Restronguet Point is a beautiful, narrow peninsula jutting out into the Fal Estuary in South Cornwall. The nearby village of Feock has a large children’s playground, pretty church and its own beach (Loe Beach) with boatyard, sailing and watersports school and cafe. The city of Truro, located 5 miles away, is centred around its magnificent cathedral and offers an excellent range of shopping and restaurants.

Perfectly positioned halfway along the deepwater side of Restronguet Point, Tregarrick has a breath-taking vista of the Carrick Roads (an extensive water network of rivers and creeks). With beautiful mature gardens descending towards the shoreline, the sweeping estuary views take in the western shore of the Roseland Peninsula and reach right up to Mylor Yacht Harbour, framing the open waters in-between.

The generous accommodation sleeps up to 10 guests and unfolds over circa 5,000 sq ft across two floors, including 5 bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms, 1 WC, wide reception hall, double height games room and state of the art cinema room. There is a high degree of flexibility in the accommodation provided, as all bedrooms have luxury zip and link beds (4 super king size; 1 king size), with bespoke oversized upholstered headboards,
enabling the creation of large comfortable twin beds where needed. The large principle master suite is located in a peaceful separate wing with elevated views over the water across to the Roseland.

There is a large triple aspect open-plan kitchen family entertaining space with floor to ceiling windows from which to enjoy the water views. Assessable via sliding doors there are both a balcony and sun terrace – perfect for the end of a busy family day on or in the water. Tregarrick has a newly installed and well-appointed kitchen, with a generous 4-metre long kitchen island perfect for entertaining, range cooker, Fisher Paykel fridge/freezer and dishwasher. A useful separate pantry and utility room compliments the kitchen facilities.

Set at the bottom of a wide driveway, the house affords much privacy from the road and offers space for multiple vehicles and an EV charger. The landscaped gardens include a large sun terrace by the house with BBQ, additional upper terraces and winding pathways to the water’s edge, and a large variety of mature,
colourful specimen and sub-tropical plants. These mature and established gardens descend to a wide 60ft terrace perched above the water and in all about 120ft direct frontage with landing stage and a superb concrete slipway which extends to just above the mean low water mark. The gentle gradient of the slipway makes it perfect for launching rowing boats, kayaks and paddle boards, or for setting off for a wild swim.

At low tide there are numerous rock pools on the shoreline, perfect for spotting sea anemones and sponges, scallops, oysters, shrimp and crabs, and you can walk along the rocks all the way to Loe Beach when the tide is furthest out. Opposite the head of Restronguet Point is the Pandora Inn which offers great food, accessible by car
but more fun to reach from the water. Tregarrick is a wildlife haven with rare birds often on the shoreline, and at certain times in the year both seals and dolphins make a welcomed appearance. For much of the year the water is a hive of maritime activity with crab fisherman, dinghy sailing and races, kayakers, paddle boarders, gig boat rowers, luxury yachts and pleasure craft.