This house is a remarkable example of contemporary and ecologically sound architecture and is surrounded by an expanse of National Trust land and oak and hazel woods.
Pencalenick is now emerging as one of the country's most exclusive retreats can enjoy all the luxuries of a five-star hotel with the perk of privacy, including a team of full-time staff.
The use of locally sourced natural materials means that the house sits comfortably within the contours of the steep landscape.
The most prominent feature is the seeded grass roof. With a walkway on top and a decked terrace at one side with sensational views over the creek.
A huge, glass sliding door opens the 40ft living room. Overlooking magnificent views of the estuary, the double-height windows make this an ideal spot from which to watch storms roll in over the water or the sun set behind Fowey.