Chymbloth Way, Coverack, Helston, Cornwall, TR12 6TA | Property for sale | Savills
3,062 sq ft(284.47 sq m)
Guide price £1,200,000(€1,368,253)

Chymbloth WayCoverack, Helston, Cornwall, TR12 6TA

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in November 2023
  • Private parking for four-five cars
  • Around 0.41 acres
  • Five Bedrooms
  • Five en suite Bathrooms
  • Large Reception room
  • Utility Room
  • Sun terrace overlooking the bay
  • Private mature gardens

A beautifully presented house set in private mature gardens with panoramic views of the harbour and bay in the village of Coverack.

About this property

  • Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and within a local Conservation Area in the charming fishing village of Coverack. Lowlands sits in a fabulous position on the hillside above the church overlooking the bay. With mature private gardens of approximately 0.41 of an acre and only 100 metres from the centre of the village and the beach Lowlands occupies a superb position.

    Built in the 1930's Lowlands has been much modernised and enlarged over the years to what is now a large, spacious and extremely comfortable family home. In the same ownership now for over 19 years the house has been more recently used as a very successful holiday home currently marketed by (property reference CWC594544)

    The House

    Ground Floor

    Steps ascend from the front driveway to the front door with glazed side panel which opens in a spacious and bright hallway with tiled flooring and galleried landing above. Wheelchair access is also possible by way of the pathway from the parking area to the back door. Off the hallway are two double bedrooms, the utility room, cloakroom (wheelchair accessible), dual access points to the main reception room, the kitchen, a stable door in to the back garden along with the staircase to the first floor.

    Both of the ground floor bedrooms are doubles and have views out across the bay, built in wardrobes, one with an en suite wet room and the other a bathroom with a separate walk in shower and bath. The Utility room has a window overlooking the rear garden, cream wall and base units, a sink, space and plumbing for an undercounter freezer, washing machine and tumble drier along with three large cupboards containing the central heating boiler and one of the hot water tanks. The main reception room is a very large room with four access points, two off the hallway, patio doors opening out on to the entertaining area and rear garden and double doors opening in to the dining area. The reception room also benefits from a large panoramic window overlooking the side garden and bay, and an open fireplace. The kitchen dining area is a large ''L'' shaped room with French doors out on to the Sun Terrace and steps leading down to the lower garden. The dining area itself is dual aspect with superb views out over the bay and harbour, has a built in window seat along with a separate seating area on the right of the French doors. The kitchen area is ''U'' shaped with a central island with granite top and is open to the dining area. It has hand painted Shaker style wooden wall and base units with wooden work surfaces; a dual Belfast sink; an integrated oven with ceramic hob and dishwasher along with space for a tall fridge freezer.

    First Floor
    Stairs ascend to a galleried landing with three large skylights flooding the landing and hallway below with light. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor all with en suite bathrooms and partially vaulted ceilings. At the top of the stairs on the left the main bedroom has its own private roof terrace built in to the roof with a glass balustrade to the front offering quite magnificent views out over Coverack, the harbour and bay. The room also benefits from built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with a bath with overhead rainfall shower. To the right a further bedroom has a floor to ceiling window that overlooks the rear garden, a built in wardrobe and an en suite shower room. The third bedroom off the landing has built in cupboards, a Velux window overlooking the bay and an en suite shower room. At the end of the landing is an area under the eaves where there is a space for a cot or computer desk. There is also an airing cupboard containing the second hot water tank.



    The property is raised above the level of Chymbloth Way and is bordered to the front by a low wall and hedge with a part tarmac and part gravelled driveway to the front of the house with parking for four to five cars. A staircase leads up from the driveway to the front door.


    Sitting below the house is a large garage with an up & over door with ample space a work bench, kayak storage and gardening equipment.

    Storage Room or potential office

    There is room to the right of the garage which is entered via French doors which also has a separate cloakroom. This is currently used as a storage room but could easily be transformed in to an additional bedroom or home office if required.

    Garden Store

    A separate garden store adjoins the garage

    External WC

    There is an external WC under the staircase leading to the front door.

    The Gardens

    The property has gardens to the side and rear. The boundaries are bordered by large mature hedging and well stocked borders making it a very private and enclosed space. There are two gated access points from the driveway, by the garage and next to the stairs to the front door. From either gate a pathway leads round the property to both the sun terrace and the large sunny southwest facing paved entertaining area.
    The gateway immediately next to the parking area allows wheelchair access around the property to the back door and patio areas.

    To the rear of the property is a good sized greenhouse and lawns that slope upwards to the boundary with mature shrubs and bushes and a selection of fruit trees.
    To the side of the house are upper and lower garden separated by some large bushes and trees. Both areas are laid to lawn. The upper garden is bordered by a mass of quite stunning large pink Hydrangeas whilst the lower garden area, has a mix of colourful shrubs to include Hydrangeas, Fuchsias and Agapanthus.

    Mains Water, Drainage & Electricity

    Central Heating- Oil Fired

    Broadband: BT Fibre

    Sky Satellite TV

    Council Tax Band: E


    Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.

    Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others such as curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments, etc. are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.


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    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 delightful and spacious house in an outstanding position looking directly over Coverack beach and bay to Lowland Point. Perfect as a permanent family home or to continue as holiday home

George HillProperty agent

Local information

  • Situated within private gardens of approximately 0.41 of an acre Lowlands has panoramic views out across Coverack harbour and bay.
  • The Lizard is renowned for its beauty and spectacular landscapes, with much of the area designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The countryside and coastline are famed for their varied animal and plant-life, geology and history, while the climate on the Lizard is often milder than the rest of the country. Once the haunt of smugglers and wreckers, Coverack is a beautiful example of a traditional Cornish fishing village, where the houses hug the curve of the bay. A thriving village, it has a well-regarded primary school, shop, church, pub, restaurants and cafes. There are two beaches in the village, Mill Beach in the bay and Porthbeer Cove to the west, overlooked by Chynalls Point (an iron age fort), on the South West Coast Path which passes through the village. Coverack is recognised as a water sports destination, with excellent facilities for windsurfing, diving and paddle boarding, as well as pleasure fishing. Sailing and mooring facilities are available on the Helford river and there is a challenging links golf course at Mullion.
  • Locally, the village of St Keverne provides a post office, two pubs, butchers, local shop, church and a nationally recognised ice-cream parlour at Roskilly's, where there is also a craft centre, restaurant, gallery and animal area. 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 Coverack 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), is an hour away.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Helston, follow the A3083. After passing Culdrose RNAS on your left, at the roundabout take the first exit for the B3293 to Coverack and St Keverne. After passing Goonhilly Downs and Zoar Garage, take the main turning down into Coverack. Pass the signs for Roskilly's on the left continue until you reach Coverack. Follow the road down the hill, pass the beach on the left and as the road bends round to the left in to the main village Chymbloth Way is on the right. Lowlands is the fourth property on the left. St Keverne 4 - Helston 12 -Falmouth 19 - Truro 25 - Cornwall Airport (Newquay) 40 (All distances are approximate and in miles)
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E