class home offers a convenient and well-connected south coast lifestyle.

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  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: G


Property Features

  • Coastal location
  • Close to beach
  • Detached
  • Traffic-free position
  • Spacious and versatile accommodation
  • Well enclosed,level and private gardens
  • Double garage and driveway
  • In excess of 3,880 sq ft of accommodation


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What our client said
"From day one, Tim had our interests at heart, with solid advice on both the value of our house and the state of the market. He then progressed the sale until he was completely satisfied we had the right buyer. You made the process stress-free. From the accurate valuation, ensuring the whole team visited the house prior to the sale, to the continuous unprompted communication, and with some humour! We are sad to say goodbye to Pen A Maen, but very happy a local family will make some new memories."

Carlyon Bay Golf Club – 250 yards; The Carlyon Bay Hotel – 350 yards; Carlyon Bay beach – 600 yards; Charlestown – 1.5; Duporth beach – 2; Porthpean beach – 3; Eden Project – 3; Par (mainline rail) -3; Fowey – 6; Mevagissey – 7.5; Lost Gardens of Heligan – 8; Lanhydrock (A30) – 10; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 16; Truro – 16.5;

(All distances are approximate and in miles)

The location
Crinnis Close is a private road off Sea Road in Carlyon Bay, one of Cornwall’s most highly regarded coastal addresses. ‘Pen A Maen’ enjoys a quiet traffic-free location and a wooded backdrop within a few minutes’ walk of the golf course, beach, Carlyon Bay Hotel (spa and tennis courts) and the southwest coast path.

Carlyon Bay beach consists of three adjoining coves, Crinnis, Shorthorn and Polgaver, combining to create nearly two miles of beach enjoying a southerly aspect. A great place to launch your paddle board or kayak to explore the surrounding coves and beaches of St Austell Bay.

Local amenities within a few minutes of Crinnis Close include Edies restaurant (Carlyon Bay’s best kept secret), Indian and Chinese restaurants and a local coffee shop/delicatessen.

The historic and picturesque harbourside village of Charlestown, a lead setting in BBC’s Poldark, is just over a mile away and the beaches of Duporth, Porthpean and Pentewan are all within a very short drive. The world-class and award-winning attraction, The Eden Project, is located to the north of St Austell with The Lost Gardens of Heligan being found to the west of the town. Nearby St Austell is a busy Cornish town on the mainline rail to London Paddington, as is Par, 2.5 and 3 miles away respectively.
Just six miles or so along the coast is the beautifully timeless waterside town of Fowey with its wonderful atmosphere, popular sailing, watersports, and fascinating history, all complemented by an eclectic array of boutiques and restaurants.
In the other direction, the Roseland peninsula is bordered by the Fal Estuary to the west and St Austell Bay to the east. The area has been designated part of Cornwall’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for the quality of its landscape, unspoilt beauty and coastal scenery.