A beautifully renovated red brick terraced house located just moments from the beautiful harbour front of Padstow and its boutique collection of shops, pubs and highly acclaimed restaurants. Fifteen sleeps up to 8 guests comfortably in a collection of 4 chic bedrooms. A large patio and grassed garden is a safe haven for children and dogs. Fifteen also boasts views that stretch across The Camel Estuary to the popular hot spots of Rock and Daymer Bay.
Arranged over 3 floors, Fifteen is a gorgeous, spacious home having recently been lovingly renovated to a first class standard. A clever use of space has opened up the loft into a beautiful bedroom with fabulous views of the Estuary and rolling countryside. A fresh neutral backdrop has allowed the owner to creatively persoanlise each space from the punchy bright pink, purple and patterned soft furnishings to the gallery of artwork including original painting from The Cow Lady that brings character to the open plan kitchen and dining space. The main house benefits from traditional features whilst the smart clean lines and use of glass to the rear extension bring this coastal home to the 21st centrury in true style. Overlooking the rear garden this substantial space is filled with lots of natural light and boasts floor to ceiling glass doors that push right back, bringing the outside indoors. This room is a real hub to the house and the perfect entertainment space for cooking and enjoying meals together or simply relaxing with the papers or watching TV.
The garden is a generous size with designated patio area with table and chairs plus cosy summer house and further seating area to the far end of the garden. There is allocated off-road parking for up to 2 large vehicles. From the culinary flair of Rick Stein to the innovative creations of Paul Ainsworth, Padstow has firmly stamped its mark on the gastonimic map be it fish and chips on the quay, or 7 course fine dining. Quirky boutique shopping, cafes, pubs and galleries ensure days are fulfilled. Rock is a short water taxi ride across The River Camel and is frequently referred to as the coolest coastal honey trap in the British Isles so loved by celebrities, royals and a select loyal following of high flyers and fashionistas. It is also home to Cornwall's only 2 Michelin Star restaurant Nathan Outlaw at The St. Enodoc Hotel. A bracing walk from the town up to Stepper Point is well rewarded with enviable views of the Cornish coastline stretching as far you can see. Fifteen is the perfect North coast holiday pad whether a full house of 8 or simply a relaxing bolthole for 2, with Newquay Airport just a 30 minute drive away, you'll be enjoying all things Cornish in no time.