3 bedroom detached bungalow for saleBrenton Road, Downderry
Withdrawn from Market
- Panoramic Sea Views
- Separate Dining Room
- Garage and Driveway
- Sun Room
- Three/Four Bedrooms
DESCRIPTION Stormcrest casts an inviting and impressive figure from the front with its newly constructed sun room which provides fantastic panoramic sea views across the bay. Nestled on a wide plot and surrounded by other detached residences, the property is located in the quiet fishing village of Downderry. Once a haven for the Cornish smuggler, now a sea side resort popular with tourists but mostly inhabited by families. There is a gastro pub, local store, cafe and up market restaurant situated in the village, whereas a short walk away in Seaton, more eateries and pubs can be found. There is also a thriving Primary School, a bus route into major Towns a station in St Germans with a rail link to Plymouth and London Paddington. many in the near vicinity the gated entrance offers minimal steps with a meandering slope leading to entrances on either side of the property.
Through a gated entrance a gentle meandering slope leads to entrances on either side of the home. The property rides above the uninterrupted views of the crashing waves and glimmering sea and offers a surprising wealth of both style and substance - in keeping with the levels of desirability in this popular former Fishermans Village.
On immediately entering the property you get a real sense of style and sophistication with modern, contemporary styling effortlessly making the most of the homes generously sized Living accommodation in particular. Real Oak flooring is found in the hallway, Living and Dining room, with feature walls and hints of contemporary colourings bringing warmth and character throughout.
The property itself is accessed into the original main entrance vestibule to the left or by a more commonly used entrance by the vendors, into the kitchen to the right of the property.
Set out all on one level, the property provides ample accommodation with high ceilings and the potential to further increase the bedrooms easily by the addition of a loft conversion. This is something the current vendors have plans for and have gained full planning permission.
The kitchen offers an attractively laid-out area with neutral ceramic flooring and surprisingly attractive wooden panelled ceiling with inset spot lights and central velux window dancing natural light into the area. Further light is gained with two windows to the front and rear overlooking the gardens.
A matching range of light coloured contemporary shaker units surround the room at base and head height, offering ample storage space and finished with a roll edge work surface in a dark granite effect. This is complemented by a tiled gloss splash back and painted walls in a feature colourwash. An attractive central light pendant draws the eye down to a centrally located breakfast / storage bar in a continuation of the theme, with a beech block work surface and two matching chairs providing a perfect area to enjoy a coffee after a stroll on the beach. There is room for a variety of white goods with a five ring inset Calor gas hob and integral double oven to one side and stainless steel extractor fan and light over.
A doorway from the kitchen gives access to the hallway which runs centrally to the property and gives access to both the Living Accommodation to the front and the Bedrooms to the rear. The bathroom and a separate W/C can be found immediately to the left and offer contemporary styling once again. The Bathroom is beautifully finished in a variety of matching natural coloured large tiles with stylish smaller inset decorative tiles continuing the theme from floor to ceiling. The floor is again stone coloured flagstone tiling with the side of the inset bath again tiled in continuation of the theme. A relaxing and inviting room in which to enjoy, the bathroom comprises of a neutral white suite of low level WC, Walk-in double shower cubicle with large shower head and glass side screen, inset bath with central tap and shower attachment and a wall mounted hand wash basin.
Further on down the hallway gives access to the Dining room. Impressive not only in size but also in the amount of light it borrows from the attached sun room, it offers glimpses of the sea through its internal wooden French Doors and window to the side. Oak flooring provides warmth to the room and a centrally located fireplace provides a real feature with its marble hearth, surround and inset electric fire. it has the benefit of being able to be closed off or indeed opened out into the sun room if required.
The recently rebuilt sun room is a truly magical space. Perfect both in the Summer and Winter months, it would be a travesty if you didn't find the time to sit in this plentiful area and admire a view which really is truly wonderful. Because of the open expanse to the front, the view is very wide ranging, taking in Rame Head to East and Looe Island to the West with glimpses of the Lizard in the distance. The room itself has strip wood flooring and floor to celling double glazed windows with contemporary blind fittings that retract to leave them virtually invisible. A side door gives another entrance to the front and another set of internal wooden French doors open up into the Living Room. The room has been built on a miniature dwarf wall with electrical points, a glass self cleaning roof structure will offer views of the stars at night.
Decorated in neutral colours the Living Room again offers ample space with oak flooring and a window to the side providing more natural light. Free-flowing in the Summer but with doors closed, cosy in the Winter months, an inset gas fire is a central, contemporary feature and draws you as a focal point to the room. Like the Dining room, glimpses of the sea are made through the sunroom. Warm and inviting the room offers a more formal family seating area.
The beginning of the bedroom accommodation is found at the end of the hallway with a Study/Bedroom 4 offering a versatile space with window to front, door to side vestibule and internal door through to the third bedroom with window to side. The two larger bedrooms are found adjacent and provide multiple windows to the rear providing natural light and ample space with wooden flooring and high ceilings. The Master Bedroom is Simple yet modern and benefits from a large wardrobe accessed via an internal door.
The proposed loft conversion would, if undertaken, utilise this wardrobe and the space of a removed chimney breast behind to create the stairs which could then be accessed from the hallway to provide an impressive, spacious Master Bedroom with en-suite and Balcony to the front in which to enjoy sunsets over the sea.
Externally the property sits in a plot which is both wide and generous in length. Indeed the current owners have previously been approached to sell the land for the erection of two new build dwellings in the past but have declined. Parking is offered to the front with an off road standing for up to three vehicles and access to a single detached garage. Pretty walling houses a lawn area to the front of the main house with a variety of mature shrubs, trees and mature botanical plantings found interspersed amongst well organised bedding areas.
For Al Fresco dining and entertaining, you can quite literally take your pick from several patio and decked areas amongst the grounds, although the most accessible and impressive is to the right of the property where a large decked area provides two balustrade areas in which to not only enjoy any food and beverage but also to drink in the view - with the sea seemingly being at almost eyelevel.
Further into the gardens the rear has been landscaped to provide a large level area laid to lawn, providing a safe area for children to play, with a walled bed containing palms and other exotic plants. To the right of these is the upper decking providing a different viewpoint to the front, whilst the rear of the garden is hedged by trees and provides privacy and shelter.
In summary, the home provides a perfect example of detached, seaside village living, seamlessly blending the best of modern living with some original features to provide a warm and inviting family home. With the potential to extend, PVCu DG, Central Heating and having had ample care and attention over the years, it should prove popular for those wanting to live in this picturesque area with its good local schooling and amenities. Alternatively the property offers a seldom seen opportunity to purchase a charming second home in which to enjoy a laid back, lifestyle and all the area has to offer.
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