From a luxury hidden gem by the Cornish coast to a Regency Sussex home with a creative past, here is this month’s round-up of cracking coastal homes for sale now.


Parc Behan is a luxury Grade II listed manor house with a sweeping private and gated driveway, in 12 acres of stunning grounds. Originally built in the 1800s, no expense has been spared over the past 20 years to transform this property into a world class family home set just a mile from two beautiful beaches.

Truly a hidden gem, the property offers eight bedrooms, a three-bedroom cottage, an outdoor heated pool, cellar, vegetable garden, 12 acres and stunning views of the Cornish countryside.

The ground floor comprises four large reception rooms, including a dining room, snug/study, games room, and drawing room/lounge. The first floor of the property accommodates four large double bedrooms, two bathrooms (one ensuite), a separate shower room and also a fifth reception room.

The second floor has four double bedrooms with part vaulted ceilings, built-in wardrobes, and original skylights, as well as two bathrooms. The property has various garden areas, including a copse, walled garden (now a pool and entertaining area), and a vegetable garden.

The purchase of the property also includes a beautiful 1,500 sq ft three-bedroom cottage. With two bathrooms, an open-plan living area, a large utility room and a private entertaining terrace and access to the pool area, this would be the ideal guesthouse for family and friends or could be a commercial opportunity. Luxury Property Partners (0330 179 7979,


This is a well-presented, light and airy house in a wonderful position overlooking the beach in this popular coastal town close to Tenby and Narberth.

The ground floor provides open plan accommodation with three bedrooms on the first floor, the front two of which have a balcony facing the sea. The front terrace has a seating area and the elevated rear lawned garden has a summerhouse and provides superb views over the coastline. West Wales Properties (01834 845584


White Lodge and Little Lodge present a unique opportunity to acquire two detached, unrestricted properties, located within moments of the renowned surfing beach of Polzeath.

Both are currently popular holiday lets and consist of separate eight- and four-bedroom houses, set within established grounds extending to approximately on acre. The plot offers exciting scope for additional development (subject to planning). John Bray Estates (01208 862601,

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Set in the much sought after village of Newton Ferrers, on the northern slope of the beautiful estuary of the River Yealm within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this impressive bay fronted colonial style house was designed with strong Swiss-German and Art Deco influences to a grand style.

Dating from 1924, and in the same family ownership for 80 years, the magnificent home creates a wonderful feeling of nostalgia throughout the house and grounds of about 1.4 acres.

Strategically placed high above the Yealm Estuary, principal rooms command exceptional panoramic river and country views. A total of 4,963 sq ft, plus attic room, it features four receptions and five bedrooms. There is also an extensive cellar with wine store, two studios, garage and drive. Marchand Petit Newton Ferrers office (01752 873311,


125 Beach Street is a most attractive Grade II listed period property located directly on the seafront. The two-bedroom house has a number of original features such as sash windows, a large fireplace (currently sealed off), exposed beams and offers plenty of charm, but also scope to modernise and improve as required. Outside is a small enclosed courtyard. Bright & Bright (01304 374071,


Abberton Hall is a pretty Grade II Listed Regency house in a stunning elevated setting enjoying panoramic views of Abberton Reservoir. There are period features throughout the house including deep cornicing, dado rail, skirting boards and working shutters.

Outside, the property is approached via a long tree-lined drive with two magnificent lines of horse chestnut trees. The grounds feature expansive lawns, a brick and tiled storage outbuilding with enclosed garden area mixed deciduous hedge, as well as a small orchard and timber and corrugated iron stable block with two stables and a post and rail fence and paddock. To the rear is a York stone terrace with wrought iron gate, brick and tile potting shed, greenhouse and pergola.

Abberton Hall lies to the east of Abberton and Langenhoe villages. The area benefits from swathes of open space, a large reservoir which is home to countless nesting birds and excellent proximity to the Essex coastline and Mersea Island. Jackson-Stops Ipswich (01473 218218,


Bunker House is a superb three-bedroom California beach-style property in a desirable, quiet residential area in Britain’s Ocean City. Built to exacting standards with an exemplary specification, using contemporary building methods, it has a south-facing, Mediterranean-style garden with spacious, gated driveway parking.

With a nod to urban-style aesthetics and a great appreciation of spatial awareness, Bunker House delivers an exceptional home of great charisma. The hands-on approach to designing this striking detached house has created a property of over 2,000 sq ft, filled with an artistic array of industrial materiality and dancing light within.

The roadside facade conceals the house from the street scene, electric entrance gates opening to reveal the clean lines of Bunker House and views over the surrounding countryside and cityscape.

In the dining area the showstopper is the Wimbledon wine cellar, accessed by descending down the lit spiral staircase, through its motorised statement ‘walk-over’ see-through toughened glass. An office, utility, plant room and cloakroom complete the downstairs.

The attention to detail continues upstairs, with smart herringbone parquet flooring running into the three south-facing double bedrooms, each with individual ensuite and luxury Duravit fittings. A sheltered balcony makes a peaceful spot enjoy the panoramic views from the master suite, with Juliette balconies featuring in the guest bedrooms. Marchand Petit, Newton Ferrers (01752 873311,


The Fitzroy is a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with stunning panoramic views of Falmouth Bay and the historic Pendennis Castle. Designed by award-winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, The Fitzroy’s design is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional grand hotels on Cliff Road. The building is the first of its kind to use sustainable cross-laminated timber, which has minimised its carbon footprint.

Making the most of the breathtaking sea views, the beautiful Cornish light and the fresh sea air, the open-plan apartments at The Fitzroy are spacious and flooded with natural light. Each has large floor-to-ceiling windows that open out onto a balcony, benefiting from panoramic views over the sea.

The kitchens are light and spacious, each one with plenty of storage and counter space, and the perfect space to entertain family or friends. All master suites benefit from a built-in wardrobe and en-suite, which have tiled walls and mirrored cabinets to ensure the rooms are bright and spacious.

The generous grounds offer plenty of areas for relaxing outdoors, while taking in the panoramic views, including a shared outdoor terrace at the front of the development which faces the sea. Drawing on Falmouth’s 19th-century tradition of collecting tropical plants brought back from overseas expeditions, the gardens host a variety of coastal and exotic plants, while areas of Cornish walling form a series of nooks and crannies with sheltered seating. Pegasus Homes (01326 567664, 


This is a lovely period cottage in a particularly fine and peaceful setting on the upper tidal reaches of the River Tavy, adjacent to the historic quay and deep water mooring.

The attractive village of Bere Ferrers is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has many amenities including a station with a direct service to Plymouth. The cottage includes hall, conservatory, sitting room, kitchen/dining room and two double bedrooms. Outside is a small, low-maintenance garden with store. Mansbridge & Balment (01822 855055,


Built in the 1820s, this exceptional, Grade I listed house was one of the first properties designed by renowned Regency architect Charles Busby. Along with others in this particular terrace, the house was used as a showhouse for the rest of the Brunswick Estate.

As a result, the house includes unique Regency decorative features not found in other homes on the development. The proportions and architectural detail encapsulate the fashions of the Regency era; hinting at extravagance and the desire and capacity for formal entertaining.

Angel House has enjoyed a unique and interesting history. Its custodians include Z Cars actress Sidonie Bond, who lived in the house in the 1970s, and author, Nigel Richardson, who wrote Breakfast in Brighton whilst living at the property in the late ’90s.

The current owner first rented the house, using it as a creative community space, before buying it and painstakingly restoring it over a three-year period. The property has since hosted weddings, editorial photo shoots and elements of the Brighton Festival. Savills (01444 446000,