St Kew is a quiet rural Parish close the scenic north Cornish coastline encompassing the pretty hamlets of Trelill, Trequite, Tregellist, Chapel Amble and Pendoggett.
The conservation village of St. Kew is without doubt the real heart of the Parish. The 15th century church dedicated to St. James and two hundred year old Inn stand unchanged in a sheltered hollow among trees alongside the stream which becomes the River Amble.
Rock, with its sailing and water sports facilities, lies on the north bank of the beautiful Camel Estuary 8 miles away, where there is a ferry across to picturesque Padstow. The fishing village of Port Isaac lies approximately 4.5 miles away whilst the former market town of Wadebridge is some 5.5 miles away beside the River Camel. There are primary schools at St. Kew and St. Minver, with secondary education at Wadebridge.
There are excellent golf courses at Rock, St. Enodoc, Roserrow and Trevose on the west side of the Camel Estuary. Wonderful sandy beaches stretch along the north coast on either side of the Camel Estuary, with Polzeath and Daymer Bay, two renowned surfing beaches lying within easy driving distance..
There is a mainline railway station at Bodmin Parkway about 12.5 miles away and regular flights from Newquay Airport (about 17 miles) to domestic and international destinations.THE PROPERTY
Nestling in the heart of the hamlet, The Old Post Office and Post Office Cottage is a versatile property that is considered eminently suitable for multi-generational living or a main home with rental income, either through holiday lets or a longer term residential basis.
Sitting side by side, the properties are approached over a broad driveway with separate parking for each. The principal residence is The Old Post Office which is entered into a spacious reception hall with doors opening to a cloakroom, two bedrooms and the spacious kitchen/dining room, complete with attractive blue Aga. Beyond here is the staircase hall together with the formal sitting room where patio doors lead to the fabulous garden. The ground floor is completed by a family bathroom and utility room.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms (one en-suite)POST OFFICE COTTAGE
Attached to the main dwelling, the cottage provides comfortable accommodation that for a number of years has been successfully holiday let.
To the front is an entrance porch leading into a dining room with staircase to the first floor. There is a kitchen with door opening to the rear, a bathroom, sun room and two interlinking reception rooms, one of which could form an additional bedroom. On the upper floor is the principal bedroom and an en-suite cloakroom.OUTSIDE
Both properties have parking to the front and in 2011, Planning Consent (now lapsed) was granted for the construction of a double garage and store over. There is an area of garden to the side of the main property however to the rear is a lovely lawned garden with central ornamental pond and sun terrace. Surrounded by mature hedging and fencing the garden includes vegetable beds, greenhouses, and two timber sheds, one of which measures 15' x 9'.
To the rear of Post Office Cottage is a separate smaller enclosed courtyard garden with sun terrace.SERVICES
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired heating in main house. LPG heating in the Cottage. Solar panels.DIRECTIONS
Proceed to the hamlet of Trelill from the south and the property will be evident on the left.VIEWINGS
Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Wadebridge Office on 01208 222333