Reception Rooms: 1 | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 3
A very spacious and virtually new non estate 4/5 bedroom detached house located on the westerly side of the highly sought after village of St Mabyn, within easy walking distance of the villages many excellent amenities. The property has been constructed and finished to a superb level throughout with stylish contemporary design features both inside and out as well as high specification kitchen, bathrooms, windows and doors and appealing creature comforts such as under floor heating to the ground floor and a wood burner in the excellent sitting room.
The good sized rear gardens are southerly facing and laid to lawn as well as having a covered full width patio area immediately accessible from the lounge and kitchen diner. The house is approached from the front via a large brick paved parking area that leads to an integral double garage and the front entrance door.
A house of this proportion and scale, in such a desirable village and also within only approximately 6 miles of the fabulous beaches and coast of North Cornwall is a very rare opportunity indeed.
St Mabyn is one of the most picturesque villages in North Cornwall. Surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, this idyllic village is just 4 miles from the highly sought-after town of Wadebridge and 6 miles inland from the stunning North Cornwall coastline.
The excellent facilities within the village are all within easy walking distance of the property and includes a primary school, village store and post office, the St Mabyn Inn and the beautiful village church.
As well as the St Mabyn Inn, the North Cornwall area in general is exceptionally well served by many delightful pubs and restaurants, with the renowned St Tudy Inn located in the neighbouring village and the St Kew Inn being just a short drive away too. For the foodie, Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth have award winning restaurants in Padstow and Nathan Outlaw’s double Michelin Starred restaurant at Port Isaac has been voted the number one restaurant in the country multiple times.
The nearby town of Wadebridge offers an excellent range of shops, restaurants, sports clubs and facilities, primary and secondary schooling. The spectacular Camel Estuary meanders its way through Wadebridge with the Camel Trail cycle path running along its banks, leading downstream to Padstow where the the estuary meets the Atlantic Ocean. On the opposite side of the estuary is Rock, renowned for its sailing club and access to the water sports activities on the estuary. There are many excellent golf courses in the area too, with the two championship courses at St Enodoc at Rock and Trevose at Constantine Bay being the nearest and also among the best links courses in the country.
Mains electricity and water. LPG gas central heating. Private drainage.
Telephone: 01872 306 360
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