Laregan House is a unique, non-listed, period house built in the early 19th Century by Thomas Pascoe. It was the residence of the Borlase family and subsequently the Bolitho family for circa 100 years. During this period the building was extended to create an impressive period house. The Italian plasterwork is still evident today, as are some of the many mature trees and shrubs in the grounds.

Laregan House is set in a prime residential location of Penzance overlooking Mounts Bay & St Michael's Mount. It is accessible by private drive, and set within pleasant communal grounds.

Converted to four freehold apartments in the 1960's, Flat 4 occupies the entire ground floor of the western wing. It has its own private gardens & entrance, parking spaces for two cars & separate garage.

Penzance is a delightful seaside town with a mainline railway station to London (approx 5hrs). The Isles of Scilly can be reached by helicopter, boat or plane. Newquay Airport (about 45 miles) has daily flights to London Gatwick, Stansted and other destinations. The picturesque seaside villages of Newlyn (with its fishing fleet), Mousehole, Marazion & St Ives are within a few miles.