Port Navas, Cornwall


This four-bedroom cedar-clad and stone house, designed by local architect Roger Hocking in 1985, sits in two acres of terraced gardens on the banks of the Port Navas Creek. The land goes down to the water’s edge where there is almost 400ft of water frontage and two licensed moorings. Inside the airy three-storey house are dramatic double-height wood-clad ceilings and lots of windows, while wraparound balconies and connected patio areas make the most of the views from outside.


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