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  • 6 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • 4 reception rooms


  • A Distinctive Detached Marine Residence.
  • Foreshore to Mean Low Water and mooring.
  • 6 Bedrooms, 4 Reception Rooms, 5 Bath / Shower Rooms
  • Detached Chalet comprising Studio, Bedroom, Shower Room and Decking.
  • Amtico Flooring in Kitchens and hallways.
  • Triple Garage, Boat and Car Parking. Basement / Plant Room.
  • Surrounding Mature Gardens with Balconies and Terraces.
  • Magnificent Uninterrupted River, Creek and Countryside Views.
  • Walking Distance of Beaches, Shops, Restaurants etc.
  • Sdlt: Ask your solicitor or accountant about "multiple dwellings relief".

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A distinctive detached Marine Residence, with foreshore and mooring, occupying private mature gardens, offering magnificent river and countryside views, conveniently located in this exclusive coastal village.

Location (Distances And Times Are Approximate)

Truro: 10 miles via car ferry. Falmouth: 20 minutes by passenger ferry or 15 miles by car ferry. Newquay Airport: 29 miles with flights to London Gatwick (70 minutes), and Manchester (80 minutes). St Austell: 15 miles with London Paddington 4 hours by rail. Plymouth: 58 miles. Exeter: 97 miles.


A distinctive detached Marine Residence, with foreshore and mooring, occupying private mature gardens, offering magnificent river and countryside views, conveniently located in this exclusive coastal village.

Accommodation In Brief:

Main House: Ground Floor: Entrance Porch, Family / Dining Room, Lounge, Study, Kitchen, Utility, Cloakroom.
First Floor: Landing, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom and Dressing Area, Bedrooms 2 and 3, Shower Room. Bathroom, Study / Bedroom 4.
Connecting Annexe (or extra accommodation to the main house): Reception Hall, Living Room, Kitchen, Bedroom 5 with En Suite Bathroom and Dressing Area, Bedroom 6, Shower Room.
Outside: Triple Garage, Basement / Store / Plant Room, Well Tended Mature Surrounding Gardens with Balconies and Sun Terrace, Boat / Parking Facilities.
Detached Chalet: Studio, Bedroom, Shower Room, Decking.
Foreshore (to Mean Low Water) and Mooring.

St Mawes

The exclusive waterside village of St Mawes on the eastern side of the Fal Estuary has long been one of Cornwall's most desirable destinations. The village has good access across the beautiful unspoilt countryside of the Roseland Peninsula and is also linked to the port of Falmouth and the cathedral city of Truro, via the King Harry Car Ferry across the River Fal.

St Mawes is centred around its small stone harbour and has its own beaches, sailing club, moorings, castle and a handful of good pubs and restaurants, including of course, Olga Polizzi's Hotel Tresanton, which continues to lure the rich and famous and David Richards' recently stunningly refurbished Idle Rocks Hotel and St Mawes Hotel.

There is a regular passenger ferry from the harbour to the town of Falmouth across the estuary, and also in the summer to the picture postcard Place Manor across the Percuil River.

For those wanting either a permanent or a second home away from the humdrum of city life where they can entertain family and friends, enjoy easy access to the water, the countryside, and fine dining, then St Mawes is quite understandably the first choice.


In a wider context, Cornwall has been enjoying a renaissance offering a range of accessible attractions such as the Eden Project, the National Maritime Museum, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Tate Gallery and Truro Cathedral. Fine dining Michelin star and celebrity chef restaurants are in abundance, including Rick Stein (Falmouth and Padstow), Jamie Oliver (Fifteen), Nathan Outlaw (Port Isaac), Paul Ainsworth (Padstow), and the Roseland's own Chris Eden at the Driftwood, Rosevine.


Available on the market for the first time since 1951, this waterside residence has been in the loving care of our clients and respective family as their permanent home.

Pendragon's location, in our opinion, is second to none. It offers the best of all worlds, from accessibility to the river, seclusion from its good sized mature gardens, breathtaking and tranquil water and countryside views, highly versatile and adaptable light and airy family sized accommodation yet within a relatively level walk past Summers Beach to shops, restaurants and wide range of central village amenities within this exclusive coastal village.

The property has been designed to capture the most of the wonderful views as well as cater for easily manageable accommodation for the retired couple as well as provide ample independent living and bedroom space for the large family.

This boating enthusiasts dream has ample boat as well as car parking and direct water access across the river footpath from the bottom of its gardens onto its mooring and own foreshore to mean low water.

Only by viewing internally can one fully appreciate the depth of well cared for and present accommodation, Pendragon's privacy and location capture the aura, peace and tranquillity provided by the beautiful setting and views.

Historical Note

Upon discussions with our clients, the original property was built in 1929 and was sold to our clients' parents in February 1951. The property as handed down to our clients in 2004. During 2002 to 2004, under planning application CI/FP131/0494/02, a major reconstruction to the main house as well as the additions of a 2 bedroom annexe was built by a local highly regarded and reputable building firm. The re-modelling and refurbishment included a new roof, heating system, bathrooms and internal alterations as seen today.

In 2012 to 2013, under planning permission PA12/05126 the old hut in the grounds was demolished and a new chalet was built as 'ancillary' accommodation to the main residence.

The Views

The uninterrupted views from the majority of the rooms in the property as well as its gardens, terraces and chalet are captivating and inspiring. Mere photography does not do them justice. These encompass a 180 degree expanse and the waters of the Percuil River including Pelyn and Porth creeks and the National Trust owned highly wooded St Anthony Headland, views of which should be there in perpetuity – a very significant attribute. The river is a hive of wildlife and marine activity most of the year, from children learning to sail on pico dinghies, sailors mooring up, kayakers and paddle boarders to a variety of birdlife. Dolphins and seals have also been spotted.

Pendragon (A Brief Tour)

Ground Floor

Enter the arched oak main entrance door from the parking area into a hall and onto the spacious family / dining room where one cannot help identifying the superb water views. Open plan is a well-equipped kitchen with utility area and cloakroom off. The main lounge has a wide expanse of windows and patio doors to capture the beautiful views, where an alternative focal point when the sun goes down is a featured minster fireplace with wood burner inset. A glazed door leads to a spacious study.

First Floor

On the first floor of the main residence is a galleried landing, from a dog leg mezzanine staircase. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and dressing area. A separate shower room and bathroom serves three further bedrooms. Our client uses bedroom 4 as a study.

Connecting Accommodation

A connecting door from the main kitchen leads to an annexe, which has been sympathetically designed to provide extra accommodation to the main residence.

The reception hall has its own independent entrance door. The spacious living room has a part vaulted ceiling and large bay window connecting to a balcony to capture the lovely views. Open plan is a modern fitted kitchen. Guest bedroom 5 has a dressing area, en suite bathroom and a covered patio, which particularly attracts the morning sun. A separate shower room serves a double bedroom 6.

Garaging / Storage

Connected to the property is a triple garage and a useful basement / plant room is located under the living room and main balcony.

The Gardens

The surrounding gardens are private and bordered by hedge. Most shrubs, plants and hedges have been planted by the current owners and mainly comprise lawned areas dispersed by a variety of fauna; a vegetable plot, greenhouse and sun terraces that attract the sun from sunrise to sunset.

The Chalet

Built in 2013 to cater as ancillary accommodation for 4 persons, this comprises studio with trifold doors onto a decked area, a bedroom and a shower room / wc.

General Information


Mains drainage (via pump to main sewer), mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating (2455 litre tank) to radiators and pressurized hot water system. Three wood stores (behind garages). UPVC double glazing. Telephone (broadband connected). Television aerials. Exterior re-painted in 2017.

Energy Performance Certificate Rating - D.

Council Tax

Band G (the annexe was band A but currently exempt Class T).

Important Notice

Every effort has been made with these details but accuracy is not guaranteed and they are not to form part of a contract. Representation or warranty is not given in relation to this property. An Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request. All negotiations must be with H Tiddy. Before proceeding to purchase, buyers should consider an independent check of all aspects of the property.


Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Place Ferry Landing 0.4 miles
  • St Mawes Ferry Landing 0.4 miles
  • St Mawes School 0.5 miles
  • Gerrans School 1.7 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Place Ferry Landing 0.4 miles
  • St Mawes Ferry Landing 0.4 miles
  • St Mawes School 0.5 miles
  • Gerrans School 1.7 miles

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