- KITCHEN/DAY ROOM
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- SEPARATE WC
- UTILITY ROOM
- 4 BEDROOMS
- 2 EN-SUITE FACILITIES
- FAMILY BATHROOM
- KITCHEN/LIVING/DINING ROOM
- COVERED PARKING FOR 2 VEHICLES
- TIERED LANDSCAPED PATIO AND GARDENS
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50 Church Street is an impressive mid-terraced character residence believed to be built of traditional construction and is surmounted by a natural slate roof.
Over the years the property has been maintained and sympathetically modernised to a high standard throughout and offers a very homely feel, yet has retained many of its character features including sash windows, multi-fuel wood burning stove and decorative flooring.
The property is believed to have dated originally from 1734 and has been owned by the current family since 1968. Prior to this the property was formally used as a Doctors Surgery and Residence.
Currently the property has been arranged with self contained apartment at first floor level. However the Kitchen/Living room could be converted to provide a fifth en-suite bedroom if required.
The property is situated in the heart of the conservation area opposite Padstow Parish Church and is within walking distance of the harbour and local amenities.
Although the property fronts onto Church Street, there is vehicular access from High Street to a detached workshop with covered parking for 2 vehicles with further storage space at first floor level.
Located to the rear of the property are attractive tiered landscaped gardens with feature patio area and steps providing access to lawned gardens which in turn lead to the workshop and parking.
The property would be ideal as a family home or holiday home with potential of commanding excellent rental income. Viewing is strongly recommended.
50 Church Street must be viewed to fully appreciate the qualities the property has to offer.
Padstow has a long and ancient maritime history, the harbour being nestled in to the west-side of the Camel Estuary offering protection from the prevailing south-westerly winds. The town boasts a labyrinth of crooked streets sloping down to the harbour where many fine medieval buildings can be found including the 15th century Abbey House on North Quay and the 16th century court house of Sir Walter Raleigh on the South Quay. The surrounding coastline and countryside has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty with many of North Cornwall's finest sandy beaches within a five mile radius.
Sailing and Watersports the Camel Estuary is a well established centre for watersports, including sailing and water skiing, boat charters are available from Padstow and craft can be moored in Padstow or launched from the Padstow Harbour Commissioners' Slipway.
Restaurants Padstow offers an excellent range of restaurants the Michelin starred restaurant of Paul Ainsworth's No. 6 and Rick Stein's renowned Seafood Restaurant both within a 5 minute walk; with many other restaurants and public houses offering excellent fare.
Leisure & Golf. The famous surfing beaches of Newquay, Polzeath and Constantine Bay are only a short drive away. The Trevose Golf and Country Club is located within approximately 3 miles, the course was bestowed with the honour of hosting the Amateur Brabazon Strokeplay Championship, bearing testament to the course's excellent credentials. The course also offers excellent tennis courts and swimming pool.
Travel by Road Connections are good with the A30 dual carriageway at Bodmin only 12 miles away which provides access to the national motorway network at Exeter.
Travel by train Bodmin Parkway station approximately 25 miles distant offers regular links direct to London Paddington.
Travel by air Newquay Airport is approximately 25 minutes (8 miles) and offers a number of national and international flights via London Gatwick which is approximately a one hour flight.
Local Authority: Cornwall County Council, County Hall, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY. Telephone: 01872 322 000
ACCOMMODATION WITH ALL MEASUREMENTS BEING APPROXIMATE:
PART DOUBLE GLAZED FRONT ENTRANCE DOOR INTO:
ENTRANCE PORCH - Radiator, centre ceiling light, electricity consumer unit, decoratively part glazed door into:
HALLWAY - Attractive ornate tiled floor, radiator, telephone point, power points, understair storage cupboard with lighting, 5 inset ceiling spotlights, stairs to first floor, part glazed door to rear garden, doors to:
CLOAKROOM - Frosted glazed window to rear, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, two inset spotlights, part tiled walls, wood flooring.
LIVING ROOM - 16' 8" x 12' 7" (5.08m x 3.84m) plus Bay window with sash windows overlooking front elevation affording views to the Church. Multi-fuel burning stove set on slate hearth and surround, two radiators, 5 inset ceiling spotlights and 3 wall lights with dimmer switches, telephone point, television point, power points, decorative glazed window to hallway.
RECEPTION ROOM TWO - 16' 1" Max x 9' 7" Max (4.90m x 2.92m) plus Bay window with sash windows overlooking front elevation affording views to the Church. Decorative fireplace, radiator, ceiling spotlight track with 6 spotlights, telephone point, television point, power points.
KITCHEN/DAY ROOM - 20' 2" x 17' 9" Max (6.15m x 5.41m) Range of modern wall and base units with granite worksurface over. Built-in Rangemaster gas cooker with 6 ring burner and stainless steel Miele extractor fan over, space for fridge, space for dishwasher, power points, television point, two spotlight tracks, 2 ceiling lights, 1 wall light, 3 inset ceiling spotlights, wooden flooring, radiator, part panelled walls, three double glazed windows with one enjoying a delightful window seat, double glazed door leading to rear garden, door to:
UTILITY ROOM - 10' 1" x 4' 4" (3.07m x 1.32m) Double glazed window overlooking rear garden, radiator, tiled flooring, power points, plumbing for washing machine, space for freezer, fluorescent ceiling light.
STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR
HALF LANDING - Inset ceiling spotlight, stairs to:
BEDROOM ONE - 12' 5" x 10' 7" (3.78m x 3.23m) Plus entrance hallway with door to walk-in wardrobe/storage. Double glazed window with wooden window shutters overlooking rear garden, panelled wall, access hatch to loft, radiator, power points, 4 inset ceiling spotlights, 2 side lights, doors to:
WALK-IN WARDROBE - Double glazed window overlooking rear garden, radiator, power points, shelving.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM - 9' 6" x 5' 4" (2.90m x 1.63m) Plus built-in fully tiled shower cubicle with inset ceiling spotlight, under floor heating, double glazed window to side elevation, low level WC, wash hand basin set into vanity unit, extractor fan, shaver point, heated towel rail, part panelled walls, 3 inset ceiling spotlights.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING - Sash window overlooking rear elevation, radiator, 2 inset ceiling spotlights, doors to:
LARGE WALK-IN AIRING CUPBOARD - Housing Ideal Mexico gas fired boiler, copper cylindrical hot water tank, shelving.
SELF CONTAINED ANNEXE
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM/LIVING ROOM - 17' x 12' 5" (5.18m x 3.78m) Plus Bay window with sash windows overlooking front elevation to the Church, Range of modern wall and base units with roll edged worktop and tiled surround and wood panelling, Zanussi electric oven and hob with stainless steel extractor hood over, space for fridge, space for slim line dishwasher, radiator, 5 inset ceiling spotlights, 1 wall light, wooden flooring, decorative cast iron fireplace set on slate hearth, power points, television point, door to:
HALLWAY - Sash window overlooking front elevation to the Church, radiator, part panelled walls, two inset ceiling spotlights, cupboard with plumbing for washing machine and shelving over, further storage cupboard, door to:
BEDROOM - 16' 8" x 10' 3" (5.08m x 3.12m) Sash window overlooking front elevation to the Church, decorative cast iron fireplace set on slate hearth, 3 wall lights, radiator, power points, television point, door to:
EN-SUITE BATHROOM - Panelled bath with Ideal shower over and tiled surround, wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level WC, shaver point, extractor fan, 3 inset ceiling spotlights, heated towel rail.
STAIRS TO SECOND FLOOR - Two Velux windows overlooking rear elevation, under eaves storage, 2 wall lights, radiator, power points, doors to:
BEDROOM TWO - 16' 9" x 12' 3" Max (5.11m x 3.73m) Plus 3 built-in double wardrobes/cupboards, double glazed window overlooking the Church and the rooftops of Padstow to the estuary, decorative cast iron fireplace set on slate hearth, 5 inset ceiling spotlights, radiator, power points, television point.
BEDROOM THREE - 13' 4" x 12' 7" (4.06m x 3.84m) Double glazed window overlooking the Church and the rooftops of Padstow to the estuary, Radiator, ceiling spotlight track, power points.
BATHROOM - 5' 10" x 4' 8" (1.78m x 1.42m) Double glazed Velux window, panelled bath with shower over, low level WC, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, extractor fan, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, 2 inset ceiling spotlights.
REAR GARDEN - The spacious rear garden is laid out on three tiers.
There are two paved patio areas, a lawned garden with decked sun terrace with power point, outside tap and further gravelled area.
A pathway leads to:
COVERED CAR PORT - 20' 7" x 13' 9" (6.27m x 4.19m) With lighting and parking for two vehicles. A rear door leads to:
STORE/WORKSHOP - 20' 7" x 7' 6" (6.27m x 2.29m) With window to rear, power and light. Stairs give access to:
UPSTAIRS STORE - 20' 3" x 11' 3" Approximate (6.17m x 3.43m) Velux window, power and light.
AGENTS NOTE - The Kitchen/Living Room/Dining Room could be converted to en-suite bedroom - plumbing is available to facilitate this if prospective purchasers wished.
DIRECTIONS - From our office proceed up Duke Street and continue into Church Street. After passing the Church car park, number 50 Church Street is located on your right hand side.
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