Crackington Haven, Bude


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Tastefully upgraded family home with extensive accommodation and stunning rural and sea views. 5 Bedrooms, 3 receptions and potential for a self-contained annexe. Attractive gardens with terraced patio. Detached timber workshop/studio. EPC Band F. About 0.83 Acres in all.


The property is located on the outskirts of Crackington Haven, which is in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Picturesque Crackington Haven beach, with its popular public house and two beach-side cafes, is only a short drive or a 1 mile walk through a wooded valley. The coastal town of Bude is 10 miles to the North and offers a range of facilities. The A39, the Atlantic Highway, is only 3 miles from the property and allows easy exploring of the rugged Cornish coast. The A30 is accessible at Launceston (15 miles) and links to the Cathedral City of Exeter with its mainline railway station, access to the M5 and International airport.


This charming detached 1920s stone built house, with a colour washed render, has been the subject of considerable expenditure and improvement by the current vendors. The property provides a home of flexible and comfortable accommodation to rent out or to live in.


The extensive accommodation is illustrated on the floorplan overleaf and briefly comprises: Entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor. The triple aspect sitting room has a contemporary wood burning stove and doors leading to the terraced patio which enjoys a westerly aspect and views to the sea. The dining room has a fireplace with wood burner and leads through to the fitted kitchen with a door to the side of the house. A study leads to the inner vestibule with stairs down to the potential self-contained annexe with triple aspect sitting room/bedroom 1, kitchen, bedroom 2, storeroom, surf room and utility/boiler room with door to the outside.

The first floor of the main accommodation offers three good sized bedrooms, one with en suite, each enjoying views over the garden or the wooded valley and sea beyond. The family bathroom comprises bath, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.


A gated entrance leads to the circular driveway which provides ample parking for several vehicles. There is an attractive detached timber frame WORKSHOP/STUDIO with store rooms over, shower room and carport. The secluded private gardens are laid mainly to lawn with a range of mature shrubs, plants and trees with views across the wooded valley setting and sea beyond.


Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Bulk oil-fired central heating. Double glazed. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.


Strictly by appointment with the vendor s appointed agent, Stags.


From the A39 take the B3263 road to Boscastle. At Tresparret Post turn right signposted Crackington Haven. On entering Higher Crackington Haven continue past the Post Office/village store (on your left) and village hall (on your right), taking the right hand turning into Church Park Road. Continue along this lane for approximately 400 yards and the property will be found on the left hand side and identified by the name place. Map Reference: OS Landranger sheet 190:158/961.

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