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This newly renovated detached property with four double bedrooms has been completed to an exacting standard throughout

Green and Rock in partnership with WK Gelston Contractors Ltd have spared no expense in transforming this 1950s bungalow into a high quality detached home with four en-suite bedrooms. Cleverly designed and completed to an exacting standard with over 2000 square foot of light and distinctively modern accommodation, Merrywood retains some charming features of the original building. Noteworthy details includes the new electrical system with extensive dimmable lighting, flat brush steel switches & sockets, new thin profile double glazed aluminum 'heritage' windows finished in anthracite grey to retain the original art deco character of the property, original parquet flooring, Velux windows and a new oil fired central heating system which can be operated via an App.

The ground floor comprises an open plan kitchen/dining room with underfloor heating throughout, a log burner in the corner of the room and bi-fold doors that lead out onto a large terrace area, finished with smart slate flooring, perfect for Alfresco dining. The kitchen is stylish and contemporary with new shaker style navy blue units with pewter handles, chunky white quartz composite worktops, belfast sink, Rangemaster range cooker with gas hob and extractor fan. The breakfast bar has a built in wine cooler and BTC lighting above. There is a separate living room and sitting room, both located at the front of the property with bi-fold doors leading out onto a slate terrace. The living room could also be used as a fifth bedroom if required as there is an en-suite shower room attached. Also on the ground floor are two double bedrooms with original wood flooring, both with high quality en-suites fitted with traditional style Hudson Reed chrome tap and shower fittings, frameless shower enclosures and towel radiators that are fed from separate plumbing systems allowing them to be controlled separately from the rest of the house. There is a downstairs WC and utility room which is complete with slate flooring, wooden worktops, sink unit and new boiler. 

Up the stairs to the first floor you will find two large double bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms, both with large 800 x 1700 walk in showers with Hudson Reed built in controls and taps, traditional style basins with chrome legs and tapsand LED de mist mirrors. The master bedroom has a beautiful traditional cast iron bath at the end of the room which has been painted in Farrow & Ball paint and sits on chrome cast iron claw feet, set on a light grey storm oak Karndean floor.

Outside the quality continues with easy to maintain landscaped gardens that wrap around the property along with pathways and three slate terraces allowing plenty of space for entertaining and enjoying the sunshine. The gravel driveway has enough parking space for two to three vehicles. Services to the property include mains water, electricity and drainage, a new oil fired central heating system throughout and new anthracite cast iron traditional radiators with chrome thermostatic valves. 

Trelights is a pretty hamlet close to the North Cornish coast and is situated within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The nearby St Endellion Church is a well known venue for the St Endellion Spring and Summer Classical Music Festivals. The market town of Wadebridge is just 5 miles distant with a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities while the historic picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac is within 3 miles. Port Isaac is well known for its role in the current TV programme 'Doc Martin' as the fictional town of 'Portwenn'. It offers many breathtaking walks across the dramatic coastline of North Cornwall as well as its own beach and harbour. There are delightful boutiques and galleries for those who wish to explore the magical narrow streets and to finish off you can always pop into one of the cosy cafés, pubs or restaurants. The neighbouring village of Port Gaverne was once a thriving 19th Century fishing port and to this day remains unspoilt with the sheltered sandy beach protected by the National Trust.

To find Merrywood, travel along the B3314 from Wadebridge for approximately 5 miles passing signs for Rock and Polzeath. Turn left at a signpost to Trelights. After approximately 200 yards where the road begins to fork, turn right and Merrywood is the last property along this road on the right hand side. The postcode for satellite navigation is PL29 3TG.

Trelights  £725,000

  • Newly Renovated Four Bedroom Detached House
  • High Calibre Fixtures & Fittings
  • Four En-Suites & One Family Bathroom
  • Original Wooden Floorboards
  • New Oil Fired Central Heating System & Heritage Aluminium Double Glazed Windows
  • Landscaped Gardens & Gravelled Driveway
  • Situated in a Pretty Hamlet between Polzeath & Port Isaac
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