2,703 sq ft(251.12 sq m)
Guide price £1,250,000

Loe Bar RoadPorthleven, South West Cornwall, TR13 9ES

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in September 2018
  • Direct beach access
  • Close to harbour, amenities and restaurants
  • Contemporary open plan living space
  • Expansive sun terrace and balcony
  • Completed in 2011
  • Private Parking

The ultimate beach house; contemporary retreat enjoying an elevated cliff top position, sublime sea views and direct beach access.

About this property

  • 180 Degrees Blue is a magnificent example of contemporary architecture set in a sublime cliff top location, commanding uninterrupted panoramic sea views. Completed in 2011 and currently run as a lucrative holiday let investment although, would equally make a fine family or second home. Set on the outskirts of the ever popular village of Porthleven, the harbour, amenities and highly regarded restaurants and pubs are within less than a mile.

    The property has been individually designed to maximise the stunning sea and coastal views with the accommodation arranged over three floors. An open hallway enjoys the sea views with access to the balcony and staircases rising to the first floor landing and descending to the lower ground floor. There is an expansive open plan living space with interconnecting dual aspect sitting room and large ‘family' sized contemporary kitchen and dining room on the lower ground floor, both rooms have bi-fold doors opening out onto the sun terrace enjoying stunning sea views. The kitchen is fitted with modern steel surfaces and a number of integrated appliances including a Rangemaster oven / hob and wine cooler. The spacious sitting room has a Firebelly wood burner as a focal point. A useful utility room and cloakroom complete the lower ground floor accommodation.

    On the ground/entry floor are four bedrooms, currently configured as a dual aspect guest suite including en-suite bathroom and bi fold doors leading out on to the balcony providing stunning sea views. The two further double bedrooms are dual aspect, enjoying sea and garden views. The fourth bedroom is currently used as an office / nursery and the family bathroom services these three bedrooms. The apex window on the first floor landing incorporates the superb surrounding environment. The master suite is defined by the apex floor to ceiling window enjoying garden and sea views, the en suite has Kohler appliances including a walk in shower. There is a further double en suite bedroom with Velux windows providing sea views.


    The south westerly aspect gardens enjoy all day summer sunshine. The expansive decking, with hot tub, connects effortlessly with the open plan living rooms providing a perfect vantage point to enjoy the simply stunning views and excellent entertainment space. The gravelled pathway is bordered by a gently sloping terraced lawn and steps provide access to the beach below. There is also a convenient hot outdoor shower. To the rear of the property is parking for 3 - 5 cars as well as gravelled courtyard.

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Hear the sound of the sea whilst enjoying the ultimate luxurious retreat, only a short walk from the renowned and highly regarded fishing harbour and foodie haven of Porthleven.

Tim MayProperty agent

Local information

  • Porthleven, mainland Great Britain's most southerly port, sits on the south Cornish coast between the Lizard Peninsula and Mounts Bay and like almost a third of Cornwall, sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by stunning coastline and countryside. The South West Coast Path runs through the village and links nearby villages for the avid walker.
  • The town has three inns, several very highly regarded restaurants including Kota, Rick Steins, The Square and Sea Drift. Other amenities include a primary school, supermarket, post office, doctors surgery, fishmongers, delicatessen and art gallery. Just outside the mouth of the harbour is the Porthleven reef break, one of the finest in the UK and ever popular with experienced surfers who visit from all over the world.

Additional information

  • The Lizard Peninsula is renowned for its beauty and spectacular landscapes, with much of the area designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The countryside and coastline are famed for their varied and unique animal and plant-life, geology and history, the climate on the Lizard is often milder than the rest of the country.
  • Nearby the market town of Helston provides many day to day amenities as well as two large superstores, primary schools and a secondary school. Travel links to the area are good, with Porthleven 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 Penzance and Truro and three daily flights to London Gatwick from Cornwall Airport (Newquay), as well as other domestic and international destinations.
  • Mains electricity and water and drainage. Oil central heating system.
  • Directions: Porthleven village – 0.7; Helston – 2.6; Marazion – 9.6; Penzance – 13.7; Truro - 20; Cornwall Airport (Newquay) – 41 (all distances are approximate and in miles). From Helston follow the B3304 towards Porthleven, continue straight along this road for 1.5 miles until reaching a sharp left hand turning sign posted Loe Bar, after 530 yards take the left hand turning sign posted for Loe Bar, continue until reaching Loe Bar Road, take the left hand turning and 180 Degrees Blue will be the first house on the left.
  • EPC Rating = B