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On Cornwall’s spectacular north coast, this Stunning House, worth over £3,000,000, is perched high above the charming village of St Agnes, within a unique Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. St Agnes Heritage Coast’s rugged cliffs and sweeping bays, ruled by the Atlantic Ocean and Celtic Sea, meet with miles of colourful heathland in a harmonious synergy of yin and yang.  This breathtaking shoreline is even crowned with World Heritage status, for brick ruins of the tin mining industry that stand proudly on its dramatic headlands.

This stunning house, in the charming village of St Agnes, worth over £3,000,000, is an easy walk from Trevaunance Cove, where soft, golden sands and lively rockpools shelter between steep cliffs. This beautiful bay’s gently shelving beach is safe for children and bathing, so families can while away the day with a bucket and spade - building sandcastles, crabbing and beachcombing or paddling in the crystal-clear sea.   

Thrill seekers need look no further than Breakers Surf School, where those hungry for action can learn to catch waves and become part of Cornwall’s thriving community of surfers. Paddleboards can also be hired in the bay - inviting you to glide over kelp forests, past mineral-rich, vivid red cliffs, on the lookout for rare fish, inquisitive seals and even pods of graceful dolphins. Snorkelling beneath the water’s surface in this protected cove will reveal sea urchins, starfish, sea anemone and spider crabs, as well as a wide variety of other marine life. 

This vibrant village’s high street is teeming with independent eateries and shops, flying the flag of real community spirit. St Agnes Bakery, one of the oldest in the country, serves up gold-standard Cornish pasties, while The Sorting Office coffee house, located in the old post office, brews ethical beans from nearby B Corp roasters, Origin Coffee. The Cornish Pizza Company’s artisan pizzas are even named after the St Agnes heritage engine houses and cosy pubs, such as The Peterville Inn and The Driftwood Spars, serve real ale and locally sourced food, including freshly landed fish.

Behind this five bedroom, cedar-clad house, a carpet of pretty heathland unfolds - alive with blue star flowers of spring squill and bright yellow bird’s foot trefoil, supporting a diverse population of birds and butterflies with their nectar and pollen. Rising up from these grassland meadows are the brick remains of a characterful Victorian engine house, which beckon you to explore the area’s extensive network of bridleways and historic trails. Just half a mile away lies the South West Coast Path, England’s longest way-marked footpath, which you can step onto for minutes or days.


Cornwall’s sole city, Truro, is a thirty minute drive inland from St Agnes and direct trains run daily to and from its bustling station to London Paddington. Truro’s imposing, gothic revival cathedral, built at the turn of the 20th century, was the first Anglican cathedral to be built on a new site since the 13th century. Quaint streets, many lined with fine examples of Georgian terraces and townhouses, offer shoppers known brands alongside independent outlets. Head to Pennyworth’s traditional sweet emporium, for an old fashioned sugar rush; Bridge Antiques, for eclectic treasures; or Bonython Books, for antiquarian and second hand reads. 

Travel the same distance north of the house to Newquay, where Cornwall Airport welcomes daily domestic and international flights. This undisputed surfing capital of the UK is famous for its long stretches of idyllic sandy shorelines, Fistral Beaches and Watergate Bay. Fistral is home to the annual Boardmasters festival of camping, surfing competitions and international, live music acts, such as Florence and The Machine and Stormzy. Celebrated chef Rick Stein’s Fistral restaurant serves outstanding fresh fish and seafood; while at The Boathouse, in Newquay’s picturesque harbour, street food traders cook up delicious carry-outs for those who prefer to keep their toes in the sand. 

For an inspirational trek through indoor biomes showcasing the planet’s astonishing biodiversity, visit the groundbreaking Eden Project, just under an hour’s drive away. Wander through tropical rainforests, where groves of bananas, sugar cane and cacao thrive alongside a thundering waterfall, tiny orchids and deadly pitcher plants. Step onto the wobbly, tree-top walkway to stroll through the canopy of trees and soak in the earthy scents, sights and stories of the rainforest from up high. In the calming Mediterranean biome, enjoy the sweet aromas of herbs, brightly coloured flowers, gnarled olive trees and bountiful vines.

For your chance to win this life-changing house in Cornwall, worth over £3,000,000, just enter the Cornwall House Draw now. Your entries will support WWF to help restore the UK coastline, tackle climate change and bring wildlife back from the brink.

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