Description The land that the bungalow is situated on is considered an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty being Heritage Coast and an area of great scientific value. This desirable detached residence is located to the south west of Dizzard Point at Millook, being only one mile from the beach. The bungalow residence offers two double bedrooms, one with en suite together with generous sized accommodation and garden room enjoying magnificent breathtaking sea views where hours can be lost just relaxing and taking in the surrounding scenery. Set within its own gardens, together with driveway providing ample parking for at least three vehicles or boat/caravan, the gardens enjoy superb views not only of the coast but also across the valley beyond owned by the Woodland Trust and even Dartmoor in the distance.
Having lived at the property for 14 years the current vendors have carried out considerable improvements including; completely re-building the original residence and now providing an adaptable light and airy Bungalow being oil fired centrally heated and double glazed with stylish upvc sash slide and tilt windows. The vendors have taken considerable care to keep the property in keeping with its original construction and the sash windows reflect the original character, creating a characterful appearance externally and internally.
A perfect retreat for anyone wishing to escape hustle and bustle of busy life, who wants to enjoy the sanctuary of this magnificent property, watching changing seasons over superb countryside, valley, woodland and of course sea views. Many local walks and access to a little known private beach are all part of the attraction that draws you to "Lundy View".
Location Set in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and within walking distance of breathtaking coastal walks along the rugged coastline, with access to a little known secluded beach also. There is a picturesque walk through Stunted Oak woods owned by the Woodland Trust, taking you to Dizzard Point, meandering along a stream down to Millook beach. The property is only one mile from the peaceful Millook beach and three and half miles to Crackington Haven. At Crackington Haven you will find a public house, two cafes and a sandy beach. Beaches such as Widemouth Bay, Summerleaze and Crooklets are also within a short drive.
The A39 'Atlantic Highway' with good access North up to Bude and South further on into Cornwall is approximately 4 miles. The seaside town of Bude offers extensive sandy beaches, sea pool, canal, sports centre, 18-hole links golf course, supermarkets, restaurants and a range of other shopping facilities. A 35 minute drive (21 miles) to Launceston gives access to the A30 dual carriageway and motorway network links.
Accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate)
gabled entrance porch With attractive tiled floor. Partly glazed front door.
Entrance hall 12' 0" x 4' 11" (3.67m x 1.50m) Radiator. Cloaks cupboard. Further large built-in cupboard with shelving and housing Worcester oil fired boiler. Doors to lounge/dining room and kitchen/breakfast room.
Kitchen/breakfast room 11' 10" x 9' 8" (3.61m x 2.95m) With glazed French doors into lounge/dining room. Attractive range of light oak shaker style units incorporating a Belfast sink and mixer tap. Attractive upvc sash windows to front. Roll edged work surfaces incorporating a Dual Fuel Range Master electric five ring oven with gas hob. Extractor hood above. Tiled splashbacking to walls. Upvc sash window to side. Glazed units to one wall. Space for large fridge/freezer. Integated dishwasher. Vinyl floor.
Lounge/dining room 20' 7" x 15' 3" (6.28m x 4.66m) With attractive upvc double glazed sash windows to front and side. Superb double aspect room. Two radiators. Attractive open fireplace with slate hearth. This room opens up into the garden room with upvc double glazed French doors.
Garden room 10' 6" x 10' 2" (3.22m x 3.11m) Being half glazed with French doors to rear garden. This room is undoubtedly the favourite room of the property taking in the breathtaking surrounding views over rolling fields, the woodland valley and Dartmoor in the distance, not to mention the spectacular sea and coastal views. Attractive ceiling fan.
Rear hall With doors to bedrooms and door to rear incorporating a built-in utility cupboard with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Electric fuse board. Radiator. Access to insulated and boarded loft space with ladder and light.
Master bedroom 11' 6" x 12' 1" (3.52m x 3.70m) With upvc double glazed window to rear enjoying superb valley views and garden views. Radiator. Door to:-
en suite shower room Large recessed shower with Aqualiser power shower and glazed door. Fully tiled walls and tiled floor. Low level W.C. Vanity wash basin with cupboard unit below. Mirror above. Extractor fan.
Bedroom 2 12' 1" x 11' 5" (3.70m x 3.49m) Window to rear enjoying views over the garden and countryside beyond. Radiator.
Luxury bathroom With fully tiled walls and modern large panelled bath with Aqualiser power shower over and glazed screen. Low level W.C. And pedestal wash hand basin with mirrored cabinet above. Square paned double glazed window to side. Chrome heated towel rail.
Outside The property is approached through a five bar timber gate and gives access to a tarmacadam driveway providing ample parking for two to three vehicles and/or boat/caravan. There are attractive bank borders to the front with concrete paths surrounding the property and crazy paved patio area adjacent to the garden room. Cupboard unit with louvered doors and slate top housing calor gas bottles for cooking. Further flower beds and borders with mature hedge to side leading to the rear garden which is extensively laid to lawn bordered by mature flower beds and borders, raised vegetable beds, various mature shrubs, trees and hedgerows. Oil storage tank. Timber potting shed. Enjoying superb views over the valley and woodland below. At the bottom of the rear garden is a:-
detached block workshop/outbuilding 18' 4" x 10' 5" (5.61m x 3.19m) With corrugated roof providing large workshop space with timber door. Chicken frame with chicken coop. Rear composting area and fruit trees. Around the garden room is a delightful crazy paved patio area where you can sit a chair and enjoy the breathtaking views of the coast and sea beyond come rain or shine.
Services Mains water, electricity and private drainage to septic tank.
Agents note Council tax band C
Local Authority Cornwall Council
directions From Bude, follow the A39 towards Wadebridge and pass through Box's Shop and take the second turning to Widemouth Bay. Follow this road until you reach Widemouth Manor Hotel, turn left signposted to Millook. Continue along this road down into Millook itself and then up the steep hill the other side. Continue for approximately 1 mile and the property will be found on the left hand side with name plate displayed.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.8%||£293,990||3||2|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£178,750 (4)||£188,891 (30)||£299,228 (56)||£476,788 (34)||£569,657 (15)|
|Flats||£116,421 (7)||£183,557 (7)||£400,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£139,086 (11)||£187,882 (37)||£301,696 (60)||£476,788 (34)||£569,657 (15)|