12th Oct 2018
13th Oct 2018
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
• 3 bedrooms, 1 ensuite, 1 family bathroom
• Open plan living space leading to conservatory and sheltered garden.
• A peaceful location adjoining Duchy land and St Enodoc golf club beyond
• Private, mature gardens to the rear with raised decking area
• A short walk to Rock and Daymer Bay beaches and the local amenities in Rock
• Off road parking for 2 cars
Located in the highly sought-after Brea Road, this detached home is adjacent to Duchy land and just a stone’s throw from St Enodoc golf course. Rarely available, St Petrocs is a few minutes walk to Rock Beach, Daymer Bay and all the village amenities including bakery, butchers, fishmongers, general store and delicatessen. In 2006, the property was completely refurbished including new wiring, new plumbing. Enjoyed as a private second home for the past 15 years, this property would also make an ideal holiday letting property or main residence alike.
The spectacular North Cornish coast greets some of the best surf in Britain and Polzeath, just inside the entrance to the sandy Camel Estuary, is one of the finest surfing beaches in North Cornwall. When tide and weather are against surfing, the River Camel, which runs between Padstow to the west and Rock to the east, produces a wonderful playground for sailors and water sports enthusiasts alike, with regular dinghy and shrimper races organised by the nearby Rock Sailing Club.
The links golf course of St. Enodoc plays host to another sport in a spectacular location between Rock and Polzeath, beside Brea Hill and St.Enodoc Church, resting place of the late Sir John Betjeman which are all moment from St Petrocs.
This is one of Britain’s best loved and most exclusive waterside resorts with activities for all ages. Approximately
6 miles from Rock is the fashionable market town of Wadebridge offering a wide range of independent shops and more extensive facilities. For food lovers, there are a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs including; The St Enodoc Hotel and The Mariners Pub in Rock, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s No. 6 in Padstow.
The ferry and water taxi make travelling to Padstow both enjoyable and easy. Rock has all the facilities required for day-to-day living, including a wide range of grocery and clothing stores. There is a mainline railway station at Bodmin Parkway about 12 miles and regular flights from Newquay Airport to London Gatwick and Stanstead.
• Open plan kitchen and sitting room with sliding doors to the conservatory
• Conservatory, currently used as a dining room, has access onto raised decking and enclosed garden
• Master bedroom with en suite
• Further double bedroom and single bedroom
• Family bathroom
• External utility and storage room
St Petrocs enjoys a private, mature garden which is mostly laid to lawn. A raised decking area and sliding patio doors make this area an open-air extension to the living area and creates the perfect space to enjoy al fresco dining.
Mains electricity, water, drainage, night storage heaters
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