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A fine three bedroom period residence which has been sympathetically modernised & maintained

Highfield is a fine example of a period town house which has been sympathetically modernised with a clean, simple and almost minimalist look, yet retaining all the character of the period. Situated in a wonderfully elevated position with superb views over the Camel Valley towards the town, its just a short walk to the town centre which provides a comprehensive range of shopping facilities. The real features of note for this property include the stripped wooden floor boards, sliding sash windows, feature fireplace and wood burning stove, Delabole slate worktop in the kitchen and a stone and slate exterior. The front and rear porch are attractive additions as is the utility/shower room and detached garage. Of further benefit are the front and rear gardens, driveway parking and oil fired central heating system. The height of the ceilings, size of the rooms and clean neutral tones throughout the property just add to the feeling of light and space and make this property an excellent family home.

The property is entered via a large glazed entrance porch with windows to three sides and a granite tiled floor. From here, there are lovely views over the town and front garden. A half glazed door leads into the entrance hall where a staircase ascends to the first floor with spindles and balustrades and a storage cupboard beneath. There are stripped wooden floorboards and doors open into the lounge and kitchen/diner. The lounge has a sash bay window to the front aspect and again has pleasant views over the town. There is also an open fire with slate hearth, recessed shelving and stripped wooden floorboards. The kitchen/diner is wonderfully light and spacious and has a custom built base cabinet with fitted Belfast style sink and Delabole slate work surface with integrated drainer. There are pantry and larder cupboards, stripped wooden floorboards and a wood burning stove with slate hearth. A large square bay window provides space for a dining table and chairs and looks out over the rear garden. A half glazed door leads into the rear porch which has windows to three sides and in the roof. A door leads out into the rear garden. Accessible from the rear porch, the utility room is an extremely useful service room which has been designed not only as a utility room but to have facilities as a wash area to prevent the interiors being subjected to the results of a day at the beach or a day in the garden. This incorporates a beautiful slate floor, a glass shower cubicle with thermostatic shower controls and a low level WC. There is plenty of space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer and the oil fired boiler is also located here.

Up on the first floor, there is a window to the side elevation at half landing height and doors lead to all first floor rooms. The family bathroom comprises a white suite with a panelled bath, tiled surrounds, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC, recessed lighting and a storage cupboard with shelving and radiator. The first bedroom is a good size double room with a sliding sash window to the rear aspect and recessed shelving. The second bedroom is again a double room with sliding sash window to the front aspect, views over the town and recessed shelving. Bedroom three is a single room with dual aspect windows to side and rear and would make an excellent child's room.

The property is approached through a gate which leads off from a grass pathway. Steps lead up through the front garden which is mainly laid to lawn with flower borders. The pathway leads up to the front entrance porch and continues around the side of the property to gain access to the rear. The rear garden is level with a central lawned area and flower borders. The pathway extends along the length of the garden to a gateway which leads out to the driveway parking past the detached garage. The garage has metal up and over doors, a pedestrian door, eaves storage, light and power.

An internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate what a fine example of a period town house this is.

The property can be found on the outskirts of the historic former market town of Camelford, which lies along the wooded banks of the River Camel. The town provides a comprehensive range of shopping facilities including supermarkets, doctors, dentists, chemists, independent retailers and veterinary surgeries, together with places of worship and a leisure center. Approximately 12 miles away is the town of Wadebridge, which sits along the River Camel with its famous cycle track leading to the picturesque fishing port of Padstow. The town of Camelford nestles at the edge of Bodmin Moor with its extensive outdoor leisure activities and amenities. An 18 hole championship length golf course can be found at Bowood Park on the outskirts of the town. Camelford itself sits on the A39, the Atlantic Highway, which provides easy access to the majestic and rugged north Cornish coast with its extensive sandy beaches and clifftop walks.

To find Highfield, follow the A39 from Wadebridge signposted to Bude. After approximately 10 miles, drive through Camelford town center and over Camelford bridge. After approximately 150 yards, turn left into Trefrew Road. After another 150 yards, the driveway to Highfield can be found on the left hand side. The postcode for satellite navigation is PL32 9TP.

Camelford  £325,000

  • 3 Beautiful Bedrooms
  • Light & Spacious Accommodation
  • Immaculately Presented & Lots of Original Features
  • Ground Floor Utility/Shower Room
  • Detached Garage & Driveway Parking
  • Pretty Front & Rear Gardens
  • Elevated Position with Superb Views Over the Town
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