"Beam Reach" was built by an architect for his family in 1970.
It's modern style is as fashionable today as when it was built.
Now you can enjoy it's space, style and privacy.
- Large 4 Bedroom House in an amazing location - detached & private
- Large Pool (Heated in the Summer)
- Large Private Garden
- Partial Sea Views
- Close to Beach and Golf Course
OUTSIDE, there is a massive garden, fully fenced and very private.
The swimming pool is heated in the summer, and separately fenced from the garden for safety.
There are two patios. The first is outside the living room with a distant view of the sea. The second is outside the kitchen, it's sunny and sheltered and perfect for dining overlooking the gardens.
INSIDE, the house offers an exceptional feeling of space and light.
ENTRY LEVEL - Kitchen, Dining Room, Laundy Room, Toilet
- large dining Kitchen big enough for everyone. A glass dining table with seating for six, twin oven six-burner cooker, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The kitchen opens to a sheltered patio looking over the garden.
- the separate dining room easily seats eight
- the separate Laundry Room has a washing machine and dryer
- there is also a WC
UPSTAIRS - Living Room & Patio
Up a half stair is a Living Room with high sloped ceiling, three seating areas, a wonderful fireplace, and a 42" smart-TV with Sky-Plus. Patio doors open to a large balcony overlooking the garden, pool, and a glimpse of the sea over the tree tops.
DOWNSTAIRS - Four Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms
Down a half stair are four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
- Master Bedroom with a 6 ft Super-King Bed and En-Suite Bathroom
- Second Bedroom with a 5 ft King-size Bed
- Third Bedroom with two 3 ft Single Beds or 6ft Super-King Bed (your choice!)
- Fourth Bedroom with two single beds
The house sleeps 8 people.
SUMMARY FOR SEARCH
Beautiful 4 bedroom House
Massive lush Garden, private and fully fenced
Large Swimming Pool, heated in the summer
Great for extended families, or multiple couples
Gold course, restaurants and beach nearby
Close to historic Charlestown Harbour and the Eden Project
The south coast of Cornwall is more sheltered than the west coast, but the scenery is just as stunning.
It's one of the warmest areas of Britain, even spring comes earlier here.
THE COAST is a striking mix of rugged cliffs and sheltered bays.
Many of the bays are beautiful historic harbours, tiny winding streets with stone fishermen's cottages perched on steep hillsides. These harbours were also famous for smuggling.
There are numerous beaches in the area, mostly sheltered bays with soft pale sand.
INLAND the area was famous for tin mines, and the high peaked remnants of the mines can still be seen as you drive over Bodmin Moor into St Austell. There are also fantastic footpaths on the moors.
The Eden Project uses the site of one of the mines. Not only the largest indoor rain forest in the world, but a pioneer of ecology and education. It also has a music and arts program. Truly a great day out, and only 15 minutes drive.
THE TOWN of St Austell has a thriving local economy, with a large shopping area and lots of parking. A large Tesco's supermarket is 5 minutes drive from the house, and the town only 10 minutes.
Everything you need for the perfect holiday is close by.
Carlyon Bay, named after the Cornish for Fort, was originally know as the New Cornish Riviera.
The Beach is sandy and sheltered in a bay, and about 10 minutes from the house.
Atop the cliffs near the house, fields slope down to dense bushes on the cliff edge, the golf course, and many modern luxury houses, some truly modern mansions.
"Beam Reach" is the second row of homes. Because of the slope, it looks over the roof-tops of the larger mansions and out to sea.
Large trees give great privacy.
Nearby is the Carlyon Bay Golf Club and luxury Hotel. Try it's excellent food or enjoy a bit of pampering in the spar, just a few minutes walk from the house.
The South West Coastal Path crosses the open field atop the cliffs overlooking the bay with spectacular views of the sea.
Heading east, you can walk for miles along the cliffs to the town of Par, and miles beyond.
Heading west, the path is sheltered away from the cliffs as it winds down into the historic village port of Charlestown.