Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 1
Stunning detached house with exceptionally stylish interior and gorgeous southerly views set on the edge of delightful semi-rural village that is just outside of the highly sought after town of Wadebridge in what must be one of the most picturesque and yet accessible settings in the area.
This highly attractive former farmhouse has been beautifully updated by the current owners, now being that perfect blend of traditional exterior complimented by a most tastefully decorated interior. Facing south-west at the front, the house has a wonderfully light feel to it as well as many delightful interior features such as high beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplace with wood burner and the all important Aga and pantry in the kitchen.
On the southerly side of the house is a recently constructed vaulted garden room that enjoys the most wonderful southerly rural views via its floor to ceiling glazed windows. To one corner is a contemporary styled wood burner and at opposite ends are doors leading to the front and rear gardens.
Approached from the road by a shared gravel driveway leading to two of the parking spaces and in turn leading on to the larger courtyard parking area at the rear of the house. The gardens are located on the east, south and west sides of the property and comprise of well planned but contrasting styles, yet all enjoying the views. The rear garden is laid to lawn with a sizeable patio, which is covered by a pergola. The front garden is a large stone patio interspersed by colourful flower beds and mature planting. This delightful area is a little more shelter and the perfect spot in which to sit and enjoy the later day sun.
Located on the edge of the village, the house nestles on a gently sloping hillside taking in delightful southerly views over mile upon mile of countryside and Grogley Woods from both the house and gardens.
Beyond Grogley Woods is the Camel Valley, home to the River Camel which meanders its way downstream to Wadebridge where it becomes the Camel Estuary. The Camel Trail cycle path is accessible at Grogley Bridge and runs along the banks of the river downstream to Wadebridge and Padstow or upstream to Nanstallon and Bodmin. In more recent years, the valley has also become known for its internationally renowned Camel Valley Vineyard, producing exceptional award winning wines.
Wadebridge offers a wonderful range of unusual boutiques, shops and restaurants as well as a multi-screened cinema. The town also boasts a sports centre with swimming pool, a bowls club and outdoor tennis courts. Rock and Padstow, on either side of the Camel Estuary, offer many of the county’s leading beaches. Both locations offer amazing gastronomic delights, with Rick Stein’s and Paul Ainsworth’s restaurants in Padstow and Nathan Outlaw in Rock to name just a few. Fabulous golf courses are located at Trevose near Padstow and St Enodoc at Rock. Fowey is a haven for keen sailors, offering day sailing along the beautiful South Cornish Coast.
• Wadebridge: 2 Miles
• Rock: 8 Miles
• Padstow: 10 Miles
• Newquay Airport: 14.5 Miles
• Fowey: 17 Miles
• Truro: 24 Miles
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