First mentioned in the Sherborne Mercury in 1746 as an accustomed inn with large Malthouse, for the last 100 years The White Hart and its south wing have been a private residence with the Malt House providing comfortable holiday accommodation.
At a Glance
Total Floor Area: 2240sq.ft. (208.1sq.m approx)
- Located in the Old Part of Padstow Town
- One of the Oldest Buildings in Padstow
- Two Historic Adjoining yet Separate Properties
- Five Bedrooms & Five Bathrooms
- Elegant & Beautifully Presented Accommodation
- Private Enclosed Walled Garden
- Freehold Double Garage & Single Garage
- Moments from the Vibrant Harbour, Cafés, Shops & Restaurants of Picturesque Padstow
The White Hart has elegant and beautifully presented free flowing accommodation, with natural light in abundance. The ground floor has three reception rooms with window seats, a gas burning stove, beamed ceiling and exposed original stonework. The kitchen is home to a gas Aga and granite topped breakfast bar which is open to the dining room. To the far end of the property is an office/study and a useful utility/shower room.
Up on the first floor are three elegant double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms with traditional fixtures and fittings and one with recessed built in wardrobes.
The Malt House is a cosy character cottage with reverse living accommodation full of charm and oozing history. There is one double bedroom with en-suite bathroom on the ground floor and a second double bedroom on the first floor together with a family shower room. The lounge and dining area has a vaulted ceiling with original A frame beams alongside the galley kitchen. The Malt House currently provides popular holiday let accommodation.
Both properties overlook an enclosed and walled private courtyard garden, beautifully stocked with an array of plants, shrubs and small trees and slate patio underfoot. To one corner is a conservatory/garden room, perfectly positioned to watch the sun go down. Services to both properties include mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. EPC rating D. Council tax band D.
The historic and picturesque fishing town of Padstow is located on the North Coast of Cornwall and offers an extensive range of cafés, public houses and restaurants, none more so than Paul Ainsworth's Michelin starred No.6, cool seafood bar Prawn On The Lawn and of course Rick Stein's esteemed Seafood restaurant. An area of outstanding natural beauty, there are an abundance of sandy beaches within a few miles as well as the championship golf course at Trevose. The town also has a supermarket and excellent Primary School.
For more extensive shopping facilities, the thriving market town of Wadebridge is just 7 miles distant and offers a fine selection of shops and amenities including a sports centre, cinema, a primary and secondary school and a selection of supermarkets. The nearest mainline station is Bodmin Parkway which is approximately 20 miles distant with the nearest airport at Newquay approximately 14 miles away.
To find The White Hart and The Malt House, drive towards Padstow on the A389. As you approach Padstow, turn right at signs for the town centre and follow the road down the hill. As the road bears right, go straight on and follow New Street down the hill towards the town. The White Hart and The Malt House can be found at the bottom on the right hand side. Please note, New Street is one way so we would recommend parking then proceeding on foot to the property. The postcode for satellite navigation is PL28 8EA. What3words: roosts.parked.cork
Visit The White Hart & The Malt House, Padstow
Guide Price £1,850,000