Trenow Lane, Perranuthnoe, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 9NY | Property for sale | Savills
2,334 sq ft(216.84 sq m)
Guide price £1,650,000(€1,881,348)

Trenow LanePerranuthnoe, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 9NY

    Key features

    • Extensive gardens and grounds, just over four acres.
    • Magnificent sea views overlooking St Michaels Mount and across the bay towards Newlyn & Mousehole
    • Four-Double Bedrooms; One en-suite
    • First Floor triple aspect living room with wood burner & superb views
    • Roof Terrace
    • Single Garage and ample Parking
    • Wooden Deck with Hot Tub and separate paved patio area
    • Two Large wooden sheds and separate Greenhouse

    A rare opportunity to acquire this superb family home sitting in over four acres looking across open countryside with unobstructed views of St Michaels Mount and out across Mounts Bay

    About this property

    • The property was built in 1990 of local Penryn Granite and is a four-bedroom family home on a large four-acre plot. It has a superbly private location with magnificent views and has been regularly updated to a high standard with all windows having been recently painted.

      Entrance to the property from the driveway is via a stone paved storm porch then through glazed doors into a terracotta tiled entrance hallway. The door to the left leads into a spacious garage, good for storage and contains the central heating boiler. A door ahead leads into the utility room with sink, wall mounted cupboards, space for a washing machine and fridge freezer and a door that leads out onto the decked area and garden. Also off the hallway is a cloakroom, large storage cupboard and the kitchen, which is dual aspect room with modern white units, walk in larder, integrated Dishwasher, Double Oven, Microwave, Ceramic Hob, space for a Fridge Freezer and access out onto the decked area and garden. The sitting/dining room is at the end of the hallway; this is a long room with a partially vaulted ceiling. The sitting area has a limestone fireplace with windows & double doors out onto the side paved patio area. The triple aspect dining area has views out over the garden and beyond. Also, downstairs are 3 double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
      The first floor is accessed via a staircase rising out of the sitting room to a triple aspect living room with wood burner and stunning views out over St Michaels Mount. Off the living room is a study and a door opening on to the roof terrace which has 180-degree views across open countryside and Mounts Bay. Also on the first floor is the dual aspect Principal bedroom with a vaulted ceiling, built in wardrobes, ensuite bathroom with dual fuel heated towel rails and views out over open countryside and Mounts Bay. There is also a good-sized room in the eaves which has slightly restrictive height – perfect for storage.


      The property is surrounded by agricultural land and the plot itself enclosed on all four sides by hedgerows. The house is approached via a private gravelled road. The entrance to the property is through two large five-bar gates onto a gravelled driveway with a central island containing a large palm tree. There is a single garage and ample parking. The house is located in the bottom left-hand corner of the four-acre plot with a ring-fenced one acre lawned garden stretching out to the front of the property giving views out towards St Michaels Mount and across Mounts Bay from the decked area. To the right of the house is a paved patio area and to the rear a wide decked area. The three-acre paddock area is located to the right of the property behind a wooded area. There is a greenhouse and vegetable beds, a large wooden storage shed behind the house and a large wooden shed located in the woodland.

      Agent Note-

      - Current owners have submitted plans to further develop the current property. Further information can be seen on the Cornwall planning portal reference- PA22/00183

      - Boundary line on aerial image is not accurate and is only an indication and must not be relied on.

      Mains water, Electricity is from the road, with private cable and pipe. Private drainage.

      LPG Central Heating (British Gas Worcester Bosch Condenser Boiler),

      Broadband: BT Fibre available

      Council Tax Band:


      Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.


      Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others such as garden ornaments, etc, are specifically excluded but 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.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is a stunning coastal property on a large four-acre plot offering huge potential with the bonus of spectacular views and being located in an exclusive location

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • The property is located in open countryside just outside the village of Perranuthnoe which is within walking distance, as is the town of Marazion. Marazion is perhaps best known for the majestic world-famous St Michael's Mount. The causeway once walked by pilgrims leads to the island at low tide where the tower and battlements of the castle rise to a height of almost 230 feet above sea level. Whilst the Mount is still occupied by the St Aubyn family, the castle and gardens are open daily to the public via the causeway at low tide and by boat at high tide.
    • The town boasts shops, four Public Houses, restaurants, three cafés, health centre, primary school, art galleries, post office, bakery, chemist, ATM and a magnificent sandy beach stretching along Mounts Bay which offers safe bathing and enjoys views towards the Lizard Peninsular and Lands' End. This highly regarded area is popular for water sports including wind surfing, kite surfing and sailing and the local RSPB reserve is a favourite with bird watchers.
    • The coastline around Marazion takes in some of the county's most beautiful beaches, including Praa Sands, Prussia Cove and Loe Bar, the traditional fishing villages of Mousehole, Newlyn and Porthleven, as well as the historic town of Penzance with its beach being used recently in the filming of the New Game of Thrones Series. Penzance railway station provides direct trains to London Paddington and the town is now host to several well-regarded restaurants and the newly refurbished Jubilee Pool. Mounts Bay is a favoured destination for kite surfers and a few miles in the opposite direction Porthleven is now a culinary hotspot with its incredible range of quality restaurants and annual food festival.
    • The north coast is equally accessible with the town of St Ives a major attraction with its beautiful beaches, selection of high-quality restaurants and its great shopping, not to forget the cultural experiences offered by Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and the Bernard Leech pottery.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Penzance 5 miles – Porthleven 8 miles – St Ives 9 miles – Truro 27 miles – Cornwall Airport (Newquay) 38 miles (all distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E