Rose Hill, Marazion, Cornwall, TR17 0HB | Property for sale | Savills
3,520 sq ft(327.02 sq m)
Guide price £1,250,000(€1,425,264)

Rose HillMarazion, Cornwall, TR17 0HB

    Key features

    • Spectacular panoramic views over St Michael's Mount & Mounts Bay
    • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
    • Three Reception Rooms
    • Four/ Five Bedrooms
    • Craft/Hobby/Play room /Studio
    • Three Bathrooms (Two en suite)
    • Utility Room
    • South facing Front terrace overlooking St Michael's Mount and Mounts Bay
    • Terraced rear garden with many exotic plants and a potting shed

    Nancothan is a fabulous family house with beautiful gardens sitting in an elevated position overlooking the town of Marazion with panoramic views out over St Michael's Mount and Mounts Bay.

    About this property

    • The property has been in the same ownership for 22 years and has been completely remodelled, modernised and refurbished to a very high standard.

      Situated on Rosehill, the property has unparalleled views out over the town to St Michael's Mount and Mounts Bay. Both the front and rear gardens are full of plants, exotics and succulents with many different seating and entertaining areas to maximise the views and the position of the sun.

      The House
      There are steps up from the driveway to the front door which open in to a lobby area with a cupboard for coats & shoes to the right.

      A part glazed and carved wooden door leads into the hall. To the right, through an archway is the kitchen/breakfast room.
      The bespoke Maple kitchen by “Treyone” has a mix of wall and base units to include a pull out larder cupboard, granite work surfaces and a selection of built in appliances to include: - Induction hob, Electric domino hob, Double Oven, Combination Microwave, Warming Drawer, Dishwasher, Fridge Freezer and plinth electric fan heater. The breakfast area has a panoramic bay window, with built in banquette seating with internal storage, overlooking Mounts Bay.

      French doors open on to the front terrace. The sitting room leads off from the hall, has a bay window overlooking Mounts Bay, a door out on to the front terrace and a feature gas fireplace (bottled gas) with marble surround and wired in wall mounted speaker system.

      An archway leads to the dining room which has doors out on to the side terrace, a built in under stairs bar area with small under counter fridge.

      An Oak and glass staircase leads up to the first floor and a further door leads into the rear hallway off which are the bedrooms, office/5th bedroom, family bathroom and utility room.

      The principal bedroom has a large bay window overlooking the side terrace and fish pond with views out over Mounts Bay to Penzance and Newlyn. This is a large room which has bespoke lime washed Oak fitted furniture which continues through an archway into a dressing room area with mirrored wardrobes to both sides.

      Behind two of the mirrored doors hides the en suite bathroom. This has a modern white suite to include a Jacuzzi bath and separate walk-in shower.

      Both the bedroom and en suite have built in ceiling speakers. The speakers throughout, can be controlled from a central panel in the study.

      Also off the hallway are two further double bedrooms, one overlooking the driveway, the other has a built-in wardrobe and access into the craft/hobby/play room/studio, the study or 5th bedroom, the family bathroom with “P” shaped bath with shower above and the utility room.

      The utility room has white wall and base units to both sides, a sink, under which is a mains water filtration system, space for two tall Fridges or Freezers, plumbing for both a washing machine and a tumble drier. A door leads from the utility in to the craft/hobby/play room/studio.

      The craft/hobby/playroom/studio stretches the width of the property and is a bright and airy room with four roof Velux windows. At one end is a cloakroom and at the other a lobby area with a large cupboard with space for coats and shoes etc. and a door which opens into the covered carport and recycling area.

      First Floor-

      Stairs ascend from the dining room to the third reception room, which is a secondary sitting room. Built into the eaves with 4 Velux roof windows and an “A” frame end window with remote blind control, and with a door opening on to a Juliet balcony. This offers the most spectacular views the property has of the whole bay.

      There is a modern remote controlled electric flame effect wall mounted fire (2kw). At the rear is a double bedroom with views out over the rear garden with an en suite bathroom with walk in shower.

      In both the reception room, bedroom and bathroom the owners have made clever use of the eaves creating useful storage cupboards with lighting in each.

      Mains Water & Drainage
      Oil Fired Central Heating

      Broadband: BT
      Sky Satellite TV
      Burglar Alarm
      Exterior security lights
      Exterior front and rear electric sockets
      3 external water taps


      Strictly by prior appointment with Savills.


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

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Panoramic views of St Michaels Mount and Mounts Bay, beautiful gardens, a superb house, with ample parking ,in a truly spectacular location. Fabulous what's not to love!

    George HillProperty agent

    Local information

    • Marazion is located in West Cornwall and is a thriving town situated on Cornwall's South coast overlooking Mounts Bay with a magnificent view of St Michael's Mount. It has a range of local services to include a Post Office, pubs, restaurants, cafes and a variety of interesting shops and galleries and is also well served by buses from Penzance and Helston. The beaches of Mounts Bay are very popular and a favoured destination for wind and kite surfers, kayakers and paddle boarders. Marazion has a sailing club and a gig rowing club.
    • Birdwatchers will find Marazion Marsh of great interest. This RSPB Reserve is home to a large number of birds and hosts a number of regular rare visitors including Crakes and Warblers. The Kingfisher Hide, overlooking one of the pools is situated at the back of the Reserve, accessed by a well signposted footpath.
    • 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 and the world famous Minack Theater. Penzance railway station provides direct trains to London Paddington and the town is now host to several well regarded restaurants and the newly refurbished outdoor sea water Jubilee Pool. A few miles in the opposite direction, Porthleven is now a culinary hotspot with its incredible range of quality restaurants and an 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

    • GARDENS & THE EXTERIOR- The property is built on the hillside overlooking Mounts Bay and is fronted by a cut granite stone wall with an evergreen hedge planted above. A block paved driveway sweeps up to the house and garage with mature planting on both sides to include Camellias, Agapanthus, Palms and a variety of Succulents.
    • Garage & Car Port- The spacious garage has an electric roll up door and offers plenty of space for a large car or 4x4 and a work bench which still leaves ample storage space. To the side of the garage is a covered carport, with a recycling area and side access into the garage, the back door into the house and steps up into the rear garden. The central heating boiler is also in the garage. On the other side of the garage is a wheelie bin storage area.
    • Front Terrace- The terrace wraps round the front of the house and side of the house. Recently refurbished with composite decking and glass balustrades the terrace continues round to an al fresco dining patio area with a fish pond. The views from the terrace are quite spectacular. St Michaels' Mount is directly south and the panoramic views sweeps round the bay from St Michaels' Mount itself, the beaches of Marazion and Long Rock, Marazion Marshes, Penzance, Newlyn to the West Penwith peninsula. There are multiple seating areas to take advantage of both the views and the sun with the sun setting over West Penwith.
    • The Rear Garden- Being built on a hillside, the rear garden has been terraced. Directly behind the house is what the owners call the “Mediterranean Terrace”. This a sheltered paved area with a stone retaining wall to the rear. The area is planted with Camelia, Palms. Agave, Agapanthus and many different succulents. The wall itself has both Clematis and Wisteria climbing on it.
    • Steps lead up to the second terrace which, to the left, has a large potting shed (with power), and with views of St Michaels' Mount. A gravel pathway winds through more Palms, Hydrangeas, Camellias and Agapanthus with steps then leading up to the upper terrace where there are two small lawned areas and an open thatched summer house (with power). This has truly spectacular views, the perfect spot for that evening aperitif! A pergola covered pathway leads to the top of the garden where, through a gate, is a composting area.
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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.
    • Directions: Penzance Train Station 3 miles - Isles of Scilly heliport 1 mile – Porthleven 9 miles – St Ives 7.5 miles – Truro 25 miles – Cornwall Airport (Newquay) 35 miles (All distances are approximate and in miles) Take the road sign-posted for Marazion at A30/A394 traffic roundabout then at the T junction turn left towards Marazion. Enter the village and turn left into Beacon Road, directly opposite the Godolphin Hotel. This is a very narrow street, follow the road up the hill and at the top bear left onto Rosehill. Follow the road around and Nancothan is about 300 metres along Rosehill on the right hand side. There is a granite stone “Nancothan” sign on the left of the block paved driveway.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E