Substantial family house with a large garden and wonderful rural and coastal views. 4 Bedrooms (1 en-suite), kitchen with Aga, dining room, sitting room, double garage, oil fired central heating and off road parking. 0.44 Acres
The property enjoys a most enviable location set in an elevated position benefiting from outstanding rural views as far as Dartmoor to the south and Lundy Island to the west. The property is situated two miles from the coast at Stanbury Mouth with nearby beaches at Duckpool and Sandymouth. The village has a thriving community centre as well as St Mark's primary school. There is a local community shop open 7 days a week. The well respected Bush Public House and restaurant is less than two miles away, close to the award winning Rectory Tea Rooms. The village of Kilkhampton is five miles away where there is a church, public house, shop and restaurant. At Bude, one can find a variety of shops and supermarkets, educational facilities to A level standard, a health centre and cottage hospital, veterinary surgery and places of worship. There are also many sporting amenities such as an indoor heated swimming pool, sports hall and various clubs such as rugby, football, cricket, bowls, tennis, squash, hockey and an 18-hole linked golf course. There are excellent sandy beaches ideal for surfing and extensive cliff walks along some of the UKs most dramatic coastline. The A39 road links Barnstaple and Wadebridge and provides excellent access to the picturesque North Cornish coast. The A30 dual carriageway can be accessed at the former market town of Launceston which is some twenty seven miles distance and this 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.
This architecturally designed family house is constructed of block cavity, the ground floor is faced with natural stone with render above under a slate roof. The property benefits from double glazing and enjoys panoramic views across open countryside from both front and rear aspects.
Entrance to the property via a wooden front door with inset glass panel.
Wooden frame double glazed window to the side. Glazed wooden door to the hallway.
Double radiator. Stairs leading to the first floor. Door to:
Tiled floor with low flush WC. Wall mounted wash hand basin and tiled splashback. Vent axia.
Step down from the hall, stone chimney breast housing a multi-fuel burning stove on a slate hearth. Two wooden double glazed windows with a view of the front garden. Pair of uPVC double glazed patio doors leading to the rear garden. Double radiator. TV point with Sky satellite connection, telephone point.
(Irregular shape) Double glazed uPVC doors leading to the rear garden with a panoramic view across open farmland. Double radiator. Door to understairs storage cupboard. Archway to:
(Irregular size) Range of base and eye level units with formica worktop and tiled splashback. Two oven oil fired Aga. Four ring integrated electric hob. Eye level electric double oven with grill. Stainless steel single bowl sink and drainer. Two wooden double glazed windows look out to the front of the property. Space and plumbing for dishwasher under counter. Glass fronted display cupboards with an additional wooden side board. Double radiator, telephone point. Door to:
Space and plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge. Range of wall mounted cupboards. Wooden double glazed window with a view of the garden. Tiled slate floor, vent axia. Door to integral garage, half glazed door to:
Half glazed door leading to the rear garden. Large wooden framed double glazed window with a view of the rear garden and open countryside beyond. Side wooden double glazed window with views to the side garden. Tiled slate floor.
Double radiator and wooden double glazed windows with a view across the garden to open countryside beyond. Access to loft hatch. Door to airing cupboard housing a factory lagged hot water cylinder. Additional loft hatch at the far end of the landing.
Windows on both sides, one with a view across the rear garden to open countryside beyond, the other to the front garden, also enjoying open rural views. Doors to built-in wardrobe, telephone point. Door to:
Wooden double glazed window with opaque glass. Corner shower with thermostatically controlled shower head. Pedestal sink with tiled splashback and light and shaver point above. Low flush WC. Vent axia.
(Irregular shape) Wooden double glazed window with a view to the front of the property and open farmland beyond. Double door wardrobe with shelf and hanging rail. Double radiator.
Double radiator. Wooden double glazed window with a view to the front of the property and open farmland beyond. Double door built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf.
Built-in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelves. Double radiator. Wooden double glazed window with a view across the front garden and open farmland beyond. Sky satellite connection, telephone point.
Corner bath with wooden panelling and tiles above. And mixer tap with shower head attachment. Vanity style sink with light and shaver point above. Bidet. Low flush WC. Two wooden double glazed windows with obscured glass. Vent axia. Double radiator.
The property is approached via a quiet parish road to a pair of five bar gates leading to a gravelled driveway and entrance to:
Single metal up and over door. Light and power, telephone point. Wooden double glazed window to the rear garden. Floor standing oil fired central heating and hot water boiler.
The front garden is laid mainly to lawn and surrounded by a wall with a range of shrubs and bedding plants. Leading round to the side of the property is a wooden potting shed measuring 2.97m x 1.85m (9'9' x 6'1') with a sloping glazed side and built-in potting shelf.
To the rear of the property is a large patio area accessed via both the sitting room and dining room with additional access from the boot room. Steps lead up to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and well fenced and bounded by a range of mature trees and shrubs. To one side of the garden is a productive vegetable patch and raised bed area. From the garden one can enjoy the panoramic views across open countryside. To the other side of the property is an additional useful wooden garden shed. There is pedestrian access both sides of the building with outside security lights and water.
From Bude head north along the A39 passing through the village of Kilkhampton. After approximately 2.5 miles take the left hand turn signposted to Morwenstow. Follow the road into the small hamlet of Shop taking the right hand fork signposted to the school. The property can be located 50 metres along this road on the right hand side. Map reference: Os Landranger Sheet 190:228/149.
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Mains water, electricity, drainage. Oil fired central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.
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