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This property offers a very sweet and idyllic three bedroom, 3 reception room property set in a lovely private location. Formal gardens flank both the front and rear of the property and with approximately 9 acres of good pasture land, stables and sand school make this an ideal proposition for the equestrian minded.
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This property if a very quaint picture postcard property set in a quiet rural position yet still convenient to amenities. The original part of this three bedroom cottage is believed to date back to the 1800's and is found by following the meandering path from the generous parking area. The ground floor accommodation consists of a drawing room with a wood burning stove with beamed ceiling, separate dining room with timber floors and windows looking out to the front garden and is a very cosy room and is connected by a gothic paned glass archway to a dual aspect sitting room which is full of character features such as the timber flooring and beamed ceiling.
This room is full charm looking to both to the front and rear gardens and is ideal on a winter's night in front of the open fire with stone surround. Further to the ground floor is a well appointed shower room with corner shower and toilet and wash hand basin. The kitchen is located to the rear of the property where the best of the far reaching rural views can be found. The kitchen is light and airy and is fitted with a range of high quality wall and floor mounted units, space for dishwasher and range style electric cooker. An open doorway leads through to the separate utility room which has an external door which is perfect for those with dogs to clean them up before entering the rest of the house. Also off the kitchen is a wonderful conservatory which is used as one of the main rooms in the house by the current vendor due to its beautiful aspect looking on the rear garden and stunning rural views.
Rising to the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms family bathroom and office come 4th bedroom. The master bedroom is a sizable room with built in wardrobes the length of one wall and is a dual aspect room with great views of both front and rear gardens and the rural scenery towards the near by north coast. Both bedroom 2 and 3 also look out onto the front garden and rooms which have a great feel to them. The family bathroom has been re modelled by the current vendor and now is presented to a high standard with a timber floor, separate shower and bath, wash hand basin and toilet. The view from the bathroom is much like the master bedroom with distant rural vistas.
Externally to the property are extremely well presented front and rear gardens which are mostly laid to lawn with a variety of plant and shrubs. There is a very quaint seating area to the front of the property which is covered by a pergola and is ideal for drinks in the evening sun. There is driveway parking for multiple vehicles and a detached timber built garage. Nine acres of well fenced pasture land wraps around the property and is fantastic for horses with some of the best outriding in the county on your doorstep. A ménage measuring approx. 40mx20m has been is set adjacent to the stable block with 4 loose boxes and further smaller stabling behind, currently used as a feed room and further storage. In all this property is very well presented cottage in a quiet rural position with fantastic equestrian land and attributes.
Reskadinnick is a quaint, sheltered and extremely tranquil, rural hamlet set in a valley location between the stunning Northern coastline and the historic market town of Camborne. The hamlet has excellent access to the A30 providing easy commuting and touring opportunities to a vast array of destinations throughout the County and beyond. Railway stations at Camborne, Hayle and St. Erth provide fantastic local services together with a mainline connection to Truro, Exeter, and London Paddington along with all other national networks whilst a frequent bus service from the centre of the Hamlet runs to St. Ives, Penzance and Truro.
A few miles drive to the South, lays the historic market town of Camborne offering a vast array of shopping, educational, medical and banking facilities together with the recreational centres of Tehidy Country Park and Golf Club and the 19 Acre Heartlands World Heritage Site with its regular exhibitions, parklands, botanical gardens and huge children's play area. Hayle is a thriving coastal town with a wide variety of shopping facilities including shops such as M&S and Next and is easy access approx. 5 miles away.
The following services are available Mains electricity, mains water supply, mains drainage, oil fired central heating and telephone connection although we have not verified this.
Camborne - 1.5 miles Gwithian Beach - 4.5 miles Portreath Beach - 5.5 miles St Ives - 12 miles Truro - 14 miles (All distances are approx.)
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