Chapel House, Washaway, Bodmin PL30 3AD A VICTORIAN TREAT! Snap up this converted and extended Chapel in Washaway. Near Wadebridge and Bodmin, this super spacious detached house is full to the brim with character. Close to the Camel Trail and only a short walk from the grounds of Pencarrow House, there are lovely views over the Camel Valley too. Don’t delay, make it yours today! • 3 Bedrooms • 2 Reception Rooms • 2 Bathrooms • Kitchen/Diner • Stone Built Garage & Parking • EPC – D55 £275,000 Chapel House sits just off the A389 on the way into Bodmin. Three pretty dormers face you as you drive onto the property and the house is set back behind a low stone wall and the front garden. Step through the double front doors which sit snugly between the two original dormers. The porch is ideal for throwing off coats and another set of double doors lead into a vast living room which was the original chapel. Reception Room This amazing room opens out before you with some original parquet underfoot. A fireplace with a timber surround houses a wood burning stove and a large double glazed window and set of patio doors let lots of light in. The open tread stairs on the left lead to the first floor and gothic doors on the right lead into the extension. The spacious kitchen diner is to the left and, although a little tired, does have the potential to be something special. Two large windows keep things light and there is a range of base and wall units in an oak shaker style set off by glossy black laminate worktops with dark grey tiles underfoot. There is a ceramic farmhouse style sink and drainer and a stainless steel range cooker has a gas hob, matching splash-back and a stainless steel chimney hood above. A stable door leads to the rear porch and the cloakroom, which is fitted with a close coupled WC and a wall hung basin. Another door takes you outside. Kitchen/Diner Through the gothic double doors, find the second reception room. Super spacious, light pours in through a set of double patio doors and four other windows. Up the staircase find the delightful master bedroom. The ceiling is vaulted and there are some rustic built in wardrobes. Reclaimed floorboards add original texture to the room and there are superb views from the window and balcony. The gothic feel continues with some original chapel panelling at the top of the stairs. The en-suite bathroom is tucked behind a set of arched timber doors and there is also some eaves storage. The quirky bathroom has been fitted beautifully into this vaulted space. Crisp sanitary ware includes a pedestal washbasin and a back to wall WC. The double ended bath has a bespoke glass shower Master Bedroom screen and hinged door, enclosing it and the shower. Very clever! From the living room, open tread stairs lead to the remaining bedrooms and family bathroom. The period style bathroom has a claw foot bath, a chunky white pedestal basin, close coupled toilet and a period style shower with a curved rail and shower curtain. Wonderful original beams feature on the vaulted ceiling of the landing and there is access into a small eaves area. Bedroom 3 sits on the left and has a stripped wooden floor and a lovely view over the countryside. Reception Room Bedroom 2 is a lovely double with parquet flooring and a great rural view. There is also a useful built in cupboard. The space outside has lots of further potential. A low stone wall encloses most of the property and this leads around to the garage with vehicular access from the road and pedestrian access from the garden. In need of some tlc – there are interesting possibilities! The garden is a combination of level and raised beds with established shrubs and various trees. A path leads around the side of the house to a generous garden area enclosed by low hedges with trees at various intervals and there are views across the surrounding countryside. Vendor Thinks: Chapel House is a lovely warm space to live in. The sunny extension is fantastic and on a good day you can see Pentire Point from the bedroom balcony. En-Suite Bathroom My Place Thinks: Quirky and very interesting! Chapel House is a lovely building and although a little tired in places, could really shine with a bit of tlc! There is masses of character and space, coming in at just under 1,900 square feet! The garden is also generous and there is obvious potential to make something of the garage (subject to planning of course!) The views are fantastic and the extension portion of the house would work really well if you have a dependent relative or teenager or it would be perfect if you fancied doing some posh B&B! We think this is a lot of Cornish character for the money. What do you think? Reception Room - Extension Chapel House, Washaway, Bodmin PL30 3AD £275,000 Come and view my interactive floor plan at: http://content.metropix.com/px/7056422 My Place in Cornwall, 19 Molesworth Street, Wadebridge PL27 7DD Tel: 01208 813874 Email: [email protected] Website: www.myplaceincornwall.co.uk Disclaimer Whilst these details are thought to be correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and do not form part of any contract. It should be noted that we have not tested any fixtures, fittings, equipment, apparatus or services, therefore we cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for purpose. Solicitors should be used to confirm that any moveable items described within these details are in fact part of the sale agreement. While we try to ensure measurements are correct they are not guaranteed and purchasers are advised to take their own measurements before ordering any fixtures or fittings.
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