Godolphin Cross, near Helston


Located within a quiet village, moments from the historic Godolphin House and within a short drive of Helston and Porthleven, this discreetly situated and hugely characterful home is remarkably spacious, bespoke and a genuine surprise with beautifully appointed accommodation complemented by level and enclosed gardens – the perfect base from which to enjoy the very best of west and south Cornwall.

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  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2


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Godolphin House & Gardens (National Trust) – 0.7; Praa Sands – 3.5; Porthleven – 4.5; Helston – 5; Prussia Cove – 5.5; Perranuthnoe – 5.5; St Erth (mainline rail) – 6; Marazion – 6.5; Gwithian – 8; Carbis Bay – 8.5; St Ives – 9.5; Penzance – 10; Falmouth – 19; Truro – 23; Cornwall Airport – 36.5

(All distances are approximate and in miles)

Tenure, services & general information
Freehold. Mains electricity and water with private drainage. Oil-fired central heating. Broadband: Superfast Fibre is available (https://www.openreach.com/fibre-checker/my-products).
Part of the property (the master bedroom) forms a small area of flying freehold over the neighbouring property.

Cross Barn occupies a discrete position on the edge of the quiet rural village of Godolphin Cross and is within a few miles of some of southwest Cornwall’s most beautiful beaches and coastal destinations including Porthleven, Praa Sands, Prussia Cove, Poldhu, Mount’s Bay, St Ives and Carbis Bay. Within walking distance is the National Trust-owned Godolphin House, dating from the 1400s and set within grounds of over 500 acres.

This area of Cornwall is steeped in history and natural beauty. To the south, The Lizard Peninsula is defined by its small fishing villages, open countryside and the timeless Helford, one of Cornwall’s best sailing rivers. To the west, Mount’s Bay is dominated by St Michael’s Mount before leading around Penzance to the fishing port of Newlyn and pretty Mousehole. Beyond, the far west juts defiantly into the Atlantic; this area of Cornwall has for generations attracted and inspired many celebrated artists and writers. To the north, and just eight miles away, one of Cornwall’s finest expanses of sand, Gwithian, awaits with endless galleries and eateries to explore in nearby St Ives and Carbis Bay.

Penzance, 10 miles away, provides a mainline railway line to London Paddington and a ferry service to the stunningly beautiful Isles of Scilly. Cornwall Airport (near Mawgan Porth) is about 36 miles away and provides regular flights to London and many other UK and European destinations.