A beautifully updated and incredibly private estate. Built entirely to the highest of standards and protected by its 90 acres with excellent ancillary accommodation, superb equestrian facilities and family shoot.
This idyllic retreat is approached through a major portion of its own land, via a half mile long driveway. The estate really does have it all and is a place where you can fully relax and get away all the stresses and strains of modern life whilst enjoying the spectacular views across mile-upon-mile of the surrounding countryside.
The principal house offers nearly 5500 square feet of beautiful accommodation that has been lovingly created, with no expense spared, from a tasteful and seamless architect designed extension of the original house, which now provides what must be one of the most up-to-date, thermally efficient and economical to run country houses in the entire country
The living spaces are exceptionally spacious and yet are designed to flow from one area to the next, creating more use of the entire space and layout. The excellent rooms combine with the finest fixtures and craftsmen touches, whilst retaining the sense of a traditional country house but yet without the headaches of the usual maintenance that a period property brings. In addition, a stunning conversion of the old mill and an adjacent barn have been carried out to provide a further combined 5 bedrooms of additional family, staff, letting or guest accommodation.
There are also some very sizeable outbuildings that are currently used for the owners equestrian interests but these could easily provide space for all manner of uses, including a car collection.
The property sits in the Withiel Valley and is approached over its 90 acres by a private driveway that builds the anticipation on approach with tantalising glimpses of the house from afar. The land not only serves as protection it also offers entertainment with its own family shoot which has proven to be great fun.
Withiel is a wonderful setting and so easily accessible to the water-sports and beaches that are available on the wonderful North Cornish coast and the spectacular Camel Estuary as well as the phenomenal golf courses of Trevose and St Enodoc. Added to this Wadebridge, one of the most popular towns in the county, is within easy reach.
This exceptionally private residence is defined by its amazing location and the many highly unusual and desirable features it offers.
Wadebridge: 5 Miles • Padstow: 9.5 Miles • Rock: 11 Miles • Newquay Airport: 15 Miles Fowey: 17 Miles • Bodmin Parkway railway station: 12 Miles • Truro: 20 Miles
Lower Polgrain is an exceptionally private 90 acre country estate nestled in the beautiful Withiel Valley, in what must be one of the most picturesque rural yet accessible settings imaginable.
This highly favoured area is renowned by those in the know for its position just to the south of Wadebridge and only a few miles inland from the Camel Estuary and Padstow on the north coast and only just a few miles further to the sailing waters of Fowey on the south coast.
Wadebridge offers a wonderful range of unusual boutiques, shops and restaurants as well as a multi- screened cinema. The town also boasts a sports centre with swimming pool, a bowls club and outdoor tennis courts. Rock and Padstow, on either side of the Camel Estuary, offer many of the county’s leading beaches. Both locations offer amazing gastronomic delights, with Rick Stein’s and Paul Ainsworth’s restaurants in Padstow and Nathan Outlaw in Rock to name just a few. Fabulous golf courses are located at Trevose near Padstow and St Enodoc at Rock. Fowey, approximately 16 miles away, is a haven for keen sailors, offering day sailing along the beautiful South Cornish Coast.
The neighbouring Camel Valley is named after the River Camel which meanders its way downstream to Wadebridge where it eventually becomes the Camel Estuary. The Camel Trail cycle path runs along the banks of the estuary from Wadebridge to Padstow or upstream to Nanstallon and Bodmin. In more recent years, the valley has also become known for its internationally renowned Camel Valley Vineyard, producing exceptional award winning wines.
• Fabulous private estate • Long private driveway • Recent large extension to main residence • Constructed to very high standard throughout • 5348 sq ft of accommodation • Broad reception hallway with wood burner • Spacious sitting room & dining room • Kitchen breakfast room • Exceptionally large master suite with: • 2 dressing rooms & 2 en suite bathrooms • Four further guest suites • Large ground floor office • Utility room with shower room • Stunning 3 bedroom mill conversion - 1985 sq ft • 2 bedroom adjoining cottage - 1117 sq ft • 90 acres of land • Private family shoot • Wide variety of barns and outbuildings • Wood pellet boiler from rhi scheme • pv panels with fit • Highly insulated • Self contained studio • EPC C
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