9th Oct 2020
11th Dec 2020
- Type: Detached house
- Bedrooms: 3
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
Seacroft has been fully converted by the current owners in 2016, into a reversed level accommodation with an open plan living area on the first floor. One end has a wood burner and seating area which looks out through French doors and glazed panels to the glazed balcony and down across a field to Port Isaac Bay. Due to the land dropping away below the property and down to the sea the view is very well protected especially as it is an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty.
The other end of the living room has a kitchen set along one wall so it also looks out to the view and there is plenty of room for a dining table. Here there is a picture window with apex window above that also frames the stunning view and there is a built in window seat (with additional storage) from which to enjoy the view.The kitchen has integrated dish washer and fridge with oven and hob built in.
The living area is very light with 4 Fakro roof lights.There is additional storage built into the eaves. The high quality engineered oak flooring is complemented by the oak staircase and polished slate window sills. On the ground floor the front door brings you into the entrance lobby where there is an automatic light and plenty of built in storage. This houses plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer while the other side houses a fridge freezer. An internal door gives access into the main hallway which leads to the bathroom and three bedrooms. The bathroom has an electric shower over the bath, heated towel rail, vanity unit, led spot lights and a tiled floor.
Bedroom three is set up as a twin room and has a glazed door to the front garden with adjacent side window. Bedroom 2 is set as a double room with French doors out to the rear elevated terrace and has stunning views from the bed. Across the hall from Bedroom 2 is bedroom 1 with an ensuite shower room. The ensuite has a thermostatic shower and heated towel rail with attractive designer hand basin and a WC.
The back door leads out to a small porch and onto the rear terrace. This is elevated from the lawned rear garden and has log stores out of sight at the end of the terrace. At the bottom of the garden is a grass track that leads to Lundy Road and this would have been the original access. However the easier access is now via Hartland road which was not in existance when Seacroft was originally built! There is parking for numerous vehicles to the front of the property as well as a lawn that houses a buried Gas tank for the central heating.
New fencing is going in to clearly define the boundaries.
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