26th Oct 2020
9th Mar 2021
- Type: Bungalow
- Bedrooms: 3
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
7 Little Dinas is a spacious link detached three bedroom bungalow enjoying far reaching views to the Camel Estuary from the rear garden and is located in a quiet cul-de-sac within a two minute level walk from the Camel Trail and the Estuary and an approximate ten minute walk to the centre of Padstow.
The property benefits from gas fired central heating and sealed unit aluminium double glazing. 7 Little Dinas has been extended to provide a useful utility/shower room which is complemented by a dining room with patio doors overlooking the patio and there is access to the spacious integral garage.
The property is approached via a brick paved driveway which leads to double piggy back garage. Located to the front of the property is an attractive well stocked lawned garden from which can be enjoyed delightful views to the monument and open countryside.
Located to the rear of the property is an attractive patio area with steps leading to tiered lawned garden. From the upper tier can be enjoyed far reaching views to the Camel Estuary. Located within the garden is an attractive summer house whilst located to the rear of the garage is a block and timber store.
A path leads from the front of the property via garden gate to the rear garden.
The property would benefit from a scheme of modernisation.
Viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate the peaceful location this property has to offer, the property would be ideal as a permanent home or holiday with the potential of commending substantial rental income.
Padstow has a long and ancient maritime history, the harbour being nestled in to the west-side of the Camel Estuary offering protection from the prevailing south-westerly winds. The town boasts a labyrinth of crooked streets sloping down to the harbour where many fine medieval buildings can be found including the 15th century Abbey House on North Quay and the 16th century Court House of Sir Walter Raleigh on the South Quay.
The surrounding coastline and countryside has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty with many of North Cornwall's finest sandy beaches within a five mile radius.
Sailing and Watersports the Camel Estuary is a well established centre for watersports, including sailing and water skiing, boat charters are available from Padstow and craft can be moored in Padstow or launched from the Padstow Harbour Commissioners' Slipway.
Restaurants Padstow offers an excellent range of restaurants the Michelin starred restaurant of Paul Ainsworth's No. 6 and Rick Stein's renowned Seafood Restaurant both within a 5 minute walk; with many other restaurants and public houses offering excellent fare.
Leisure & Golf The famous surfing beaches of Newquay, Polzeath and Constantine Bay are only a short drive away. The Trevose Golf and Country Club is located within approximately 3 miles, the course was bestowed with the honour of hosting the Amateur Brabazon Strokeplay Championship, bearing testament to the course's excellent credentials. The course also offers excellent tennis courts and swimming pool.
Travel by Road Connections are good with the A30 dual carriageway at Bodmin only 12 miles away which provides access to the national motorway network at Exeter.
Travel by train Bodmin Parkway station approximately 25 miles distant offers regular links direct to London Paddington.
Travel by air Newquay Airport is approximately 25 minutes (8 miles) and offers a number of national and international flights via London Gatwick which is approximately a one hour flight.
Local Authority Cornwall County Council, County Hall, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY. Telephone: Accommodation with all measurements being approximate:
UPVC front entrance door into:
entrance porch - 5' 0" x 4' 1" (1.52m x 1.24m) With polycarbonate roof, inner door into:
Hallway - 18' 0" x 3' 8" (5.49m x 1.12m) plus 5' 0" x 3' 0" (1.52m x 0.91m) Central heating radiator, two ceiling lights, store cupboard, door from the hallway provides access to:
Living room - 15' 1" x 13' 2" (4.60m x 4.01m) Impressive floor to ceiling picture window perfectly framing the delightful south facing views to the monument and surrounding countryside. Built-in fireplace with inset gas fire, central heating radiator, centre ceiling light, television point, power points, door to:
Inner hallway - Built-in cupboard housing factory lagged copper cylindrical hot water tank, central heating timing controls, slatted shelving, doors radiating to:
Bedroom one - 10' 11" x 10' 8" (3.33m x 3.25m) Single aspect room enjoying delightful views to the monument and surrounding countryside. Central heating radiator, power point, centre ceiling light.
Bedroom three - 9' 2" x 7' 6" (2.79m x 2.29m) Single aspect room enjoying far reaching views to the monument and surrounding countryside. Central heating radiator, power point, centre ceiling light
family bathroom - 6' 4" x 6' 1" (1.93m x 1.85m) Single aspect room, panelled bath with hand shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, central heating radiator, centre ceiling light, fully tiled walls.
Bedroom two - 11' 5" x 8' 0" (3.48m x 2.44m) plus wardrobe depth 5' 7" x 2' 0" (1.70m x 0.61m) Single aspect room overlooking rear patio and garden. Central heating radiator, power point, centre ceiling light, built-in mirror fronted wardrobes.
Kitchen - 20' 2" x 7' 10" (6.15m x 2.39m) Single aspect room with door providing access to rear patio and garden. Built-in Hotpoint electric oven and grill, built-in four ring induction hob with extractor hood over, stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink, further range of base and wall units with laminated worksurface over, louvre fronted cupboard with shelving, breakfast bar, telephone point, recessed ceiling lights, spotlight track.
Returning to the hallway - Doors radiate to:
Utility room/shower room - 9' 0" x 6' 0" Max (2.74m x 1.83m) Single aspect room with obscure glazed high level window. Built-in shower cubicle with bi-fold doors, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, space and plumbing for washing machine, central heating radiator, electric wall heater, light/shaver point.
Dining room - 14' 4" x 12' 1" (4.37m x 3.68m) Single aspect room with sliding patio doors providing access to rear patio from which can be enjoyed views from the patio to the Camel Estuary. Cornish stone mock fireplace with gas point, central heating radiator, power points, centre ceiling light.
Door from hallway provides access to:
Double piggy back garage - 23' 0" x 8' 0" (7.01m x 2.44m) plus 14' 5" x 12' 10" (4.39m x 3.91m) Window to end elevation, gas point, power and light, metal up and over door to front, located within the garage is the consumer unit, electricity meter and gas meter.
Located to the front of the property is a brick paved driveway which leads to the garage.
Parking - For one vehicle in front of the garage.
Front garden - Mature gardens are laid mainly to lawn with well established mature flower and shrub borders.
A path runs to the side of the property and leads to:
Rear patio and garden
Two tiered paved patio with steps leading to first tier of lawned garden with mature flower and shrub borders. From the upper part of the first tier and the second tier there can be enjoyed magnificent views to the Camel Estuary and Brae Hill. Further steps lead to a top tier.
Located to the rear of the garage is an attached garden store built of part block and part timber construction measuring 9' 9" x 5' 9" (2.97m x 1.75m) The garden store is surmounted by a pitched roof.
Services - Mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage, mains gas.
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