St Minver Cottage

3 bedroom property for sale in St Minver, North Cornwall

Guide price
£495,000 Under offer

At a glance

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • EPC Grade: F
  • Postcode: PL27 6QH

Location Map

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Property Particulars

• Traditional cottage recently refurbished to an impeccable standard
• 3 bedrooms, family bathroom
• Sheltered terrace and gardens boarded by mature trees and shrubs
• Large garage and further store room
• Located in a highly desirable village less than a mile from the renowned coastal hotspot of Rock
• All in approximately 1233 sq. ft (114.6 sq. m)/ EPC band F.

THE PROPERTY
This beautifully presented and well-proportioned three bedroom cottage is the definition of a charming rural bolthole. Recently refurbished to a high standard, the property enjoys well-proportioned living, dining and kitchen areas. Ideally positioned, St Minver Cottage has a sunny terrace, garage with storage and is within striking distance of all the village amenities.

LOCATION
The picturesque village of St Minver is a short drive from the north Cornwall coast and its spectacular beaches. The area is known for its mild climate and outdoor leisure facilities, such as; sailing, surfing, rowing, kite surfing, golfing and scenic walking over coastal and inland routes. St Minver enjoys an authentic 18th Century pub, Post Office and the impressive church of St Menefreda. Most every day shopping requirements can be met locally in Rock, including; delicatessens, bakery, fish monger and butchers. Wadebridge, with its extensive town amenities, is only four miles distant. Locally, there are a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs including The Mariners Pub in Rock, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw and Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen in Port Isaac. Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s No. 6 in Padstow can be reached using the ferry and water taxi, making the journey both enjoyable and easy.

OUTSIDE
There are mature shrubs and pretty climbing plants to the front of the house with a wooden front door and a metal gate leading the side passage and back door.

The garden is accessed across the pathway to the church, via slate steps and is planted with a range of mature shrubs, and is also a sheltered position with lovely far reaching rural views. Granite steps lead down to a secret garden with BBQ, ideal for entertaining.

SERVICES
Mains water, Electricity and Private Drainage.

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