- Stunning Water Views
- Sought After Location
- Garage & Parking
- Gardens & Outbuilding
- Lots of Potential
Total Size: 114 Sqft Tenure: Freehold Energy Rating: D
This semi-detached property is situated in an elevated position, overlooking the Camel Estuary with far reaching water views to Rock and Porthilly. Most aspects of the house enjoy these superb views which stretch to the mouth of the estuary. Set in a most sought after location, the property is suited for either residential or holiday use, the town centre and harbour is within a short walk.
Outside the property features an outbuilding and detached garage, plus ample parking on the driveway at the front. To the rear are private gardens.
Internally the property will benefit from a cosmetic refurbishment. The rooms are all a good size and there is a staircase in situ leading to the second-floor room which would make a stunning third bedroom. (subject to the requisite building regulation approval).
Note that the original footprint of this property was as three-bedrooms. The sellers opened two of the bedrooms into one room with en-suite.
Front door to;
Stairs to first floor, radiator, ceiling light, understairs cupboard housing central heating boiler.
4.60m (max) x 3.63m Double glazed bay window to the front with views to the estuary, ceiling light, radiator, two wall lights, stone fireplace with wood mantel extending to shelving (boarded up). Open plan to;
4.01m x 2.85m. Sliding doors to the rear garden, radiator, ceiling light.
5.81m x 2.70m A range of base & wall units incorporating a stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink unit with mixer tap, radiator, ceiling light, strip light, window to the side with estuary views, window to the rear, part glazed door to the rear, plumbing for automatic washing machine, plumbing for automatic dishwasher, part tiled walls.
Stairs to first floor;
Double glazed window to the side with views over the estuary, doors to;
5.35m x 2.80m Double glazed bay window to the front, further double-glazed window to the front, sliding door to the balcony at the side, all with estuary views. Two radiators, ceiling light. Note that this bedroom is the result of two smaller bedrooms being made into one. Reinstatement to two separate rooms will be relatively straightforward.
4.03m x 3.49m Door to the bathroom, double glazed window to the rear, radiator, built in corner wardrobes.
Shower enclosure, part tiled walls, low level WC, heated towel rail, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, window to the rear.
4.45m x 2.20m plus 2.20m x 225m Comprising a bathroom and living/bedroom. In a state of disrepair.
The rear garden is separated into two sections with an established hedge divider; lawned area with path between gives access to a hardstanding area with timber shed and gate to the lane at the rear.
COUNCIL TAX RATES
Red brick construction, cavity wall, pitched roof (no insulation) fully double glazed.
Gas boiler and radiators.
MOBILE PHONE COVERAGE
Full coverage voice and data
Parking on the driveway for two vehicles.
RIGHTS & EASEMENTS
The owner of the garage which borders the rear garden has a right to access the back of the garden to the rear of their garage for maintenance purposes.
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Padstow is a striking harbour town and a highly desirable destination in the West Country of England. It remains a working fishing port surrounded by a coastline of outstanding natural beauty. Padstow’s pretty pubs, foodie hotspots, wine bars, art galleries, boutiques and more are laced with quintessential Celtic charm. Padstow’s popularity has boomed over the last decade and on arrival in this special coastal town it’s very easy to see why. Padstow is uniquely quaint, chic, bohemian and rugged all at the same time and has everything you could possibly wish for
- A pleasant walk to the beautiful sandy beach at St George’s Well & Tregirls
- 2 miles to Trevone beach
- Close proximity to Treyarnon, Watergate, Harlyn and Constantine
- A 5-minute ferry ride across the estuary to Rock
- Bus links available within a 5 minute walk
- 9 miles to Newquay Airport
- 19 miles to Bodmin Parkway Train Station
- Restaurants, pubs, shops all on your doorstep
- 10 minute walk to the local supermarket
- 5 minute walk to Padstow Primary School
- 8 miles to Wadebridge Secondary School
- 5 minute walk to Padstow Doctors Surgery
- 14 miles to Bodmin Hospital
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