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Wadebridge 3.5 Miles, Rock 4.5 Miles, Polzeath 5.5 Miles, Daymer Bay 5 Miles. A unique opportunity to purchase a fine early Victorian residence with original features set in the grounds of 6 acres with the added benefit of The Bothy and further barns, with potential for conversation. Superb location in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
5 RECEPTION ROOMS, 5 BEDROOMS IN MAIN HOUSE, KITCHEN/DINING/GARDEN ROOM/STUDY MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE, FAMILY BATHROOM, DOWNSTAIRS BEDROOM WITH WET ROOM, UTILITY WITH ADDITIONAL SHOWER ROOM, CAPTIVATING GARDENS AND WOODLAND, PRIVATE DRIVE AND PARKING, THE BOTHY WITH ADDITIONALACCOMMODATION, THE LONG BARN AND COVERED BARN.
Lower Amble Farmhouse was built in around 1815, the exterior being stone and hung slate on the rear external walls and slate roofs. The rooms have a pleasant outlook over the gardens and countryside and have very spacious, versatile accommodation creating the most attractive family home. The property has the benefit of oil-fired central heating and radiators in every room, with an outside boiler housed in a covered area with an adjacent log store. Lower Amble Farmhouse occupies a private setting with delightful gardens and woodlands and ample parking. The range of out buildings has potential for further conversion, subject to planning consent. The Bothy is currently used by the owner as additional accommodation.
Ground Floor: Formal entrance from the front garden to porch with two pillars and slate step up to a charming traditional front door and light airy hallway and stair well. The floor is laid with Victorian tiles, the same make as is in St Minver church, with a wide staircase to the first floor.
Door from Hallway to: The Study, dual aspect windows, one with shutters and the other with a window seat, slate fireplace with a wood burning stove and four bookcases.
Archway from Hallway through door to: The sitting room is an enchanting room with a dual aspect window and French doors leading to a slate terrace with Pergola and climbing plants. The fireplace is most appealing with a marble chimney piece and cast iron grate. The flooring is polished oak.
Door to: Dining room, window overlooking the front, with slate chimney piece, hearth and basket grate. There are delightfully built cupboards and shelving on either side of the fireplace and wood oak floor.
Door from the Sitting room to: Farmhouse Kitchen: Side entrance with one step up to the kitchen door, original slate flooring, triple aspect windows, range of wooden kitchen units, oil fired Aga, Belfast sink and dishwasher. Place for electric oven and fridge/freezer, larder cupboard and dresser.
Part glazed door to: The part glazed door from the kitchen goes to the Garden Room.
Door to bedroom: Dual aspect windows, built in storage cupboards.
Door to wet room: Vinyl non- slip flooring, electric shower, w/c, wash hand basin, electric towel rail and window with view of pond.
Door from kitchen to utility: window to side, slate floor, unit with Belfast sink and shelving, place for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Door from utility: Shower room: terracotta tiled floor, shower cubicle with electric shower, w/c, hand wash basin and window.
Staircase to first floor: Wide staircase with a splendid landing window with ornate wooden banister, leading to a spacious landing with library shelves on two sides. The landing archway echoes the downstairs.
Door from hallway to: Master bedroom. A spacious room with wide window view of garden and woodland, fitted wardrobe with built in shelving.
Door to: En-suite bathroom: velux window, vinyl floor, bath, w/c, wash hand basin, electric towel rail.
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Bedroom two: window to the side overlooking the front garden with the view of the Amble Valley, Victorian fireplace and built in wardrobe.
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Bedroom three: dual aspect windows with views of garden.
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Bedroom four: Dual aspect windows, one velux window in sloping roof with exposed beams and loft hatch.
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Bathroom: large bath, window, w/c, wash basin and electric towel rail.
Landing: airing cupboard with emersion and storage.
Tax band G.
Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating. Freehold ownership of driveway from the public lane and footpath.
Viewings: By strict appointment through Estuary Estates:
Trebetherick House, Trebetherick, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 6SB
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Agents Note: We have not tested any of the electrical, central heating or sanitary ware appliances. Purchasers should make their own investigation as to the workings of the relevant items. All room measurements and mileages quoted in these sales particulars are approximate.
Photographs: Please note all photos are taken with a wide angle lens.