Lighthouse Hill, Portreath
Located on the hill above Portreath, this incredibly well-designed detached coastal retreat with far-reaching and elevated views of the sea, harbour, village was completely remodelled and renovated in 2017. This light and versatile north coast home provides low-maintenance living, parking and a garage within one of Cornwall’s most desirable coastal villages.
- Completely remodelled in 2017
- Far reaching country and sea views
- Low maintenance
- Open plan modern living space
- Four bedrooms in total
- Guest suite / Air BnB bedroom with kitchen
- Balcony and decked garden
- Sensational sunsets
- Garage and parking
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Portreath beach and harbour – 0.5; Tehidy woods golf club – 2; Redruth (mainline rail) – 4.5; Porthtowan – 4.5; Gwithian beach – 7.5; Chapel Porth (St Agnes) – 7.5; Truro – 13.5; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 28
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Tenure, services and general information
Freehold. Mains water, drainage and electricity. Underfloor heating throughout. Originally built in 1970, remodelled and extended in 2017. Council Tax: Band D. Broadband: Superfast Fibre is available in the postcode.
Cerina enjoys an elevated position commanding panoramic views over the historic village of Portreath, the harbour and far out to sea with the iconic Gull Rock defining the bay. With its southerly aspect, views of the sunset are mesmerising, and they can be enjoyed from the property’s terrace, hot tub, the first-floor private balcony, sunroom and luxurious principal bedrooms; the perfect end to a day on the nearby beach.
Portreath’s dog-friendly beach is popular with families and the bay is a renowned surf spot. The harbour wall is one of Cornwall’s most photographed coastal landmarks, particularly during storm season. The Beach Café and Atlantic Café Bar provide food and drinks with a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
As well as a surf shop, Portreath has a local supermarket, Post Office, bakery and a tearoom located within The Square. The village also has three pubs, one of which enjoys great views of the harbour and Smuggler’s Cove, the smaller, sandy beach immediately to the west.
Portreath is beautifully positioned to explore so much that this section of the north Cornish coast has to offer, and country pursuits, Truro and historic villages are all within a short and often scenic drive.