Summary

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• 2 Bedrooms

• 2 Reception Rooms

• Spacious Kitchen/Breakfast Room

• Level Garden

• No Onward Purchase

• Stunning Views to Rough Tor

• EPC Band E

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Description

A well presented, semi-detached cottage believed to have been built in the late 1800s with a modern extension at the rear. The following comfortable accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan and briefly comprises: entrance vestibule with coat hook space and stairs rising to first floor. Doors into a second lounge/study/bedroom 3 with understairs storage and a lounge with an attractive stone fireplace housing a multi-fuel burner. Opening into the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted base and wall units, inset hob with oven under and extractor over, inset single drainer sink with picture window above enjoying views over the garden to farmland beyond, space for dishwasher and space for upright fridge/freezer. Door to the utility/rear lobby with space and plumbing for washing machine, doors to the rear garden and doors to side passage with pedestrian gate to the front of the property. From the kitchen, a door leads to an inner lobby with cupboard and a door to the bathroom with panel enclosed bath, walk-in shower, sink and WC. To the first floor there is a half landing with a window enjoying views over the rear garden towards Rough Tor. Steps either side of the landing lead to the bedrooms.

Situation

Set in the heart of the village of Delabole which has a convenience store catering for day to day needs, primary school, fish & chip shop, two pubs, doctors' surgery and access to some fabulous local walks, including the nearby coastal beauty spot of Trebarwith Strand. The coastal villages of Polzeath (9 miles), Port Isaac (6 miles) and Tintagel (4 miles) are all within reach. The former market town of Camelford is 4 miles distant with supermarket, doctors’ surgery, vetinary surgery, secondary school education and a range of shops and boutiques. At Camelford there is access to the A39, the Atlantic Highway, providing easy access to explore the majestic North Cornish coast, with its extensive sandy beaches and cliff walks.

Outside

The rear garden is an undoubted feature of the property with a gravelled area, decorative stone patio (ideal for al fresco dining) and lawn with stunning views over farmland to Rough Tor and Bodmin Moor beyond. Timber shed and partially completed decking area. Outside tap.

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Property Reference:
DJR502
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