This extensive 4-bedroom home has been stylishly modernised throughout and offers generous and versatile accommodation with the 1-bedroom annexe providing further flexibility for a large family.
With the addition of a substantial brick paved drive way offering generous parking, the now more frequented main entrance leads into the utility room. This space connects the property and annexe, houses a w/c, works great as a boot room and coat store and covers the general demands of a utility. Opening to the kitchen/breakfast room which is arguably one of the best rooms in the property having recently been completely refitted with a stylish design and featuring the little extras we like to see. Including a pull-out larder, smart swivel corner cupboards, undercounter LED s, 1.5 sink, brick tiled splash back, and built in appliances of a Siemens dishwasher, AEG induction hob and double oven and space for free standing fridge freezer and breakfast table.
28 dual aspect living/dining room with designated dining area adjacent to the kitchen and sliding doors to the rear garden. The living room offers fantastic light which amplifies the considerable space, whilst still with a comfortable feel centred around a focal feature fire place. There is a good-sized ground floor bedroom, a bright and generous double with space for plenty of furniture.
The first floor comprises a family shower room with double shower and double basin vanity unit and three double bedrooms including master en-suite. Bedroom 2 is currently used as a study but also with room for gym equipment. With built in storage, this would be a comfortable sized bedroom if used as that again. The dual aspect master comes with plenty of built in wardrobe space with access to the well-appointed en-suite shower room easily mistaken as more storage. A further double bedroom has yet more built in storage and wash hand basin.
A 1 en-suite bedroom annexe is approx. 4 years old and has been a great addition to the property by the current owners. A dual aspect open plan kitchen/living room with an electric oven, ceramic hob, extractor, blue brick tiled splash back and space for a fridge freezer provides plenty of room for independence away from the family home. There is shared access through the utility and door to the shared garden.
The corner plot has a wrap around garden to the front laid to lawn with an array of mature shrubs and a hedged boarder offering privacy. Adjacent to this is the substantial brick paved drive way, attractively finished and providing parking for 4 cars. A low maintenance enclosed garden to the rear has been landscaped with practical materials, finished with a mix of astro-lawn and a raised decking stepping out from the dining area. South facing, this seating area becomes quite a sun trap. A shed and small outbuilding provide useful storage.
The historic market town of St Columb Major is situated within 6 miles of the spectacular north Cornish coast that boasts a choice of beautiful sandy beaches and some of the finest surfing spots in the country.
St. Columb was originally a linear settlement built on the main road running north-east to south-west with its relatively narrow streets and slate hung houses. The town has grown over the years and now offers great local amenities including a variety of shops, Post Office, pubs, a butchers and church. The town is now bypassed keeping through traffic away from its quaint streets.
Well positioned between large towns of Newquay and Wadebridge and with the A30 within easy reach, access to larger shops, supermarkets and traveling around the county is a breeze from this central location. Newquay airport is just 3 miles and offers seasonal international flights and a regular connection to London. Alternatively, Bodmin Parkway (18 miles) is on the main rail line from Penzance-Paddington.
There is an Outstanding junior school in St. Columb Major whilst nearby Newquay has a choice of well thought of secondary schools and sixth forms.
Services & Council Tax
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage Council Tax Band - D
From the A30, exit for Indian Queens/Newquay and follow signposts for A39 to Newquay/Wadebridge. Continue along the A39 and take the exit for St. Columb Major at Trekenning Roundabout. Continue all the way through the town and turn right at the T-junction after the church and then left onto Union Hill. Take the first right onto Penkernick Way and the property is on the right on the corner of Treventon Rise and Penkernick Way.