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Dennis Lane, Padstow

A beautiful detached house with stunning water views, tucked in a peaceful spot near the Camel Estuary.



Total Size: 203 m²    Tenure: Freehold    Energy Rating: D



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A superb example of coastal architecture, Sanderling sits proudly above the Camel Estuary, quietly watching over the water. This impressive residence enjoys a wonderfully elevated position, allowing incredible views across to Rock and Porthilly, as well as the rolling hills that hug the sides of the winding estuary. Sanderlings classic interior comfortably houses four bedrooms, however planning permission has been granted to create a fifth bedroom in the roof space, enhanced by an incredible balcony with 180-degree views of the estuary.


There is a sense of calm and tranquillity at Sanderling. The generous proportions of the hallway hint at what is to come, whilst at the same time, the house maintains a homely feel. Double doors lead you into an elegant living room, where the curve of the impressive frontage is really on show. Large, panoramic windows open out onto wooden decking, perfectly placed to watch all activity on the water. The flow of the ground floor continues through open, flexible spaces, currently set as a morning room and dining room, which lead through to the light and bright kitchen, replete with large range cooker. A wonderful coastal palette runs throughout this generous house, evoking happy memories of days at the beach and time spent with loved ones.


The tasteful decoration continues on the upper floor, where the four bedrooms sit around a spacious landing. The impressive master en-suite room has mesmerising views over the estuary, framed beautifully by the gentle curve of the building’s frontage. This floor houses a family bathroom, separate shower room, as well as two ensuites, all of which have appealing proportions and have benefitted from elegant modernisation.  Sanderling enjoys wonderful gardens to both the front and rear of the property. The garden to the front is a wonderful mix of winding paths and glorious coastal planting, which frames the front of the house with colour, whilst the rear garden is a peaceful haven of greenery, with mature shrubs and established trees.



Front entrance door  to;



Spacious hallway with double glazed window to the side, radiator ceiling light, stairs to first floor, doors to;



Pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, ceiling light, double glazed window to the rear.



Double glazed French doors and bay windows to the front with views to the estuary, recessed spotlights, three radiators, gas fire in feature fireplace with slate hearth, double doors to morning room.



A comprehensive range of base units incorporating a stainless-steel sink unit with mixer tap, Falcon induction range cooker with matching extractor over, built in dishwasher (appliances just over a year old), door to the garage, recessed spotlights, sliding doors to the rear.



Double glazed window to the side, sliding doors to the front terrace, pendant light.


Stairs to first floor;



Radiator, recessed spotlights, doors to;



Shower enclosure, fitted wash hand basin set in unit, low level WC, heated towel rail, part tiled walls, recessed spotlight, double glazed window to the rear.



Double glazed bay windows to the front with far reaching views over the Camel Estuary to Rock and Porthilly, radiator, ceiling light, door to;




Twin fitted wash hand basins with units underneath, tiled flooring, recessed spotlights, double glazed window to the side, shower enclosure, heated towel rail, shaver point.



Double glazed windows to the front and  side, radiator, ceiling light.



Bath with shower attachment, shower enclosure, low level WC, twin fitted wash hand basins, low level WC, two veluxwindows, recessed spotlights.



Double glazed window to the rear, built in wardrobe, ceiling light, velux window, radiator, door to;



Velux window, low level WC, heated towel rail, fitted wash hand basin, tiled shower enclosure.



Double glazed windows to the side and rear, ceiling light, built in wardrobes.



Electric up & over double doors, megaflo hot water cylinder, boiler, plumbing for automatic washing machine, tumble drier, window to the side.



Parking for several cars in the driveway. The driveway access is shared with the neighboring property ‘Flinders’



The front garden hosts a variety of established plants with an established hedge and timber fenced boundary. Leading off the sitting room & morning room is a terrace which enjoys the Estuary views. To the rear is a further garden area, enclosed and mainly laid to lawn with central sycamore tree and timber storage shed.



Mains gas, electricity, drainage & water. Council tax band deleted (business rates). EPC – tbc.  Standard construction, cavity wall, pitched roof, fully double glazed. Gas fired boiler for central heating. Separate electric hot water cylinder. The property shall be used as a private residential dwellinghouse; no trade is permitted. Please get in touch for further information.



The vendors have successfully obtained planning permission to convert the loft space into a bedroom with en-suite and balcony. Please see page  8 for proposed plans and elevations, or visit and use reference number PA22/01241



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Local Area

Padstow is a striking harbour town and a highly desirable destination in the West Country of England. It remains a working fishing port surrounded by a coastline of outstanding natural beauty. Padstow’s pretty pubs, foodie hotspots, wine bars, art galleries, boutiques and more are laced with quintessential Celtic charm. Padstow’s popularity has boomed over the last decade and on arrival in this special coastal town it’s very easy to see why. Padstow is uniquely quaint, chic, bohemian and rugged all at the same time and has everything you could possibly wish for



  • A pleasant walk to the beautiful sandy beach at St George’s Well & Tregirls 
  • 2 miles to Trevone beach 
  • Close proximity to Treyarnon, Watergate, Harlyn and Constantine
  • A 5-minute ferry ride across the estuary to Rock



  • Bus links available within a 10 minute walk 
  • 9 miles to Newquay Airport 
  • 19 miles to Bodmin Parkway Train Station 



  • 1 minute walk to town centre restaurants, pubs, shops
  • 10 minute walk to the local supermarket
  • 10 minute walk to Padstow Primary School 
  • 8 miles to Wadebridge Secondary School 
  • 5 minute walk to Padstow Doctors Surgery 
  • 14 miles to Bodmin Hospital



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