3 bedroom property for sale in Rock Road, Rock, North Cornwall
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• Panoramic views of the Camel Estuary and within striking distance of the water
• Waterfront garden
• Currently 3 bedrooms, 1 family bathroom and further shower room
• Double garage and off-road parking
• Exciting opportunity to renovate or re-develop (subject to the necessary planning permissions)
• In all approximately 0.14 acres (566 sq. m)
Situated in a sought-after and prime position, Stable Cottage occupies one of the most enviable locations in Rock. Just moments from the water, the property presents a unique and exciting opportunity to secure a charming two storey property. For sale for the first time since 1977, the property has been a much-loved family home that could now benefit from some updating. The principal living area is currently arranged on the first floor so that the panoramic estuary views can be enjoyed from the sitting room and balcony. The grounds extend to approximately 0.14 acres (566 sq. mtrs) including off road parking, an enclosed garden to the front of the property and a further private garden located on the other side of the road directly above the beach. Stable Cottage represents an incredibly exciting opportunity to secure this prime position just seconds from the water with immense potential to redevelop (subject to the necessary planning permissions).
The spectacular North Cornish coast enjoys some of the best surf in Britain, and Polzeath, just inside the entrance to the sandy Camel Estuary, is one of the finest surfing beaches in North Cornwall. When tide and weather are against surfing, the sandy estuary of the River Camel, which runs between Padstow to the west and Rock to the east, produces a wonderful playground for sailors and water sports enthusiasts alike, with regular dinghy and shrimper races organised by the nearby Rock Sailing Club and water skiing at the Camel Ski School. The links golf course of St. Enodoc plays host to another sport in a spectacular setting between Rock and Polzeath, beside Brea Hill and St. Enodoc Church, the resting place of the late Sir John Betjeman which are all walkable from Stable Cottage. This is one of Britain’s best loved and most exclusive waterside resorts with activities for all ages. Rock has all the facilities required for day-to-day living, including a wide range of grocery and clothing stores with Wadebridge approximately 6 miles distant offering more extensive facilities. For the food lover, there is a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs locally including; The St Enodoc Hotel and The Mariners Pub in Rock, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s No. 6 in Padstow. The ferry and water taxi make travelling to Padstow both enjoyable and easy.
Mains water ~ electricity ~ drainage. Oil fired central heating.