Equestrian property in a wonderful setting on the North Cornish Coast a detached bungalow comprising three double bedrooms, detached stable block, landscaped gardens of 0.4 of an acre, approximately 4.2 acres of adjacent pasture land and garage and extensive parking.
The tiny rural hamlet of Pencuke falls within the Parish of St Gennys and lies adjacent to the pretty coastal village of Crackington Haven. Pencuke comprises of a small gathering of private residential properties of similar standing and age and enjoys some spectacular landscape towards the sea. Crackington Haven with its sheltered beach sporting, dramatic and imposing cliff scenery reputed to be the highest in Cornwall, hosts a variety of daily facilities including post office and general stores, public house and restaurant, snooker and social club, beach side cafeteria and places of worship etc.
Primary schools are available within the adjacent parishes of Otterham, Jacobstow and Warbstow with secondary schools available in Camelford, Launceston, Holsworthy and Bude. Miles of cliff top walks in both directions can be enjoyed along the heritage coastline largely in the ownership of the National Trust and guaranteeing miles of unspoilt coastal scenery in both directions. Conveniently located are the towns of Camelford, Launceston and Bude. The well known coastal resort of Bude offers a wide range of domestic, commercial and leisure facilities including 18 hole golf course. Tennis, squash, bowls, horse riding, surfing, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, leisure and sports complex with adjacent bowling area in addition to the popular sandy beaches with impressive maritime scenery. The historic town of Launceston arranged around and beneath its historic Norman Castle hosts a good range of daily facilities including 18 hole golf course.
The property is approached through a half opaque wooden glazed door into:-
Fitted carpet, enclosed central ceiling light and coat hooks. Opaque wooden glazed door to:-
All accommodation leading off. A spacious and welcoming reception room with B. T. Telephone point, radiator, three ceiling lights and smoke alarm. Front aspect wooden double glazed window overlooking driveway and garden. Door to built-in airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder.
Rear aspect with a double glazed tilt and turn patio door providing access to the gardens. Fitted carpet, central ceiling light, T.V. Point and two wall lights. Open fireplace housing a Morso multi fuel stove set on a slate hearth with exposed stone surround and wooden mantle.
Dual aspect with wooden double glazed windows to the front and rear. The kitchen area has a range of eye and base level units under a rolled edge worktop incorporating a double stainless steel sink with mixer tap and side drainer. Integrated appliances include a four ring electric hob, Hotpoint double oven and grill. Vinyl flooring, central ceiling light and splash back wall tiles. A uPVC double glazed door gives access to the rear garden. Door to utility room. Open plan access to the dining area which has a fitted carpet, central ceiling light, radiator, B. T. Telephone point and television point.
Rear aspect with a wooden glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Vinyl flooring, central ceiling light, stainless steel sink unit with cupboards below. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Worcester oil fired combination boiler providing the property with domestic heating and hot water.
Front aspect with two wooden double glazed windows overlooking the front garden and open countryside beyond. Fitted carpet, two ceiling lights and radiator. Subject to the necessary alterations the master bedroom could be sub-divided creating two separate double bedrooms. Located in one corner are some provisions for an en-suite if required.
Rear aspect double bedroom with a wooden double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, fitted carpet, central ceiling light and radiator.
Rear aspect double bedroom with wooden double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, fitted carpet, central ceiling light and radiator.
A five piece suite comprises of low level flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, enclosed Jacuzzi bath with coupled shower attachment and a separate shower cubicle with sliding doors and Triton T80si shower unit. Vinyl flooring, central ceiling light, radiator and rear aspect opaque wooden double glazed window.
The property is approached from a quiet parish lane over a private driveway with a right of way leading to Trevean. Trevean is approached through a wooden five bar gate onto a gravelled driveway providing off road parking for four / five vehicles. Access to the:-
Wooden doors and side aspect wooden glazed window.
The driveway continues along the front of the property where a stone pathway leads to the front entrance door with outside courtesy light. Further metal five bar gate gives access to the detached stable block and pasture land. The gardens extend to approximately 0.4 of an acre with a lawn area at the front of the bungalow with a range of mature trees and shrubs continuing down the side. To one corner is a wooden glazed greenhouse and garden shed. To one side of the side garden is a raised area with a wildlife pond and a variety of mature trees and shrubs including Pampas Grass and conifer trees.
The south facing rear garden is enclosed to all sides by a mixture of mature hedges and fencing. Spanning the width of the bungalow is a large expanse of lawn, leading from the rear kitchen door and sitting room doors is a paved area with steps up to an enclosed patio area with a further range of specimen trees and shrubs. Leading from the lawn area is a wooden pedestrian gate giving access to the pasture land. Located down the far side of the bungalow is a plastic oil tank with steps leading down to the front driveway.
A good run of pasture contained land within two enclosures of approximately 4.2 acres. The pasture is approached off the lane, through an independent gateway. The first paddock is gently sloping and enclosed to all sides beyond which, to the south, is a second paddock which is fully enclosed to all sides made up of a variety of natural hedges and post and wire fencing. Towards the top a wonderful view can be enjoyed over Trevean towards nearby countryside and Dartmoor. Located within the larger pasture paddock is a spring should any potential purchaser wish to access it.
Three loose boxes approached through wooden stable doors, including separate feed store and tack room.
Mains water and electric. Private drainage.
From Bude turn right on to the A39 “Atlantic Highway” towards Wadebridge and continue for approximately 9 miles passing through the Parish of Poundstock and on to Wainhouse Corner. Pass through Wainhouse Corner and after approximately 1 mile turn right signposted Crackington Haven/Boscastle. Follow this road for approximately ¼ mile and then turn right signposted Pencuke. Follow the parish lane and after about 3/4 of a mile you will reach Pencuke where you will see a lane on your right (opposite Pencuke Farm). Turn into this lane and Trevean will be the first
property on your right hand side.
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