Invercloy sits in a fantastic location, ideal for exploring St Ives and surrounding area. Perfect for families with enclosed garden area with patio, BBQ and garden furniture to enjoy the evenings whilst the children play. Situated on a quiet tree lined residential street with open fields opposite, Invercloy is less than a 5-minute drive or a leisurely 20-minute stroll to the sandy beach of Carbis Bay where the family can take part in a range of activities or marvel at the coastal views from the terrace of Carbis Bay Hotel.
Invercloy is the perfect base to explore the surrounding area.\nSt Ives is just a 40-minute walk along the scenic coastal path or a 5-minute walk to bus stop and find yourself in centre of St Ives 4 minutes later. Alternatively hop onto the train and wind your way in whilst enjoying views of Carbis Bay beach and Porthminster beach. St Ives is home to the world famous Tate Modern Gallery and the Barbara Hepworth Museum. There are also numerous art galleries studios and a superb range of quality individual shops restaurants cafés and pubs all serving great food.\nDuring the day relax on the palm-fringed sandy beaches of Carbis Bay St Ives Porthkidney or the nearby Gwithian each with a range of activities and cafés to cater for everyone’s needs. Or why not take a quick drive to visit St Michaels Mount at Marazion the Carribean like beach of Porthcurno surfing beach of Sennen Cove or the delights of Lands End?\nGolf enthusiasts can choose from two great courses and birdwatchers are drawn to the nearby wide estuary and wild life haven of the Hayle Estuary and marshes of Marazion.\nInvercloy is an impressive detached house with a small adjoining completely self-contained annexe used occasionally by the owners with its own private access and garden. Supermarket 1 mile away. Shop ¼ mile pub and restaurant ½ mile.