- Stunning Grade II Listed Property
- Beautiful Period Features
- Beautifully presented family home
- Historical Importance
- Prime Position In Town
LeGrys Bespoke are excited to bring to Market this beautifully restored Grade II* Listed 4 Storey,17th Century Property in the heart of Camelford.
This striking town house has a stately and imposing feel & has been sympathetically brought back to life by the current owners. Its origins are 17th Century with 20th Century alterations and it is one of only a few Landmark Buildings that are significant in Camelford's History.
The front door is suitably impressive in size and leads to a light and open hallway which has doors to the lounge, dining room, kitchen and to the rear courtyard and cellar & finally leads to the statement staircase.
The first door from the hallway leads you into a simply majestic lounge with some stunning features including a Stunning Rococo ceiling, beautiful large fireplace with multi fuel fire and wall panelling throughout.
The second door from the hallway leads into a large stately dining room with another stunning feature wooden and brass fireplace with working open fire and plenty of space for large family dinners.
The hallway leads around the back of the lounge through another door into the kitchen. The kitchen is serviced with a beautiful feature coal fired AGA type oven, which also heats the hot water. Plenty of modern cupboards an induction hob and space for undercounter fridge & freezer. a door from the kitchen leads to stairs to the bathroom and further stairs take you up to the bathroom.
The first floor has 3 bedrooms and family bathroom;
Master Bedroom is a vast and impressive size that is flooded with light and deep window sills complete with storage. The main feature is the beautiful feature fireplace.
Bedroom 2 is also grand in size with another original beam across the feature fireplace.
Bedroom 3 is a lovely single and would make a great child's room or office.
The Family bathroom is a lovely space with a statement freestanding bath, large walk in shower, vanity unit and feature lighting that finishes the room perfectly.
The 2nd floor of the property is located in the attic and hosts a magnificent Guest Suite running the full length of the property, with beautiful feature beams, separate bedroom and living area. Another great size room is ready to be turned into an equally magnificent en-suite bathroom.
The property also boasts a huge Cellar that is currently used for storage and is a good dry space that runs the full length of the property
The front garden has 2 statement slow growing evergreen Yew trees that equal the impressive nature of this property and provide privacy. A lovely rear courtyard adds a lovely green space with rear access to the property and parking area.
Camelford House boasts Granite gate piers with moulded cornices, ball finials and iron railings, these are features that only the few higher status buildings in Camelford have. It is located next to the River Camel which is designated a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Originally late sixteenth century the whole building (now divided into three houses) was extended in the mid seventeenth century and rebuilt around the late seventeenth/early eighteenth century.
The building is predominantly rendered with granite dressings. Its symmetrical façade has nineteenth century sash windows, painted quoins and strings and deep overhanging eaves. The original sixteenth century mullion windows still survive at basement level.
The nearest beach at Trebarwith Strand is located just 5 miles from Camelford.
Camelford has plenty of eateries on offer including a Pub with lovely Garden and various take aways.
The popular Towns of Port Isaac and Padstow are but a short drive away. There is nursery, Primary and Secondary education facilities in Camelford, and within 14 miles away is college education.