Cranford is a highly attractive detached home that provides beautifully presented and light filled accommodation configured over two floors. There is an immaculate south-facing garden to the rear of the house and the property benefits from an attached garage space. Cranford is set in an exceptional position with superb views over the North Cornwall coast.
A welcoming entrance hall leads you through to the ground floor accommodation. The main reception room is the spacious drawing room that features a dual aspect including a bay window and a panoramic west-facing window that looks out over the sea. Bi-fold doors connect the drawing room to the kitchen and breakfast room, which has shaker-style units in white to base and wall level that allows for plenty of storage space, as well as modern integrated appliances and space for a breakfast table. A separate utility room towards the rear of the property provides further space for household appliances. The ground floor has an en suite double bedroom that has French doors that open out onto the sunny south-facing rear garden. There is also a sitting room on the ground floor with an adjoining shower room and French doors to the outside. This room could be reconfigured to be used as a further bedroom if required.
Further welcoming accommodation is found on the first floor that is currently used for additional reception space. The family room features skylights on both sides that allow for light-filled accommodation and benefits from an adjoining family bathroom. The family room also provides the opportunity to be used as a further en suite bedroom if required.
Local Authority: Cornwall Council
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating
Council Tax: Band C
Wayleaves and Easements: The property is sold
subject to any wayleaves or easements, whether
mentioned in these particulars or not.
Widemouth Bay is a small village set alongside a wide, open bay and stunning stretch of sandy beach on the dramatic north Cornwall coast. The bay includes a mile-long stretch of beautiful beach that is known as one of the area's top surfing destinations, while the Southwest Coast Path also passes through, providing breathtaking walking, cycling and riding routes along the coast. The popular town of Bude is just three miles away, offering a comprehensive range of amenities including supermarkets, independent shops, pubs, restaurants, a leisure centre and an 18-hole links golf course. The historic town of Launceston, approximately 17 miles away, offers an even greater number of facilities. Communication links are excellent: The A39 Atlantic Highway is about 1.2 miles away, offering an easy link west along the Cornish Coast and east towards Devon.
Cranford enjoys an immaculate south-facing rear garden that includes areas of timber decking that provides ideal space for al fresco dining and entertaining, as well as well-maintained lawn, a shady pergola with a seating area, a shed and a summer house. At the front of the house there is a block-paved driveway providing plenty of parking space and access to the integrated garage space. The front garden has an area of gravel terracing and is bordered by a low stone wall and exotic plants.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.4%||£296,225||2.8||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£164,000 (3)||£199,192 (20)||£374,404 (40)||£501,282 (14)||£1,031,250 (4)|
|Flats||£230,900 (5)||£467,496 (14)||£275,000 (1)||-||£325,000 (1)|
|All||£205,813 (8)||£309,670 (34)||£368,956 (42)||£511,197 (15)||£890,000 (5)|