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5 bedroom house for sale

Trebetherick, Daymer Bay

Guide Price £1,500,000

Property Description

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• Currently 5 bedroom property with potential to easily create further accommodation to sleep 14 plus
• Spacious living with expansive estuary views
• Privileged position - private and peaceful
• Close to the footpath leading directly to Daymer Bay beach which is a dog friendly beach
• The property offers great potential to redevelop (subject to the necessary planning consents)
• The current property totals 4,748 sq. ft.
• In all 0.45 acres

Available to buy for the very first time on the open market since it was built in 1978, Trelawney's position was always considered one of, if not, the most favourable in Trebetherick with its sunny south and west facing views yet sheltered from the north and east. Extended in 2000, Trelawney offers versatility as either one substantial home or two separate living spaces with combined accommodation of currently 5/6 bedrooms, with potential to increase to 7/9 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms. With far reaching estuary and countryside views, this property holds immense potential as either a desirable main residence or successful holiday rental.

Available to buy for the very first time on the open market since it was built in 1978 and Trelawney's position was always considered one of, if not the most favourable in Trebetherick with its sunny south and west facing views but with shelter from the north and east.

Trelawney is accessed off Worthy Hill and is set in an elevated position enhancing the expansive views of the Camel Estuary. The front door leads into the original house with a large hallway leading through to a spacious kitchen. Leading off the hallway is the living room with patio doors through to the sunroom and terrace, all benefitting from fine estuary views. To the side and rear of the property the three bedrooms and family bathroom are located.

The side entrance leads into the extended area of the property, where a spacious hallway flows through to the dual aspect kitchen/dining/living room complete with Aga, wood burning stove, and patio doors to the rear. This comfortable room is currently the heart of the house. Stairs then lead to the further two bedrooms, one of which has elevated estuary views and a Juliet balcony. The master has attractive countryside views again with a Juliet balcony and a walk in wardrobe. On this floor is also a bathroom and study. The loft, in view of its size, offers opportunities for further rooms with estuary views.

The accommodation is laid out in the floorplans below and briefly comprises:

Ground Floor:
• Hallway
• Kitchen/dining room
• Utility
• W/C shower room
• Kitchen / potential to create additional bedroom
• Living room
• Conservatory
• 3 bedrooms
• Family bathroom
First Floor:
• 2 bedrooms
• Walk in wardrobe
• Bathroom
• Office / potential to create additional bedroom
• Loft with 8th/9th bedroom potential (would have estuary views)

The vendors of Trelawney have been granted planning permission for a subtle 3 bedroom property located behind the rear paved patio. A separate drive will be created to the right of the property to bypass Trelawney and retain privacy. Please see the full approved planning via the planning number PA16/01216.

Accessed via a tarmac drive the property’s garden consists of mowed lawns and established shrubs planted along the hedge. To the rear of the property there is a large stone patio and at the front is a walled, paved terrace, perfect for evening drinks and al fresco dining whilst watching the sun go down.

Trelawney also boasts a large cellar that currently houses small boats and a double garage with an electric door.

Situated in the ever-popular hamlet of Trebetherick, the views over the sea and surrounding countryside make this a highly sought after location on the North Cornwall coast. Famed for being the burial place of Poet Laureate, Sir John Betjeman, who wrote many a poem about the area and now lies at St Enodoc Church, it is the perfect setting for those looking for a getaway close to the breath-taking beaches of this beautiful area. Trebetherick has a local general store, farm shop, cafes and pubs close by. The village is set between two golf courses; the famous St Enodoc golf club and The Point at Roserrow golf and country club.

Trelawney is ideally suited to those who wish to enjoy the delights of coastal living. It lies beside the world class Daymer Bay with its golden sands, the famous surfing beach of Polzeath and the hip hotspot of Rock. Here one can shop in the boutique clothes stores or eat at the well-known Mariners Pub whilst watching the antics of the water skiing and sailing schools on the water.

The scenic harbour town of Padstow is also only a short ferry trip away from Rock and is popular with visitors and locals alike with many quaint shops, restaurants and pubs. Padstow is also now world renowned as the home of Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Cookery School. Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant at Watergate Bay and Paul Ainsworth at No 6, Padstow are also close by.

Mains water, oil fired central heating, solar panels, private drainage (septic tank).

Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents.

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11 November 2016


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