An outstanding Grade II* Listed Cornish mansion of grandeur and elegance
Occupying an elevated rural position within the ancient Parish of Cardinham with unparalleled flexibility, either as an imposing, highly spacious family home, or as a portfolio of residential wings and cottages, offering ‘mix & match’ potential in a changing world…
In rural Cornwall between Fowey and Polzeath, Glynn House is ideally positioned for the rugged beaches of the North Coast and tranquil sailing waters of the South.
LOCATION - Bodmin Parkway Railway Station ½ mile - Wadebridge 11 miles - Fowey 13 miles - Charlestown 13 miles - Mevagissey 19 miles - Cornwall Airport Newquay 18 miles - Port Isaac 16 miles - Padstow 20 miles - Truro 27 miles - Rock 17 miles - Plymouth 31 miles
Glynn House stands above the beautiful wooded Glynn Valley at the end of a long drive serving only the main house and neighbouring properties. Glynn House enjoys a wonderful rural outlook, belying the fact that the house is within easy reach of the A38 and A30 dual carriageway, offering fast and convenient access to the city of Plymouth (31 miles), Liskeard (10 miles), Bodmin (3 miles) and Bodmin Parkway main line rail station (about ½ a mile – London Paddington approximately 4 hours). Glynn House is situated almost in the centre of Cornwall making it ideal for visiting both the north and south coasts with their contrasting characters and, much closer to hand the rugged splendour of Bodmin Moor. It is also within easy reach of many of the renowned gardens of Cornwall including Lanhydrock and the Eden project, while the popular sailing destination of Fowey lies nearby. The magnificent National Trust owned Lanhydrock House is just 3 miles to the south west and offers excellent walks and cycle rides around the estate as well as the magnificent house itself. The Camel Estuary to the north meanders its way through Wadebridge with the Camel Trail Cycle Path running along its banks to Padstow and meets the Atlantic Ocean with its superb sandy beaches. Both Padstow and Wadebridge offer an excellent range of shops, restaurants and sports facilities with the area in general exceptionally well served by many delightful pubs, restaurants and places to visit on both the south and north Cornish coasts. Both Paul Ainsworth and Rick Stein have highly regarded restaurants in Padstow and at Port Isaac Nathan Outlaw’s restaurant has been voted the number one restaurant in the country in the Good Food Guide in 2019.