£375,000 Guide Price
Semi Detached House
Refitted Kitchen & Separate Utility Room
Separate Dining Room & Conservatory
En-suite to Master Bedroom
Parking for Several Vehicles & Detached Garage
Stone Barn & Summerhouse
Set Within a Substantial Plot
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Sitting comfortably in the heart of the moorland village of St Breward, you will find this stunning three double bedroom cottage, enjoying a rural position and wonderful views. Immaculately presented and exuding Cornish charm boasting a wealth of character and living accommodation with three delightful receptions rooms and a refitted kitchen. Attractive lawned gardens, ample parking and a detached garage are a bonus making this an idyllic family home and a stone barn offers further potential too, subject to planning consent. In a nutshell, simply charming!
For those loving character, this cottage with period features galore and a modern twist will not disappoint! Boasting original wooden doors throughout, painted beamed ceilings, flag-stone flooring, exposed inglenook fireplaces and sash windows to name but a few, whilst benefitting from modern features such as fully glazed windows and oil central heating.
From the road, pull into the gravelled drive area where there is room to park approximately four cars. To the right is an open attractive frontage with a low maintenance crazy paved courtyard with pretty wrought iron fencing providing access to the front door.
Step inside: from the glazed wooden composite door into the hallway where the stairs ascend to the first floor straight ahead and there are two doors either side. Take a right and you’re into the cosy sitting room where a granite stone fireplace takes centre stage. with useful storage and shelving either side, and a glazed sash window overlooks the front garden whilst allowing plenty of natural light to flood in. A wonderful space to relax in anytime of the year and cosy too during the winter months!
Step outside: from the conservatory into a gravelled patio area, which is an ideal place to partake coffee and breakfast. The pathway with Cornish walling surround sweeps to the left where there is a wrought iron gated enclosure to provide secure access to the drive at the front. Take a right and follow the pathway opening up to the extensive lush green lawns where there are a variety of seating areas. An array of mature shrubs, small feature trees and well-groomed hedgerow line the parameters to fully enclose the garden. Follow the pathway to the side where there is another attractive wrought iron gate and a lovely seating area to the right with a feature stone rockery to one side and detached garage/workshop with a courtesy door beyond.
Step through the gate at the rear where you will be able to access the front of the garage/workshop on the right via the metal roller door, with dual aspect glazed windows, lighting and power. To the left is the detached stone barn, accessible via double timber doors, a fantastic space providing useful storage or alternatively offering so much potential and versatility, subject to planning consent. To the side of the barn is a gravelled enclosure with low-level picket fencing ideal for parking a motorhome.
To the far end of the above average size gardens fantastic views of the surrounding countryside in the distance can be fully enjoyed. A timber summerhouse can also be located here providing a fantastic space comprising of a sitting area, sleeping quarters and a low-level WC, with a hand wash basin and an electric water heater over. There’s lighting, power and a TV point too so a very useable and versatile space for everyone throughout the year!
To access the garage and barn, there is a lane on the other side of the adjoining property providing a right of way.
Location: St Breward is a thriving community with an array of local shops, post office, primary school with nursery and it also has a Parish Church, Chapel and well-known public house and restaurant. There are even two doctors’ surgeries! The village is convenient and central in the heart of the triangle with Bodmin to the south, approximately 6 miles away with a range of shops, schooling, hospital and leisure facilities and there is also a mainline Train to London.
Wadebridge is 8 miles to the west, which has been voted one of the best places to live in the country and known for its extensive range of independent shops, schooling, 2 medical centres, cinema and the Camel Trail which links Padstow to Bodmin on an unused railway line. Camelford to the east, within a 9 mile radius, offers a wide range of everyday amenities and shopping facilities. The location of the property offers riding nearby leading to the Coombe and Chapel valley areas, all set alongside the River Camel and public footpaths and bridleways also give access to the lower reaches of the contrasting scenery of Bodmin Moor. The main A30 is approximately 2 miles away across the Bodmin Moor providing easy access for commuting in and around the county.
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