Seaside four-bed eco-home with roof terrace overlooking stunning Cornwall beaches hits market for £750k

THIS stunning seaside home has gone on the market for £750,000 – and it's a surfer's paradise.

The property, called Island Reach, gives panoramic views of Newquay Island and the Cornish resort's Towan Beach, a popular surfing spot.

Built in 2016, the eco-house is in part of a block of seven homes considered to be the first zero carbon development in the UK.

There is a designated parking space in a gated parking area at the rear of the building, which comes with its own electric car charging point.

The home has four bedrooms and bathrooms spread over three floors, with a rooftop terrace perfect for taking in the beautiful views of the ocean.

Other perks of the over 2,100sq ft home are an outside shower and a storage cupboard for beach and sports equipment, the perfect place to park a board.


It has been owned by a family who have used it as a holiday home but have now put it on the market.

Martyn Rohrs, of Cornish agent Rohrs & Rowe, said: "Newquay is one of Cornwall’s most highly favoured coastal locations, famous for its many beautiful sandy beaches and home to probably the country’s best surfing spot, Fistral Beach.

"This exceptional and very spacious coastal residence offers a very rare opportunity to purchase a superbly constructed, modern house with 'smart home' technology.

"This makes it easy and reasonable to run as a second or main home, as well as having many highly sustainable and eco friendly credentials.

"The accommodation is very spacious at over 2,100sq ft and offers a well balanced layout of four double bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as flexible living spaces that are located on three different floors.

"There are great views from virtually every floor, which improve as you move up through the building, culminating with amazing panoramic views from a good-sized outside rooftop terrace."

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