Headland Road, Carbis Bay
Commanding mesmerising and uninterrupted panoramic sea views over Carbis Bay and towards St Ives, this well-presented two bedroomed apartment enjoys one of the most sought-after locations in Cornwall, set within a position that is perfectly placed for the beach, branchline rail and coast path to St Ives.
- Highly desirable coastal location
- Outstanding sea and beach views
- Two double bedrooms (master en suite)
- Open-plan living
- Incredible views of the sea and beach
- Undercover parking space
- Short and long term letting permitted
- 999 year lease with share of freehold
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Carbis Bay beach – 500 yards; Porthkidney Sands – 800 yards (via coast path); West Cornwall Golf Club – 1.3; St Ives – 2; Hayle – 3.5; Gwithian – 7; Marazion - 7; Gurnard’s Head (Zennor) – 8.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 37.5;
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Tenure, services and further information
Leasehold with share of freehold (30 apartments). 999 years from inception in 1975. Approximately £2,500 per year including gardening, communal maintenance, sinking fund, management company and building insurance.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Electric boiler. Electric radiators. Broadband: Superfast is available in the postcode. Council Tax: Band D
The apartment is completely unrestricted and can be purchased as a main home, holiday home or investment property to let on a short or long term basis.
Positioned along Headland Road and commanding uninterrupted, frontline sea views with the beautiful beach at Carbis Bay taking centre stage, Aigua Blava is located within a short walk of the beach, one of the UK’s finest bays. Porthkidney Sands, a relatively well-kept secret, is just moments along the coast in the other direction, ensuring that the apartments at Gwel Marten enjoy a situation that is perfectly placed to enjoy golden sands, fresh sea air and all the fun of St Ives within a few minutes’ walk.
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 breath-taking. 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. Carbis Bay was the venue for the G7 Summit in 2021 with the luxurious hotel providing idyllic beach-side dining.
With a rich history and fascinating seafaring heritage, the winding cobbled streets of nearby 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.