6 bedroom cottage for saleFore Street, Bude
- Character Cottage
- Cornish Village Location
- Six Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Pretty Courtyard Garden
A charming and characterful house oozing character features throughout. The beams, fireplaces, irregular cob walls are but a few of its alluring features. It is also very spacious with five/six bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms, study and kitchen. The garden is a pretty enclosed cottage garden with store sheds and a summerhouse. All in all a welcoming family home in a very popular village location close to the North Cornwall coastline. What more could you want ?!
Stratton - A lovely historic village with amenities and history all around with facilities including a village store, primary School, historic public house and another family pub.
Property Location - Fourways is located in the heart of Stratton.
Hallway - An attractive hallway welcomes you in with slate flagstone flooring and doors leading off to the sitting room and dining room. According to the owner this used to be a Drangway leading through the two cottages which now make up the cottage. There is a large useful cupboard built in now.
Sitting Room - A fabulous dual aspect, tardis-like room with an eye catching inglenook fireplace with timber and stone surround and a slate flagstone hearth. A further fireplace with cast iron log burning stove to another wall adds to the charm. The exposed stone and brick work show its character and set off the fireplaces. Original exposed ceiling beams are just lovely particularly the curved trunk beams. The room is very spacious with a stairwell to one corner leading up. Beautiful sash windows face out to the front and side aspect with attractive window seating. Radiator heating.
Dining Room - A very welcoming room with a range cooker to one end and plenty of space for a dining table and chairs. The wall recesses and some timber framing entices you to learn of its history. Large flagstone slate flooring adds to the look and a pretty window faces out to the front. Off to one side a door leads into the den and a further door leads into the kitchen.
Den - It feels like a den, tucked away the perfect writers retreat. A window faces out to the front. It has a tucked away feel and the charm of it is undeniable.
Kitchen - The kitchen has been created to maximise use of the space, with a cottage styling. The pitched roof with velux windows and window overlooking the garden allows light to flood in, creating a bright space. Solid wood doors to the units, in natural wood empathise with the history of the building. Integral in the design is a built in sink under the window, dishwasher, space for a washing machine or cooker, space for tumble drier and fridge freezer and a fitted four ring gas hob. The gas central heating boiler is discreetly tucked away to one corner. Slate flagstone flooring completes the look. A door leads out to the garden to the paved sun terrace.
Stairwell & Landing - The stairwell leads up from the sitting room to a landing with doors leading off to the bedrooms and bathrooms. An airing cupboard can be found here, along with loft access with loft ladder and light. A window faces out. Radiator heating.
Bedroom One - This spacious master bedroom has a large window to the front with exposed oak timbers. A wide recess accommodates bookshelves and a bedside ledge. TV point.
Bedroom Two - A double bedroom with recessed shelving and a fireplace housing a cast iron grate. Exposed wooden, secret cupboards in the chimney breast adds character. There is an attractive recessed window with a low level window seat.
Bedroom Three - A pretty bedroom with deep, recessed shelving and a large window shelf. TV point.
Bedroom Four - A small double room with exposed oak timbers and a window to the front.
Bedroom Five - A large room with a deep alcove, perfect for wardrobe storage. Low level window to the front. There is an arched fireplace housing a Victorian cast iron grate.
Study/ Bed Six - A cosy room with a window in the pitch of the roof to enjoy the evening sky.
Bathroom - A light room, half tiled in white, with a bath having a shower attachment. The WC cistern is concealed within a vanity unit, providing a large shelved area beneath the window. The sink is also housed in a vanity unit with useful cupboard storage below. Exposed oak timbers and ceramic floor tiling completes the look.
Shower Room - Consisting of a fully tiled, glazed shower enclosure with electric shower, WC and sink with tiled splashback, housed within a vanity unit with cupboard storage beneath. A deep inset window faces out to the rear aspect. Ceramic tiled flooring to match the bathroom.
Garden - A glorious sun terrace adjoins the kitchen ideal for al fresco dining. From here a cobbled pathway, with planted bed to one side, leads through the lawned garden area. Tucked away in one corner is a magnificent sun terrace in paved slate, extending to the rear of the garden where a slate flagstone patio fronts the stone-built summerhouse,from which windows overlook the garden. There is a covered area with two stores off. A selection of mature shrubs and flowering plants set off this lovely walled garden!
Agents Notes - Please be aware that because this is a character cottage, built circa 1830s, the room dimensions are variable because the walls are irregular.
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