If you are looking for a property like no other then Wych Elm could be the one for you! Set within approximately seven acres in a tranquil setting, this is a truly impressive property on every level. The bungalow itself has been completely renovated and extended by the current owners who have paid the upmost attention to detail right the way through to now provide a chic three double bedroom home that you'll fall in love with the moment you step inside. There is a homely lounge with an eye-catching feature fireplace and an open plan kitchen/dining room with Bi-Fold Doors opening out to the patio. The impressive kitchen is comprehensively fitted to provide a lovely traditional but stylish feel with granite work surfaces, electric range cooker and large island/breakfast bar. This is a stunning but practical space - perfect for family living or entertaining. The outside of Wych Elm is what really sets it apart from anything else on the market. Drive in through the private electric gated entrance where there is parking for multiple vehicles and access to the triple garage and two storey outbuilding/barn. Walk over the bridge to the serene area of land and practice some yoga by one of two stunning lakes, the biggest of which is eighty metres in diameter and home to a family of hand reared ducks! Enjoy a book under a Wych Elm tree or just soak up the calm space and nature around you! If that wasn't enough there is also an award winning glamping site which is approximately two acres in size and accessed via it's own five bar gate from the road where there are five spacious but cosy luxury yurts, a self contained shepherds hut complete with shower room and kitchenette and lovingly restored and converted horsebox which hold the showers, toilets and washing up area. If glamping isn't your thing then this field would also be a suitable paddock for keeping animals. Wych Elm offers the whole package for anyone looking to live the Cornish dream!
Wych Elm is situated to the West of Coverack in the hamlet of Ponsongath. Coverack itself is a stunning traditional coastal fishing village. Nestled in a sheltered cove on the Eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula, there is a crescent shaped beach offering access to crystal clear waters perfect for swimming, kyacking and paddle boarding. The heart of the village is the traditional fishing harbour constructed in 1724 from local serpentine and still home to working fishing boats bringing in the catch on a daily basis. The old Lifeboat House now offers fish and chips that can be enjoyed on the harbour and The Paris Hotel offers a great range of food and drinks, there are also a variety of small cafe's, restaurants and shops as well as a Primary School. Gazing down onto the bay below is the pretty 19th-century church of St Peter which is almost chapel-like in appearance and has a pulpit made of the famous local serpentine stone. The beautiful coastline of The Lizard Peninsula stretches out in both directions from Coverack making it a great starting point for a coastal walk.
Wych Elm is accessed via an electric gated entrance where there is parking for multiple vehicles on the driveway and access to the two storey triple garage. Behind the garage there is an additional outbuilding/workshop and a bridge leading to the land where there are two stunning lakes, the biggest of which is eighty metres in diameter. There is also a glamping field which is approximately two acres in size and accessed via it's own five bar gate from the road where there are five spacious but cosy luxury yurts, a shepherds hut and lovingly restored and converted horsebox which hold the showers, toilets and washing up area. If glamping isn't your thing then this field would also be a suitable paddock for keeping animals.
Wych Elm benefits from a highly impressive outbuilding which is currently home to the all essential ride on lawn mower and provides vast additional workshop space. The upstairs has been loosely divided into four rooms and benefits from having electrics and plumbing connected.
The triple garage has electric doors, space for rooms out the back and the potential to be converted into an annex or holiday let to include two rooms and a bathroom upstairs (subject to change of use and planning permission).
Each yurt has a wood burning stove, double bed and a double day bed, low table, shelves, fairy lights, coat hooks, cutlery, crockery and glasses. Electric lighting & sockets
Outside is a firepit with a tripod over the top for cooking and a bench table for dining.
Mains electricity and water, oil fired central heating and private drainage.
Prospective purchasers should be aware that the sellers of this property are retaining a thirty metre strip of land to the top of the glamping field.
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Before agreeing a sale, we will require proof of your financial ability to purchase. Again, we ask for your cooperation on this matter to avoid any unnecessary delays in agreeing a sale and we will inform you of what we require prior to agreeing a sale.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£332,000 (5)||£354,231 (13)||£795,585 (17)||£418,750 (4)|
|Flats||£235,000 (1)||-||£245,000 (2)||£225,000 (1)||-|
|All||£235,000 (1)||£332,000 (5)||£325,625 (16)||£763,886 (18)||£418,750 (4)|