Jacobstow, Bude, Cornwall, EX23

£525,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A charming detached cottage in popular rural location with a separate barn conversion, set amongst beautifully presented landscaped gardens. 3 Bedrooms, kitchen, 2 receptions, bathroom & cloakroom. Detached barn conversion, gardens, stone store & parking. Income potential. No onward chain. EPC Band F.

SITUATION

The property enjoys a private and peaceful location, 2.5 miles outside the village of Jacobstow with its primary school, village hall and place of worship. Wainhouse Corner, on the A39 Atlantic Highway, is approximately 2.5 miles away with a petrol filling station, public house and post office/general store. 5.5 miles away is the coastal village of Crackington Haven. The coastal town of Bude is 10 miles north with extensive range of day to day facilities, sandy beaches, sports clubs and golf course. Launceston is 12 miles away which gives access to the A30 trunk road.

DESCRIPTION

A unique opportunity to acquire a detached cottage, boasting a wealth of character features along with a detached barn conversion, all set amongst landscaped gardens of 0.4 acres.

ACCOMMODATION

The property briefly comprises: an entrance porch into the hall with doors off to the dining room and sitting room, which has a beamed ceiling and flagstone flooring. The inner hall has stairs to the first floor and a door through to a utility/WC. The kitchen has double doors out to the garden, a range of wall mounted cupboards, base units and drawers with a built-in cooker, hob, inset sink, integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge. The dining room has a beamed ceiling, wood burning stove and a door to the entrance hall. The first floor offers a bathroom and 3 bedrooms with the master being of a generous size with adjacent dressing room.

THE BARN

The barn conversion offers excellent scope to develop further, subject to the necessary consents. The accommodation currently offers, on the ground floor, an open plan living area and kitchen with doors to a shower room and utility room with a range of cupboards, one housing the boiler. There is also a store room/workshop with door to the garden. The first floor is accessed via an external set of stairs leading to a decked terrace area. Double doors open into a light and airy studio/reception room. A further room could be used as a hobby room with an adjacent shower room.

OUTSIDE

The property is approached from the lane by a private drive leading to the parking are. The gardens are landscaped with a range of trees, shrubs and plants, along with a feature well, a detached stone store, a summer house, ornamental pond and decked terrace area. To the rear of the cottage there is a garden which is laid to lawn with a greenhouse. To the rear of The Barn there is a raised area of lawn with a shed.

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. LPG supplied heating to the cottage. Oil fired central heating to The Barn. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.

DIRECTIONS

From Launceston head west on the A30 towards Bodmin taking the Kennards House exit to join the A395 towards Camelford. After approximately 7.5 miles, in the hamlet of Hallworthy, take the1st right turning past Hallworthy market towards Warbstow/Canworthy Water continue along this road for 4 miles and in Canworthy Water just over the bridge, take the left hand turning signposted Week St Mary. After 1.3 miles take a left turning signposted Hendra, take the first left, and as the road forks, bear right. The property will be found on your left.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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