Whinchat is a lovely detached house built in 1928 in New Polzeath. Being one of the older properties it benefits from valuable covenants restricting the development of both property and land below, thus protecting its view. Approached from a private road the property has initial driveway parking for three vehicles and then large secondary gates can be opened up to access a further private parking area approximately 16' 5" x 9' 2" (5m x 2.8m).
The front door gives access to a large open porch which can house a bed settee, leading through to the entrance hall where a stained glass window depicting two Whinchats looks into the sitting room. All the rooms have decorative coving which pick up the ceiling roses and archways that have been added to denote where the original building has been extended at the rear. An ornate fire place (no longer in use) compliments the sitting room. Off the sitting room is a sun room with frenchdoors out to the terrace which is¬†33' 10" x 12' 6" (10.3m x 3.8m).The sitting room also leads into a rear hallway which accesses the Study/Bedroom 5 and the family/dining room which also has french doors out onto the terrace. From the family/dining room an arch leads into the kitchen which houses a large dual fuel range with 4 gas hobs and a interchangeable hot plate.From the kitchen you return to the entrance hall and can access the boot room which has alot of storage including room for an additional fridge freezer. Off the boot room is the utility and back door. The utility houses the boiler, hot water tank , Belfast sink and washing machine.
The first floor has three double bedrooms , bed 1 with an ensuite shower room and plenty of built in wardrobes, both bed 1&4 having French doors out onto the 1st floor terrace 32' 2" x 15' 5" (9.8m x 4.7m) From here there are excellent views across to Stepper point from behind the glazed balustrade as well as privacy to sunbathe. There is also a bathroom on this floor.
The 2nd floor has another double ensuite bedroom 2. This room has panoramic views and is double aspect getting the morning and evening sun. There is a bath with shower attachment to the taps, wc handbasin and two velux windows. There is plenty of storage built into the eaves as well as a cupboard on the landing.
The rear garden is mainly put to lawn and is private with mature hedges to all sides and plenty of Cornish palms and shrubs. Below the rear terrace is a large basement which provides an excellent storage area fitted with light and power as well as a shower room supplied by its own pressurised water tank.
The property is much loved by the vendor and perfectly equipped for all the family to enjoy holidays at new Polzeath.