A delightful 3 bedroom traditional stone built character cottage, situated in a quiet, out of the way location, with attractive pasture field, garage and poultry pen, extending in all to 1.4 acres.
TREMETHICK CROSS 1 MILE * SANCREED 1 ½ MILES * NEWLYN 3 MILES * PENZANCE 3 MILES * ST. JUST 6 MILES * ST. IVES 11 MILES
Codna Coath is situated at Sellan, a small hamlet in West Penwith, just to the north of the 65 acre Drift Reservoir popular with fly fishers. The property is in a lovely quiet rural location with good riding out and footpaths in the area and is contained within an Area of Great Landscape Value. The property is equi-distant between the main roads of the A30 and A3071 giving easy access to Sennen Cove and Land’s End or St. Just and the North West Penwith coastline respectively.
The local area is well renowned for its ancient history and monuments including various iron and bronze age hillforts, Sancreed Beacon, Carn Uny and Settlement, Church of Sancreed with four Celtic Crosses as well as the harbour ports of Mousehole and Newlyn. There are several manor and estate houses including the privately owned Trereife House and The National Trust Trengwainton, Trewidden Gardens as well as the famous open air Minack Theatre at Porthcurno and St. Michael’s Mount off Marazion.
The harbour town of Penzance is within easy reach and provides an extensive range of health, education and leisure facilities, business, supermarkets and retail services, cafes, pubs and restaurants as well as a mainline railway station with services to London Paddington and links to the Isles of Scilly.
Codna Coath has been in the same family since 1938 and was originally a traditional stone cottage with a slate roof which was extended in 1974 to provide three bedroom family accommodation. The property has been rendered and pebble dashed.
There is a shared gravelled entrance drive and ample parking area to the rear of the property. A low block wall with pedestrian gate leads to the cottage. There is a detached garage providing secure storage or parking. To the front is an enclosed garden with feature shrubs and bushes including camellias etc.
To the side of the cottage is a pasture paddock, bound by Cornish hedges with a separate road access, and extending to 1 ¼ acres or thereabouts. There is a large Chicken Run and a Vegetable Garden, small storage Shed and Field Shelter.