How about trying something ‘off grid’ for a change? Owner Caroline used to be the owner of a Triumph Stag and says she would love to see other classic cars (and their humans) arriving at her property. This is what she tells us:
“This unforgettable experience will appeal to you if you’re a free spirit who’ll enjoy spending some time in a stunningly beautiful location within a private nature reserve on the coast.
We have half a mile of private foreshore, accessible to those who are fit and have a head for heights.
Come and find out how satisfactory it is to live comfortably, yet independent of the mainstream energy companies!”
Caroline has also given us this detail about the access to the property:
“The last 1.5 miles of the approach route are narrow, twisting Cornish lanes with high banks and passing places.
Once through our main gate there is a gravel drive with a grassy centreline running down the steep and bendy 100-yard hill to the coach house. Most of its route is well compacted gravel, but in one or two places there is loose gravel and the grass forms a bit of a ridge in the middle. Easily passable by any normal car.
Some of the parking area is overhung by Monterey pine trees, but there’s parking space under the sky as well.
From the parking area to the house is a 50-foot, near-level walk.
Privacy: the coach house is within our private and unadvertised 70-acre holding, and the parking area is visible only from the air.”
As they say, ‘forewarned is forearmed’.
If you been to this venue and traversed the approach in a low-slung car, we’d love to know how you got on, thank you.