A handsome detached house with commanding views over Padstow to the Camel estuary.
Wonderfully secluded with a big garden, it doesn’t seem possible it could be in the heart of this special and famous town.
Thirty yards of passageway lead to the centre of shops, pubs, restaurants, cafés; harbour, 150 yards.
Lawned garden to the front (patio, little shaded raised deck, table/chairs).
Patio doors from garden to lovely spacious open-plan sunlight-filled ground-floor, comprising conservatory/dining room/kitchen (slimline dishwasher, microwave, gas hob/electric oven) and living room with TV/DVD and ‘living flame’ gas fire, all looking south to the garden.
Big utility room (washing machine, tumble drier, fridge-freezer, sink) with space for boots, bicycles and surfboards, and two external doors.
Stairs up to three bedrooms, all with great views - a double leading through to a sunroom with comfy seating, table/chairs and views; a room with double bed plus single; and a room with 2'6" single plus child’s cabin bed (5'6" x 2').
Bathroom (suite with separate shower).
Loading/unloading on quiet road via 40 yard sloping path.
Free road parking possible, but not guaranteed; car park, 300 yards.
Just right for those who want the lively buzz of this little town, plus privacy, relaxation and space too.
Padstow: very attractive old small harbour town (excellent restaurants, Rick Stein’s base) on the River Camel’s sandy estuary.
Many fine beaches very close and headlands for walking; sea birds.
Pedestrian ferry to Rock (watersports, sailing school) and very good golf course (St Enodoc).