Reception Rooms: 4 | Bedrooms: 9 | Bathrooms: 5
Exceptional country house & Lodge House set on the edge of a highly desirable village. Presented to an exemplary standard and within easy walking distance of the many excellent amenities and facilities of the village.
The condition of the house throughout is truly exceptional after having undergone a top down renovation in the early 2000’s by the current family owners, without consideration or thought for costs involved, the house is now of a structural standard that is very rarely seen anywhere in the country. Fine features abound throughout including beautiful granite mullioned windows, granite fireplaces and surrounds, ornate cornicing all combine with high ceilings that ensure this is regarded as a grand house.
The house sits in stunning gardens and grounds of around 13 acres which also create a high degree of privacy and protection.
The accommodation is spacious throughout and free-flowing with wide hallways connecting generous reception rooms. The principal room of the ground and first floor are the drawing room and master bedroom, each having the stunning curved feature bay window that is such an architectural feature of the building and provides them with magnificent views across the lawned gardens and the beautiful array of trees that are positioned around the grounds.
St Tudy is one of the most picturesque village settings in north Cornwall. Nestled in beautiful rolling countryside and just minutes from the spectacular and rugged north Cornwall coastline, it is widely regarded as one of the prime locations of the entire area. The village itself has a thriving community with an excellent pub and picturesque church at its heart, as well
as a superb recently built community shop, post office and an excellent junior school.
The picture perfect fishing village of Port Isaac is the closest accessible point to the north Cornwall coast and the nearest large beach is the surfers paradise of Polzeath. The highly desirable market town of Wadebridge is the nearest town to St Tudy, offering an excellent range of shops, schooling and sporting facilities. The Camel River meanders its way through Wadebridge becoming the Camel Estuary as it moves downstream towards the spectacular mouth of the estuary at Rock and Padstow. The Camel Trail foot and cycle path is accessible at Wadebridge, which runs along the banks of the estuary, leading to the harbour town of Padstow. There are many excellent golf courses within a short drive, with the links courses of St Enodoc at Rock at Trevose near Padstow being the two most renowned in the area.
The north Cornwall area is exceptionally well served by many delightful pubs and restaurants, with the renowned St Tudy Inn just a short walk away and the surrounding villages of St Mabyn, St Breward and St Kew all offering excellent pubs with renowned eateries. For the true foodie though Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth have restaurants at Padstow and Nathan Outlaw’s double Michelin Starred restaurant at Port Isaac has just been voted the number one restaurant in the country for 2017.
• Broad entrance hall
• Dining room, drawing room and kitchen
• Study, utility and boot room
• Master bedroom suite
• Two guest suites
• Six further bedrooms
• Large cellar
• Stunning gardens
• Two bedroom lodge house
• Stone coach house
• Heated swimming pool
• Tennis court
• Set in just over 13 acres of gardens and grounds
• 8414 Sq Ft of accommodation
• Port Isaac: 7 Miles
• Wadebridge: 6 Miles
• Polzeath: 10 Miles
• Rock: (St Enodoc Golf Club) 11 Miles
• Padstow: 12 Miles via ferry
• Fowey: 20 Miles
• Truro: 30 Miles
• Newquay Airport: 18 Miles
Telephone: 01872 306 360
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