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• Open plan living accommodation and French doors onto a sunny terrace and level garden.
• Three bedrooms, 1 en-suite, further family bathroom
• Strong holiday letting property
• Integral garage plus parking for 3 vehicles
• Separate W.C.
• All in approx. 1868 sq.ft. (174 sq.m.)
Balangan lies in a privileged position, tucked away down a private, wooded driveway enjoying a peaceful and private setting. Benefitting from being in the heart of the village, Balangan is a short stroll from the village amenities and just a 10-minute walk from the beaches of Rock and Porthilly, St Enodoc Golf Course and the coastal path.This popular holiday letting property offers open plan living spaces with French doors, in both kitchen and living rooms which flood the property with light throughout the year and warmth during winter. French doors lead out onto a sunny terrace and garden–the perfect spot to enjoy al-fresco dining.The accommodation comprises:
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• Open plan kitchen/ dining with central island and log burner
• Bright living space with French doors to the garden
• W.C. and storage cupboard
• Garage with ample storage for outdoor gear (approx. 170 sq.ft.)
• Master bedroom with built-in storage and en-suite
• Two further double bedrooms.
• Family bathroom
Mains water, electricity and drainage ~ Solar heat system with electric back-up for the boiler and radiators ~ Wood burning stove which also heats water ~ Under floor heating throughout.
Rock is one of Britain’s best loved and most exclusive waterside resorts with activities for all ages. The spectacular North Cornish coast also greets some of the best surf in Britain and Polzeath, just inside the entrance to the sandy Camel Estuary, is one of the finest surfing beaches in North Cornwall. When tide and weather are against surfing, the River Camel, which runs between Padstow to the west and Rock to the east, produces a wonderful playground for sailors and water sports enthusiasts alike, with regular dinghy and shrimper races organised by the nearby Rock Sailing Club. St. Enodoc Golf Course lies just 1 mile down the road, benefiting from its spectacular location between Rock and Daymer Bay, beside Brea Hill and St. Enodoc Church, it provides dramatic views across the Camel Estuary and towards Stepper Point.
Approximately 6 miles from Rock is the fashionable market town of Wadebridge offering a wide range of independent shops and more extensive facilities. For food lovers, there are a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs including; The St Enodoc Hotel and The Mariners Pub in Rock, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s No. 6 in Padstow.
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