Penmenner Road, The Lizard, Helston, Cornwall, TR12 7NR | Property for sale | Savills
3,200 sq ft(297.29 sq m)
Offers in the region of £1,100,000(€1,254,232)

Penmenner RoadThe Lizard, Helston, Cornwall, TR12 7NR

    Key features

    • Magnificent sea views across to Kynance Cove & Mounts Bay
    • Successful Holiday Let
    • Ample parking
    • Period Features
    • Sliding doors onto a large entertaining terrace with steps down garden
    • Three double bedrooms
    • Large Loft Room
    • Large utility room
    • Enclosed rear garden with patio area

    A breath taking luxury home situated on the Lizard Peninsula that boasts uninterrupted views across to Kynance Cove and Mount's Bay far in the distance.

    About this property

    • The property is currently a successful holiday home, receiving a Five Star Trip Advisor rating. The house has been refurbished and extended to an exceptionally high standard by the current owners with contemporary fixtures and fittings whilst keeping many of the original period features creating a charming and stylish home.

      A step up from the driveway on to the rear veranda into the Entrance porch which leads into a large open plan kitchen/dining/living area with herringbone parquet flooring. This is an extremely bright “L” shaped triple aspect room, with the living area having two sets of modern sliding doors out onto the veranda and terrace, a vaulted ceiling with Velux windows and log burner.

      There is a dining area to the rear of the sitting room with built in banquette seating, dual aspect windows with low level plantation shutters.

      The kitchen area has bespoke wooden shaker style cupboards, oak work surfaces and a large central island/breakfast bar with Five-ring Induction Hob, built in oven and combination oven. Along the wall there is a large larder and storage cupboards and drawers, a built in Dishwasher and double Belfast sink with space for a Fridge/Freezer.

      To the left of the entrance porch is a separate preparation and storage area and the entrance to the Utility room. This is a large room, with part wood panelled walls, a door to the exterior, space for both a washing machine & tumble drier, wine fridge along with the hot water & heating system and a door to the downstairs “WC”.

      Back in the Kitchen on the right before entering the central hallway is an old wood or coal fired two hob Rayburn Royal.

      The central hallway has the stairs leading to the first floor and the two further reception rooms along with a quite stunning stained glass panelled door and side panels leading into a “Minton” tiled front porch, with the front door opening out on to the front decked area.

      Reception room one has a box bay window with views out over fields to Kynance Cove, a Victorian fireplace with tiled inserts, slate hearth, original cornicing, ceiling rose and picture rails.

      The second reception room has French doors out on the front deck and has a cast iron fireplace and slate hearth.

      A return staircase leads from the central hallway to the landing off which are three double bedrooms and the family bathroom.

      Two bedrooms have views out over the fields to Kynance cove and beyond with the third looking out over the rear.

      The principal bedroom has a box bay window, en suite shower room, built in wardrobes and a dressing area from which stairs lead up to the loft room.

      The family bathroom has a sunken bath and separate walk in shower.

      The Loft room is “L” shaped and is currently used by the owners as a craft room and for extra storage. It has seven Velux windows making the loft extremely bright but also gives quite stunning 360 degree views.

      Agents notes-

      Covenants on title, please enquire for title and register for more information.


      Mains water supply (Metered) & drainage
      Mains electricity
      Vaillant Air Source Heat Pump with wall mounted radiators to all three floors
      Broadband: Currently supplied by EE (BT Fibre 1 available in the area)

      Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.

      Fixtures and fittings may be available by separate negotiation.


      Savills, their clients and any joint agents give notice that:

      1. They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact.

      2. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, images and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and Savills have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.

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    A breath taking luxury three-bedroom house with uninterrupted views across to Kynance Cove and Mount's Bay, currently used as a successful holiday let but would be a stunning permanent home.

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • Cornwall's unique character comes from its historic landscape and some 400 miles of spectacular coastline.
    • Lizard Village is the most southerly settlement on the British mainland. There are a number of active social clubs, three pubs, several local cafes and an excellent primary school. Arranged around the village green and surrounded by National Trust land, the village is popular with holidaymakers and residents alike.
    • Kynance Cove, one of the best-loved beaches in the county, it is two miles to the west, with Landewednack Beach within a mile; to the north-east the pretty fishing village of Cadgwith lies some three miles distant, while more varied shopping and dining facilities can be found in Mullion, which also hosts an Ofsted outstanding secondary school, approximately five miles north-west.
    • The Lizard Peninsula is renowned for its scenery, flora and fauna. Much of the coastline is protected by the National Trust and the surrounding countryside is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, characterised by towering serpentine cliffs, magnificent beaches and pretty fishing villages. The Lizard's varied strata and microclimate allow 600 species of flowering plant, nearly a quarter of all UK species, to thrive here, including Cornish Heath, found nowhere else in Britain.
    • The market town of Helston has a wide range of shopping and schooling facilities, whilst the cathedral city of Truro, approximately 25 miles away, is the municipal centre of the county.
    • Travel links to the area are good, with Lizard village being served by wide roads and the A30 providing dual carriageway access through Cornwall from the M5 at Exeter. There are mainline railway stations at Redruth and Truro and Cornwall Airport (Newquay), offers both domestic and international locations

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Helston follow the wide and easy road A3083 to the Lizard Village. Continue into the centre of the village, past the green on your right and bear right on to Penmenner Road by the Roskilly's Ice cream & Anne's Pasty shop. Follow the road to the end and turn right in to the narrow lane by Penmenner House B&B, pass Penn Vose on the right and the entrance to Pednagothollan is the next on the right. This is a shared driveway with Pednagothollan being the second house. Lizard Point- 0.9 Pentreath Beach- 1.3 - Kynance Cove 2 – Mullion- 5 – Helston 11 – Gweek- 11- Porthleven- 13.5- Praa Sands- 17.4- Falmouth 24- St Ives 27 – Truro 28 – Cornwall Airport (Newquay) 43 (all distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E