Situated in a STUNNING rural LOCATION is this 3/4 bedroom DETACHED home which has the added benefit of a 4 acre PADDOCK and 0.9 acre of WOODLAND, ideal for EQUESTRAIN USE or as SMALLHOLDING. Several useful OUTBUILDINGS and a secure COMPOUND.
If you a looking for a lifestyle change in an idyllic setting with panoramic countryside and coastal views in the distance, no air or light pollution, then this could be your retreat. No near neighbours, yet easily assessible and commutable to nearby towns via the A395, A39, A30 and the North Cornish Coast. The land, which is situated a few steps away from the house, would be ideal for equine or animal enthusiasts or maybe an option to establish a small family run campsite (STPC) with the coast only 6 miles away!
The home is spacious having a triple aspect 26' KITCHEN/DINING ROOM which has been updated in recent times with a superb 'SYSTEM SIX' range of soft close units and central island. Upstairs is light and airy with the owners also creating a FANTASTIC MASTER SUITE which has a stylish ENSUITE with separate bath and shower cubicle and finished off with a WALK ON BALCONY enjoying phenomenal VIEWS towards the coast.
Within the grounds of the house is off road parking for several vehicles, 43' WORKSHOP which could be changed to a STABLE BLOCK or even a HOLIDAY LODGE (STPC), DOUBLE GARAGE and a further OUTBUILDING with a formal garden to the rear. Only a few steps away on the other side of the lane is the LAND, comprising of an approximate 4 acre PADDOCK and 0.9 acres of WOODLAND. Within the field is a COMPOUND providing secure parking for many types of vehicles, including tractors, caravan or motorhome and a MACHINE STORE and attached DOUBLE BAY FIELD SHELTER.
LOCATION The property is close to the popular rural village of Warbstow. Warbstow is surrounded by quiet lanes in all directions. There is easy access to the A395 (2 miles) at Hallworthy. A further 6 miles is a stunning stretch of the North Cornish coastline featuring popular family surfing beaches such as Crackington Haven, quaint former fishing villages such as Boscastle, sections of superb National Trust cliff scenery and remarkable places of interest such as Tintagel with ancient coastal hill fort. Warbstow is close to the wonderful open spaces of Bodmin Moor ideal for walking and riding. To the south and east the hidden Tamar valley Steeped in 18th century mining history and is known for salmon fishing. The coastal resort of Bude is approximately 11 miles way and the market town of Launceston is some 13 miles away and provides a full range of social, commercial and shopping facilities together with access to the A30 dual carriageway spineroad for Cornwall and Devon. Beyond, the city of Exeter (54 miles) provides intercity rail link, M5 motorway link and international airport.
ACCOMMODATION IN DETAILS COMPRISES (All measurements are approximate)
Front entrance door to:
HALLWAY Window to front. Stable door to Kitchen/Dining Room. Floor mounted oil fired central heating boiler. Opening to:
UTILITY ROOM 8' 2" x 7' 0" (2.49m x 2.13m) Worktop surfaces. Inset sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Space and plumbing for washing machine and further space for white goods.
CLOAKROOM Obscured glazed window to side. Wall mounted wash hand basin. Low level WC. Radiator.
WALK-IN STORAGE ROOM Could be utilised as a PANTRY, BOOT ROOM or ideal for PETS. Door to understairs cupboard.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 25' 10" x 14' 6" (7.87m x 4.42m) A fabulous triple aspect room which has been completely remodelled and now has a System Six high quality kitchen comprising of a range of soft close base and drawer units with worktop surfaces over. Inset sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Space for Gas/electric Range cooker with canopy extractor over. Space for an American fridge freezer with pull out larder style cupboards to the side incorporating retractable drawers and further cupboards above. Central island with worktop, cupboards and drawers. Window to front, three to the side, one to the rear with door to the rear garden. Wood burner. Built in ceiling speakers. TV point. Radiator. Opening to:
LIVING ROOM 10' 6" x 8' 7" (3.2m x 2.62m) Could be utilised as a SNUG, STUDY, READING or PLAYROOM. Window to rear. Radiator. Opening to:
SITTING ROOM 16' 2" x 10' 11" excluding staircase and chimney breast recess (4.93m x 3.33m) Double aspect room with window to front and two to the rear. Staircase to first floor. Inset wood burner and log store. TV point. Radiator. Door and steps down to:
BEDROOM 4 15' 7" x 6' 3" (4.75m x 1.91m) Could be utilised as another RECEPTION room. Windows to front and rear. Radiator.
From Sitting Room staircase to first floor split landing. Window to front with views. Hatch to loft space with retractable ladder, power and light connected. Radiator. Doors to:
MASTER BEDOOM 14' 5" x 14' 4" (4.39m x 4.37m) This double aspect room has been extended to create a superb MASTER SUITE with high vaulted ceiling and sliding patio door to spacious walk on BALCONY with glass balustrading enjoying a sunny aspect and 180 degree front aspect views across the surrounding countryside towards the North Cornwall Coast at Crackington Haven, Morwenstow, Lundy Island off the North Devon Coast with Dartmoor and Exmoor visible on the far horizon. His and hers electric sockets with USB charging points and doors to the:
ENSUITE BATHROOM 14' 7" x 6' 3" (4.44m x 1.91m) Another fabulous addition to this home with obscured glazed window to the rear and part vaulted ceiling. Stylish bathroom with stand alone oval bath with freestanding pedestal tap and separate shower attachment. Large walk in shower unit with rainfall style head and separate shower attachment. Wash hand basin with mixer tap insert into vanity unit with soft close drawers. Low level WC. Chrome heated towel rail. Extractor fan.
BEDROOM 2 18' 2" x 9' 7" max (5.54m x 2.92m) Two windows to rear and one to the side. Radiator.
BEDROOM 3 12' 11" max x 10' 8" max (3.94m x 3.25m) Window to rear. Radiator.
BATHROOM 9' 7" max x 6' 2" (2.92m x 1.88m) Half obscure glazed window to front with views. Panel enclosed bath with mains fed shower over and bifolding shower screen. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Chrome heated towel rail. Shave;point. Aquaboard to water sensitive areas.
OUTSIDE From the lane double gates open up to a yard providing parking for numerous vehicles, area for the oil storage tank and access to:
WORKSHOP 43' 0" x 13' 0" (13.11m x 3.96m) Block built and we believe a former stable block, divided internally into three open sections with power and light. To the far end is a door which opens up a DECKED TERRACE with glass balustrade. A fantastic spot for entertaining and watching the sunset. A timber gate leads to an area of grass currently used for chickens. On one side of the building is the gas connection point for the cooker and a small lean-to GREENHOUSE, and to other side is an attached DOG KENNEL.
GARAGE 23' 6" x 11' 7" (7.16m x 3.53m) Timber built with double doors. power and light with attached DOG KENNEL. Situated behind the garage is a detached:
OUTBUILDING 16' 4" x 9' 4" (4.98m x 2.84m) Timber and block built structure with corrugated metal cladding. Sliding door with power and light. Currently used for chickens, but could make an ideal LOG STORE or STORAGE SHED.
A path and pedestrian gate to one side of the property leads to the private enclosed REAR GARDEN which has gravel and paved patios leading to an extensive lawn, bordered by mature hedgerows. Power points, lighting and water tap. A pedestrian gate gives access back to the lane.
Situated across the lane from the house is access to the LAND and the enclosed YARD and COMPOUND. A pedestrian gate leads directly to the PADDOCK and a 5 bar gate leads across the YARD to a large cladded gate to the fully enclosed:
COMPOUND Providing secure parking for farm vehicles, caravan or motorhome with another large cladded gate leading to the PADDOCK. There also access to:
MACHINE STORE 22' 11" x 13' 1" (7 2m x 4 7m) This could offer many uses.
DOUBLE BAY FIELD SHELTER 31' 0" x 15' 0" (9.45m x 4.57m) Ideal for livestock, tractors or other vehicles..
LAND A gently sloping fully enclosed 4 acre PADDOCK. There is a public right of way through the land up to the historic Warbstow Burrow Iron Age settlement. From the paddock a five bar metal gates opens up the fully enclosed 0.9 acres of WOODLAND, comprising a variety of mature trees.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Cornwall County Council
COUNCIL TAX BAND D
SERVICES Mains electricity, water and private drainage.
AGENTS NOTE According to the Estate Agents Act, we must advise that a member of staff at Millerson is related to the vendors of this property.
DIRECTIONS Proceed out of Launceston on the A30 towards Bodmin taking the exit at Kennards House signposted to Camelford on the A395. Proceed along this road until reaching Wilsey Down and turn right signposted Hallworthy. After approximately 2 miles take the third turning on the left signposted Trengune and Warbstow. After approximately 1 mile the property will be found on the left.