4 bedroom detached house for saleSt Endellion, Cornwall
Sold STC £575,000
- Four Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Kitchen and Utility
- Boot Room and Boiler Room
- Bathroom and Shower Room
- Large Two Storey Garage
- Ample Parking
Impressive Grade II listed rectory in need of some renovation with ample garden and sea views. Four bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen and utility, boot room and boiler room, bathroom and shower room, large two storey garage, garden, ample parking.
Situation - This impressive property is located behind the pretty 15th Century village church in the hamlet of St Endellion 2.3 miles away from the idyllic sea cove of Port Quin and 3 miles from the picturesque fishing villages of Port Isaac and Port Gaverne. Port Isaac has gained notoriety in recent years as the location for the popular TV series Doc Martin, home of the singing group The Fisherman's Friends, and Michelin starred Nathan Outlaw's Fish Kitchen. A comprehensive range of shopping facilities are available in the estuary town of Wadebridge which sits astride the River Camel and is the home of the famous Camel Trail Cycle Path linking the fishing port of Padstow via a route along the Camel Estuary. The estuary itself is a haven for water sports lovers with sailing, water skiing and surfing at the nearby beaches of Daymer Bay and Polzeath.
Access to the A30 trunk road can be gained at Bodmin which links the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. At Exeter there is access to the M5 motorway network, mainline railway station serving London Paddington and the Midlands and well respected Exeter International Airport. There is also mainline rail access at Bodmin Parkway, serving London Paddington via Plymouth and Newquay Airport offers both domestic and international flights
Features Of The Property - This stunning Grade II listed rectory with large 2 storey garage represents an extremely rare and unusual opportunity for development. Located in sight of the majestic North Cornish Coast the property itself retains many of its original features and is believed to date back to the early 17th Century, remodelled in the 1840s and again in the late 1960s and early 70s.
The accommodation is clearly marked on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises; a wonderful stone portico leading to a half-glazed front door giving access to a hallway with slate flagstone floors. From the hallway there is access to a boiler with a floor-standing oil fired boiler and access to a substantial dining room with slate floor, beamed ceilings and deep slate cill windows. Beyond this is a formal drawing room with an unusual wood and slate floor, fireplace, deep cill sash windows to the front and picture window to the rear with a view across the garden. There is an additional family room with a fireplace housing a wood burning stove and windows to both front and rear. Accessed via the dining room is a large kitchen with a range of base and eye level work units, Formica roll top breakfast bar and 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink and space for an electric cooker. From the kitchen is a utility room with a Formica roll top worksurface, stainless steel sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. To the side of the utility room is a boot room and door to the rear garden. Also on the ground floor is a downstairs cloakroom comprising of a low flush WC and sink.
Stairs in the hall rise to the first floor giving access to four bedrooms with a family bathroom comprising of a panel enclosed bath, low flush WC, wash hand basin and door to an airing cupboard housing a hot water tank. In addition there is a separate shower room comprising of a corner shower, low flush WC and wash hand basin. On the landing there is access to three large hanging cupboards, originally used to house religious robes.
Outside - The property is approached via a quiet parish road on a newly laid driveway sweeping round the top of the garden area to a large TWO STOREY GARAGE measuring approximately 14ft x 34ft. The garage backs onto a walled kitchen garden and a variety of plants and fruit trees. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with views from the rear towards Port Quin and the sea.
Services - Mains water, private drainage, mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating and hot water. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.
Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors sole appointed agents, Stags.
Directions - From Wadebridge take the B3314 passing the turnings for St Minver, Polzeath and Trelights, and on arriving in the hamlet of St Endellion take the first left hand turn past the church. The property is located 75 yards from the junction on the left hand side, identified with a Stags For Sale board.
Local Authority - Cornwall County Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY. Tel: 0300 1234 100.
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