7 bedroom detached house for saleSt. Kew Highway, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30
- A beautiful, modern country home and equestrian centre in about 10.5 acres
- Outstanding country setting with complete privacy yet many miles of country views
- Designed over three floors and received a new build merit in 1998
- Seven bedrooms, four en-suites, two family bathrooms and cloakroom w.c.
- Four reception rooms, kitchen, utility room, large office and integral double garage
- Oil fired central heating and double glazing
- High quality agricultural buildings of over 3700ft
- Recently built modern stable block of outstanding design, size and quality
Brookfields enjoys a delightful setting being just over a mile from the pretty village of St. Kew with its Church and renowned village Inn. At the top of the lane leading down to Brookfields is a nine hole golf course and close by is the village of St. Kew Highway also with a popular public house and local shopping facilities. The well-known and sought after town of Wadebridge set at the lowest bridging point of the River Camel is about 3 miles to the South-West. To the North also about 3 miles away in distance is the beautiful fishing village of Port Isaac with its outstanding surrounding coastal scenery. Also nearby are the well-known coastal centres of Padstow, Rock or Polzeath. The church spire of the village of St. Endellion which is well known for its annual classical musical festival can be seen from the property. Brookfields was previously used as a high-quality country guesthouse and in view of its setting, making it easy to tour locally or throughout Cornwall and subject to any consents required, the opportunity is there if a buyer wishes to use the property again for this purpose.
An entrance porch with ceramic floor tiles and inner glazed door leads to the large entrance hall with its impressive staircase extending to the first floor and galleried landing above.
On the ground floor, rooms from left to right lead first through double doors into the main sitting room with a deep bay window and a most attractive early Victorian/Regency fireplace and slated hearth, further doors lead into the dining room and also French doors opening through to the large sun lounge. This beautiful room enjoys the magnificent views over the formal gardens, the land adjoining included with the property and for miles beyond towards St. Endellion Church and various other focal points. The room has a floor finished in slate with further French doors then interconnecting through to the dining room, again with a bay window and further door leading through to the kitchen.
The kitchen has a range of fitted floor cabinets with inset laminate worktops and incorporating a resin one and a half bowl sink unit, two windows enjoying the wonderful views, tiled upstand surrounds, a fitted oil fired Aga cooker as well as an electric double oven and inset four ring propane gas hob over. The floor is finished in diamond pattern ceramic tiles and there is also a walk-in ventilated larder with extensive shelving.
Further doors lead into the second room with a most attractive Victorian marbleized slate fireplace surround with propane gas fire and having a door to the entrance hall. A further door from the kitchen leads into the utility room with a continuation of the diamond pattern floor tiles, a fitted stainless steel sink unit with cupboards under and plumbing and space for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher, oil fired central heating boiler, built-in cupboard with range of electrical switching including consumer unit and others, a further door to the rear lobby with stable door to the garden and door to cloakroom with low level w.c and small wash hand basin. The next door leads into the private office with dual aspect windows and built-in cupboard.
A further door from the lobby leads into the large double garage with well-sealed door, wide electric and remotely operated roller blind door, fluorescent lighting and recess with further door leading to the outside.
On the first floor the impressive galleried landing leads into double bedroom number one, with dual aspect windows and adjoining shower room, also with w.c, wash hand basin and outlook to the front.
Bedroom two, also a double bedroom with dual aspect windows and views to the rear and with en-suite shower room and w.c with wash basin.
The family bathroom has a panelled bath with mixer taps and shower head, wash basin, bidet, low level w.c and separate shower cubicle. The landing then extends to one side and has a built in airing cupboard with double doors and then to the left to bedroom four, a double bedroom with en-suite shower room and w.c with wash basin.
Across the way from this is bedroom three, a double bedroom with outlook to the front and with fitted vanity basin. At the end of the landing in the principal bedroom suite, this beautiful and large bedroom at present houses a large double bed and two single beds (not included) so there is plenty of space and a door then leading to the en-suite bathroom with panelled bath, mixer taps and shower head, w.c and wash basin. There is a door from this bedroom which leads onto a small balcony with iron hand railings and spiral staircase leading down to the garden.
On the second floor, to the left a door leads into a private suite (bedroom five on the floor plan over) comprising a double bedroom with fitted vanity basin and fitted dressing table, a single bedroom (bedroom six) adjoining and a bathroom with panelled bath, mixer taps and shower head, fitted vanity basin and w.c. At the top of the landing a door leads into the walk-in linen room and this also houses the Ultra Steel mains stainless steel unvented pressurised and high capacity hot water storage cylinder. From the landing a door to the right then leads into bedroom seven, also a large double bedroom with plenty of light from dual aspect windows.
The property is approached over its formal drive with screen bushes, hedging and extensive ground cover neatly set to each side and the whole of the garden areas are beautifully landscaped. The extensive drive areas are finished in chippings which lead to the front, side and rear of the house. A separate drive extends to one side to the farm buildings and stable block.
The stunning gardens and grounds speak for themselves from the photographs shown and are all partitioned with neat beech hedging and comprise beyond the extensive gardens to two paddocks with interconnecting gates, a further small paddock to the back of the farm buildings, a drive then leading down to the chicken run which has its own pond and chicken house.
The office/garden room is another high quality building immaculately finished with a slated roof and UPVC double glazing and with dual aspect windows enjoying the stunning views. The floor in here is finished in slate effect tiles.
To the front, a terraced sitting area looks onto the beautifully manicured main garden with its lawns, extensive topiary and further continuation of the immaculately maintained beech hedges, with large planters and garden benches.
THE MODERN FARM BUILDINGS
The first measuring 39' x 37' approximately with wide roller door, good sky lighting, and electricity laid on and side access door.
The second measuring 43' x 29' approximately with steel doors to the front and electricity laid on.
To the side of this is an adjoining workshop about 44' deep x 13' wide with electricity laid on and side hung timber doors. There are extensive neatly edged concreted skirting areas to the outside which also leads to domestic stores which comprise the entrance store room measuring 10'9'' x 10' with an oil fired central heating boiler providing heating to the radiators in this unit and with three doors off; the first leading to room 5'9" x 5', the second into a low level w.c. with wash basin measuring 5'10'' x 5'3'' and finally the third door leads into the large room 28'3'' x 11' with door to outside at one end and a large fitted vanity basin with cabinets beneath.
THE RECENTLY BUILT STABLE BLOCKS
These are set in their own private enclosure within the grounds and bearing in mind their high quality construction and attractive appearance may lend themselves to adaption to holiday accommodation. However, we must stress that no approach or application has been made to the planning authority for change of use.
Stable one with two sets of stable doors to the front and further side hung wide doors to one side 25' x 14'. The second measure 24' average x 14' deep also with two sets of stable doors. The next is an open room 21' average width x 17' deep with wide opening of 12'9'' that could have a garage door and alongside this is a tack room measure 12'10'' wide.
Mains electricity, mains metered water supply and in addition to the mains water there is a bore hole set at the end of the garden which is currently not connected. Private drainage. Sky broadband provided.
Cornwall Council - Band F
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE - D
Travelling east from Wadebridge on the A39 road towards Camelford, follow this road for about two miles. Take the turning left by the golf course marked to St. Endellion, follow the lane for about half a mile and Brookfields is the second property on the right hand side.
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