4 bedroom detached house for saleSt Mabyn, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30
- 4 Bedrooms (1 En-Suite)
- Family Bathroom
- Open Plan Reception Space
- Farmhouse Style Kitchen
- Extensive Gardens
- Three Bay Garage with Separate Workshop, Studio and Office
Stunning converted watermill set in beautiful gardens on the fringes of a thriving village. 4 Bedrooms (1 en-suite), family bathroom, open plan reception space, farmhouse style kitchen, extensive gardens and 3 bay garage with separate workshop, studio and office. EPC Band D.
Situation - This stunning property sits on the fringes of the popular and well respected village of St Mabyn with an excellent primary school, village post office and general store, historic Church and a public house. The village lies to the north east of the former market town of Wadebridge, which sits astride the River Camel and offers a wide range of shopping facilities, primary, secondary and sixth form education, cinema, restaurants and access to the ever popular Camel Cycle Trail.
The property is perfectly located, giving access to the magnificent North Cornish Coast, including the sandy beaches of Rock, Daymer and Polzeath, numerous first class and Michelin starred restaurants such as Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant in Padstow and Nathan Outlaw's Restaurant in Port Isaac. To the east of St Mabyn is the splendour of Bodmin Moor, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a haven for walkers and nature lovers alike.
There is access to mainline railway services from Bodmin Parkway which connects with London Paddington via Plymouth, whilst at Newquay there is an international airport with flights to both domestic and international destinations. Access to the A30 can be gained at Bodmin linking the cathedral cities of Exeter and Truro. At Exeter there is access to the M5 motorway network, further mainline railway services serving London and the Midlands and Exeter International Airport.
Description - This striking and unusual property dates back to the 18th Century with later additions in the 1900s of a rare red brick, handmade in Bristol and brought to Cornwall by train. The mill ran until 1952 producing animal feed for Tredinnick Farm. The mill itself belonged to Tredinnick Manor, the large house to the south of the property. The reason for its uncharacteristic red brick construction remains a mystery; however the east wall contains a small chunk of shrapnel embedded into the brick, which came from a German bomb which was discharged into the field next to the property at the end of the Second World War.
Accommodation - The property is accessed on the first floor via a set of stone and granite steps to a half glazed door into the kitchen. The kitchen itself has a range of base and eye level units, slate worktop with a Belfast sink and an Aga range cooker, there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. There is a built in seating area with a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. To one side is a large pantry cupboard and access to the open plan sitting room and dining area which has a vaulted ceiling and red brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove on a slate hearth with double doors leading out to a rear patio and decked area.
At the other end of the room there is access to the boiler room and bedroom one with a vaulted ceiling and an en-suite bathroom comprising of a large bespoke vanity unit with a stone sink and shelves below, large shower and low flush WC with concealed cistern. An ornate spiral staircase leads down from the centre of the main reception room to the lower hallway with exposed stonework and the original waterwheel. There is a wooden stable door to a pretty sunken garden and seating area. From the main hall there is access to three bedrooms, a separate WC, sauna room and family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, corner shower, wash hand basin and low flush WC.
Outside - The property is accessed via a quiet parish road to a large tarmac driveway producing off-road parking for a number of vehicles and access to a timber frame constructed outbuilding comprising of a STUDIO, measuring approximately 8.84m x 5.72m (29 x 189) with underfloor heating and separate sink and low flush WC and wash hand basin. From here there is access to an OFFICE 5.72m x 2.99m (189 x 96) with a door connecting to a WORKSHOP 5.89m x 4.45m (194 x 147) with inspection pit and access to a THREE BAY GARAGE measuring approximately 9.14m x 4.45m (30 x 194). The property is surrounded by a stunning garden with the original mill pond located to the rear of the property with a pontoon and beautiful woodland walk around its perimeter. The lower level of the garden is ornamentally planted with a variety of beds each with a different planting scheme and character. Low stone walls and gravel paths criss-cross the garden providing a stunning and tranquil setting.
Services - Mains water and electricity, private drainage, oil-fired central heating and Aga. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.
Viewings - Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors appointed agents, Stags.
Directions - From the centre of St Mabyn with the pub on the right handside, proceed to the edge of the village taking the first right hand turning signposted to Helland. After 200 yards the property will be located on the left hand side, identified by a Stags for sale board.
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