A CLIFF-TOP home with dramatic sea views has gone on the market for a whopping £1.95 million.
Compass Point overlooks St Austell Bay, Cornualles and comes complete with an “infinity terrace” which will make prospective owners fell like they are stood on the edge of the world.
Each of the three double bedrooms give access to the stunning views and are fitted out with en suite bathrooms.
They also open out onto a full-length balcony to allow occupants to take in the panorama more easily.
The sleek 2,599 square foot property sits on the outskirts of the fishing village of Mevagissey and is perched on the cliffs 100 feet above sea level.
The infinity terrace is twinned with a second terrace on the upper levels of the home, which features a glazed dining pod and wooden summer house.
los luxury pad is within walking distance of picturesque Portmellon beach if the owners fancy a dip in the sea or a sailing trip.
sin embargo, on lazier days the light and airy living area is perfect for chilling out and admiring the view through floor to ceiling windows.
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Martyn Rohrs from Rohrs and Rowe, the agent listing the property, dicho: “The clifftop setting is simply breathtaking and the sea views are truly world class.
“It’s like you’re standing on the edge of the world or the other thing I would describe it feels like is being on the bow of a large ship – it’s incredible.”
The home was built in 2014 and has served as the current owner’s main home until now.
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sin embargo, the agent suggests that it would also make a “spectacular” second home due to tiny upkeep costs.
He added that it could also make a tidy profit on the holiday rental market, suggesting a figure upwards of £100,000 per year.