Upper Castle Road, St. Mawes
Substantial detached residence enjoying a highly private setting in an elevated position commanding outstanding far-reaching views over one of England’s most highly regarded coastal villages, out to sea and towards beautifully wooded countryside. Versatile, spacious and individual – a superb main or second home with annexe potential.
- Highly versatile accommodation
- Far-reaching panoramic views
- Edge of village location
- Bright, spacious and airy
- Up to five bedrooms, three bathrooms
- Double garage and parking for three cars
- Over 3,600 sq ft
St Mawes waterfront – 400 yards; Portscatho – 4.5; King Harry Ferry – 5; Pendower / Carne beach – 8.5; Falmouth – 16 (via ferry); Truro – 17.5; Cornwall Airport – 26.5
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
Newton Lodge is well positioned on the quieter western edge of St Mawes for endless footpaths, National Trust-owned land, St Mawes Castle and a location which is within walking distance of the harbour and beaches, yet elevated up and away from the summer crowds. The design of the property ensures that the entire focus is towards the open panoramic views over the village and towards the water.
Providing highly adaptable, high quality and spacious accommodation (over 3,600 sq ft) with potential annexe, this superb 4-bedroomed home features a sensational kitchen / dining room, elegant sitting room and far reaching panoramic views across the village, towards the Percuil River, countryside and out to sea.
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Situated on the tip of the Roseland peninsula, the timelessly picturesque harbour village of St. Mawes on the eastern side of the Fal Estuary has long been one of England’s most desirable and exclusive waterside destinations. For generation after generation, St Mawes has been a magnet for sailing and watersports enthusiasts with discerning people of all ages seeking an idyllic waterside getaway, main home and a healthy lifestyle based around fresh air, good food and free time on the water.
The village is centred around its small stone harbour and has its own beaches, sailing club, castle (dating back to Henry VIII) and a selection of good pubs, boutique shops, renowned deli, superb restaurants, along with hotels of the very highest quality, The Tresanton, Idle Rocks and St Mawes Hotel.
The Roseland itself is one of Cornwall’s most unspoilt areas with an inspiring combination of harbour villages and rolling rural countryside. Nearby St Just in Roseland, famous for its ancient church, Portscatho, Portloe and Veryan combine beautifully with some of the county’s finest beaches to create a sensational place to live.