- 4 Bedrooms
- Ample off road parking
- Countryside views
- Delabole Slate Features
- Easy To Maintain Courtyard Garden
- Great Location Base
- Oozes charm and character
- High Specification Solar Panels
***GUIDE PRICE £290,000-£310,000***
LeGrys Bespoke are delighted to bring to the market this characterful gem of a 3/4-bedroom property in Delabole. Converted from the old bakery that supplied the local shop, with a wealth of character features including Delabole slate, beam features, impressive log burner and a well. This property is one not to be missed, in expectation of a high volume of viewings we are holding an open house (following covid-19 guidelines) on the 10th October 10am-1pm. Register your interest for a slot.
As you come through oak stable door you are greeted with a light and airy reception room, which leads to the living area, the potential 4th bedroom and the stairwell. The 4th bedroom, currently a snug, on the ground floor has Delabole slate flooring and an attractive cladded wall. The living area has oak flooring, an impressive log burner which is set on to an exposed stone walling, column radiators and a feature fireplace.
The kitchen is L shaped, one side has a vaulted ceiling, stripped back stone wall feature, electric hob, integral microwave oven and eye-level electric oven . Fitted with a range of base units finished in a stylish matte with soft close. Here there is space and plumbing for dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. This leads to the conservatory extension which overlooks the front of the property and used as the dining room.
The oak stairwell with chalk backboards leads to the 1st floor. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are double in size, and have superb country side views. The family bathroom consists of panelled bath with electric shower over, w/c, hand wash basin. The master bedroom boasts a walk-in dressing room and en-suite with shower unit and extensive country side views.
The property boasts off road parking for multiple cars, an easy to maintain courtyard garden with decking area perfect for al fresco dining. There is a beautifully decked area by the front door which is home to the well. The property benefits of solar panels on the roof.
The property is brilliantly situated to act as a base for exploring the North Cornwall coast. Being within 6 miles from the fishing village of Boscastle and the home of King Arthur Tintagel. Down the other side of the coast the property is 6.3 miles from the famous fishing village of Port Isaac. The village Delabole itself has two public houses, convenience store and primary school education.