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4 bedroom detached house for sale

St. Teath, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30


Property Description

Key features

  • Set in well screened and private gardens of just under 0.6 of an acre
  • Views over open countryside and to the sea beyond
  • Well extended and refurbished from a country cottage
  • Great potential for Bed & Breakfast use or holiday re-development, subject to planning consent
  • Four bedrooms and three reception rooms
  • Large country style kitchen and breakfast room
  • Bathroom and w.c., shower room and w.c. and rear utility area
  • Oil fired central heating and UPVC double glazing
  • Beautifully arranged gardens and comprehensive range of garden buildings

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Set about one and a quarter miles as the crow flies from the north Cornwall coast and the coastal footpath, this property is considered to be ideal for Bed & Breakfast/holiday use. This is set in well screened and private gardens by the B3314 road leading from Camelford to the north then through to Polzeath (about seven miles distant) to the west and then down to the well known town of Wadebridge on the lowest bridging point of the river Camel about six miles away. The public footpath runs along the adjoining lane leading to the l coast and further down the road will be found the popular villages of St Endellion and Pendoggett. About one and a quarter miles to the north is the village of Delabole with its good range of facilities.

As you enter the drive to Higher Tynes Cottage you will first see the beautiful elevations of what was until six or seven years ago a considerably smaller property which has now been extended in great style and keeping and completed with an attractive half elevation in mature slate facings. From the terrace tucked away to the rear of the property as well as from the house itself extensive views of the beautiful Cornish countryside and Atlantic coast beyond can be enjoyed and for holiday makers as well as owners, to be able to go down an adjoining public footpath to the coastal path is a must.

The property is approached through a gate onto the long sweeping entrance drive with mature trees on each side then extending to the front of the property with extensive parking and a car port tucked away to the left. The beautiful gardens comprise mainly lawns to the front and sides then onto the attractive large terrace finished in random slates and from where the outstanding views can be enjoyed. There are then easy to maintain raised vegetable plots with extensive footpaths finished in granite chippings and then to the rear a large timber workshop and also an aluminium framed greenhouse about 10' x 8'. There is a further timber workshop just off the front terrace. The gardens are well bounded by mature hedges giving privacy.

This is provided with oil fired central heating from an externally located modern boiler. Whilst extended the house has retained the original charm of extensive beamed ceilings and on the ground floor with slated floors throughout.

Access is through the outer entrance hall and then with the inner door leading to the dining room with staircase to the first floor, a door to the left to the kitchen and a further entrance to the right leading to the inner hall. The extensive views can be enjoyed from the dining room. The kitchen/family room is quite delightful with a slate surround and drainer to the Belfast sink with cabinets beneath, other floor cabinets and wall cabinets above and large walk-in larder, but very much arranged in cottage style with the owners free standing dressers and other fittings (not included). There is also a multi-fuel and electric double oven cooker and this room is very much a family room with its large breakfast room adjoining. A door leads to the rear entrance with utility area and then onto the garden terrace.

Adjoining the inner hall is a shower room with separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and w.c. The hall continues through to the sitting room which has a magnificent granite fireplace surround and then opens onto the second sitting room area making this a very large room but still of great charm.

On the first floor the landing goes to the right and leads through to the principal bedroom with its extensive views. The second bedroom adjoins this landing and is also a double bedroom and next is the family bathroom with panelled bath and electric shower fitting above and shower screen, low level w.c., wash hand basin and a built in airing cupboard enclosing a factory insulated hot water storage cylinder and immersion heater. Bedroom three is a very large double bedroom with further door then leading into bedroom four, the end double bedroom.

We consider that it is quite feasible and at reasonable cost to continue the landing through bedroom three then leading to bedroom four leaving bedroom three still as a good size room.
From Wadebridge take the B3314 road to Port Isaac and after several miles continue through the villages of St Endellion and Pendoggett. From Pendoggett travel a further two miles approximately and a farmhouse and farm buildings will be seen on the left hand side. The drive into the cottage is through a gate and mature trees just beyond this.


Rear Porch 

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 
6.17m x 4.5m

Dining Room 
5.26m x 4.5m

Sitting Room 
9.07m max x 3.99m


Bedroom One 
3.48m x 4.5m

Bedroom Two 
0.53m x 3.43m

Bedroom Three 
3.84m x 3.78m

Bedroom Four 
4.04m x 3.91m


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 January 2017


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