The Bungalow, Crowshire, Bude, EX23

For Sale £397,000

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The Bungalow at Crowshire

The Bungalow at Crowshire is a cottage style bungalow and reflects much character of the era that it was built in, the 1930's. The first time to market in many years, this presents an opportunity to acquire a nicely located three bedroom property within a few minutes of the North Cornish coast. The Bungalow at Crowshire is a comfortable family home but also has the opportunity of refurbishment and modernisation. Perfectly suited as a second home/ investment or equally suited as a comfortable family home.

The Bungalow at Crowshire is less than five minutes drive from the world famous surfing and bathing sandy beach at Widemouth Bay. Widemouth Bay sits along the rugged North Cornish coast and is a renowned area of outstanding natural beauty. Nearby is access to a host of water sports and leisure activities together with endless breathtaking cliff and coastal walks. Bude and all it has to offer is just five miles away offering a comprehensive range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities together with its 18 hole links golf course and fully equipped leisure centre.

Of brick construction set under a tiled roof with pink ridge tiles, two chimneys, with a front porch and good access to a spacious lawns, garden and decked patio area all around the property. At the back of the property is a lawned area which will be fenced for privacy when the property sells. At the rear of the property is a decked area with a Jacuzzi style sunken pool.

The property is approached to the front over a path through the lawn to a wooden front door and a half-glazed porch. Stepping into:

The Front Porch

It is painted white and is currently used as a light and airy sewing area with a pine window board and above glazed to all three aspects. From here we lead to the front door of the property which is a half glazed decorative door with frosted opaque glass, again typically of the style of the era in which the property was built.

Front Hallway
The hallway is the main reception to the property and there is the access to the bedrooms and the bathroom and sitting room. The hallway has fitted carpet, power socket outlets, an oil-fired central heating radiator and a centre pendant light and

Bedroom 1

A good - sized bedroom with a dual aspect sliding sash wooden window to the front elevation of the property and to the side elevation. A feature is the ornate 1930's style fireplace. This room has white skirting boards and a painted wooden door with a wooden architrave and is decorated in neutral colours. Fitted carpet, oil-fired central heating radiator, ceiling has a centre pendant light and power points.

Bedroom 2

Currently used as a consulting room and has a Jacuzzi bath, double aspect sliding sash wooden window, one to the front elevation of the property and the other to the right elevation of the property. Painted wooden door with wooden architraves and decorated in a shade of purple with white skirting boards. Fitted carpet, centre pendant light with power socket outlets, oil-fired wall radiator.

Bedroom 3

Another good size bedroom with one single sliding sash wooden window. This bedroom has a wash hand basin with an under-vanity unit, a centre pendant light, a phone point and a power point.

Bathroom

The bathroom is painted blue with a high ceiling with loft access, exposed wooden floor and has the 1930s style glass over the door. A bath with an over electric power shower, white WC, white wash hand basin and an attractive stainless-steel towel rail radiator,

Sitting Room

A comfortable cosy sitting room with a fireplace and over mantelpiece of the era, power socket points, centre pendant light, coved ceiling and a cupboard in the corner.

Kitchen

With a striking original Cornish slate floor. Ample cupboards under a grey round-edged worktop. All faced with light oak doors, there is also cupboard space over, again faced in light oak door. On the rear wall is the electric oven, a ceramic, 4-ring hob with extractor hood and over light. Set in the original fireplace alcove is a classic Rayburn. The Rayburn is oil fired from gravity fed oil supply and currently supplies a fair proportion of the hot water and the central heating requirements of the property. kitchen area is lit with track spotlights

Dining area

The dining flows directly from the kitchen area (please refer to the floor plan) Here is a feature half-boarded dado-style finish to the rear wall. There are large sliding French-style doors which go onto the rear patio.

Living area

This area also flows from the Dining area. This sitting room has a working gas “Wood burner” style stove. Ample power points, a decorative centre pendant light and vinyl floor covering. The floor of this area, being the dining/living area, is currently a vinyl-type, squared patterned floor and there is also a central heating radiator.

Rear Hallway

A small rear hallway from which there is an entrance to a

Rear WC

This has white sanitary ware, with a white wash hand basin in a painted brick area with a single glazed wooden frame window to the rear aspect of the property with opaque glass.

Utility Room

Spacious utility area with plenty of room for multiple appliances, this currently accommodates the 3-year-old Firebird combi boiler. To the left is a stainless-steel sink unit with white under cupboards and both hot and cold running water. There is a centre fluorescent light and here we have a wooden half-glazed door with access onto the rear patio and garden together with a single glazed window looking again out over the rear elevation of the property.

Garage 6.2m x 4.95m

The property boasts a substantial double garage, it is a concrete slab construction under a very secure galvanised plastic-coated metal roof, and the doors of the garage are in excellent condition and are well maintained. The construction of the garage inside is such that there is a dividing middle wall. The garage does not have power and light but it would be an easy add on

Outside generally

The property has spacious lawns and gardens and accommodates a variety of shrubs and plants and grass area. There is a large and private decked area making an ideal summer barbeque spot. There is a Jacuzzi style pool

Communications

The communications are excellent with access to the A30 dual carriageway, within providing rapid access to the M5 motorway at Exeter. Whilst there are mainline train stations at Plymouth and Exeter, with regular services to London Paddington (Exeter to London Paddington in approximately 2 hours) there is also a very speedy service from Tiverton

Notes

Generally, the property is in good condition, probably in need of some modernisation, but would present considerable scope to someone to enlarge, modernise or improve certain aspects.
It must be noted that the boundary will change, and that part of the plot is being retained by the current owner for which they have full planning permission to build a brand new 5-bedroomed residence. Further we are referring to this property as The Bungalow Crowshire as the owner is retaining the name for their new build. Therefore upon acquiring this property you will have the opportunity to rename it to your choice. In addition a right of way will retained on the drive to the new property.

Viewing

Viewing is strictly by appointment only with the sole selling agent

Services

Water mains
Mains drainage
Mains electricity
Oil fired central heating
Telephone is BT Connection
Broadband is BT connection

Tenure - The property is offered for sale freehold and with Vacant Possession on completion.

Local Authority

The property is sold subject to all local authority charges and is council tax band C The local authority is Cornwall County Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2AY Telephone: 0300 1234 100

Agents Notes

None of the services or appliances, plumbing, heating or electrical installations have been tested by the selling agent. Any maps used on the details are for identification purposes only.
None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. All figures, measurements, floor plans & maps are for guidance purposes only.

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all outgoings, rights of way; easements & way leaves there may be, whether or not mentioned in these general remarks and stipulations or particulars of sale





The Front Porch
It is painted white and is currently used as a light and airy sewing area with a pine window board and above glazed to all three aspects. From here we lead to the front door of the property which is a half glazed decorative door with frosted opaque glass, again typically of the style of the era in which the property was built.


Front Hallway 2.09m (6' 10') x 3.50m (11' 6')
The hallway is the main reception to the property and there is the access to the bedrooms and the bathroom and sitting room. The hallway has fitted carpet, power socket outlets, an oil-fired central heating radiator and a centre pendant light and


Bedroom 1 3.94m (12' 11') x 3.63m (11' 11')
A good - sized bedroom with a dual aspect sliding sash wooden window to the front elevation of the property and to the side elevation. A feature is the ornate 1930's style fireplace. This room has white skirting boards and a painted wooden door with a wooden architrave and is decorated in neutral colours. Fitted carpet, oil-fired central heating radiator, ceiling has a centre pendant light and power points.


Bedroom 3 3.33m (10' 11') x 3.94m (12' 11')
Another good size bedroom with one single sliding sash wooden window. This bedroom has a wash hand basin with an under-vanity unit, a centre pendant light, a phone point and a power point.


Bedroom 2 3.95m (13' 0') x 3.63m (11' 11')
Currently used as a consulting room and has a Jacuzzi bath, double aspect sliding sash wooden window, one to the front elevation of the property and the other to the right elevation of the property. Painted wooden door with wooden architraves and decorated in a shade of purple with white skirting boards. Fitted carpet, centre pendant light with power socket outlets, oil-fired wall radiator.


Bathroom 2.05m (6' 9') x 2.97m (9' 9')
The bathroom is painted blue with a high ceiling with loft access, exposed wooden floor and has the 1930s style glass over the door. A bath with an over electric power shower, white WC, white wash hand basin and an attractive stainless-steel towel rail radiator,


Sitting Room 3.92m (12' 10') x 3.93m (12' 11')
A comfortable cosy sitting room with a fireplace and over mantelpiece of the era, power socket points, centre pendant light, coved ceiling and a cupboard in the corner.


Kitchen 3.98m (13' 1') x 3.04m (10' 0')
With a striking original Cornish slate floor. Ample cupboards under a grey round-edged worktop. All faced with light oak doors, there is also cupboard space over, again faced in light oak door. On the rear wall is the electric oven, a ceramic, 4-ring hob with extractor hood and over light. Set in the original fireplace alcove is a classic Rayburn. The Rayburn is oil fired from gravity fed oil supply and currently supplies a fair proportion of the hot water and the central heating requirements of the property. kitchen area is lit with track spotlights


Dining 2052.00m (6732' 4') x 3.11m (10' 2')
The dining flows directly from the kitchen area (please refer to the floor plan) Here is a feature half-boarded dado-style finish to the rear wall. There are large sliding French-style doors which go onto the rear patio.


Family Living area 2098.00m (6883' 3') x 3.20m (10' 6')
This area also flows from the Dining area. This sitting room has a working gas “Wood burner” style stove. Ample power points, a decorative centre pendant light and vinyl floor covering. The floor of this area, being the dining/living area, is currently a vinyl-type, squared patterned floor and there is also a central heating radiator.


Rear Hallway
A small rear hallway from which there is an entrance to a


Rear WC
This has white sanitary ware, with a white wash hand basin in a painted brick area with a single glazed wooden frame window to the rear aspect of the property with opaque glass.


Utility Room 2.68m (8' 10') x 3.10m (10' 2')
Spacious utility area with plenty of room for multiple appliances, this currently accommodates the 3-year-old Firebird combi boiler. To the left is a stainless-steel sink unit with white under cupboards and both hot and cold running water. There is a centre fluorescent light and here we have a wooden half-glazed door with access onto the rear patio and garden together with a single glazed window looking again out over the rear elevation of the property.


Garage 6.20m (20' 4') x 4.95m (16' 3')
The property boasts a substantial double garage, it is a concrete slab construction under a very secure galvanised plastic-coated metal roof, and the doors of the garage are in excellent condition and are well maintained. The construction of the garage inside is such that there is a dividing middle wall. The garage does not have power and light but it would be an easy add on


  • Detatched residence
  • Much character and many features
  • NO FORWARD CHAIN
  • Perfect as is or scope to alter and improve
  • Ideal second home with easy access to the coast
  • Extensive off road parking
  • Viewing highly recommended
Floorplan for The Bungalow, Crowshire, Bude
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