Situated in this picturesque and quiet Hamlet, a short distance from the North Cornish coastline is this stunning 3 bedroom detached period cottage believed to date back to 1710. The residence offers a blend of original character features with a fantastic modern extension. Extensive mature gardens and woodland total approximately 1.5 acres with ample off road parking and a garage. Internal viewing highly recommended.The property enjoys a most enviable location within the Hamlet of Titson situated on the outskirts of the very attractive and sought after North Cornish village of Marhamchurch . The popular coastal resort of Bude is some 2 miles offering a more comprehensive range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities including its leisure centre and 18 hole Links Golf Course etc. The town itself lies amidst the rugged North Cornish coastline famed for its many nearby areas of outstanding natural beauty and popular bathing beaches supporting a whole host of leisure activities together with many cliff top coastal walks. The bustling market town of Holsworthy lies some 9 miles inland whilst the port and market town of Bideford is some 30 miles in a north easterly direction providing a convenient access to the A39 North Devon Link Road which in turn connects to Barnstaple, Tiverton and the M5 motorway.
From Bude town centre proceed out of the town towards Stratton and turn right into Kings Hill after passing the Bude petrol station on the left hand side. Upon reaching the A39 turn right signposted Camelford, continue for approximately 3 miles and upon reaching the s-bend at Boxes Shop, turn left towards Week St Mary. Proceed for approximately 1.5 miles and turn right and then take the next left. After 1/2 mile take the next right hand turning, proceed down the hill and continue up the hill whereupon Willow Ford will be found on the left hand side.
A spacious and characterful master bedroom with a window to front elevation. A stone feature fireplace houses a wood burning stove. Exposed ceiling beams.
Window and door to side elevation.
Wall mounted power shower, close coupled WC and wash hand basin. Window to side.
A generous sized double bedroom with window to front elevation. Exposed ceiling beams.
Situated off the bedroom with quarry tiled flooring. A fitted suite comprises a roll top bath with claw feet, and central mixer taps with shower attachment. Close coupled WC and wash hand basin. Window to front elevation.
A fantastic characterful room with a cast iron victorian fireplace with a tiled hearth, vaulted ceilings with original exposed 'A' frame beams, with windows to front elevations.
A spacious double bedroom with window to front elevation.
A superb light and airy, triple aspect room with windows to rear and side elevations. A fantastic kitchen comprises base mounted units with solid wood work surfaces over, incorporating an inset 'Belfast' style sink. Plumbing and recess for dishwasher. Space for range style cooker and 'American' style fridge/freezer. A range of free standing units and a kitchen island, provide further storage. Ample space for a large dining room table and chairs and a full living room suite with a wood burning stove. French glazed windows open to side.
A close coupled WC and wash hand basin. Window to rear side elevation.
Steps lead down from the property. Window and door to side elevation. Plumbing and recess for washing machine and tumble dryer. Space for freezer.
Private water supply via a bore hole with a triple filtered water treatment system. Private drainage system within the gardens. Photovoltaic solar panels supplying electricty, alongside a mains elecrtric supply.
The property has ample off road parking to the front with two gravelled laid areas, and a detached timber garage. The grounds total approximately 1.5 acres being a mixture of woodland and formal gardens. The formal garden enjoy complete privacy and seclusion are principally laid to lawn with meandering pathways leading to a timber summerhouse and a concrete base currently housing two timber lodges, with power connected. These would benefit from being replaced, with further potential subject to gaining the neccassery permissions. A paved patio area adjoins the rear of the property, providing an ideal sheltered spot for alfresco dining. A further lane leads from the road through the woodland to the top of the garden.
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|End terrace house||2.4%||£265,600||3.4||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
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