‘Heneward’ is set on the western edge of Bodmin Moor, in an exceptional rural setting enjoying a high degree of privacy with no immediate neighbours and indeed not overlooked at all. The house enjoys spectacular views towards Rough Tor and Brown Willy, the highest point on the moor.
Whilst the property enjoys total privacy it is not too remote being within 31/2 miles of the market town of Camelford and within 3 miles of the village of St Breward which has a pub, church, post office and school. The town of Bodmin, which has a mainline rail link to London Paddington is located about ten miles distant to the south. The North Cornwall coast with its rugged, picturesque coastline is within five miles, where there are some fine sandy and surfing beaches, with much of the cliff land being in ownership of the National Trust. The A39 Atlantic Highway allows access up through the county. The towns of Wadebridge, Padstow and the villages of Rock, Polzeath and Port Isaac are all close at hand, the nearest sandy beach being Trebarwith Strand. The A30 trunk road, which is the main route into the county and links with the M5 at Exeter is located just south of Bodmin
An immensely secluded, peaceful and tranquil country house offering spacious, very well presented, 4 bedroomed accommodation, together with a separate two bedroomed guest cottage, along with five further barns and a Listed cottage – formerly an ancient hamlet.
A wonderful rural retreat set within extensive grounds and mature gardens running down to the River Allen, with woodland, pasture, stream and a duck pond.
A true oasis at the end of its own long private drive yet so very close to the sandy beaches of the North Cornish coast.