A three-bedroom, former farmhouse set in a spectacularly beautiful location.
With a southerly aspect, and protected by the uplands from sea-winds, Coronation House rests in a moorland landscape of antiquities that offers panoramic views towards Ding Dong engine house and then Mounts Bay.
Environmentally sensitive, access strictly by appointment only.
Currently a three bedroom cottage, there is considerable scope for extending the living accommodation into the adjacent barns.
At the heart of the property is a generous-sized farmhouse kitchen with cooking range with doors both to the front, and to the back via a scullery. The remainder of the ground floor comprises a sitting room with granite open fireplace. Bathroom facilities are ‘en plein air’ inthe garden area that surrounds the house.
The period notes continue throughout with open fireplaces, wooden paneling and open timber staircase, antique beds that could be made available by separate negotiation, antique laundry facilities and decor that still has echoes of the time of Queen Victoria’s Coronation from which the house was named (dating it to circa 1836).
Interested parties should note that the house is currently occupied by barn owls – sitting tenants who will need to be accommodated in any future plans.
IMPORTANT NOTE: environmental considerations make this a particularly sensitive site. Access must be arranged through the owners. There is no public right of way through the site.