St. Mawgan, Mawgan Porth
Nestled in a blissful valley within a traffic-free, leafy and picturesque situation providing a truly enchanting atmosphere, this well-appointed and versatile home offers great style, peace and privacy. With the additional advantages of a double garage and a wonderfully arranged, enclosed and sunny garden, this delightful home enjoys an idyllic village location just inland from Mawgan Porth.
- OFFERS TO BE MADE BY MIDDAY JUNE 21
- Village location
- Near Mawgan Porth
- Wooded countryside outlook
- Three bedrooms
- Guest bedroom / Air BnB
- Two receptions
- Double garage
- Extensive balcony & terraced gardens
What our client said
"Shore Partnership sold my house in St Mawgan after they were recommended by a friend - a very good piece of word of mouth as it turned out. They marketed the property with style and intelligence. There were a lot of viewings, several offers and they achieved a very good price. All I could possibly ask for - and they're very nice guys."
What the buyer said
"My experience with Shore Partnership, and in particular Ben Davies, was faultless. Just an easy, smooth process. Highly recommended."
St Mawgan village centre – 500 yards; Mawgan Porth - 2; Cornwall Airport – 2.5; Watergate Bay – 3; Newquay – 5; Treyarnon Bay – 7; Padstow – 9; Truro - 19
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
The village of St Mawgan is quite possibly one of Cornwall’s best kept secrets. Situated near Cornwall’s airport and within walking distance of Mawgan Porth, this pretty village is centred around the river Menalhyl in the Vale of Lanherne. Often overlooked by visitors who head straight for the beaches, this idyllic riverside village enjoys a wonderful atmosphere and provides a lifestyle based around its 13th century church, pub, Japanese gardens, craft shop, café, village stores, tea rooms and playing field.
Enjoying a sheltered valley setting, Winsor Lane is located up the hill on the north-west side of the village where there are just five properties within this no-through road. At the end of the lane, the public footpath continues through the valley and leads to the seaside village of Mawgan Porth, famous for its surfing break, Scarlet and Bedruthan Steps hotels. Of enormous convenience is Cornwall’s airport, just two miles or so away, providing regular flights to London, Manchester and other UK and European destinations.