It appears from various news reports that there is a frenzy of planning applications in Crantock Parish. Developers are coming up with individual applications using the discredited HCR and ‘rural exceptions’ as a means of getting applications through.
As we know, developers build houses which make a good profit and building luxury homes and advertising them to prospective buyers outside Cornwall is what happens. The give aways are the price! and the blurb which is not really what local residents in housing need would need to be told!
Last Detached House Remaining £650,000 – House 1 is a unique, architecturally designed coastal home built by NHBC award-winning developer Legacy Properties in desirable North Cornish village.
Totaling 1797 sq ft over two floors, this detached house enjoys far-reaching views of Holywell Bay, with a private gated entrance and three individual parking spaces.
A unique collection of 10 Architecturally designed coastal homes located in the stunning Cornish Hamlet of Holywell Bay. The Rocks have been individually designed to incorporate luxury living along side the Cornish outdoor lifestyle. Each home benefits from Treyone bespoke kitchens, Large open plan living spaces, Private outdoor living spaces along with allocated allocated parking in a gated community.
An award-winning, premium developer of luxury coastal properties in Cornwall. Legacy Properties is a family-owned property company which has been acquiring, designing and building properties for over 10 years. They put specific focus on newly-built, luxury coastal properties built using locally sourced materials.
Each Legacy property has its own individual identity while maintaining the same level of quality, luxury and level of detail on all projects.
The property is situated up a quiet lane in an elevated position approximately 400 meters from Holywell Bay Beach.
Holywell Bay itself sits on the North Cornish Coast between Perranporth and Newquay. Offering family friendly beaches with soft sand and dunes the beach is also kown as one of Cornwall’s most popular surfing beaches.
The village itself has a number of shops and several inns including the St Pirans Inn which sits practically on the beach. Golfers are well served with excellent courses at both Perranporth and Newquay With award winning restaurants such as Rick Stiens and Fifteen being only a short drive away.