Beautifully presented barn conversion with a pair of holiday cottages and panoramic views over coastal hinterland. 3 Bedroom main residence, 2 quality detached holiday cottages, outbuildings, landscaped gardens & attractive woodland area. EPC Band D. 9.04 Acres in all (or thereabouts)
The property lies 3 miles from the coastal villages of Tintagel and Boscastle, each with primary schools, shops and post offices catering for day-to-day needs. The nearby town of Camelford is 3 miles away where amenities include doctors, veterinary surgeries, shops, indoor sports hall and golf and country club. The A39 Atlantic Highway is also 3 miles away and connects the family resort of Bude in the north to Wadebridge on the Camel Estuary to the south. The vital A30 trunk road is accessed some 13 miles distance at Launceston and provides access to Truro and Exeter. Other commuting points include international airports at Newquay (26 miles) and Exeter (64 miles), and Bodmin Parkway train station, serving London Paddington via Plymouth (17 miles).DESCRIPTION
A beautifully presented barn conversion, which has been subject to considerable expenditure by the current vendors, together with a pair of impressive holiday cottages providing a supplementary income. In addition, there is a range of outbuildings, pasture paddocks and woodland, all benefiting from views over the coastal hinterland to the Atlantic beyond.ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation is clearly shown on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises a storm porch, entrance lobby, utility room and ground floor WC. The hall leads to an attractive split-level sitting/dining area with slate floor and garden room enjoying views over the coast to the North Atlantic. The kitchen/breakfast room has a Rayburn and an excellent range of fitted units with slate and oak worktops, and rear entrance hall/boot room.
The first floor has three bedrooms and an impressive bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The rooms enjoy views over the coastal hinterland and the Atlantic beyond.THE COTTAGES
Swallow Cottage and The Old Workshop are holiday restricted and offer quality accommodation, which sleeps two, each with their own small garden areas. They provide a lucrative supplemental income, currently rented out through Owners Direct/Airbnb and Cottages.com.OUTSIDE
The property is approached by a quiet parish road into an extensive gravelled chipped yard which provides access to the cottages. The property has an impressive garden laid mainly to lawn with seating areas for al fresco dining whilst enjoying the views over the grounds, land and coast beyond. Adjoining Swallow Cottage is an OFFICE/GAMES ROOM 12.19m x 2.97m (40' x 9'9") with access to a large shelved storage area and ADJOINING WORKSHOP 6.73m x 4.93m (22'1" x 16'2") with concrete floor, power and light connected. From the rear of the property there is a DETACHED SINGLE SPAN TIMBER SHED 12.09m x 12.07m (39'8" x 39'7") with mainly concreted floor, power and light connected and sliding door to parking area and a driveway providing secondary access to property.
There is a small pony stable with concrete post and rail yard, chicken run and access to the adjoining pasture paddock which is ideal for a few head of young stock. A delightful woodland walk has been improved by the current vendors with mowed walkways and small areas created for wild camping.
In addition, there is small pasture paddock which has direct access to the secondary driveway leading to the parish road. The woodland is approximately 4 acres and the pasture paddocks are approximately 3.5 acres.
The property extends in all to 9.044 acres or thereabouts.SERVICES
Mains electricity, private drainage system and water supply. Central heating and hot water via oil fired Rayburn in main house. The holiday cottages have gas fired boilers serving radiators and hot water. Please note the agents has not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.VIEWINGS
Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.DIRECTIONS
From Camelford, head north on the A39 Atlantic Highway. Pass the right hand turning signposted Launceston (onto the A395), and take the next left hand turning, signposted for Boscastle and Tintagel. Follow this road for a mile and at the T-junction turn left. After just over a mile, at the crossroads, proceed straight ahead towards Tintagel and the property can be found after approximately 0.25 miles on the right hand side. Map Reference: OS Landranger Sheet: 200:099/878.