4 bedroom property for sale in 53 Little Trelyn, Rock, North Cornwall

Guide price
£795,000 Under offer

At a glance

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • EPC Grade: E
  • Postcode: PL27 6ND

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Property Particulars

• Bright and spacious, reverse living accommodation to take advantage of lovely views over farmland
• High specification finishes throughout with optimum level of insulation and heat recovery system
• Gardens to front and rear, parking and garage (under construction)
• Easy access to village amenities and the beach at Porthilly Cove via nearby footpath
• Currently a desirable holiday letting property

Hawkers is a stunning, contemporary, detached property that was extended and refurbished to exacting standards in 2014. With high specification throughout, the property also benefits from the highest levels of insulation, eco heating systems and an architect’s certificate to guarantee the quality of the work. Thoughtfully designed to make the most of its countryside views and peaceful position, providing everything that an owner would require as a main residence or holiday/letting home.

Rock is a favoured residential and holiday village best known for its mild climate and outdoor leisure facilities. Acclaimed as one of Cornwall’s major sailing centres, conditions are also ideal for water sports as diverse as waterskiing and windsurfing. The renowned St. Enodoc Golf Club offers two challenging 18-hole courses, and there is wonderful walking country over coastal and inland routes. For food lovers, locally 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. The ferry and water taxi make travelling to Padstow both enjoyable and easy. Most everyday shopping requirements can be met within the village, but Wadebridge, with its town amenities, is only five miles distant. The main line railway station is at Bodmin Parkway, approximately 15 miles, and Newquay airport is approximately 20 miles.

The accommodation is laid out in the floor plans below and is arranged over two floors with inverted bright and spacious living areas, and full-length windows enjoying the delightful rural views over the garden and fields. There are good quality carpets throughout the living area and pale 'Nordic oak' Amtico flooring throughout the kitchen, hall and dining areas. The spacious entrance hall has stairs leading to the first floor, living areas and study/bedroom 4. Bedroom 3, the master bedroom and bedroom 2 are located at rear of the house on this level with full length, tilt and turn, opening in windows enabling access to the garden. Bespoke fitted wardrobes to both bedrooms with a dressing area in the master bedroom leading to a fully tiled ensuite.

Off the living room is a laundry room with Miele appliances and bespoke fitted cupboards and boiler cupboard painted in Sanderson's ethereal blue and contrasting blue finished with a Silestone work surface and stainless steel sink, heated towel rail with 'Sheila maid' ceiling hung drying rack and Amtico 'Nordic oak' flooring. From the living room, as the ground floor, steps lead down to the dining and kitchen area with a feature inset 'Contura' multi fuel burner with slate hearth and log storage box under. Large full-length windows maximize the far reaching country views with access to a balcony with glass balustrade and contemporary spiral concrete stair to the rear garden and deck below.

The contemporary, bespoke kitchen with the benefit of a feature 10ft high ceiling allowing for a wall of tall larder units painted in Farrow & Ball's 'Drawing room blue' incorporating a Fisher & Paykel fridge freezer and built in Neff double oven with warming drawer under, the Unistone work surfaces are a matt white finish with inset Neff gas hob with side wok burner and Neff extractor in stainless steel and glass over, flanked by wall units painted in Farrow and Ball's 'all white'. The sink and feature tap is positioned under a large window overlooking the rear garden and fields. There is also an LG stainless steel 'quiet' dishwasher.

The large breakfast bar has space under for bar stool seating. The lighting in all areas is of a contemporary design with changeable LED mood lighting installed above the larder and wall units.
Bedroom 4/Study leads off the dining area and bespoke fitted cupboards and window overlooking the rear garden.

Landscaped gardens with paved area and paths and raised beds leading to the front door. With the south facing, fully fenced and gated rear garden being laid to lawn, enjoying this peaceful setting bordered by a stream at a lower level and overlooking surrounding pasture land.

Mains water and drainage ~ Ventilation and heat recovery system ~ Under floor heating throughout run by LPG gas ~ 300 litre pressurised hot water system ~ Satellite TV and Superfast Broadband installed. EPC Band E.

Viewings strictly arranged via the sole agents.


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