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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Pancrasweek, Holsworthy

Sold STC £380,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached period cottage
  • Wealth of character including beams and Inglenook fireplace
  • Three bedrooms
  • Sitting room, dining room and garden room/sun lounge
  • Detached garage and further outbuildings
  • Gardens including very productive vegetable garden
  • Land extending to approximately 2.28 acres
  • EE Rating F

Full description

Opportunity to purchase this detached period cottage with an abundance of character features including beams and Inglenook fireplace. Lovingly cared for by the present vendors with accommodation briefly comprising three bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, garden room/sun lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, downstairs cloakroom and family bathroom.  The whole extends to approximately 2.75 acres including gardens, vegetable garden, outbuildings and land.  Enjoying views over adjoining countryside and conveniently located between Holsworthy and Bude.
 
SITUATION
Situated adjacent to an unclassified Parish road within the rural hamlet of Pancrasweek which is conveniently located between the thriving market town of Holsworthy (five miles) and the north Cornish coastal town of Bude (seven miles), both offer an excellent range of shopping, banking, educational and leisure facilities.  The Cathedral city of Exeter with mainline rail, air and motorway links is just 60 minutes drive.
 
THE PARTICULARS
All measurements are approximate.  There are numerous power points throughout.  None of the fittings have been tested by ourselves.
 
ACCOMMODATION
Mahogany uPVC double glazed front door to:
 
Pitched Entrance Porch
Door to:
 
Sitting Room: 16' 10'' max x 12' 3'' (5.13m max x 3.73m)
Front aspect double glazed window with seat.  Magnificent Inglenook fireplace with inset timber mantle, bread oven and raised slate hearth housing a woodburning stove.  Fitted carpet, radiator, beamed ceiling, wall lights and stairs rising to the first floor with storage cupboard below.
 
Dining Room: 12' x 9' (3.66m x 2.74m)
Front aspect double glazed window with seat and cupboard below.  Fitted carpet, beamed ceiling and radiator.
 
Garden Room/Sun Lounge: 18' 10'' x 8' 6'' (5.74m x 2.59m)
Double glazed windows and French doors along one side with rural outlook over fields and forestry.  Slate tile effect flooring, radiator and angled tinted polycarbonate roof.
 
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 14' 3'' x 8' (4.34m x 2.44m)
Range of light oak eye and base level units incorporating glazed display cabinets with lights, wine racks and breakfast bar.  Worksurface incorporating 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit and ‘Electrolux’ LPG four ring hob.  Built-in ‘Electrolux’ double oven.  Dual aspect double glazed windows to the front and side, radiator, tiled backing, beamed ceiling and tiled flooring.
 
Utility Room: 7' x 6' 9'' (2.13m x 2.06m)
Rear aspect double glazed window with rural view.  ‘Trianco’ oil-fired boiler serving the domestic hot water and central heating systems, worksurface, plumbing for both dishwasher and washing machine, larder cupboard.
 
Cloakroom
With two piece suite comprising low level flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.  Storage cupboard and tiled backing.
 
Side Entrance Hall
Tiled flooring, pine panelling, space for fridge/freezer and shelf.
 
FIRST FLOOR
Landing
Wood flooring, radiator, built-in airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder and electric immersion heater, beamed ceiling and wall lights.
 
Bedroom One: 13' x 12' 10'' (3.96m x 3.91m)
Front aspect double glazed window enjoying views over open countryside to Pancrasweek Church tower in the distance.  Built-in storage cupboards to either side of the chimney breast, further built-in cupboard with radiator.  Fitted carpet and beamed ceiling.
 
Bedroom Two: 14' 3'' x 8' 5'' (4.34m x 2.56m)
Double glazed window again with rural views, radiator, fitted carpet, beamed ceiling and loft access.
 
Bedroom Three: 9' 2'' x 9' 2'' (2.79m x 2.79m)
Front aspect double glazed window with views over to the Church tower, wood flooring and beamed ceiling.
 
Bathroom
Three piece bathroom suite comprising panel enclosed bath with ’Triton’ shower over, low level flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.  Double glazed window with far reaching views, half the wall has painted pine matchboarding fitted, tiled splash backing, wood flooring and radiator.
 
OUTSIDE
To the front is a stone wall with inset flower bed along the top.  A pedestrian gate leads to paved pathways and ornamental shingle to either side of the cottage.  A pergola with climbing roses leads through to a side garden surrounded by well stocked flower beds, shrubs and plants.  The rear garden is lawned, again with stocked beds and brick built barbecue.  Twin timber gates lead onto the concrete/stone drive giving plenty of off-road parking.
 
Block Built Garage: 23' x 11' 5'' (7.01m x 3.48m)
With timber doors to the front, window to the side, tiled shower recess, light, power and water connected.
 
A pathway leads to the rear of the cottage and the following outbuildings:
 
Fuel Store: 9' 8'' x 7' 9'' (2.94m x 2.36m)
 
Workshop: 23' 5'' x 9' (7.13m x 2.74m)
Timber/sheet construction with power and light connected.  Adjoining this is a:
 
Tool/Potting Shed: 10' x 6' (3.05m x 1.83m)
 
This in-turn leads to a very productive Vegetable Garden, ideal for those seeking a self-sufficient lifestyle with water connected and an aluminium Greenhouse.  From the vegetable garden a gated pergola leads through to:
 
 
OUTBUILDINGS
There is a mixture of block, timber and sheet construction buildings.
 
Pens/Stables
Ranging in size from a maximum of 18' x 10' (5.48m x 3.05m) down to approximately 12' x 5' (3.65m x 1.52m), these would house small stock ie: chickens, pigs, sheep or could be used for equestrian purposes.  There is also a Wash/Tack Room with light and power connected.
 
Three Bay Implement/Stock Shed: ‘L’ Shaped building 45' max x 22' max (13.71m max x 6.70m max) of timber and sheet construction which is accessed from the parish road through a five bar gate, with a concrete yard.  A small enclosed turn-out area can be found to one side of the shed.
 
THE LAND
To the rear of the buildings is a further paddock extending to approximately 2.28 acres and is level with hedge and fence boundaries.
 
FLOOR PLANS
The floor plans displayed are not to scale and are for identification purposes only.
 
TENURE
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
 
SERVICES
Mains water and electricity.  Private drainage.
 
COUNCIL TAX BAND
D.
 
EE RATING
F.
 
DIRECTIONS
From Holsworthy proceed on the A3072 Bude road and after approximately 2.8 miles turn right signposted ‘Pancrasweek’.  Continue on this road for just over a mile and at ‘Higher Moor Cross’ turn left signposted ‘Kingford/Bude’.  Follow this road and the property will be found on the right hand side after approximately 0.2 miles.
 
VIEWINGS
Please ring 01409 253888 to view this property and check availability before incurring travel time/costs.  FULL DETAILS OF ALL OUR PROPERTIES ARE AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE www.kivells.com.


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