5 Amazing Coastal Properties For Sale

5 Amazing Coastal Properties For Sale

As the UK is an island we are treated to an enormous coastline pepper-potted with thousands of stunning coastal properties.

Whether it is Cornwall in the south, the Welsh coast the north east onto the North Sea or the island riddled west coast of Scotland there are stunning coastal properties aplenty.

Every month I share my top five coastal properties from around the UK, so lets start...


Roskarnon House, Rock

"A favourite holiday destination and on the opposite shore from the world famous Padstow, Rock is a charming part of north Cornwall which enjoys a most incredible setting" - Rupert 

The agent writes that 
Roskarnon House is "for sale for the first time since the early 1950’s, a true once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase one of Rocks most recognisable and sizeable landmark residences. The property is positioned at the bottom of Rock Road, in a prime part of the village, just metres from the water, enjoying magnificent sweeping southerly views across the Camel Estuary towards Padstow on the opposite shore"click here for more 

Roskarnon House, Rock, Cornwall from Rohrs & Rowe on Vimeo.


Ben Duirinnis House, Bonawe, Oban

According to Wikipedia: "Oban is a resort town within the Argyll and Bute council area of Scotland. Despite its small size, it is the largest town between Helensburgh and Fort William. During the tourist season, the town can have a temporary population of up to over 24,000 people. Oban occupies a setting in the Firth of Lorn.Oban is a resort town within the Argyll and Bute council area of Scotland. Despite its small size, it is the largest town between Helensburgh and Fort William. During the tourist season, the town can have a temporary population of up to over 24,000 people. Oban occupies a setting in the Firth of Lorn."

The agent writes, "Ben Duirinnis House is understood to date back to the 19th century with some more recent additions. Situated in a private positon overlooking Loch Etive with views across to Ben Cruachan, the property comprises of 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. There is also a detached stone garage. In addition, there is a plot with direct road access which has expired consent to create an additional house. The house has formal gardens to the front and side and surrounded by mixed mature woodland extending to about 3.29 acres. A path leads down from the garden to the stunning foreshore which includes a slipway and path along the shore." for more information CLICK HERE


St. Ann’s Head Lighthouse, Dale, Pembrokeshire

"Well it's certainly different and perhaps not everyone's cup of tea however you can't deny that the views it offers are nothing short of breathaking!" - Rupert

The agent writes: "St. Ann’s Head Lighthouse was built in 1844 to guide shipping bound for Milford Haven, replacing two leading lights established in 1714. 

The 360 degree observational tower is outstanding, at the top of the circular 4 storey tower, is the perfect chill out space/lounge, set up high with breath-taking panoramic views, perfect to sit having afternoon tea or enjoying the exceptional sunsets with a G+T in hand. 

The main lighthouse has six large bedrooms, two situated in the iconic, four storey, circular tower and four on the lower ground (2 with en-suite, 4 with easy access to a toilet/separate bathroom) 

Attached to the main Lighthouse, is a separate 2 double bedroom en-suite cottage."

To be taken to the agents listing on Rightmove, CLICK HERE


Solent Lodge, Cowes, Isle of Wight

"How can we have a "TOP 5 coastal properties" and not include a beautiful home from one of the most iconic coastal towns in the UK, Cowes!" Rupert

The agent writes: "Solent Lodge is believed to have been built in around 1870 and is listed, Grade II. Attached to the rear, the house benefits from sea views from wide bay windows from all 3 reception rooms and 4 double bedrooms. The accommodation has a light feel and an array of characterful period features but would benefit from modernisation. There is a driveway providing parking for 3 cars in addition to a garage and an attractive garden to the front of the property with terraces overlooking the sea. The unrivalled grandstand views of The Solent take in racing from the nearby start line as well as ocean going liners accessing Southampton waters.

The house is situated in a particularly sought after location on Queens Road, where the panoramic views combine with the house being a short walk from the town centre of Cowes as well as the principal yacht clubs."


The Cliff House, Dover, Kent

"With views reaching to France on a clear day and it's very own listed lighthouse this really is a stunning coastal property, perched atop the White Cliffs of Dover!" - Rupert

The agent writes: "Sitting on the edge of the white cliffs of Dover, The Cliff House occupies one of the most glorious positions along the south coast of England. Privately situated in its own 11.4 acres and surrounded by National Trust land, the property is secluded, private and protected.

The property sits almost centred in its own 11.5 acres. The flat lawns immediately outside the house make great entertaining and socialising areas, accompanied by a swimming pool and some light woodland. Two large paddocks lie to the front of the property, giving protection and a countryside feel to the arrival and general use of the house. To the north east of the plot lies the grade II listed lighthouse (not in use)."

To be taken to the agents listing CLICK HERE


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