Nansloe Manor, Helston

£2,000,000
Under Offer

A stunningly spacious, light and renovated manor house that blends original and contemporary design perfectly with superb attention to detail throughout. Essentially Georgian with later 19th and 21st Century extensions, this former boutique hotel represents a tremendous lifestyle opportunity within a location that is perfectly situated as a gateway to south and west Cornwall.

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  • Bedrooms: 15

Features

Property Features

  • Former boutique hotel
  • Huge potential for residential (subject to change of use)
  • Open countryside views
  • 15 bedroom suites
  • Staff flat
  • Professional commercial kitchen
  • Function room & wellness suite
  • Walled garden
  • Extensive parking
  • Over 14,000 sq ft plus outbuildings in over 3 acres

Details

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Distances
Helston town centre – 0.5; Porthleven – 3; Gunwalloe – 3.5; Praa Sands – 6.5; Helford Village – 8.5; Perranuthnoe – 9; Helford Passage – 9.5; Marazion (St Michael’s Mount) - 10; Coverack – 10.5; Kynance Cove – 11; Carbis Bay – 13.5; Penzance (mainline rail) – 13.5; Falmouth - 13; Truro – 18; Cornwall Airport – 36.5

(All distances are approximate and in miles)

The Property
•Grade II Listed former boutique hotel
•Stunningly spacious, light and modern manor house that blends original and contemporary design perfectly with superb attention to detail
•One of south Cornwall’s finest period properties
•Huge potential for a residential / hospitality lifestyle
•Rich, varied and fascinating history
•Remodelled as a Georgian manor with a contemporary extension
•Completely renovated, restored and extended from 2004 under the stewardship of Cornish architects, Lilly Lewarne
•Once in a generational opportunity to own one of Cornwall’s most noteworthy homes

•Incredibly discrete position at the end of a long private drive with pre-emption rights being provided to the purchaser
•Ceased trading in November 2017 and continuously maintained both internally and externally

•Entrance reception hall with split staircase and galleried landing
•Elegant triple aspect drawing room with high ceiling, fireplace, ornate cornicing, box bay window and French doors to the garden
•Day lounge / morning room with fireplace and access to the garden
•Glass link forming a dining reception with garden access, bar and wine room
•Dining room / restaurant with 50 - 70 covers and garden access
•Cloakroom / WC facilities

•Fully equipped commercial kitchen with Falcon ovens, Williams freezers and Franke units, small office, washing, crockery and store rooms
•Staff rooms

•6 en suite bedrooms in main body of the house
•4 further en suite bedrooms within the contemporary extension
•The majority of the bedrooms enjoy glorious views of the gardens and beyond
•2 en suite bedroom suites within the converted coach house
•3 bedroomed guest / owners’ wing
•Laundry room with adjacent external access
•Second floor staff 1-bedroomed apartment

Gardens & Grounds
•Sweeping lawn with rural and wooded backdrop
•Beautiful walled garden with large greenhouse and rose tunnel. Well stocked with a well-tended and varied mix of mature plants, shrubs and trees providing the perfect setting for weddings
•Path to top terrace where there is a beautiful view towards Loe Pool
•Mature trees and ‘wild’ garden
•Main entrance forecourt with centrally positioned mature olive tree
•Discretely positioned car park providng ample parking for 20+ cars
•Gardener’s stores
•Plant room (within corner of the walled garden)
•Wellness suite with counter-current pool, gym and changing facilities
•Function room / cinema / bar

The Location
Nansloe Manor occupies a tucked away and discrete location on the edge of Helston and is within a few miles of some of southwest Cornwall’s most beautiful beaches and coastal destinations including Porthleven, Praa Sands, Poldhu, Gunwalloe, Kynance Cove, Mount’s Bay, The Helford and Carbis Bay / St. Ives. Its close proximity to RNAS Culdrose allows for easy access for private jets and helicopters.

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 and this area of Cornwall has for generations attracted and inspired many celebrated artists and writers.

Penzance, 13 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 37 miles away and provides regular flights to London and many other UK and European destinations.

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