Rare opportunity to acquire this superbly presented individually designed detached bungalow offering over 3,000 sq ft of spacious living accommodation. Set in one third acre of beautifully maintained gardens and occupying a corner plot in a private residential cul-de-sac of five individually designed bungalows, close to the North Cornwall coastline, an area of outstanding natural beauty with its breathtaking coastal cliff top walks.
This fantastic modern bungalow with corniced ceilings really has to be seen internally to be fully appreciated. On entering its spacious 12 metre long hallway, with feature mirrored arched display shelving, double solid wood glazed doors invite you into the Lounge with its sunken floor, beamed ceiling and feature brick fireplace with wood burning stove. Leading off the Lounge is the entrance to a recently rebuilt, generous sized double-glazed Garden Room/Conservatory, its floor to ceiling windows creating magnificent views of the ornamental fishpond and gardens. Double doors lead out on to a block paved patio area.
Two steps up from the Lounge lead through feature archways to the spacious Dining Room where a solid wood glazed door leads to the main Kitchen.
Family Farmhouse Kitchen having an extensive range of fitted light oak solid wood units. A focal point is the cosy corner slate hearth with modern wood burning stove. A second fitted Kitchen Utility Room leads on from the main kitchen with back door to garden. Also separate visitor’s WC with wash-hand basin.
The bungalow has four good-sized double bedrooms each with its own en-suite shower room, WC and wash-hand basin. Three of the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes.
The master bedroom with its feature bay window, has an additional range of built-in cupboards and fitted wardrobes.
The property also benefits from a generous family bathroom with modern white suite and Jacuzzi Bath.
A huge integral double width garage/workshop benefits from a remotely operated recently refitted up and over automatic door. There is also a separate WC, wash-hand basin. An external door leads out to a hardstanding area with woodstore, large workshop and greenhouses.
Lounge: 27’5”x15’11” (8.35mx4.85m)
Dining Room: 20’11”x 11’5” (6.35mx3.48m)
Garden Room 13’1”x 12’11” (3.98mx3.95m)
Main Kitchen: 17’10”x14’8” (5.43mx4.46m)
Utility Kitchen: 14’10”x12’5” (4.54m x3.79m)
Master Bedroom: 17’x18’ (5.49mx5.10m)
Bedroom 2: 13’9”x10’6” (4.5mx3m)
Bedroom 3: 15’1”x9’2” (4.59mx3m)
Bedroom 4: 12’5”X 9’9” (3.78mx2.98m)
Bathroom: 8’ x 11’ (2.4mx3.4m)
Double Garage: 24’2”x19’7” (7.38mx5.96m)
Entrance to the property is through wrought iron double gates on to a granite driveway providing parking for several vehicles. Rear access is via ornamental wrought iron double gates on either side of the bungalow. Superb well-stocked, low maintenance garden with mature shrubs and flower beds, feature fishpond and a variety of fruit trees. Plenty of quiet, secluded patio areas to enjoy the sunshine. Ample sheds and greenhouses.
Mains water, private drainage, mains electricity and oil-fired central heating. Domestic hot water is supplied from Solar and pv panels which provide cheaper electricity and annual index-linked revenue.
Council Tax: Band E
EPC Report: C
Offering a good degree of seclusion and privacy, this beautiful bungalow enjoys a rural location, not far from picturesque Crackington Haven. It nestles within a quiet village which has a village shop/post office and primary school, a country pub being just a short walking distance away. The famous Elizabethan harbour town of Boscastle, with its range of facilities including a doctor’s surgery, supermarket, craft shops and restaurants is within a 3 mile distance. Also, the historic town of Tintagel with its famous castle, has an ample range of shops and restaurants along with beautiful coastal walks. The famous surfing beaches of Widemouth Bay and Bude, with its Sports Centre and Golf Course, are within a 15 minute drive. A wider choice of facilities and supermarkets can be found at Bude, Launceston or Wadebridge, being within a half hour drive. The main A30 trunk road can be accessed at Launceston leading to the cathedral towns of Truro and Exeter, which links to the M5 motorway network. Newquay airport lies 32 miles to the south west and Bodmin Railway Station is 25 miles to the south serving London Paddington via Plymouth.
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