Ashwater, Beaworthy, EX21 5EN

Detached House 6 Bedroom
Sale agreed £735,000
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The inspirational conversion of this former chapel is now complete and presents the most discerning of purchasers a stunning opportunity to acquire a most individual home of immense style, space and versatility. Contained within its amazing 382m2 (4111ft2) is a 4 bedroomed main residence and an equally impressive adjoining 2 bedroomed annexe. A terraced garden with stone walling, a huge amount of parking, a small paddock and superlative southerly views over rolling countryside completes the picture. Situated a few minutes drive to the friendly village of Ashwater, 20 miles to the North Cornish Coast and 35 miles to Exeter and the M5.

THE PVCU DOUBLE GLAZED ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (all measurements are approximate):-    From the attractive front courtyard twin doors open into the:

WELCOMING RECEPTION HALL 16'7" (5.05m) (max) x 12' (3.66m) (max). Contemporary flagstone floor. Original pine door and handle.

INNER LOBBY    With understairs cupboard.

KITCHEN/LIVING SPACE 31' (9.45m) (max) x 28'9" (8.76m) 10' (3.05m). Oak floor. Attractive wood panelling capped with oak to either side. 6 original 10' (3.05m) Lancet windows complete with solid oak sills flood this wonderful space with natural light and are complemented by 6 "Warehouse Style" dome lights suspended on chains from the Wagon Roof. Centrally positioned oak stairs rise to the mezzanine.

An impressive featured arched alcove set between the rear lancet windows with a profiled mantel and original door lead to:-

KITCHEN/DINING AREA    An impressive 15' x 4'6" (4.57m X 1.37m) expanse of "Corian" worktop dominates the kitchen area and has a double bowl inset stainless steel sink. Stylish soft close drawers and cupboards with integral "Neff" dishwasher. Breakfast Bar and storage area with slatted oak shelving. Further range of matching units run along one wall with worktop housing a "Neff Flux" induction hob with extractor above. Full height integral fridge/freezer. Integral Neff appliances including steam oven, combination microwave and double ovens with tilt and slide doors.

ENTRANCE HALLWAY 9' x 9' (2.74m x 2.74m). Attractive tiled floor. Panelling to one wall. A nice finishing touch is that some of the original organ flutes have been air connected as a door chime. Vaulted ceiling with matching lights.

CLOAKROOM / BOOT ROOM    Contemporary flagstone floor. 2 piece white suite.

STUDY/SNUG 11'10" x 11' (3.6m x 3.35m).

THE MEZZANINE 29' x 12'10" (8.84m x 3.91m). This stunning feature of the house enjoys a truly breathtaking outlook to the glorious rolling countryside through 4 lancet windows. It also has an equally impressive view over the living space! It is flooded with natural light and will make a truly special family space but an equally inspirational area for a studio or the ultimate work from home base.

The 4 double bedrooms, including the En-Suite principal bedrooms, are arranged in an interconnecting wing and may be approached from the main house via the ground floor or mezzanine.



INNER HALL    Matching second set of stairs to first floor.

LAUNDRY ROOM 10'8" x 8' (3.25m x 2.44m). Wood block work surfaces with stainless steel single drainer sink. Cupboard units below. "Firebird" oil-fired boiler. Two factory lagged hot water cylinders. Controls for underfloor heating.

BEDROOM 4 11' x 10' (3.35m x 3.05m).

BEDROOM 3 18'5" x 18'4" (5.61m x 5.59m). Double aspect windows.

SHOWER ROOM    2 Piece white suite and a large walk-in shower with glazed screen.


PRINCIPAL BEDROOM 18'5" x 14'5" (5.61m x 4.4m). Double aspect room with some super views stretching across the countryside to Ashwater's historic Church Tower.

EN-SUITE BATH/SHOWER    3 piece contemporary suite and a walk-in tiled shower area.

BEDROOM 2 11'4" x 8'10" (3.45m x 2.7m).

CLOAKROOM    With 2 piece white suite.

THE ANNEXE    We love the annexe and feel it really is the "finishing touch" and a perfect complement to the main residence. It is truly perfect for extended family living or the most lucky of friends invited for weekending or alternatively could be let on an exclusive basis for perhaps long weekends/short breaks. It has its own:

ENTRANCE PORCH 6'3" x 5'4" (1.9m x 1.63m). Original slate floor and door, to:

OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM 29' x 15' (8.84m x 4.57m). Your eyes are immediately drawn to the full width bi-folding aluminium doors that open out onto the expansive terrace. Oak floor. Well appointed kitchen area with wood block hardwood work surfaces. Matching soft close base and wall units. Stainless steel sink. Well appointed with washer/dryer machine, dishwasher, fridge and freezer along with combination microwave and matching oven. 4 ring induction hob with splashback and extractor. Feature oak stairs rise to the first floor landing which serves:

BEDROOM 1 15'3" x '10'3" (max) (4.65m x '3.12m (max)). Window with great outlook over the rear garden to paddock and countryside.

BEDROOM 2 15' (4.57m) (max) x 10'6" (3.2m) (max) narrowing to 8' (2.44m). Double aspect windows.

BATHROOM    3 piece white suite including a combination bath/shower.

OUTSIDE    The house fronts onto a quiet parish road from where a long granite shingle drive runs along the west of the property and wraps around the rear providing a huge amount of parking space. The original tiled front courtyard has been restored and is flanked by attractive stone walls/pillars with the original cast iron railings. To the rear an expansive paved terrace links the main residence to the annexe with a stone/brick wall complete with raised beds providing a most attractive backdrop completed by an archway with a metal gate. This opens out onto the parking area and immediately adjoining this is the small level paddock with tree topped hedges to either side and post/rail fencing running along the back.

Running along the eastern side of the house is a pathway where the plastic oil storage tank is discreetly housed.

SERVICES    Mains water and electricity. Private drainage to a new treatment works. Oil-fired underfloor heating throughout the ground floor with radiators on the first floor. Each radiator individually controls the heating for that room.


From Holsworthy proceed on the A388 towards Launceston and upon reaching the village of Clawton turn left. Follow this road for 1.5 miles and upon reaching Sprys Shop Cross turn right signed Ashwater. Proceed along this country road for just over 2 miles and at Cross Lanes Cross turn left signed Quoditch, where the property will be found after about 200 yards on the left hand side with a Bond Oxborough Phillips 'For Sale' notice clearly displayed.

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