Historic house refurbished to a superior standard and enjoying panoramic countryside views. 4 bedrooms, 1 bedroom annexe, renovated to a high standard, fully fitted kitchen, ample parking, stunning views, favoured village location. EPC Band: E.
The property is located in Churchtown, the oldest hamlet within the village St Breward with its magnificent Grade I listed church of St Brueredus at its centre. The thriving village of St Breward benefits from a Post Office/general store, doctors surgery and excellent gastro-pub, The Old Inn. The Community Hall boasts a huge number of social events, clubs and activities. The property itself has had a pivotal role in the village over many years. It was the location of the original village store in the 1700s and subsequently a tailor/dressmaker shop, shoe shop and corn merchant. Latterly it was the village post office with its Victorian post box still in use today. Moments from the property there is access to Bodmin Moor, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a haven for horse riders, walkers and nature lovers alike. The estuary town of Wadebridge is 8.9 miles away and sits astride the River Camel. The North Cornish coast is 12.2 miles from the property offering some of the most stunning coastal scenery in the British Isles. Access to the A30 trunk road is 4.8 miles from the property and links the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. Mainline rail services are available at Bodmin Parkway connecting to London Paddington whilst Newquay airport provides a number of scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations.DESCRIPTION
This stunning 17th century property has been skilfully updated to provide a superior family home with the benefits of underfloor heating and double glazed doors and windows throughout. The flexible accommodation works well as a multi-generational property or the possibility of an income from the annexe.ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floor plan overleaf and briefly comprises; a glazed panel front door leading to a large hallway with stairs rising to the first floor. Accessed from the hall is a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and a sink. There is a separate downstairs cloakroom with corner shower, WC and wash hand basin. The kitchen/diner is over 33' in length and comprises a fully fitted kitchen with a range oven, ceramic sink, integral dishwasher and shaker style cupboard doors with a wood block worktop. Off the main hall is the sitting room with a granite and slate fireplace with a lined chimney flue. From here there is access to the annexe accommodation comprising of two rooms on the ground floor and stairs to a bedroom, dressing area and ensuite with corner shower, low flush WC and wash hand basin. From the main stair case there is access to the master bedroom with ensuite facilities comprising of a shower, vanity sink unit and low flush WC. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom comprising of a large shower, vanity sink unit, freestanding roll-top bath and a stunning countryside view. From the bathroom there is access to the walk in store room housing the hot water cylinder.OUTSIDE
On one side of the property there is access via a wooden gate to a large gravelled parking area and access to the rear garden. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn and benefits from the most magnificent views across the North Cornish hinterland to the coast in the distance.SERVICES
Mains water, mains drainage, mains electricity. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.DIRECTIONS
Pass the pub and church on your right and the property will be found located on the left hand identified by a Stags for sale board. Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's sole appointed agents, Stags.