CALLING ALL INVESTOR BUYERS - This charming individual home is currently available to buy with a TENANT IN SITU, therefore a great INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY with an approximate current RENTAL VALUE of £575 pcm.
This very rare find is beautifully presented, being an attached single storey dwelling, which has previously been a successful holiday/AirB&B investment and more recently a letting property. Surprisingly deceptive and superbly presented accommodation with a contemporary and period feel throughout. The front entrance door opens up into a quirky Lounge with a central Log Burner, vaulted ceiling and cleverly designed mezzanine floor which can be accessed from the Kitchen/Diner via a large loft hatch with a retractable ladder providing ample storage space. Well laid out Kitchen with built in appliances, doors to the Bedroom and stylish Shower Room. Outside, offers minimum maintenance with natural slate external façade, slate pitched roof, double glazed windows and a small slate paved patio to the front.
LOCATION Delabole village is situated approximately 1 mile inland on the North Coast of Cornwall and is the home of the Delabole Slate Quarry and the first commercial wind farm in the UK. Delabole is also renowned for its annual carnival, one of the biggest in Cornwall and is situated within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Almost a third of Cornwall has AONB designation, with the same status and protection as a National Park. Delabole was the birthplace of the Cornwall Air Ambulance and the village's amenities include the Anglican Church of St John, Methodist Chapel, Post Office, Convenience Store, Pubs and Primary School. The renowned Port Isaac, famous for its location filming of Doc Martin is only a short drive. Trebarwith Strand is also only 3 miles away. Tintagel and Boscastle are all within easy access. Launceston is approximately 20 miles distant.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES: (All Measurements are Approximate)
The property is fully double glazed with modern electric programable wall mounted heaters and slate/stone effect tiled flooring throughout the principal rooms. Front entrance door leading into:
LOUNGE 10' 10" x 8' 10" (3.3m x 2.69m) average measurements (irregular shaped room). An impressive and quirky room with a front aspect window with views over the surrounding countryside and 'Brown Willy' in the distance. Log Burner on slate hearth with full height flue. Feature vaulted ceiling incorporating a mezzanine floor, part open with wrought iron railings looking down into the Lounge and Bedroom, providing ideal space for storage. TV point. Door to Bedroom and further door to:
KITCHEN/DINER 10' 3" x 7' 10" (3.12m x 2.39m) average measurements. Double aspect with window to front offering views over to the distant countryside and window to side. A range of modern base level units with worktop surfaces over and part tiling to walls. Inset Belfast style sink with mixer tap. Inset double electric hob with electric oven under and stainless steel canopy extractor hood over. Integral under-counter fridge freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Matching eye level and built-in cupboards. Large hatch to loft space with retractable ladder opening up to another very useful Storage Area. Low level door to small cupboard housing hot water system. Doors to:
BEDROOM 10' 6" x 8' 2" (3.2m x 2.49m) average measuremenet - irregular shaped room Feature vaulted ceiling with skylight window and retractable blind. Two built-in over bed cupboards with storage space above. Door back to Lounge.
SHOWER ROOM 6' 3" x 4' 9" (1.91m x 1.45m) Fully enclosed corner shower cubicle with electric shower over. Vanity wash hand basin with cupboards below. Low level wc. Part tiling to walls. Electric heated towel rail. Wall mounted Dimplex electric heater. Wall mounted hair dryer. Extractor fan.
OUTSIDE From the pavement a galvanised wrought iron pedestrian gate and boundary fence opens up to a small slate paved area. Ideal space for some pots and bins, leading to the front entrance door.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Cornwall District Council.
COUNCIL TAX Band A.
SERVICES Mains Electric, Water and Drainage.
DIRECTIONS From Launceston follow the A30 dual carriageway towards Bodmin and take the slip road to A395/North Cornwall/Wadebridge/Camelford/A39 and follow the signs for the A39. Upon reaching the A39 turn left towards Wadebridge and Camelford and after approximately 1.5 miles turn right onto the B3314 towards Delabole. At the next junction turn right onto B3266 then immediately left onto Slaughter Bridge/B3314 and continue to follow the B3314 into Delabole. Proceed through the village and after passing the Church on the right the property will be found a short distance up on the right. Please note there is plenty of parking available on the opposite side of the road in a large layby.