Idyllic conversion located on the edge of the picturesque village of St Mabyn set within 1.2 acres of glorious formal gardens.
St Mabyn is one of the most picturesque villages in North Cornwall. Surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, this idyllic village is just a 4 miles from the highly sought-after town of Wadebridge and 7 miles inland from the stunning north Cornwall coast.
Positioned on the edge of the village, The Old Watermill is just a short walk from the excellent facilities within the village that includes a primary school, village store and post office, the St Mabyn Inn, as well as the beautiful village church.
The nearby town of Wadebridge offers a range of shops, a resturants, sports facilities primary and secondary schooling. The Camel Estuary meanders its way through Wadebridge with the Camel Trail cycle path running along its banks, leading downstream to Padstow where the spectacular mouth of the estuary meets the Atlantic Ocean.
As well as the St Mabyn Inn, the north Cornwall area in general is exceptionally well served by many delightful pubs and restaurants, with the renowned St Tudy Inn located in the neighbouring village and the St Kew Inn just a short drive away too. For the foodie, Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth have restaurants in Padstow and Nathan Outlaw’s double Michelin Starred restaurant at Port Isaac has been voted the number one restaurant in the country for 2017.
Approached through a five bar gate, a large tarmac parking area provides parking for several cars. The detached timber framed garage, car port, office and atelier studio is located on the eastern side of the drive and offers an excellent space with a multitude of potential uses. The studio area measures approximately 8.8m x 5.7m and is naturally well lit by large glazed windows to the front and roof-light windows at the rear and has underfloor heating. The interlinking office measures 5.7m x 3m with WC. A connecting door opens in to a garage 5.9m x 4.5m with an inspection pit, engine hoist, and hinged doors at the front. The adjacent three bay car port measures approximately 9.1m x 4.5m.
The property is set within 1.2 acres of beautiful formal gardens with the feature being the original mill pond. Pathways have been created between the mature trees, providing a lovely woodland walk around its perimeter. The lower garden is planted with a variety of ornamental beds, each with attractive planting schemes. The higher garden is mostly laid to lawn backing on to rolling countryside beyond.
Port Isaac: 7 Miles • Wadebridge: 4 Miles • Polzeath: 9 Miles Rock: (St Enodoc Golf Club) 9 Miles • Padstow: 12 Miles Fowey: 17 Miles • Truro: 28 Miles • Newquay Airport: 17 Miles
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