Tiny round house in Cornwall on sale for the first time in 50 years

Fancy a home that’s as cute as it is compact?

This Grade II listed cob cottage could fit the bill.

The thatched round house on Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall, is on sale for the first time in 50 years.

While it may look teeny-tiny (and rather adorable) from the outside, it hides a surprising amount of space thanks to a cottage joined to the main round house structure, which allows for three bedrooms in total across 1,039 sq ft of interior space.

Enter the home on the ground floor and you’ll find the dining room and kitchen in the circular bit, then a hall, living room, a bathroom and one bedroom in the adjoining cottage.

Go up the stairs and there’s the next bedroom (the only bedroom with the very cool curved walls) with its own bathroom, and the third bedroom in the cottage space.

All the rooms make the most of the stunning views – a major selling point considering the home’s gorgeous location near the Carne and Pendower beaches.

All in all, we reckon this is a pretty dreamy home for anyone ready to ditch city life and embrace a cosy beachside lifestyle.

If all this sounds glorious, be warned that you’ll need a decent chunk of change to make your Cornwall dreams a reality.

Lillicrap Chilcott has listed the property at £675,000, and we imagine there’ll be quite a lot of interest, especially as Cornwall is such a hot location at the mo.

If you are keen to put in an offer, you can find out more through the listing page.

The rest of us can always design the same house on Sims, we guess?

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