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High Noon is a detached bungalow based in the heart of the very sought-after Cornish Village of Polzeath within a short 5-minute walk to the local amenities. The property is based on a generous-sized plot close to North Cornwall’s finest beaches.
• Three bedrooms, one bathroom,
• Good size kitchen with separate open plan sitting / dining room.
• Large north-west facing garden with small pond and patio terrace
• Short walk downhill to the surf, local amenities and coastal path
• An excellent redevelopment opportunity (subject to necessary planning permissions) with good holiday letting potential
Located just off Sun Cove Road with Access from Trenant Close, High Noon offers an excellent opportunity to acquire a three-bedroom bungalow within an easy walk of Polzeath Beach. This well positioned property is ripe for modernisation or refurbishment, (subject to the necessary planning permission) and offers well-proportioned accommodation with a good-sized garden.
Entrance hallway | 2 large double bedrooms,(one with patio doors to conservatory) and a single bedroom | Family bathroom | Open plan living / dining area with a wood-burning stove | Separate kitchen | Utility room | Conservatory with patio doors to garden
Polzeath is a highly desirable holiday and residential village, with a vast expanse of golden sand, excellent surf and scenic coastal walks. Nearby in Rock and Daymer Bay conditions are ideal for sailing, water-skiing and windsurfing, as well as the renowned St Enodoc Golf Club offering two excellent 18-hole courses. Polzeath is fortunate to have a range of good places to eat and drink such as TJ’s Surf Café, The Waterfront, The Oystercatcher, The Cracking Crab and Surfside, but there is also a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs in the surrounding area including Rick Stein’s and Paul Ainsworth’s No 6 in Padstow, Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac and The Mariners in Rock. The ferry and water taxi make travelling to Padstow easy and enjoyable. Most everyday shopping requirements can be met locally but the market town of Wadebridge, with an inspiring collection of independent shops, is around seven miles distant.
Large North-West facing garden with a large pond and patio area
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.