Sea Lane, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 4LH | Property for sale | Savills
3,331 sq ft(309.46 sq m)
Guide price £1,150,000(€1,311,243)

Sea LaneHayle, Cornwall, TR27 4LH

    Key features

    • Large gardens with mature trees & shrubs of around 0.84 acres
    • Five-Bedrooms
    • Two Bathrooms (One en suite)
    • Three Reception rooms
    • Utility Room
    • Part Walled garden & entertaining area to the front
    • Garage
    • Grade ll* listed
    • Georgian Manor with Victorian extension

    A superb period property, which has been thoroughly modernised by the current owners yet retaining many original features with around 0.84 acres of gardens

    About this property

    • The property was once part of the six great estates of Hayle, with the Bodriggy family estate stretching back as far as 1181, before Hayle proper came into being. The current house was built in 1718 on the site of an earlier property and then is thought to have been divided by two sisters in around 1728. It was also once owned by Merchant Curnow who helped to develop the Copperhouse area of Hayle in the mid 1700s. The part Savills are selling was extended in the Victorian period, as such, is a mix of both Georgian & Victorian architecture with corresponding features.

      Ground Floor-
      From the driveway steps lead up to a paved area which in turn leads to the front door. The front door opens in to a large dual aspect lobby with tiled flooring and ample space for outerwear etc. A pair of glazed doors then open in to the wide, spacious and bright main hall off which all the ground floor rooms lead along with the staircase to the first floor. To the left is the spacious lounge with a high ceiling and stripped wooden flooring, two sash windows overlooking the front garden, a marble fire surround with a recessed log burner and original cornicing. Double doors open from the lounge into the formal dining room, again with a sash window overlooking the front garden, stripped wooden flooring, original cornicing and large bespoke bookshelves with cabinets beneath. A door from the dining room opens in to the main hall with immediately to the left a large cloakroom WC with a terracotta tiled floor and large storage cupboard. To the right of the front door there is access to the breakfast room, kitchen and utility room. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with polished limestone tiled flooring, Neptune cupboards and units which include a large larder cupboard, a central island with breakfast bar, an integrated floor to ceiling fridge and a separate floor to ceiling freezer, oven, microwave, 4-ring induction hob with ceiling mounted extractor fan and light, space for a dishwasher and a 3-oven Gas Aga, granite work surfaces and a double Villeroy & Boch Belfast sink overlooking the rear courtyard. The breakfast room is through a wide opening and down a couple of steps from the kitchen and has stripped pine flooring, an open fireplace (not working) and French doors out in to the garden. This is a large room with plenty of space for both a dining table and sofas for relaxing with family or friends. At the rear of the room is a section of Minton tiles which lead to the door into the main hall. The entrance to the utility room also has a Minton tiled area leading to limestone flooring in the utility area itself. There are bespoke hand painted floor to ceiling cupboards to the left, a sink, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble drier along with a door opening in to the rear courtyard. A wall mounted, mains gas, Vaillant boiler supplies central heating and hot water and is located to the rear of the utility room.

      First Floor-
      A wide staircase ascends to the bright first floor landing which is lit by a large window on the right of the stairs. At the top of the stairs is a large cloakroom with sink and WC. All five bedrooms and the family bathroom lead off from the landing. Following the landing round from the top of the stairs the first room, which is in the Georgian section of the house is a large double bedroom with high ceilings and a sash window overlooking the front garden. The second bedroom is the principal bedroom again with high ceilings, two sash windows with window seats overlooking the front garden, bespoke wardrobes and an en suite shower room with a large walk in shower with rainfall head. There are three further bedrooms all overlooking the main garden, one is currently being used as an office but is a good sized double, another good sized double has stripped wooden flooring and the final bedroom is a large single or small double. The family bathroom is of a good size and has a large quadrant shower and separate bath. Also within the bathroom is a large walk in airing cupboard. Finally there is a large walk-in storage cupboard off the landing.

      Main Garden-
      The entrance to Bodriggy House is between granite gate pillars at the entrance to Bodriggy Court. A gravelled driveway leads up to the house and garage with ample space for multiple vehicles. The garden area to the right of the driveway has many mature trees and shrubs and currently beneath the trees is a carpet of bluebells and wild flowers. To the left of the driveway the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a low-level box garden, well stocked mature borders, large palms and trees at the far boundary.

      Walled Garden-
      The partially walled garden is at the front of the house and can be a sun trap. It has lawned and gravelled areas with space for a table and chairs along with well stocked borders.

      Rear Courtyard-
      Accessed from the utility room there is an enclosed gravelled courtyard area. The courtyard contains an old well (no longer in use)

      The garage is a large single garage with an up and over metal door, power and lighting, and is currently used for storage and as a workshop.

      Log Store & Storage Area-
      To the left of the garage is a semi enclosed spacious storage area and log store.


      Mains Water and Drainage

      Heating: Gas fired Central Heating


      Council Tax: Band E


      Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.


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      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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    This is a property of great charm and character with a wonderful history in the old part of Hayle. A great family home.

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • Bodriggy House is found in the heart of the old Copperhouse part of Hayle and is just a short distance from the shops and facilities. Bodriggy surgery, two chemists and a post office are very close by. A walk over the bridge past the public outdoor swimming pool leads to the sand dunes, Hayle Estuary and then out to Cornwall's longest sandy beach which stretches all the way to Godrevy Lighthouse.
    • Hayle lies at the start of the Penwith region of Cornwall at the narrowest point between the north and south coasts. Marazion and Penzance, where good sailing facilities can be found, are only a 15 minute drive away to the south, whilst St Ives is world famous for its art galleries, including the Tate St Ives, restaurants and surfing beaches.
    • Hayle itself is currently undergoing a regeneration process with one of the South West's largest building projects underway at North Quay. Once complete North Quay will have 500 properties, two cinemas, restaurants, shops, an art gallery and better infrastructure for the fishing community.
    • Hayle benefits from a wide range of local cafes, restaurants, shops, general stores and supermarkets with a large Boots and Marks and Spencer, off the A30 roundabout, as well as a small hospital.
    • The rugged beauty of the Penwith area is well known to walkers and birdwatchers and the Links West Cornwall Golf Club at Lelant draws visitors from across Britain.
    • The area is very well served by transport links with a mainline railway station at Hayle on the Penzance to Paddington line.
    • Hayle Academy is a coeducational secondary school and is sponsored by the excellent Truro and Penwith Academy Trust and has received at Ofsted rating of Good (March 2022)

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the Loggans Moor Roundabout on the A30 from the North take the fourth exit on to the B3301 for Hayle. Continue until you see the Fire Station on the right, Sea Lane is immediately opposite on the left. The entrance to Bodriggy House is between granite gate pillars at the entrance to Bodriggy Court which is the second road on the left. A gravel driveway will bring you up to the house. Hayle Towans Beach 1.3 miles - St Ives Town Centre 6 miles – Penzance 8.5miles - Truro 19.5 miles - Newquay Airport 29 miles (All distances are approximate and in miles)
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E