Towednack, St. Ives, Cornwall, TR26 3AU | Property for sale | Savills
2,417 sq ft(224.55 sq m)
Guide price £750,000(€891,305)

TowednackSt. Ives, Cornwall, TR26 3AU


    Key features

    • About 16 Acres of land
    • Character cottage
    • Four-bedrooms
    • Principal bedroom with en suite
    • Living room with large Inglenook and Wood burning stove
    • Two Bathrooms (one en suite)
    • Utility Room
    • Conservatory
    • Garage & Workshops

    A character cottage located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with four stables and around 16 acres of gardens and grounds.

    About this property

    • Cold Harbour Cottage is a four-bedroom character cottage dating from the early 19th century located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with four stables and 15 acres of land yet only 3 miles from the centre of St Ives. There are great views from the property with the 13th century Towednack Parish Church is clearly visible with Trendrine Hill behind.

      The house has been a much loved family home in the same ownership for over 35 years, but could now benefit from a little cosmetic updating.

      Ground Floor-

      A pathway through the garden leads to the front entrance porch from which the front door opens directly in to the living room. It has a beamed ceiling, windows either side of the front door overlooking the garden, a large granite inglenook with inset wood burning stove and the stairs ascending to the first floor. A door opens in to the dining room which in turn flows in to the kitchen. The kitchen has quarry tiled flooring, pine wall and base cupboards along with open shelving and wooden plate rack, an electric Aga, space for both a dishwasher and fridge/freezer. From the kitchen is a door leading to the rear lobby and utility room and an open archway in to the conservatory. The conservatory is very much part of the house in that it has both a radiator and underfloor electric heating along with insulating blinds. Double doors open out on to the paved entertaining area in the back garden. The rear lobby has a door leading out to the rear garden and also contains the central heating boiler, has space for a tumble drier and secondary freezer. The utility is off the lobby and has a sink, plumbing for a washing machine and a shower cubicle.

      First Floor-

      At the top of the stairs there are four bedrooms all with partially vaulted ceilings. Two of the bedrooms are singles and both have original cast iron fireplaces and the other two good sized doubles. One has a built in wardrobe and exposed granite on the chimney breast and the other, the Principal bedroom, is dual aspect with stunning views out across open fields to the Towednack 13th century Church and Trendrine Hill beyond and has an en suite shower room with quadrant shower. The family bathroom has a white suite with a bath with hand held shower.

      The Gardens, Garage & Stables & the Land

      The Gardens-

      The property is bordered on both sides by a Cornish hedge with agricultural fields to one side and the lane the other. The front garden has a slab pathway to the front porch, is laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs to the borders. The rear garden has a south facing entertaining terrace, is laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs to the borders and at the far end of the garden a triangular wooded copse.

      The Garage-

      To the front of the garage is a parking area for three or more cars and to the rear is a glass greenhouse. The garage has a single up and over door which opens in to a large space which has been split in to three areas. The front area is currently used as a work shop. Behind this an insulated office and to the rear a further workshop area. To the side of the garage is a wood store however this was formerly used as a Tack Room.

      The Stables-

      The four spacious stables are connected to the garage, are block built with concrete flooring. To the front of the stables is a yard. To note both power and water are available.

      The Land-

      There is around 16 acres in total. There is a mix of grazing and moorland, a large pond and a “wilding” area. The owners used to have horses, however, have not used the land for grazing for over 10 years as such a little work will be required to bring it back. Much of the land is overgrown as such it would be a great project to bring back in to use. The field next to the stables is now open and would require fencing to be installed if animals were to be introduced. Also in this field is a large sheltered and fenced vegetable plot with a couple of raised beds.

      Please note:- There is water supply to the grazing fields.

      Services-
      Water, Private Drainage* & Electricity
      Oil Fired central heating

      Standard broadband only in the postcode however 4G broadband works well.

      Parking for 3+ cars to the opposite the property.

      * Recently installed new sewage treatment plant.

      Council Tax: Band D

      Tenure
      Freehold

      Viewings
      Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.


      Fixtures & Fittings
      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.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Cold Harbour Cottage is a four-bedroom character cottage located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with 4 stables and 15 acres of land yet only 3 miles from the centre of St Ives.

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • Cold Harbour Cottage in the hamlet of Cold Harbour is in the Parish of Towednack. Situated just three miles from the centre of St Ives Towednack is a largely agricultural parish in West Penwith, an area, most of which, is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
    • The unique landscape is a mix of lowland wetland, moorland, and agricultural land. The diverse landscape supports a wide variety of plant and animal species, many of which are rarely found in other counties and some of which are exclusive to West Cornwall. Skies are dark, the Milky Way can be seen easily on clear nights.
    • Towednack boasts an active community and although there is no longer any local shop or post office there is an excellent village school, Nancledra School, a village hall and a local pub, The Engine Inn at Cripplesease, along with an excellent bus service to St Ives and Penzance.
    • Cornwall's unique character comes from its historic landscape and some 400 miles of spectacular coastline. Home to the landmark Tate St Ives Gallery (built in 1993) and the famous Barbara Hepworth Museum, St Ives is bordered by three beautiful sandy beaches which are repeatedly voted among the best in the British Isles, one particularly for surfing. Set against the colourful backdrop of the working fishing harbour, the turquoise waters of St. Ives have attracted artists since the 19th century due to its renowned clarity of light. The town, with winding cobbled streets, is also a ‘foodie' destination packed with numerous restaurants, pubs and cafes all offering excellent fare including the award-winning Porthminster Beach Café.
    • At nearby Lelant, overlooking the Hayle Estuary there is a spectacular links golf course with views stretching up towards Godrevy Lighthouse. A scenic branch railway line links Carbis Bay and St. Ives with the main London-Penzance line at nearby St. Erth.

    Additional information

    • IMPORTANT NOTICE- 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.
    • Directions: From Lelant/St Ives roundabout on the A30 take the A3074. At the 2nd roundabout take the first left turn and continue to the T junction. Turn left on to the B3311 and almost immediately turn right. Follow the lane until you reach the hamlet of Cold Harbour. Cold Harbour Cottage is the last house on the right hand side. Parking is opposite the house by the garage & stables. St Ives Town Centre, Harbour & Beach 3 miles – Truro 25 miles - Penzance 6 miles- Newquay Airport 35 miles (All distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: D