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Falcon Terrace, Bude, Cornwall, EX23

Sold STC £250,000

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Tenure: Freehold

8 Falcon Terrace is a large mid-terrace, Grade II listed property in one of the area's most attractive and historic rows of houses. The classic gabled frontage has tall multipane sashes, an arched entranced porch and a bay window off the sitting room. Until recently this was a vicarage and as such the parishioners would have entered via a different door to the vicar and their family. This is also found to the front being of an interesting arched design with small pane leaded windows surrounding and opening into a barrelled ceiling hall which is open-plan to the sitting room. The house has been extended to the rear providing an additional bedroom, bathroom and kitchen space to the original design and in addition there is a two storey detached period outbuilding with external access at both levels and several windows giving a huge variety of potential uses. Between the house and the outbuilding is a courtyard and to the rear is a long walled garden with various mature shrubs and trees and there are two rear pedestrian accesses.

The house and its grounds are now in need of work to bring them back to their former splendour but all of the ingredients are in place to create a very stylish and sizeable period home.


LOCATION

Bude is a picturesque and well positioned coastal town with the lovely features of a broad river and canal running through its heart and then spilling out into the sea with sandy beaches around the mouth, protected by lifeguards during the summer season and providing excellent swimming and surfing opportunities. The surrounding coastline is renowned for its breath taking beauty and other long sandy surfing beaches and these are all linked by the South West Coast Path. Within Bude there are many restaurants, inns and cafes along with state and private education. In Bude or the other surrounding towns there is a cinema, various supermarkets including a Waitrose at Holsworthy, a wide range of professional services and medical facilities.

The A39 gives easy access along this stretch of coast to both the south towards Wadebridge, Rock and Padstow and to the north towards Bideford and Barnstaple. Tiverton, Exeter and the M5 motorway are all easily accessed from this most convenient location.


THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES
(all floor plans and dimensions are approximate)

A cobbled path leads up the centre of the front garden to:-

PORCH. Slate floor, arched openings to either side. Part glazed period door to:-

HALL - 27' long. Stretching through the centre of the house, short hall to one side with staircase to the first floor, some internal windows borrowing light, half obscure glazed door to the rear hall and period painted doors to:-

SITTING ROOM - 14'7" extending to 18'3" into bay x 12'2" extending to 19'1" into recess. An intriguing angular shaped room with a large multi pane bay to the front and a broad arched recess into a lobby area that is particularly grand with an angled barrelled ceiling, leaded arched window and narrow door to the front which may have been the way parishioners came to visit the vicar without disturbing the rest of the house. Minsterstone fireplace with an open grate and recessed cabinet and shelving beside.
STUDY - 12'7" x 10'5". Slightly angled walls, multi pane sash window to the front with a panelled surround, shutters and a window seat below. Fitted shelving to the rear, doors to recessed shelved cabinets.

DINING ROOM - 13'9" x 11'4". Window overlooking the rear courtyard with window seat below, position of a former fireplace with period cabinets beside with its own internal small window. Thought to be the former kitchen.

BREAKFAST ROOM - 12' x 10'10". Open-plan to the kitchen through a near full width opening, painted beamed ceiling, boiler, fitted cupboard, recessed period cupboard under the staircase.

KITCHEN - 11'10" x 11' average. Angular walls, large window overlooking the rear courtyard and outbuilding, fitted wood fronted cabinets under roll edged worktops with white tiled splashback and a stainless steel sink with twin drainers and chrome taps. Space for a dishwasher and freestanding cooker under an extractor. We have not tested any of the electrically operated appliances to ensure they are working. Half glazed door to:-

REAR HALL. Cloaks area with hooks, slate floor, half glazed door to the reception hall, half glazed door to the rear courtyard opening under a covered canopy and a further obscure glazed door to:-

WC. White wc, white cantilevered wash basin with tiled splashback and chrome tap. Obscured window, slate floor.


FIRST FLOOR

LANDING. Window borrowing light from bedroom 4 and window in the ceiling borrowing light from a Velux roof window in the attic. Painted period door to a staircase rising to the attic, door to a walk-in airing cupboard with slatted wooden shelving and hot water cylinder. Further period painted doors to:-
BATHROOM. White sanitaryware including a wc, cantilevered wash basin with chrome taps and panelled bath with chrome taps and Mira electric shower over. White tiling around the bath, access to roof space, obscured window.

BEDROOM 1 - 16'2" x 15'. Near full height multi pane sash window to the front, fitted wardrobes and cupboards with slatted wooden shelving, position of a former fireplace.

BEDROOM 2 - 12'9" x 11'3". Multi pane sash window to the front, recess with fitted shelving, position of a former fireplace.

BEDROOM 3 - 13'7" x 11'5". Multi pane sash window overlooking the outbuilding and trees to the rear, position of a former fireplace, white cantilevered wash basin.

BEDROOM 4 - 21'5" x 12' average. Angled end walls with windows on two sides overlooking the outbuilding, internal window lending light to the landing, fitted shelving, position of a former fireplace.


SECOND FLOOR

ATTIC - 30' x 15' approx. overall. Approached over what appears to be an historic staircase surrounded by white painted balustrades that arrive at a space with a 6'3" high ceiling canopied to one side, areas of exposed stonework and a space that links around beyond the attic room with stooped head height that would ideally be used for storage. Velux roof window over the staircase, door to a store cupboard and further door to:-

ATTIC ROOM - 15'6" x 10'8" (included in overall attic measurement). Window to the side and dormer to the rear with a window overlooking the rear garden. Access to eaves storage, cantilevered wash basin.


OUTBUILDINGS

Opposite the rear of the house is a gorgeous two storey stone outbuilding with windows and a monopitched roof with wonderful large slates. On the ground floor is a fuel store and workshop with an outside staircase then links to a studio on the first floor.

FUEL STORE - 8'8" x 7'. Approached off the rear courtyard with a step down into a room with a brick and stone floor, brick and stone walls and a brick division.

WORKSHOP - 15' x 6'4". Two windows, white Belfast sink with tap over, brick oven/kiln in the corner of the room, slate floor.

FIRST FLOOR STUDIO - 15' x 6'4. Windows on three sides, high monopitched ceiling with modern timbers and boarding under the visible slates. Concrete skimmed walls, tap, position of a former woodburning stove although it appears the chimney has now been removed.

GARAGE. A detached single garage is found in a block about 200 yards walk from the house.
OUTSIDE,
To the front is an overgrown but perfectly proportioned lawned front garden raised well above the pavement with the front gate opening to steps and a cobbled path leading to the front door. Around the edges of the garden are overgrown specimen shrubs.

To the rear of the house is a courtyard which can also be approached via a pedestrian access to the side and on the other side of the courtyard is the outbuilding. Slate steps rise around the side of the outbuilding up to the rear garden which is also overgrown but has many lovely trees and flowering shrubs and therefore the basis of a wonderful space which enjoys peace and privacy.

GENERAL INFORMATION

VIEWING - Strictly by prior appointment through: Webbers Property Services, 11 Lansdown Road, Bude EX23 8BH
Telephone: (01288) 353661.

ALL OFFERS TO BE SUBMITTED IN WRITING BY MIDDAY FRIDAY 19th AUGUST 2016

POST CODE - EX23 8LJ.

SERVICES - To be confirmed.
For Council Tax see www.mycounciltax.org.uk.

AGENT'S NOTE 1 - The above particulars have been prepared as a general guide only for prospective buyers. Whilst we have endeavoured to provide a fair and reasonable description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out in relation to the property, the services, the appliances and any fixtures and fittings or equipment. All buyers should rely on their own surveys and investigations in connection with any purchase of the property. All measurements, floor plans, dimensions, acreages and distances are approximate only and should not be relied upon for accuracy.

AGENT'S NOTE 2 - If any purchaser is a person connected to the Diocese of Truro, a relative of a connected person, or anyone acting on behalf of a connected person; this is to be declared before any agreement to sell, or offer to purchase the premises is made.

RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS - The Restrictions are the following:-

1. that the Transferee will not at any time call or designate the Property or any part of it nor permit the same to be called or designated by any name which might suggest that the Property is owned or occupied by the Incumbent (save that the Transferee may use the name of "8 Falcon Terrace" and may display a name board showing this full name).

2. not to purport to be the Incumbent.
From the centre of Bude take the road to the south of the river and canal over the bridge and pass the Falcon Inn Hotel on your right very shortly after which 8 Falcon Terrace is found on the right hand side. The garage is located in a block on the opposite side of the road. Follow the road for a further 200 yards to the south and turn left into Falcon Mews/Hanover House where the garage is found along a short driveway between the two blocks of apartments and is the second garage having a black painted door.


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