Covean Cottage

On an elevated position on the south side of St. Agnes.

Currently set up as self catering accommodation with three double bedrooms (one en suite) a family bathroom, lounge and kitchen.

Owners Accommodation including a double bedroom (with en shower room, living room / kitchen / dining room.

£575,000 ono

St. Agnes

Peace and tranquillity are assured on St. Agnes, the most south westerly of the Isles of Scilly. Rocky coves, sandy beaches, coastal footpaths and panoramic views of the Western Isles, provide a diversity of attractions to fill a leisurely holiday.

St. Agnes is the last of the islands on which many of the resident inhabitants still derive much of their income from traditional means, farming and fishing. It is, therefore, not surprising that regularly returning visitors, many for 20 years, comment favourably on the lack of any major changes on the island or the way of life. It is against this background that our visitors enjoy their holidays and familiarise themselves with the island’s 365 acres and its 80/85 inhabitants.

A little under a mile long and less than half a mile wide, a walk around the island can be accomplished in a morning. To fully explore all the small coves and stop to admire the views or the profusion of wild flowers can take days. The clear pollution free atmosphere provides an ideal environment for the keen photographer whether it be views, wildlife or family snaps.