An estate including a campsite, houses, a cafe and ownership of part of one of Cornwall’s best beaches has gone on sale for in excess of £8m.
Sandy Acres, near Hayle, overlooks St Ives Bay and has been in family ownership for 50 years.
The 124-acre estate includes ownership of part of the three-mile long Gwithian Beach.
Chris Anderson, from property agent Carter Jonas, said it was the “most amazing spot”.
He said: “It has a natural, wild feel. When you stand on the dunes at the end of the track and look out over the bay, everything seems trivial and life is good.”
The estate, named after the winding track that leads to the dunes, includes eight eco-friendly lodges, a 30-pitch campsite, and five other residential dwellings including a four-bed main house with a two-bed annex.
Mr Anderson said it was a “unique property” that had been sensitively developed.
He said: “It combines that chance to live somewhere amazing and enjoy it as a home along with running a really good business.”
Also included in the sale would be a beach cafe, three car parks, a yoga school and a surf school.
Source: BBC News
Original publication 10 July, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 16th July 2020
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