- Grade II listed
- Oozes charm and character
- Hand cut oak flooring
- Off road parking
- Spacious internal living
***GUIDE PRICE £300,000-£325,000***
LeGrys Bespoke are thrilled to bring to the market this wonderful grade II listed 3 bedroom character property seeping with history. This spacious property within walking distance to the heart of the town oozes charm, within its large open space kitchen diner it boasts slate flooring and a 1920s original fireplace, to the rear of the kitchen there is a sun room which is used as a breakfast room and is full of light. The living space boasts character low ceilings, stunning bay window and a log burner. Bedroom 3 has original hand cut oak flooring and a superb feature wall of exposed Cornish stone. Bedroom 2 also boasts original hand cut oak flooring with a deep windowsill and former fireplace feature. The spacious master bedroom is completed with 2 sash windows overlooking the rear garden. The family bathroom comprises of a shower cubicle and panelled bath. The property benefits from a laid to lawn front garden, to the rear of the property there is off road parking and a easy to manage garden space
This property makes up part of the former manse for the old chapel further to its history it was the birthplace of the British Methodist missionary to China, Sam Pollard. His tomb is now declared a national monument in China.
It is a must view property to appreciate the character and charm. Access to the property is found in a cul de sac to the rear down Sunnyside meadows. Camelford sits just of the North Cornwall coast with a 10 minute drive to the popular villages of Tintagel and Boscastle and the beautiful beaches of Bossiney and Trebarwith Strand. The stunning landscape of Roughtor, Brown Willy and Crowdy Reservoir are in the surrounding area perfect for dog walks, walking or riding. Camelford also has primary and secondary education centres.