22nd Sep 2020
30th Sep 2020
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
A wonderful opportunity to secure this single storey dwelling set in a generous and well located plot just minutes from the village of Rock and within easy access of the beach at Daymer Bay and coastal footpaths. The property provides an exciting redevelopment opportunity subject to the necessary planning permissions. EPC Band F
best and final bids to be submitted by 10 am Monday 5th October 2020.
• Good size plot in all about 0.32 acres (0.12 ha)
• Opportunity to create a detached dwelling subject to necessary consents
• Fabulous views across St Enodoc Golf Course towards the Camel Estuary
• Superb location with mature garden and hedging providing excellent privacy
• Cornish unit construction type means this property is not mortgageable
Front Porch | Hallway | Sitting room | Kitchen with door to rear garden | Dining room and conservatory with views of the front garden | Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom | Bedroom two with dual aspect windows | Shower room | Bedroom three
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil fired heating and storage heaters.
View the EPC report here
Trees is approached via a long driveway off Trewint Lane that leads to a long tandem garage/ storeroom with a small turning area. A gate provides access to the enclosed front garden with a small pond and patio area. To the rear there is a vegetable plot, greenhouse and sheds. The property is surrounded by mature shrubs and trees.
Trees is ideally suited for those who wish to enjoy the benefits of coastal living. Rock offers a good selection of shops, while the market town of Wadebridge provides larger supermarkets. The Camel Estuary produces a wonderful playground for sailors and water sports enthusiasts alike. The nearby links golf course of St. Enodoc is set in a spectacular location between Rock and Polzeath. For food lovers, there are a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs nearby including; The St Enodoc Hotel, Paul Ainsworth’s Mariners Pub in Rock, Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and another Paul Ainsworth’s, No. 6 in Padstow. The well-known Sharps Brewery is also close by.
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