Beautifully appointed former farmhouse with a wealth of original features two miles from the beach. Three double bedrooms (two en-suite), sitting room, dining room, family bathroom, kitchen, garden, stone workshop/shed. EPC Band F.
The property enjoys a quiet and rural location in the hamlet of Pencuke just two miles from the sandy beaches of Crackington Haven. Within the village there is a thriving post office/village stores and village hall as well as a farm shop in Pencuke itself, run by the current owners of the property. At the beach there are two busy beachside cafes and the well respected Coombe Barton public house. The picturesque coastal village of Boscastle is five miles to the south with a wide range of amenities including doctors, restaurants, pubs, shops and a number of boutiques. The bustling seaside town of Bude lies 10 miles to the north with a wide variety of shops including supermarkets, dentists and veterinary surgery and thriving light industrial estate. There are good educational facilities up to a-level standard and a varied choice of sporting clubs and activities including a testing 18-hole links golf course.
The A39 Atlantic Highway is within a mile and a half of the property and connects the former market towns of Wadebridge, on the Camel estuary to the south, to Bideford and the start of the North Devon Link Road. There is access to the A30 dual carriageway at Launceston connecting the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. At Exeter there is access to mainline railway station serving London Paddington and international airport. Newquay airport lies 32 miles to the south west and Bodmin Parkway rail station is 30 miles to the south.
This attached former farmhouse is constructed of stone with a slate roof and lies at the very heart of the hamlet of Pencuke. The current owners have afforded considerable time and resources to present this property at the very highest standard. It is currently used as a successful holiday let. Occupancy and turnover details can be found in the section marked Rental Income.
Entrance to the property via a half glazed wooden door to:
Tiled floor and wooden casements windows to the front and side. Half glazed door to:
Exposed roof beams and slate flagstone floor. Large inglenook fireplace with granite hearth and pillars and oak overmantel housing a woodburning stove. Deep silled recessed window to the front garden. Double radiator. Recessed shelves along one length of the room. Door to:
Exposed beams. Chimney breast and fireplace with slate hearth (not in use). Deep silled window looking to the front garden. Two double radiators. Door to:
Stairs leading to first floor and understairs cupboard. Door to:
Range of base and eye level units with formica roll top worksurface and tiled splashback. Four ring electric hob with oven below. Space for fridge and freezer. Plumbing and space for dishwasher. Acrylic one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap. Three multi paned wooden casement windows look out to the side and rear of the property. Built-in bench seats. Half of the original inglenook fireplace with granite overmantel and plinth have been incorporated into the kitchen and provide space for a vent axia fan above the four ring hob.
Built-in counter top with storage space below. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Recessed cupboard. Stable door with multi-paned glass top to the rear of the property. Additional utility space with a butler's sink and twin taps with tiled splashback. Space for hanging coats.
Multi-paned glass window on the half landing with a view to the rear of the property.
Deep silled window with a view to the front garden. Double radiator. Corner sink set in vanity style unit with tiled splashback. Door to:
Fully tiled walk-in shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower. Low flush WC. Vanity style sink with tiled splashback. Light and shaver point. Deep silled window with a view to the side of the property. Electric heated towel rail and wall mounted hot air blower.
Two deep silled windows look out to the front garden. One double radiator, one single radiator. Range of built-in cupboards with hanging rail. Vanity style unit with mirror above. Door to:
Fully tiled shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower. Pedestal sink, tiled splashback. Wall mounted hot air blower. Vent axia.
Partially sloping ceiling with exposed roof beams. Single radiator. Window with a view to the rear of the property.
Panel enclosed bath with tiles above. Low flush WC. Vanity style basin with tiled splashback and mirror above. Two windows, one to the side and one to the rear of the property. Double radiator. Door to airing cupboard housing lagged hot water tank.
The property is approached via a quiet parish road with access via a pedestrian gate to the front garden, (See Agent's Notes). The front garden is laid mostly to lawn and well fenced and bounded with mature trees and shrubs. The rear garden is laid to gravel with access to a:
Stone and slate shed 16'2' x 8' (4.93m x 2.44m)
Double wooden pedestrian doors.
From Launceston take the A30 towards Bodmin exiting at the Kennards House junction onto the A395, signposted North Cornish Coast and Camelford. Pass through the village of Pipers Pool and at Hallworthy, turn right onto the B3262 road. After approximately two miles, at the t-junction at Otterham Station on the A39, turn right towards Bude. Continue along this road taking the left hand turning signposted to Boscastle, on the B3263. One and a half miles along this road will be a sign to Pencuke, continue into the hamlet and the property is located on your left hand side just past the entrance to Pencuke Farm.
Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.
Mains water, electricity, private drainage, lpg gas. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.
As part of the sale of the property, the vendor has committed to create two car parking spaces at the front of the property. In addition to this the vendor has committed to fencing the rear boundary of the property. The above work will be carried out at the current vendor's expense.
Weeks occupancy - £23, 890
weeks occupancy - £25, 897 (ytd and Pre-booked)
2013 - £26, 854 (Projection)
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