Lower Mill, Veryan / Pendower
Situated at the end of a long, privately owned drive and within a traffic-free, calm and peaceful valley setting just a short walk from Pendower Beach, this charming cottage and annexe occupies an enchanting position within grounds of around seven acres including fields, woodland, wild meadows, hillsides and streamside gardens.
- Once in a generation opportunity
- First sale in 24 years
- Idyllic and unspoilt location
- Wooded valley location
- Short walk via footpath to Pendower Beach
- Traffic-free setting
- Character cottage
- Detached annexe
- Just over seven acres
- No onward chain
What the buyer said
"It was so refreshing to do a deal with an estate agent with good old fashioned values and it was an absolute pleasure purchasing through Shore Partnership."
Pendower beach (via National Trust footpath) – 500 yards; The Nare Hotel – 0.5; Veryan – 1; Portloe – 2.5; The Hidden Hut – 3 (via South West Coastpath); Portscatho – 5.5 (3.3 via coast path); King Harry Ferry – 6.5; Trelissick Gardens (National Trust) – 7.5; St Mawes – 8.5; Lost Gardens of Heligan – 10; Truro – 13; Falmouth (via King Harry ferry) – 18; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 21.5
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
The Mill House and Stable’s spectacular location provides the most delightful sanctuary, tucked away in this secluded wooded valley, a short walk from the stunning National Trust’s Pendower beach.
Enjoying this secluded valley setting, Lower Mill consists of only two other properties at the end of a ¼ mile private drive and positioned on the footpath equidistant between the 16th century watermill at Melinsey Mill and the stunning Pendower beach.
Pendower beach is a small but charming beach that is part of the Roseland Heritage Coast; at low tide it joins with Carne beach to form over a mile of golden sands with many rock pools, the gently sloping beach with south coast swells make it the perfect child friendly beach and ideal for the water sports enthusiasts whether swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking or sailing is for you.
The historic and picturesque village of Veryan is within a mile, famous for the five unique early 19th century thatched roundhouses that guard the entrances to the village. The village also boasts a pretty church, believed to date back to the 13th century, highly regarded public house, The New Inn, shop / post office and Veryan sports and social club which incorporates tennis, football, cricket and bowls facilities.
An area of outstanding natural beauty, the Roseland is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt locations in Cornwall. Hidden creeks, stunning gardens and spectacular coastal scenery are all literally on your doorstep.