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This is a stunning detached stone cottage set in the centre of the village looking over the green. The property is Grade II listed, full of character and charm. A perfect location for a holiday let or family home.
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You enter the property through the side entrance door into a lobby which has a separate modern style wc. From the lobby you enter through to a superb study area with beamed ceiling, tiled flooring and the spindle turning staircase which rises to the first floor. The spacious and bright sitting room runs across the width of the property creating a superb family space to sit in front of the fireplace which has a dual wood/coal burning stove. From the multi aspect windows and doors are views across the village green toward the historic church. This room also has beamed ceiling, a tiled floor and fitted storage and shelving to the alcove.The kitchen has a fitted range of modern units with spaces for a dishwasher, fridge freezer and cooker. (Current appliances can be purchased via separate negotiation) There is also beamed ceiling, tiled flooring plus views over the garden at the rear. There is also a door that leads out to the patio area.
From the first floor landing you can access the three bedrooms along with the family shower room. A spacious room fitted again with a modern style corner shower, wash hand basin and wc. There is also a fitted airing cupboard which also has the Megaflow hot water system. The master double bedroom is a bright room with views over the village green and also benefits from built-in wardrobes plus the en-suite shower room which is also fitted with a modern style corner shower, wash hand basin and wc. There is also an airing built-in airing cupboard. The second bedroom is also a double room again bright with built-in wardrobes and views over the village green, while the third bedroom positioned to the rear of the property has lovely views over the rear garden. From the third bedroom you can access the loft which is boarded with lighting and fully insulated.
To the front of the property there is as small lawned garden with flower borders and enclosed by granite walling with a flagstone path to the door. To the side of the house there is a tarmac parking area and. This former piggery, a useful stone outbuilding/utility which has light, power and plumbing for washing machine, dryer, and space for a freezer. The main cottage gardens lie to the rear of the house with a splendid flagstone terrace running the width of the property. There is a stone rockery with steps up to a good sized lawn. The garden is fully enclosed by mature hedging trees, shrubs, flower borders and stone walling. Included are many specimen plants such as Camellia, Magnolia, Azalea, Potentilla, Jasmine and Peony. To the far end of the lawn there s a very useful further stone outhouse/garden store, plus a timber 16x10 ft shed. The garden also has a further access at the rear garden via a five bar gate to the side lane.
The property has mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Super fast Broadband. Council Tax Band D
Bodmin 6 miles, Wadebridge 8.6 miles, Port Isaacs 10.5 miles, Truro 30 miles, (all distances are approximate)
The pretty rural village of Blisland is situated to the north western edge of Bodmin Moor, positioned within a Conservation Area, forming part of Cornwall's stunning countryside. Blisland's is a peaceful village with a medieval church providing an atmospheric backdrop to its idyllic village green. There is also a local convenience store post office and café plus The popular Blisland Inn for a well-earned activity break to devour hearty home-cooked delights. One of the best ways to enjoy the beautiful Cornish countryside is by a bike ride taking the Camel Trail from nearby St Breward along the River Camel to Padstow. Bodmin town is a short distant and offers a wide range of shopping facilities and nearby mainline station to London, Paddington. The North Coast with a variety of beaches and pretty coastal town of Port Isaac are just 10 miles away. Truro city some 30 miles provides a wider range of high street shopping and amenities.