Beautifully presented extended residence with views over coastal hinterland. 3 Bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, dining room, excellent garage/workshop, gardens adjoining pasture paddock. EPC Band F. 1.88 Acres.
The property will be found on the fringes of the sought after village of Bridgerule in the hamlet of Borough. At Bridgerule there is post office/general store catering for day to day needs, pub, county primary school and more comprehensive shopping facilities can be found at the coastal resort of Bude some 5 miles distant. At Bude there is an 18-hole links golf course, extensive sandy beaches and cliff land walks and the thriving market town of Holsworthy is 5 miles distant with its Waitrose supermarket, doctors, dentists and veterinary surgery together with places of worship.
The former market town of Launceston, known as the 'Gateway to Cornwall' is some 12 miles to the south with an excellent range of shopping facilities, access to the vital A30 trunk road which links the cathedral cities of Exeter and Truro. At Exeter there is access to the M5 motorway network, mainline railway station serving London Paddington and well respected international airport.
The A39, Atlantic Highway can be accessed approximately 4 miles distance which provides easy access along the majestic North Cornish coast. The property enjoys views to Widemouth Bay with its famous surfing and sandy beaches ideal for family use.
The property is detached and will be found in excellent decorative order throughout. The property has been the cherished family home of the current vendors for the last twenty years and has been extended to provide the following extensive accommodation:
Ceramic tiled floor, glazed on two sides with door onto extensive paved patio terrace. Wall light points, part pine clad ceiling, pair of radiators and glazed doorways into:
Pair of radiators, airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water tank, fitted immersion and control panel for a pair of south facing 15 tube solar panels providing supplemental heat to the domestic system. Steps rising to:
Store/occasional bedroom 4
Brick fireplace with raised slate hearth, wooden mantelpiece, pair of wall light points, TV point. Window from Conservatory providing borrowed light.
7'0' wide opening into:
Picture windows enjoying views over garden to coastal hinterland and Widemouth Bay and Bodmin Moor beyond. Pair of radiators, two wall light points, door into:
A range of oak fronted base and eye level units with roll edged laminated worksurfaces over, inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer taps and single drainer. Tiled fireplace recess with oil fired Redfyre two plate two oven range cooker with integral electric oven. Further electric cooker point with extractor unit over. Appliance space for upright fridge/freezer, tiled splashbacks. Glass fronted display cabinets, plumbing and appliance space for dishwasher, fitted wine rack, glazed door into hallway and further glazed door into:
Tiled floor, door to rear garden and parking area, further passage leading to:
Base level boiler for central heating and hot water, range of base units with appliance space for pair of large fridges. Range of flower beds with attractive vine, door to front of property and further door into:
Power and light connected (six sockets), concrete floor, insulated ceiling and pair of insulated wooden coach doors to front. Windows to rear with views over garden to coastal hinterland beyond. (Agent's Note: Undoubted potential exists for the workshop to be converted into ancillary living accommodation subject to the gaining of any necessary planning permissions and consents). Within the workshop there is a door into a cloakroom with low flush WC, wash hand basin and plumbing and appliance space for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Window to front aspect with views over garden to Bodmin Moor beyond, radiator.
Window to front aspect, TV point and radiator.
Deep storage recess, BT point, wood effect laminate floor.
Tiled enclosed bath with telephone style mixer taps and shower attachment, vanity wash hand basin, low flush WC with concealed cistern, walls tiled to half height. Picture rail, radiator and eye level storage unit.
Double walk-in shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower, towel rail/radiator.
Trap door, Velux window, extensive under eaves storage space, radiator and BT point.
Access from the quiet parish road via small unmade driveway leading to five bar gate opening to parking area for several vehicles with access to the garden. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with well defined hedge and fence boundaries providing privacy and seclusion. There are several different seating areas with tiled patio areas and enjoying extensive views over surrounding farmland to coastal hinterland beyond. Within the garden there are some interesting features including a most attractive wisteria walk which leads down to a most interesting and productive vegetable garden and deep ornamental fishpond. Timber summer house with adjoining open fronted mower bay, 3.05m x 1.83m (10' x 6') aluminium framed greenhouse. Adjoining the property is a most useful and well fenced pasture paddock ideal for a few head of young stock or general amenity use extending to some 1.1 acres.
1.883 acres or thereabouts.
Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.
From Launceston take the B3254 towards Bude through Yeolmbridge and along this picturesque road for approximately 9 miles. Having passed through the village of Whitstone, ignore the first right hand turn signposted to Bridgerule. Opposite the second right hand turn at Borough Cross, turn left signposted Borough and Marhamchurch, (if you pass the Jewels Cross Garage on the right hand side you have gone too far). Continue along this quiet country road for approximately 600 yards where Larapinta will be found set back from the road on the right hand side. Map Reference: Os Landranger sheet 190:258/027.
Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage. Telephone connected subject to British Telecom regulations. The property has the benefit of bulk oil fired central heating throughout. The majority of the property has uPVC double glazed windows. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.
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