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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Paradise Road, Boscastle

Withdrawn from Market £319,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Panoramic sea views
  • Spacious reverse living property
  • 4 bedrooms and conservatory
  • uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating
  • Private rear garden
  • EPC rating D

Full description

A versatile, reversed level home which takes advantage of the clifftop and coastal aspects with the living accommodation being on the first floor. As you enter the property, continue into entrance hall you can see the property has been finished to a high standard with a good installation of oak doors with iron work detailing. On the entrance level is a family bathroom, kitchen with built-in appliances and an L-shaped lounge/diner with wood burning stove and windows to the rear elevation with good sea views. 

To the lower ground floor level are four bedrooms, however the current owner uses accommodation as three bedrooms plus an additional lounge with conservatory off. There is also a ground floor shower room from the inner hall. Externally the property enjoys off road parking facilities for approximately three cars to the front and enclosed private rear garden.

Paradise Road is a respected and sought-after residential location situated in the upper part of the idyllic village of Boscastle, along North Cornwall’s rugged coastline.   Boscastle provides a good range of everyday facilities including primary school, doctor’s surgery, petrol station, post office, various retail outlets, public houses and hotels.   

On either side of Boscastle are National Trust stretches of cliff scenery offering superb coastal walking.  Nearby beaches of Strangles, Crackington Haven and Bude provide popular family surfing resorts.  Inland from Boscastle, Bodmin Moor provides open moorland ideal for walking and riding.  To the east is the Dartmoor National Park and to the south the hidden secrets of the Tamar Valley steeped in 18th Century mining history. Nearby Camelford, Bude to the north and the former market town of Launceston to the south east provide a full range of social, commercial and shopping facilities.


uPVC double glazed window and door to front, ceramic tile flooring, radiator, single glazed window into the lounge and door opening into:

Returning staircase descends down to lower ground floor level, skimmed ceilings with centre light, telephone point, stripped timber flooring, loft access and doors off to:

‘L’ shaped room with uPVC double glazed window and sliding doors with Juliette balcony to the rear with views over the clifftops and towards Forrabury Church.  Feature wood burning stove set on a slate hearth.  Skimmed ceilings with three ceiling light points, laminated flooring, three radiators and space for dining table and chairs.

uPVC double glazed window to rear with sea views.  A range of modern wall and base cabinets, roll edged working surfaces over with inset ceramic sink, mixer tap and tiled splash backing. Built-in electric double oven, hob and cooker hood, built-in dishwasher and refrigerator. Storage cupboard and space for breakfast table and chairs.

High level uPVC double glazed window to the front, white bathroom suite comprising of panelled bath with ’Mira’ electric shower over and glass screen. Pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and heated towel rail. Tiled splash backs to wet areas. Radiator  and cupboard housing factory lagged hot water cylinder. 

Stairs leading to lower ground floor:

Oak doors leading to three bedrooms, second lounge and shower room. Laminated flooring, skimmed ceiling with centre light and thermostatic controls.

High level uPVC double glazed window to front elevation, radiator, skimmed ceiling with centre light, carpeted flooring.

uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation with sea views, radiator, skimmed ceilings with centre light and laminated flooring. 

uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation with sea glimpses, radiator, wash hand basin in vanity unit with light over, skimmed ceiling with centre light and carpeted flooring.

Shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled splash back to wet areas, extractor fan, radiator and laminated flooring.

Currently used as a sitting room by the present owners. uPVC double glazed patio doors leading into the conservatory. Laminated flooring, radiator, built in double cupboards, skimmed ceiling with centre light and coving.

uPVC double glazed window to three sides, laminated flooring, , radiator, polycarbonate roofing, sliding patio doors to the garden.


To the front there is driveway parking for up to two cars with additional parking via a 
hard standing patio area to the front of the property. Lawned area's with a pedestrian gate and pathway leading to the front door. To the front of the property can be found a UTILITY ROOM with space for washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge freezer and a range of shelving. 

A pathway with steps lead to the side of the property where a useful shed and oil tank can be located, leading down to the rear garden. 

To the rear of the property is a private rear garden chiefly laid to lawn with border 
hedging and range of mature shrubs and garden pond. 

Mains water, electricity, drainage and oil fired central heating.



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21 March 2017

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