Tucked away, on the outskirts of Wadebridge town centre, lies this exceptionally handsome, Grade II listed period property set within its own formal gardens.
Dating back in part to the 18th century, it is currently arranged as hotel accommodation comprising of 17 en suited bedrooms. It has potential for owners' accommodation, which could be separated off from the main house. The rest of the premises comprises of, in brief, 2 reception lounges, a large commercial kitchen and formal dining area.
Externally is a car park for up to a dozen vehicles, patio areas immediately surrounding the property and further formal gardens borded by an array of mature trees and hedges.
The property is entered through a solid wooden front door into a spacious reception hall. From the hall, lie two waiting lounges, the easterly of the two enjoying a feature firplace as well as large, front aspect bay window looking out onto the formal garden. The west lounge enjoys two large full length, front aspect windows as well as a beautiful, original fireplace with clome oven. Whilst the commercial kitchen can be located from the hall, the kitchen also leads into the rear hallway. The rear hallway has direct access to the formal dining room, a large bright room with doors flowing out onto the outside patio. From the hallway, there is currently access to three more bedrooms and office space. This area could be completely cut off from the main house as it has its own external access and is away from other guest house bedrooms. The east and west wings host four bedrooms en suited with wet rooms.
The main staircase is centrally located within the main house and leads up to the first floor landing where the further ten bedrooms, all with en suited shower rooms can be located. There are also multiple storage cupboards and a fire exit to this level.Wadebridge town is only a short walk away with its pedestrianised centre, where shopping is still a pleasure. A range of national retailers sit alongside an eclectic mix of local independent shops and a selection of cafés, pubs and restaurants plus an array of supermarkets at the top of West Hill.
Wadebridge is the perfect place from which to explore the North Cornish countryside as well as being the gateway to the beautiful scenery and stunning beaches of Rock and Polzeath. The famous Camel Trail, a walk and cycle path that has replaced the old railway tracks from Bodmin to Padstow, runs through the town. You'll find attractive scenery and plenty of wildlife to be enjoyed along this riverside trail, a very pleasant, traffic free way to walk or cycle to Padstow and the coast, or inland through wooded valleys to Bodmin and the moor.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.7%||£261,250||2.6||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£362,290 (5)||£201,542 (34)||£421,072 (60)||£530,217 (45)||£643,069 (13)|
|Flats||£123,800 (15)||£265,717 (18)||£545,000 (2)||-||£695,000 (1)|
|All||£183,422 (20)||£221,186 (53)||£419,909 (63)||£512,954 (49)||£646,779 (14)|