Gordon Ramsay’s Masterful Waterfront Townhouse in Cornwall Asks $3.6M

Between earning Michelin stars at his restaurants and flustering contestants on his competitive TV shows, it’s a wonder Gordon Ramsay finds time to make real estate moves. The MasterChef judge, who is also well-known for Hell’s Kitchen, has just put his Cornwall townhouse dubbed Trevail House on the menu for approximately $3.6 million (£2.75 million). However, it doesn’t mean he’s leaving this favorite seaside area in England. Elsewhere in Cornwall, he has a more secluded modern home where he and his family have been seen staying throughout the pandemic.

Though it’s unclear how often the chef pops into his town retreat in the quaint village of Fowey, it is a beautiful sight. An expert and perfectionist on plate presentation, Ramsay seems to take this approach to his homes as well. The Grade II structure is a landmark, but filled with fresh contemporary style. It boasts gorgeous river views and three floors drenched in sunlight, the perfect coastal escape.

A cooking flub couldn’t even ruin a meal out on the expansive garden terrace, though Ramsay may beg to differ. This outdoor respite connects to the chic garden room via glass bi-fold doors. With an elevator going directly to the kitchen upstairs, it’s oh-so-convenient for a chef to enjoy hosting guests al fresco and check on the food with ease.

From this deck, there is even private access down to the water. The best of in-town living and coastal calm, this four-bedroom home is a real estate delicacy.

John Bray and Partners has the listing and Mansion Global first reported that it is owned by Ramsay.