Reception Rooms: 2 | Bedrooms: 5 | Bathrooms: 3
Modern house set at the end of a long driveway within circa 3.7 acres of grounds on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Blisland, where it meets the spectacular Bodmin Moor.
The long private driveway sets the scene perfectly for its more private location and also provides views over its land and to the countryside beyond as you approach the house.
The house was built for our clients in the mid 1980’s and would now benefit from redecoration and updating throughout but due to its delightful setting, the size of the plot, its amazing backdrop and the southerly views it enjoys, these combine to offer immense scope for the extension and remodelling of the present accommodation, which overall would make a fabulous and very exciting property.
The driveway continues beyond the house to two very useful outbuildings located on the eastern side of the land. The largest is a 50’ x 26’ double height block and corrugated built barn that provides excellent storage and potential for a multitude of purposes. There is also a single storey stone built outbuilding, measuring just over 33’ divided in to two areas formerly used by our clients as stables.
The house faces in a more southerly direction overlooking its gardens and grounds, which gently slope down to the southerly boundary. Immediately outside of the house is a large patio and the gardens are laid to lawn with a variety small trees interspersed.
The land is accessed via two 5 bar gates, one is just inside the entrance to the property and the other from the main garden area. The main area is a large field sloping in a southerly direction. A mature hedge separates the field from a smaller area on the south eastern side, which is also laid to grass with a variety of mature trees.
Wainhouse Meadow sits on the edge of Bodmin Moor, just outside of the highly sought after village of Blisland. This picturesque village is is centred around a delightful village green, with many pretty granite houses overlooking and the excellent Blisland Inn too. The village also benefits from a primary school and has a recently built community store that includes a shop, cafe and post office.
The surrounding moorland and North Cornwall area in general offers numerous lifestyle opportunities including walking, cycling and horse riding. The Camel Trail cycle path is accessible just outside Blisland at Tresarrett, leading to Wenford Bridge in one direction and Helland Bridge and Dunmere in the opposite. At Dunmere the trail links to Wadebridge and Padstow, making for fabulous days out.
The popular market town of Wadebridge is just 10 miles driving distance, offering an excellent array of individual shops. Bodmin is only 5 miles and offers a wide selection of supermarkets and shopping facilities. The coastal village of Port Isaac is around 11 miles distance, where the culinary delights of Nathan Outlaw’s award winning restaurant is located. Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth’s restaurants are also accessible at Padstow and Rock. The championship golf courses of St Enodoc and Trevose are also on opposing sides of the spectacular Camel Estuary at Rock and Padstow respectively.
Blisland Village: 1 Mile • St Tudy: 3.5 Miles • St Mabyn: 4 Miles • A30 Trunk Road: 2 Miles • Bodmin Parkway Railway Station: 8 Miles • Bodmin: 5 Miles • Wadebridge: 10 Miles • Port Isaac: 10.5 Miles Rock: 13.5 Miles • Padstow: 16.5 Miles • Newquay Airport: 21.5 Miles
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Telephone: 01872 306 360
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