5 bedroom detached house for saleTamar Lakes, Kilkhampton, Bude, Cornwall, EX23
Sold STC £550,000
- Four Bedrooms
- Kitchen with Rayburn
- Dining Room & Sitting Room
- 3 Bedroom Letting Cottage
- Rural Views
- 0.3 Acres in all
Full descriptionImmaculately presented family home with detached letting cottage in a beautiful country location with far reaching views. Four bedrooms, kitchen with Rayburn, 3 bedroom letting cottage, garden, garage and rural views, 0.3 Acres in all. EPC Band D
Situation - The property is located on a quiet parish road 0.5 miles from the beautiful Upper Tamar Lake with its extensive watersport and outdoor activity centre. The village of Kilkhampton is two and a half miles away with its places of worship, public house, shops, restaurant and thriving community spirit. The seaside town of Bude is 8 miles to the south where one can find a variety of shops, supermarkets, educational facilities to A-level standard, health centre with cottage hospital, veterinary surgery and places of worship. There are also many sporting amenities and social clubs. There are excellent sandy beaches, ideal for surfing and extensive cliff top walks with some of the UK's most dramatic and scenic coastline.
The market town of Holsworthy lies 10 miles to the southwest, where one can enjoy a variety of shops surrounding an active market square, together with doctors, dentists, veterinary surgery, educational facilities from pre-school to GCSE and on the outskirts of town a thriving light industrial estate. There is also a Waitrose supermarket, agricultural stores such as Mole Valley farmers and testing 18-hole golf course. Access to the A30 dual carriageway can be gained at Launceston which connects the cathedral cities of Truro in the west and Exeter and the M5 motorway network in the east. At Exeter there is access to mainline railway services for London Paddington and international airport flying to UK and European destinations.
Features Of The Property - The property has been successfully extended from its origins as a blacksmith's forge and carpentry shop. The result of this is an extremely comfortable family home with an adjoining cottage. The current vendor has afforded considerable time and resources with great attention to detail and the use of high quality materials and finishes to enhance the property considerably. The property successfully combines charm and character associated with the original structures but incorporates modern facilities such as a fitted kitchen and bathroom suite.
The accommodation briefly comprises a spacious entrance hall with a feature stone wall leading to the dining room with a large stone chimney breast housing an open fire on a slate hearth. The fitted kitchen benefits from both a Rayburn and Range cooker and enjoys far reaching countryside views. The sitting room also has a fireplace with woodburning stove and double patio doors leading to the garden. Stairs to the first floor lead to a gallery bedroom, master bedroom and two additional bedrooms with a family bathroom that has a free standing bath, corner shower, bidet, wall hung basin and low flush WC.
Jennings Cottage - The cottage has a compact fitted kitchen, sitting room with open fire, master bedroom and beautifully appointed bathroom on the ground floor. Stairs lead to two additional bedrooms, both with sloping ceilings and restricted headroom.
Outside - The property is located on a quiet parish road and has ample parking on either side of the property. One of the driveways leads to a large GARAGE and WORKSHOP, level enclosed garden, productive vegetable patch and summer house. Outside the letting cottage is a private patio enjoying wonderful far reaching views of the open countryside. The property extends in all to 0.3 acres or thereabouts.
Agent's Note - Occupancy and income for the letting cottage available on request. The cottage is suitable for residential and vocational use.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.
Services - Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.
Directions - From Bude head north along the A39. At Kilkhampton take the right hand turning signposted Launceston. Continue along the road until it bends sharply to the right and carry straight on following the signs for Upper Tamar Lakes. Continue along this road for approximately 1.75 miles and you will enter the hamlet of Thurdon. Just past the hamlet is a signpost to your left for Tamar Lakes, take this turning and continue for approximately 500 metres where the property will be located on your right hand side identified by a Stags for sale board. Map reference: OS Landranger sheet 190:286/111.
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