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2,024 m² Single-family home for sale, 83864, Sandpoint

$649,000

December 10th, 2013 03:50 am
2,024 m²
Bedrooms: 3
Incredible opportunity to own one of Sandpoint's finest locations with Lake views! Unsurpassed Lake and mountain views with custom log home & 20 x 30 shop with heated floors all on 10.48 acreage with hundreds of acres of U.S. government lands almost next door. Excellent 2024sf of timber beam craftsmanship, "floor to ceiling" rock fireplace, 3 bedrooms, an office and doors & trim. Enjoy this property & views from your decks. Public lands (see attached map) & the lake nearby. End of the road privacy w/fruit trees & gardens.
Single-family home for sale, Arizona

$624,900

November 17th, 2012 08:31 am
Bedrooms: 4
Irrigated Acreage in Sedona! Beautiful IRRIGATED land that makes you NOT believe you are in Arizona! Log Cabin home with rock fireplace reaching 30+ feet. Large, picturesque windows and Huge Trees give a feeling of living in a Tree House! Don't let county records fool you: This home was built onto a small mfg. home that you can't even tell is there anymore. (keeps your taxes low) MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE! Large irrigated Green Pastures, Cross Fenced, 3 car garage, Koi Pond, Historical Fruit Trees and More! Ride to Forest Service Trails! Room to store all your Equipment and Toys. NO HOA. This is a little piece of Paradise for the person who wants to live in Sedona, but has COUNTRY in their heart! $624,900.
Single-family home for sale, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805

$580,000

November 17th, 2012 08:31 am
Bedrooms: 4
TIMELESS ELEGANCE INSIDE AND OUT!! TIMELESS ELEGANCE INSIDE AND OUT! Older 2 story 2608 sq ft 4+BD newly painted farm home w/covered porches, surrounded with beautiful shade and fruit trees takes you back in time. This homestead sits on 117 acres with orchards, pasture, timber, year round springs, wildlife, shop & storage buildings, and several old log cabins. Beautiful panoramic views of mountains and pasture top off the complete setting. This is a must see! #22103221 $580,000
1,560 ft² Farm for sale, Hope, ID 83836

$279,921

May 1st, 2015 03:56 am
1,560 ft²
Bedrooms: 3
This attractive log sided home is sure to please with its serene and calming water views from the front, and majestic mountain views from the back. A large garden, fruit trees, seasonal pond, full time creek, large wooded acreage and flat usable property will want to keep you outside full time. Or relax on the back deck and enjoy watching the wildlife. Inside enjoy all the amenities of this 3 BR, 2 Bth single level home - double oven, antique wood cook stove, ample size rooms, and remodeled master bath. The location is a quick trip to the public boat launch or restaurants in Hope. Whether full time or vacation, this home provides the balance of enjoyable elements we all love in North Idaho.
Single-family home for sale, Morristown, TN 37813

$799,900

November 17th, 2012 08:35 am
Bedrooms: 3
Private home, many buildings, working farm with development possibilities. Centrally located. Horse, barn, cattle barn, heavy timber, house has many upgrades including new roof & New Exterior Paint. Home has many upgrades and is like new. Beautiful upgraded Kitchen. Home is wheelchair accessible. Horse riding trails throughout. Plenty of pasture garden, fruit trees, 1800's log cabin on private part of property with spring. Must See. Some pics may show all 168 acres. 55 Adjoining acres available.
House for sale, 37336, Georgetown

$225,000

March 29th, 2014 06:45 am
Bedrooms: 3
Privacy Abounds The Wonderful Cabin Tuck Nicely Near The Center Of Eleven Wooded Rolling Acres. This Property Is In A Lake Community And Walking Distance To The Water. There Is A Boat Ramp And Fishing Area With In The Subdivision. Almost All The Home In This Neighborhood Are On Acreage Tracks. This Property Also Offers Several Types Of Fruit Trees And Flowering Trees And Shrubs. With Plenty Of Color For The Spring And Summer. And You Will Love The Wildlife. The Cabin Boast Of Rustic Charm From The Rocking Chair Front Porch To All The Beautiful Wood Throughout. With Many Updates Too. New Metal Roof, Central Heat And Air. Tile, Paint, Refurbish Hardwood, Just To Name A Few. The Whole Upstairs Is A Master Suite With A Large Sitting Room. With Plenty Of Closets And Storage Space. - Listed by: Prudential RealtyCenter.com - Felicia Hudson
Single-family home for sale, 88053, Pinos Altos

$149,900

March 2nd, 2013 02:25 am
Bedrooms: 2
Completely Remodeled Log Cabin Style HomeThis absolutely charming and completely remodeled log cabin style home is nestled in historic Pinos Altos and overlooks the Gila National forest. Highlights include gorgeous refinished wood flooring, a new high quality Mastercraft metal roof, fresh neutral tone paint throughout, new interior solid wood doors, new metal entry door with window, a high efficiency pellet stove in the living room and completely remodeled bathrooms with one offering a spa tub. The updated island kitchen is open to the living room. The gracious master bedroom offers a walk-in closet and a patio door to the porch. Relax on the covered porch or in the Baja hot tub, or stroll through the completely fenced grassy grounds surrounded by lush trees, including fruit trees and enjoy sweeping mountain views! This impeccable home is in move-in condition!The living room and dining room furniture is also available for sale separately. Located only 10 minutes to Silver City, New Mexico.

$249,000

July 5th, 2015 01:41 pm
2,100 ft²
Bedrooms: 4
There is so much here to list and not enough room to photograph all that is offered. Must come and see! NO REALTORS; CALL ME. FOR SALE BY OWNER. GORGEOUS Paradise-like SETTING ON 80 PRIVATE ACRES One mile long driveway is maintained by owner even further down the drive. NOTE: Price has been lowered from $325K. Seller motivated. Enter a DREAM world of independence, established lifestyle, privacy, and beauty. Walk or RV the many groomed trails, see the deep pond, blinds, many views, There are areas that could be lumbered if desired; many outbuildings for storages,: 14 X 32 tongue and groove heated/AC 'man cave' (rec room) off the garage (photos) large covered firewood shed, chicken coop, horse or cow shed, large garage (30X32) Old log cabin in back yard for storage or restoration. Large equipment outbuilding (20X40). There are 2 separate apple orchards of well- producing pruned trees of many different kinds of apples (red and yellow delicious (planted 8 years ago and bearing abundantly!); Johnathon; Gala, etc..); A 3 yr old Grape Arbor that has just started producing in abundance (Concord); top shape deer blinds and tree stands in place; garden spot; firepit; shooting range; etc Last but definitely not least: The Log Home: Solidly centers in a private field down a gated driveway off of the main drive. It was built from the pines on this land; the Stone Fireplace holds only stones from this property. Built in 1982, it has 5 bedrooms: 4 on lower level (one is used as an office now, and one is in the loft with 3 sided view. Home is 30 X 64 plus a 15' X 14' loft. Home is very well insulated and air tight. There are 3 exit doors; the front door exits to the south covered wrap around deck and the east door exits to the uncovered deck. Deck is built to be able to enclose it easily if you wish. West door by fireplace goes to unattached garage/driveway. This home is easily-heated with just 20 cords of wood in the wood stove through the long, cold winters and the heat of the fireplace is not needed for its warmth; but is a cozy draw in the great room. I have always got up my own wood from this property. It is abundant. I've been hunting here for 40 years and all photos of bucks are from this land. It could be a Hunting Lodge, the Large family/rec room could hold many bunks, plus 5 bedrooms can sleep 10-12 bunked beds. A second living room, could be opened up to make a much larger dining area for potential buyer. This is much more than a log house on 80 acres. It is a homestead; established for independent living from field and forest to meet all your needs right here: deep pond has been stocked in the past; many deer harvested here every year; gardens, fruit trees, blackberries, raspberries, rabbits, new forests of pines and hardwoods as well as areas to be lumbered at will. The land is prime and very special. Private and gated. Move in Ready with newer roof and no need for any repair. Ready for you, and I am willing to negotiate to leave my tractor, and any furniture to make your move easier (even the antique bedroom set). Appliances stay: (propane stove, dishwasher, W/D ). Many furnishings, including antiques, negotiable to stay. Home is Allband fiber optic wired with FAST service (phone and wi-fi internet; TV to be offered by allband soon). Superb neighbors on neighboring lands; mostly seasonal dwellers and one year round. I have always heated solely with Wood Heat as it has been my year round home; but I do have wall propane heaters for back-up. Man Cave is off the Garage and has its own Wood stove and is a beauty! GREAT roomy hang-out space with as step up area counter that can be a bar or a kitchen area; could be rented out as an efficiency apartment or hunting space. This was a gunshop as you can see; now emptied of gun racks and we have a pool table in there; GREAT hang-out; well built. Must see! Pool table negotiable to stay. SEE pictures #13, 22, 23 for this. "Emergency outdoor bathroom is near this 'cave'" Come see the potential for a great established life here for a Hunt Club or family. Eventually more neighboring acreage is likely to become available (2 years) but not at present. I have many more photos but only so many allowed here. Can send more of the rest of the house; but serious buyers encouraged to come and see with appointment. This land has not been available for almost 100 years and it is a real treasure in location/privacy/lifestyle/and living. Not photographed in house: (lack of picture posting room) Laundry room off dining room hall at end; 3 more bedrooms, one of which is an office and in-built large lock closet); closets; loft storage areas (2) and high ceiling loft area over dining hallway can be enclosed for storage or bedroom; and I did not have room for much of kitchen to be shown; the east door is off kitchen. NOT shown of land: 4 well-built log deer blinds in place; tree blinds, LARGE storage building for large equipment (tractors, 4-wheelers in there now) Shed off wood shed has been for lawn mowers (can keep one). Old log cabin in back yard can be refurbished or torn down. We use it for storage. Chicken coop or cow stall is solidly built and actually is like a KOA building; carpeted and can be rented to hunters or fixed for guest cottage too. It has a canning supply storage room next to it that can make this 'koa' larger if you want ...then next to that is a cow or horse stall. Also not shown is a shed for bicycles, etc. We have a large gasoline tank that we have had filled in the past on the property that is not filled now. Not shown: SO many trails that are groomed. So many different views. Field of gradually reforested pines ....6- 18 years old; and the hardwood forests. You need to see it all. (there is an emergency off-grid outhouse behind garage, nicely built)

$599,000

March 1st, 2015 11:29 am
1,620 ft²
Bedrooms: 3
Auto Valuation Disclaimer: Real Estate search engines that offer "automatic value estimations" frequently do not include value for additional lots/acreage or outbuildings. Please consider these discrepancies when viewing the "automatic value estimations". Everything you need here including 13 stalls with room for more, a Covered Arena Barn, Show Barn, Remodeled Main Home, Guest House, and Trail Riding along the Amazon Creek Diversion Channel in West Eugene. Living spaces square footage totals over 2300sf with the main home and guest house/apartment. Location: This property is located just off of Royal Ave, west of Green Hill Rd and boasts a feeling of being way out in the country with expansive views and very few neighbors, but is really just a couple minutes from town. Acreage Description: The lot is level, and useable and seems to drain very well as you'll see when you visit the property. It's currently occupied by 5 horses and 2 mini donkeys. It's not in the flood plain and Sellers have not been required to carry flood insurance. Perimeter and cross fenced featuring hot wire, white board, and no climb horse fencing, and Sellers have put in very nice landscaped areas throughout the property. Home: Very comfortable, clean, and fully remodeled. Higher ceilings than many ranch style homes and Seller says there are 8' tall ceilings in the attic so for additional height, a contractor could potentially add dormers or vault the living room ceiling. This home is set up to be easy to keep clean so you can spend more time in the barn and the property and home are excellent for entertaining with a great open floor plan and easy access to the back patio nestled out of the way of a windy evening. There's a great fire pit back by the barn and just a super comfortable feel and most every window offers an incredible view....including a barn view from the garden window in the kitchen. Some of the remodeling and upgrading includes: 18" of blown in insulation added to attic, granite counter tops, tile and laminate flooring, carpet. New appliances: 2007 Kenmore refrigerator, 2011 Kenmore dishwasher, 2007 Kenmore front loading washer and dryer, 2011 Electrolux oven. Country Woodstove insert, which by the way, is set up to utilize a duct and fan system to push heat to the back of the home. The mudroom has just undergone a nice updating project and is an imperative addition to any country home. Even with the smaller square footage, the home has lots of storage options and kitchen cabinets that really maximize the space. The home also features solid wood doors, nice blinds, and vinyl windows throughout. Outside the home received a new roof in 2006 and exterior paint in 2014. Guest House: This little 700 sq. feet (approx.) 1 bedroom apartment is super versatile offering a full kitchen and bath with tile floor, laundry hook-ups, and living room area. New windows were installed in 2010, the exterior was painted in 2014, and it received a new roof 2011. The free standing wood stove in the living room appears to not be a certified unit so Sellers will have it removed if Buyers don't want to take responsibility for it. This apartment features a carport for parking, a walk in storage area at the back of the carport, as well as a shop with work benches and concrete floor. The Guest House is set up with 220 power so Seller runs an extension cord to the shop for his welder. Sellers believe this is a permitted residence identified with its own address but Buyers are to verify this information with the Lane County. Rental or Lease Agreement: It is Sellers understanding from information from Lane County that the guest house is a legal residence and carries its own address, and would be legal to use as a rental but Buyers are to verify this information with the County. Arena Barn: The equine facilities at this property are truly like a small Kentucky Horse Farm has been introduced to Western Oregon. Sellers have worked extremely hard over the past several years creating comfortable and efficient work spaces in what was already a well thought out facility plan with the centrally located barn accessing all the pastures for easy turn out. The covered arena is 60 x 110 with fill sand footing, lights, and sprinkler system is plumbed but currently not in working order. The east side, usually non weather side, is open air for beautiful views and lots of air flow. There are 9 stalls adjacent to arena. 2 are double stalls (12 x 24) built out with latching back doors, and the arena barn also offers a tack/feed room and storage room. A couple of really cool barn owls occupy the arena barn and keep the bird population down. Breezeway Barn: The breezeway barn is referred to here as "the show barn" and that's exactly what it feels like inside. It offers 4 extra large matted stalls, 16 x 16 and 16 x 18 (1 foaling, 3 oversized) hot water interior wash rack, sink and cabinetry in the kitchen area, feed room, large tractor storage, 9 ton hay loft, and cement floor in the breezeway and tractor storage area. Beautiful Noble Panel stall fronts shine with sliding doors (tops fold down) and the barn is fully enclose-able with removable top barn doors and Noble windows between the stalls. You won't find a more beautifully finished tack room complete with electric fireplace and porcelain tile/wood grain floor. This is an incredible space, adjacent to the covered arena and has become a place to relax and hang out with friends after the riding and chores are done. This would truly make an incredible breeding barn as well. Outside accommodations include a 60' x 60' round corral with sand footing, 7 fully fenced pastures with hot wire, white board, and no-climb fencing. There's a shavings storage bin outside the barn, and plenty of space for truck and trailer parking and turn-arounds. Horse Boarders: Boarders would love to stay. With just 3 boarders, Sellers grossed $10,281 in rents in 2014. Partial care is $175 and full care is $275. There are currently several boarders at the property now that would like to stay and a waiting list of other interested potentials. Please inquire about further details. Buyer is to verify any necessary permits for continued business with Lane County. Amazon Creek Diversion Channel: The Amazon Canal trails leads to a meadow by Fern Ridge Lake. From this property you'd cross Fir Butte Rd to continue to the lake. The South side of the canal is designated for horses and motorized vehicles are allowed on the North Side. Seller says several ladies meet up to ride from different barns along the canal. The City of Eugene maintains and grooms it. Sellers have also seen an occasional carp fisherman and some other area locals say their kids used to play there with kayaks. Shop: Extra deep - 1 car garage shop is insulated and ready with work benches, cement floor, and 220 power is accessible from the Guest House. Fencing: Perimeter and cross fenced consisting no climb horse fencing, white board, and electric. Utilities: High Speed internet for the property is provided by Comcast. Electricity is provided by EWEB. Garbage Service is Sanipac 4 Exterior Security lights. New panel box to code with RV plug installed in 2014 but no access to septic dumping. The barn and main home are on the same electric meter and $250 has been their highest winter bill with barn included. The Guest House is on its own meter. Domestic Water: We could not locate an Oregon State well log for this property. Sellers say they have incredible water flow and have used it to water lawns & fill an above ground pool with water turned on continuously for more than 20 hours. The well head is located in the pump house next to the gate in the back yard that heads to the barn lot. Irrigation: A water use contract for irrigation MIGHT be obtained through Bureau of Reclamation. Mr. Bill Parks, BoR representative (208 378-5344) explained the process is a fairly simple, 2 page application process that is likely to be approved. However the applicant would still need to apply for a point of diversion permit with the state of Oregon. Please inquire for additional details. Septic: The septic tank for the main house goes to a septic tank located at the east end of the home, and then to drain field which sellers believe heads northeast., The system for the apartment goes to a sewage pump located in the back yard and then to the main house septic system. Land Production: As you can see in the east side of the back yard where another horse pasture might be added, the grass on this property grows extremely well...and very thick and lush for some seriously intense grazing possibilities. Also, very conveniently, the Sellers purchase grass hay from Gary Horke, right around the corner and down the street and he'll deliver and stack it right in the barn. There's also a blueberry farm around the corner to take advantage of in the summer time. Trees: The Sellers have also planted many new trees including: Dogwood, Laurel, Birch, Pine, Spruce, Golden Chain. Fruit trees on the property consist of plums, apples, and cherries. Wildlife: Barn owls, keep the birds down. Sellers have seen fox, deer, wild bunnies and an outstanding amount of interesting birds! Apparently this property sits close to a bird refuge so there's plenty of bird watching fun. Summary: The privacy is amazing here with vacant land on almost all sides and really only one visible neighbor. The property across the street to the south is owned by EWEB so is nicely maintained. The property is in the flight path for the Eugene Airport so if you don't like airplanes this one may not be for you. Sellers explain that it's become entertainment that they don't even notice most of the time and it's not as busy as people may think. There are also large power lines that cross over the NW pasture on the property. This truly is an incredible place. The location is wonderful with quick and easy access to the Beltline, Hwy 99, and Hwy 126 with hardly any traffic passing your place.

$215,846

February 11th, 2015 03:48 pm
Bedrooms: 1
A character detached stone cottage on the outskirts of Cwm Cou village presented in nice order, briefly comprising kitchen / diner, lounge with feature inglenook fireplace, bathroom, bedroom, stairs up to a large attic room (currently used as an office and overflow accomm), lawned gardens with vegetable patch, garage / workshop, off street parking for 3 cars, very useful FULLY SELF CONTAINED CABIN in the gardens, all located just 10 mins drive from the beach at Aberporth. ACCOMMODATION Entrance via front door into: KITCHEN 4.00m(13'1'') x 3.20m(10'6'') With window to the front and side, a range of wall and base units, oil-fired Rayburn serving the domestic hot water and central heating, stainless steel sink/drainer unit, LPG cooker point, Quarry tiled floor, painted stone walls. OTHER VIEW OF KITCHEN LOUNGE 4.00m(13'1'') x 5.00m(16'5'') into inglenook With window to the front, feature large inglenook fireplace with beam over and housing a multi-fuel stove with brick chimney, Quarry tiled floor, painted stone walls, staircase to first floor, under-stairs storage cubpoard, beams to ceiling. VIEW OF LOUNGE FROM STAIRS HALL With Quarry tiled floor, radiator. BATHROOM 3.00m(9'10'') x 2.10m(6'11'') With window to the front, original cast iron fireplace with timber surround (not working), panelled bath with shower over, wash hand basin, low level flush WC, Quarry tiled floor, pine cupboard, radiator. BEDROOM 4.85m(15'11'') x 2.80m(9'2'') With Quarry tiled floor, window to side and window to rear, access to loft space, radiator. UTILITY 2.90m(9'6'') x 1.70m(5'7'') With Quarry tiled flooring, window to side, space and plumbing for washing machine, door to front. FIRST FLOOR Accessed via staircase in lounge and giving access to: ATTIC ROOM 7.50m(24'7'') x 1.70m(5'7'') A good sized area with exposed A frame trusses, used by the current owners as an office and spare overflow accommodation, 2 roof lights to the rear, under-eaves storage, restricted headroom. ANOTHER VIEW OF ATTIC ROOM EXTERNALLY The property is approached via a driveway providing parking for 3 vehicles which leads to a WORKSHOP/STORE which is of block construction clad with timber and with power and lighting connected. To the side of the drive & workshop is a strip of garden with fruit trees/soft fruit bushes. Most of the garden lies to the front of the property, away from the road. It is south-facing and has lovely views over open countryside. Most of the garden currently produces vegetables & herbs - there are also lawned areas and flower borders Beyond the main garden area is a further area with polytunnel, a further vegetable plot and a timber cabin. DETACHED GARAGE & PARKING MORE GARDEN VIEWS MORE GARDEN VIEWS REAR VIEW OF CROESFER USEFUL LOG STORE TIMBER CABIN This timber cabin is used to provide guest accommodation and has studio-style living area with kitchenette and a small shower room with WC and wash hand basin. Power, lighting and drainage connected. To the front of the cabin is a veranda area providing a lovely relaxing outside space. To the rear of the cabin is a lean-to wood store. GARDEN AREA WITH CABIN INSIDE OF CABIN INSIDE OF CABIN GENERAL INFORMATION View: By appointment with the Agents Services: We have not checked or tested any of the Services or Appliances Tenure: Tax: Band OTHER SERVICES OFFERED ** MORTGAGE ADVICE ** ** CONVEYANCING ** ** SURVEYS ** Please contact West Wales Properties office for further details. FLOOR PLAN IMPORTANT NOTICE These particulars have been prepared in all good faith to give a fair overall view of the property. If there is any point which is of specific importance to you, please check with us first, particularly if travelling some distance to view the property. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise. Services, appliances and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested, and no warranty can therefore be given. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase. Any areas, measurements or distances are given as a guide only and are not precise. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings. We would like to point out that all photographs are taken with a digital camera. PLEASE NOTE: The vendors of this property have advised that a TREE PRESERVATION ORDER is in place on a Yew Tree in the gardens. WMC/DCC/0614/18.06.14DCC These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidanceand do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise asto their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. All viewings and negotiations must be made through the Company or you could be liable for our fees. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t2471513/
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$239,950

September 17th, 2013 01:37 am
Bedrooms: 3
Just a few moments walk from the excellent day to day amenities within the highly sought-after village of Constantine, close to the northern banks of the Helford River and just seven miles from the port of Falmouth, a double fronted cottage providing improved and beautifully presented three-bedroomed accommodation with much charm and character, two reception rooms and an attractive, well-enclosed and level rear garden. THE PROPERTY Middle of a short terrace of three, number 3 Well Lane is an attractive double-fronted stone cottage, re-roofed in natural state providing versatile three-bedroomed accommodation with many attractive and charming features including exposed stone walling, beamed ceilings, lounge with magnificent inglenook fireplace and Stovax log burner, attractivley fitted kitchen with cream painted units, dining area with built-in bench seating, oak and slate floors, white 'Heritage' bathroom suite, and high quality recently installed sash windows with sealed-unit double glazing. Rear gardens are a particular feature of the property and comprise a large paved patio, shrub borders, a deep level lawn and timber store. The rear facing rooms, particularly from the first floor enjoy and attractive outlook over the gardens and the outskirts of the village to surrounding unspoilt countryside. THE LOCATION Well Lane is located just off the centre of the highly sought-after village of Constantine whose excellent day to day amenities, including two village stores, church, doctors surgery, dentist, hairdressers, public house, sports club, primary school and community hall, the Tolman Centre, are all within just a few minutes walk away. From the foot of Well Lane there is a picturesque walk along a beautiful wooded valley to Polwheveral Creek and the Helford River. The excellent sailing facilities of the Helford River are readily accessed from the nearby Port Navas, Helford Passage and Gweek approximately two miles distant. The port of Falmouth with growing university campus at Tremough, is approximately seven miles distant, Helston is a fifteen minute drive away and the cathedral city of Truro, the county's legal, administrative and retail centre, can be reached within approximately thirty minutes. THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (All dimensions being approximate) LOUNGE 3.23m(10'7'') x 4.84m(15'11'') A particularly well-proportioned room with 2.65m ceiling height with exposed timber beams. Quality oak panelled front entrance door with leaded glass inserts. Sash window with sealed unit double glazing to the front elevation with fitted window seat. Magnificent central red brick and granite fireplace with lintel, slate hearth, timber mantel and glass fronted Stovax log burner. High level cupboard housing electric meters and modern trip switching. Oak flooring, T.V aerial lead, timber staircase with turned balustrade and exposed stone walling rising to the first floor landing. STUDY 2.65m(8'8'') x 2.53m(8'4'') Replacement sealed unit double glazed sash window to the front elevation. Brick and stone fireplace with tiled hearth and timber mantel. Oak flooring, telephone point. An adaptable room currently fitted with a built-in cabin-style bed. KITCHEN 2.87m(9'5'') x 2.30m(7'7'') Fully fitted with a comprehensive range of cream painted wall and base units with timber-edged tiled worksurfaces between with part exposed stone walling and concealed pelmet lighting. Inset stainless steel sink unit with broad former window reveal and doorway to the dining area. Exposed beam ceiling, cooker recess with stainless steel splashback and Franke illuminated filter canopy over. Slate flooring. DINING AREA 4.04m(13'3'') x 1.93m(6'4'') Pitched uPVC double glazed ceiling with blinds. Sash window to the rear elevation overlooking the gardens. Built in 'settle' bench seating. Slate flooring throughout. Part glazed rear entrance door leading onto the gardens, 'utility recess' with space for a tall fridge freezer and automatic washing machine with plumbing provided. BATHROOM/WC Most attractively appointed with a quality white 'Heritage' suite comprising a low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with instant shower over. Walls tiled to dado height, painted timber-panelled ceiling, heated stainless steel towel rail, electric convector heater, slate flooring, sash window to the rear elevation. FIRST FLOOR LANDING Sash window to the rear elevation enjoying lovely far-reaching views over the rear garden to surrounding countryside. Staircase with exposed stone wall rising from the lounge, access to over head loft storage area, traditional solid pine panelled doors to the bedrooms:- BEDROOM ONE 2.96m(9'9'') x 4.09m(13'5'') Sash window with sealed unit double glazing to the front elevation, built in airing cupboard with foam lagged hot water cylinder, immersion heater and slated linen shelving. T.V aerial socket. BEDROOM TWO 2.94m(9'8'') x 2.75m(9'0'') Sash window with sealed unit double glazing to the front elevation. BEDROOM THREE 2.01m(6'7'') x 2.07m(6'10'') Sash window to the rear elevation again enjoying far-reaching views over the village to unspoilt surrounding countryside. Exposed stone window reveals. THE EXTERIOR REAR GARDEN A particularly attractive feature of the property, comprising a large paved patio, ideal outside dining etc, with rockery edged flower and shurb border. Timber archway leading onto a particulary well-enclosed area with level lawn and various mature trees and shrubs including Dracaena palm, camellias and plum tree. Useful timber garden store 2.35m x 1.76m. GENERAL INFORMATION SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Telephone points are subject to suppliers regulations. COUNCIL TAX Band C - Cornwall Council. TENURE Freehold. EPC RATING E39. POSSESSION Vacant possession upon completion of the purchase. VIEWING Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors' Sole Agents - Laskowski & Company, 28 High Street, Falmouth, TR11 2AD. Telephone: . FLOOR PLAN For identification purposes only - not to scale. These particulars have been prepared as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. Although every effort has been made to provide a fair and reasonable description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out in relation to the building, services, appliances and any fixtures and fittings. All measurements, dimensions, acreages and distances are approximate and should not be relied upon for accuracy. All buyers should rely on their own surveys and investigations in connection with a purchase of the property.

$1,613,300

February 11th, 2015 12:59 pm
Bedrooms: 5
Laddingford Farm Oast is situated in a secluded position, close to the centre of Laddingford Village and within access of excellent grammar, private schools and primary schools. The barn is believed to date back approximately 450 years and we understand it was converted in 1979. The owners have informed us there are two oasts that date back to early Victorian times and one oast of solid brick dating back to the late Victorian era. Approximately 25 years ago there was an additional Swedish log cabin constructed to the rear which houses an indoor swimming pool. Internally, there are many period features such as exposed beams and timbers, full height windows, feature fireplaces and Travertine tiled flooring. There is extensive accommodation measuring over 3700 square feet and to the exterior, fabulous secluded gardens and paddocks backing onto local farms of considerable acreage. There is a timber stable block comprising of workshop, tractor store and stable and to the front a studio with vaulted ceiling and triple garaging to side. (Subject to planning consents this area could be converted to meet the new owners requirements). This is all accessed via a long gravel driveway leading to parking for numerous vehicles. Laddingford Village is situated approximately 7 miles from the County Town of Maidstone and is located approximately 8.5 miles from West Malling Village, plus Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells are approximately 10 miles away. The local Village of Paddock Wood also offers excellent shopping facilities, a Waitrose, a butcher, a baker, banks, cafes, plus excellent access to London Bridge and Charing Cross via the mainline railway station, which also offers ample parking. There are many excellent and acclaimed schools within the local area, all accessible via school bus services. There is the private Rose Hill school in Tunbridge Wells, Sutton Valence School, Hilden Oaks and Hilden Grange preparatory schools and Somerhill School in Tonbridge. There is also Maidstone Girls and Boys Grammar Schools, Skinners Boys Grammar and Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar Schools, Judd Boys Grammar and Weald of Kent Girls Grammar and Tonbridge Girls Grammar and Dulwich Preparatory School in Cranbrook. There are also excellent local primary schools in Laddingford itself, plus Yalding. There are excellent motorway links, the M25 and M20 within close proximity offering services to Gatwick, Heathrow and the Channel Tunnel Terminals. ENTRANCE PORCH Main door: HALLWAY Travertine tiled floor, exposed beams, encased radiators MAIN RECEPTION ROOM Feature fireplace with log burner, bressummer beam over, exposed timbers, access to rear garden. ROUNDEL RECEPTION ROOM Exposed beam, door to: SWIMMING POOL With solid walls, four doors opening to Garden, plus changing room. FROM MAIN HALLWAY: DOWNSTAIRS WC Wash hand basin, Travertine floor, inset WC. ROUNDEL DINING ROOM Exposed beams. KITCHEN ROUNDEL Integrated kitchen units, Aga, butler sink, two integrated fridges, intergrated freezer, tiled floor, centre island. SNUG/RECEPTION ROOM Door to Lobby, Rear Garden, tiled floor exposed beams. FROM MAIN HALLWAY, STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING Further beams. DRESSING AREA ROUNDEL Integrated wardrobes. SEPARATE BATHROOM With inset bath, wash hand basin. Separate enclosed WC. STAIRS TO MASTER BEDROOM ROUNDEL Views over rear garden, eaves storage cupboard. FROM MAIN GALLERIED LANDING FAMILY BATHROOM Inset bath, close couple WC, wash hand basin. BEDROOM TWO ROUNDEL Views over garden. EN-SUITE BATHROOM Incorporating free standing bath, wash hand basin, inset shower cubicle, inset WC. BEDROOM THREE ROUNDEL Exposed beams, built-in wardrobe. BEDROOM FOUR Built-in wardrobes, exposed beam. BEDROOM FIVE EXTERIOR Extensive grounds measuring over two acres, orchards and paddock area. The grounds back onto local farmland and the current owners have informed us they purchased the orchard within the occupation of their property. There is an extensive patio area to the rear of the house, ideal for entertaining with a feature ornamental pond. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a variety of established plant and fruit trees, and further trees. Plus, there is a stable workshop and tractor shed. To Front: The house is approached over a secluded long driveway with a pair of electric wrought iron gates leading to garaging and additional parking for numerous vehicles. The studio features a vaulted ceiling and is linked to triple garaging with power and light. For more details and extra information please contact Fine & Country on . . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t2977998/

$593,742

February 11th, 2014 08:26 am
Bedrooms: 5
DESCRIPTION Sitting in the kitchen sipping an early morning coffee you can look out and see your own horses... in your own fields... with your own stables on hand. A perfect recipe for keen equestrians. EPC rating TBA. Mill Wheel Cottage has a fascinating history. We think it was originally a collection of barns associated with the mill house next door, which was converted into a single story dwelling in the 1970s. The present owners have since dramatically improved the property, modernising it in line with current day requirements at the same time as enhancing its character. The accommodation is so versatile and can only be appreciated from an inspection; it is plenty big enough for a family but could equally suit dual occupation (as it is now). There are in effect two wings, each with kitchens and bathrooms, so you could use it as two separate homes, with the central hall connecting each wing. Equally a family with children will find there's plenty of space to spread out so there's something for everyone here - and most importantly including equestrians! It is rare to find a property in this price range where the paddocks and stabling are right by the house, and Mill Wheel Cottage is just so in this respect, you can literally see your horses from almost every room at the rear of the property... but it doesn't stop there... a lovely addition is an excellent log cabin, insulated, double glazed and heated, used as great overflow accommodation, playroom and gym. The L shaped stable block includes 3 stables, a hay barn and tack room together with an enclosed yard and separate side access to the lane. The associated paddocks are at the rear and in addition there is an organic garden and plenty of parking. The last 'wow' factor is the fabulous view at the rear, straight across to Crook Peak and Wavering Down. We have noticed... Tremendous value at under £500, 000 with over 3.5 acres, great stabling and tremendous versatility - the views must be seen - they really are lovely. If you have horses you will not be disappointed and even if you don't, then there is space for sheep, goats, chickens... and the 'good life'! Our vendor says... Mill Wheel Cottage is a magical cosy and quirky self contained little haven. It is a self sufficiency enthusiast's paradise! The property is blessed with the most glorious views and our horses can be seen from virtually every room in the property, need we say more! DIRECTIONS Travelling on the A38 from Bristol proceed past the turning left for Axbridge & Wells and on down the hill passing through Cross & Biddisham. Mill Wheel Cottage is on the right hand side just before the Mill House, with a Debbie Fortune Estate Agents' For Sale board. SITUATION The hamlet of Tarnock is in a convenient location in an area of great scenic beauty on the Somerset levels, with spectacular views of Crook Peak and surrounding countryside. Exceptionally convenient for commuters the property is easily accessible to Bristol to the north, Wells to the east and the M5 interchange (junction 22) a few miles to the south. Bristol Airport is also within easy daily reach. Schooling in the area is well regarded and popular with primary schooling at We are First School and secondary at High Sexes at Black ford. Private schooling is also catered for at Wells and Sid cot, both highly regarded. The countryside around is stunning, the Somerset Levels are well known as an area of great historical and natural interest, whilst the Mendip Hills to the north provide a dramatic back drop. A 10 minute horse box trip would give you access to wonderful bridle paths, and there are plenty of lovely walks in the vicinity. PROPERTY DETAILS Solid oak front door to: RECEPTION HALL Space for coats & boots, wood effect floor. From here you turn right and a door leads to: INNER HALL 4' 10" x 2' 10" (1.47m x 0.86m) Door to: LOUNGE 16' 7" x 12' 0" (5.05m x 3.66m) A light & bright room with dual aspect double glazed leaded light windows. Fitted 'Villager' wood burning stove, flagstone hearth, wood effect floor, feature beams, television point, 2 wall light points, door to: KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 16' 6" x 9' 11" (5.03m x 3.02m) Fitted with a range of country pine base and matching wall units with rolled edge granite effect worktops and tiled splash backs. Features include single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space for cooker, plumbing for washing machine. Tiled floor, night storage heater, 2 wall light points, solid oak stable door to: REAR PORCH 6' 2" x 4' 4" (1.88m x 1.32m) Constructed almost as a greenhouse with a slate floor and a sliding door to the garden, leaded light double glazed window. REAR HALL 9' 7" x 4' 3" (2.92m x 1.3m) Door to: BEDROOM 1 11' 11" x 9' 8" (3.63m x 2.95m) Leaded light double glazed window with lovely views, night storage heater. BEDROOM 2 13' 2" x 9' 5" (4.01m x 2.87m) Leaded light double glazed window with lovely views, television point, night storage heater. JACK/JILL BATHROOM 10' 1" x 5' 3" (3.07m x 1.6m) With doors to the reception hall and to bedroom 2. Fitted with white and chrome suite of panelled bath with Triton independent shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, wood effect floor, exposed stone wall, shaver point, spotlights, extractor fan, solid oak beams painted mahogany, night storage heater, window to rear with obscured glass, corner shelved airing cupboard with heater. Further door from rear hall to: THE SOUTH WING This could either be part of the main accommodation, creating more bedrooms or could be used as an annexe. LOUNGE 22' 0" max x 12' 0" (6.71m x 3.66m) A room of tremendous character with feature beams, natural stone work and a beautiful corner fireplace with heavy beam over and incorporating 'Villager' wood burning stove, 3 wall light points, television point, night storage heater. DINING AREA 7' 0" x 6' 2" max (2.13m x 1.88m) To one side in a pretty wedge shaped 'nook' with a large window and wall light point. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 12' 1" x 10' 9" (3.68m x 3.28m) Fitted with a range of 'oak' finish base and matching wall units with rolled edge marble effect worktops and tiled splash backs. Features include space for fridge freezer and cooker, single drainer 1.5 bowl inset sink, window to front. Beamed ceiling, tiled floor, night storage heater. REAR PORCH 9' 3" x 4' 0" (2.82m x 1.22m) Door to outside, exposed stone wall. Glazed door from kitchen to: INNER HALL 10' 0" x 3' 5" (3.05m x 1.04m) Night storage heater, access to loft space, wood effect floor. measurements exclude built in shelved airing cupboard housing lagged hot water cylinder. BATHROOM 10' 0" x 8' 2" (3.05m x 2.49m) Fitted with white and chrome suite of panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled shower cubicle with Mira independent shower over, tiled floor and walls, night storage heater, shaver point, window with obscured glass. BEDROOM 3 12' 2" x 12' 5" (3.71m x 3.78m) measurements include range of fitted wardrobes Night storage heater, 2 leaded light window to front. Door from lounge to: INNER HALL 9' 0" x 5' 0" (2.74m x 1.52m) measurements exclude range of built in storage cupboards Access to loft space. BEDROOM 4 15' 10" x 9' 1" (4.83m x 2.77m) max. measurements include range of built in storage wardrobe Dual aspect windows, night storage heater. BEDROOM 5 / STUDY 13' 11" x 9' 2" max (4.24m x 2.79m) Night storage heater, large window to garden, door to garden, door to: EN SUITE CLOAKROOM 8' 8"max x 3' 11"max (2.64m x 1.19m) Fitted white and chrome suite of low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, fitted water heater, panel heater, painted stone wall, window with obscured glass, extractor fan, plumbing for washing machine. OUTSIDE Mill Wheel Cottage is set in grounds of around 3.6 acres. To the front a wide pair of wrought iron gates leads to a tarmac and gravel driveway giving plenty of parking and turning space. To the side of here is a lawned area with an organic vegetable garden, greenhouse, sheds, orchard area with fruit trees, mature trees and an additional area of hard standing. There is also a chicken run with a predator proof enclosure. Here there is also a pair of wide galvanised gates leading to the paddock. Immediately to the side of the property there is a wrought iron gate to an enclosed side garden with shed and log store, and a gravel path that leads to the rear garden, which is level and laid to lawn and is bordered by post and rail fencing. To the side of here is a wonderful addition, the: LOG CABIN 18' 9" x 12' 2" (5.72m x 3.71m) This building it is in fact very substantial, double glazed and insulated, finished inside in natural wood, including floor, walls and ceiling and with light and power, and has heating. Measurements include a en suite cloakroom - low level WC, wash hand basin, water heater, window, heater. A gravel path leads to a small gravel seating area beyond which is a further formal garden area, laid to flagstones with raised flower/shrub borders and post/rail fencing. There is a greenhouse to one side and further pedestrian gate leading to grassed yard. Here there is an open: TRACTOR STORE/SHED Also have power and lighting and a 5 bar gate giving access to the lane at the side. Beyond here is the fenced: STABLE YARD enclosed with power and lighting. STABLE BLOCK Comprising. 3 STABLES 11' 9" x 11' 9" (3.6m x 3.6m) Each HAY BARN 14' 9" x 11' 9" (4.5m x 3.6m) TACK ROOM 11' 9" x 5' 10" (3.6m x 1.8m) Beyond here are the two paddocks, bordered by post/rail fencing and mature ... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1174926/
House for sale, Par, Cornwall, UK

$1,019,558

April 4th, 2013 06:16 am
Bedrooms: 6
A six bedroom, Grade II listed, newly renovated Cornish farmhouse located within three acres of its own land set in a valley beside the popular village of Tywardreath, a few miles from Fowey. There are barns with planning permission to create four holiday cottages and there are also further outbuildings providing excellent storage as well as a paddock, numerous vegetable gardens, a duck pond and gardens. Entrance Hall Slate floor, original painted wooden beam ceiling, a wooden sash window to the front of the house and a smaller wooden window looking onto the rear garden. A wood burning stove is set on a slate hearth in a recessed chimney and there is a telephone point and stairs rising to the first floor. Cloakroom Painted wooden panel door gives access to low level WC, wash hand basin and a stone floor. Kitchen / Dining Room Huge dual aspect kitchen with windows looking to the front of the house and onto the rear garden. The room has a tiled floor with a wood burning stove set on a slate hearth at one end, at the other is a built-in wooden painted kitchen with wooden work surface and double ceramic sink with mixer tap. There is space for a gas range with a built-in extractor fan and space for a fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is a further work surface with a small ceramic sink with mixer tap, built-in cupboard and space for a further fridge. Built-in larder cupboards with wooden panelled doors and the whole room has a superb painted beam ceiling. A door leads to the garden and another to:- Boot Room and Wash Room An undercover area with polycarbonate roof providing access to the gardens. This area is used as a boot store and provides covered access to the washroom. There is plumbing for a washing machine, space for a separate drier and built-in work surface and Belfast sink. There are built in cupboards, a low level WC, tiled floor and space for a further freezer. In the corner of the room is a fully tiled shower. Sitting Room Beautiful dual aspect room with wooden sash window set in a large bay looking onto the front garden, there is a further large double glazed uPVC window looking onto the rear garden. A wood burning stove is set in the large recess chimney with slate hearth. Study Wooden floor, television point. Floor to ceiling uPVC double glazed sliding door with large panes that provide views and access onto the rear garden, wooden floorboards, a built-in safe and built-in wooden cupboards and desks with bookcases above. Telephone point. Snug A uPVC window looking onto the rear garden and further floor to ceiling uPVC sliding doors with large double glazed panes giving access onto the garden. A wood burning stove is set in a chimney recess with exposed wooden lintel over, some exposed stone work. From the entrance hall, wooden stairs rise to the first floor landing where a wooden sash window looks over the courtyard to the stone barns and painted panel doors give access into:- Bedroom One A large uPVC double glazed window looking over the rear garden and down the valley, wooden floorboards and a wooden panel door that give access into a dressing room with uPVC double glazed window, exposed wooden lintel beam. Bedroom Two A wooden window with glazed panes looking onto the rear garden. This room also has access into the dressing room Bedroom Three uPVC double glazed window looking onto the rear garden, and double wooden panel doors that give access into a huge cupboard with built-in shelves. Bedroom Four A dual aspect room with window looking onto the front garden and a further uPVC double glazed window looking onto the rear garden. Wooden floorboards. Bathroom Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a bath with Victorian style mixer tap and hand held shower attachment. Large walk-in fully tiled shower with glass wall and tiled floor. Wooden frosted window, built-in shelving, a wall mounted electric heater and underfloor heating. From the main landing, a further panelled wooden door gives access into a second landing area with two windows looking onto the rear courtyard and panel doors that give access into:- Bedroom Five uPVC double glazed window looking onto the rear garden. Bedroom Six A dual aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows looking to the front and to the rear of the house. A wooden door gives access to a set of external stairs that lead down to the side of the house. Exposed wooden beams, television point. Parking Newhouse Farm is approached by its own driveway that leads out onto a large concrete hard standing with space for numerous cars. Attached to the side of the house is a single garage with double wooden doors and electric power and light. Beyond the garage accessed either through an open window or through a side door, there is a further outhouse providing excellent storage. Outbuildings Set across the courtyard from the main farmhouse are a range of stone barns, two of which have been restored for use as a venue for courses and a studio. The barns have planning permission to be turned into four holiday cottages. Additional buildings include a Pole barn, a large potting shed, a log cabin, two greenhouses and a polytunnel. The Grounds The extensive and varied grounds at Newhouse Farm are divided into a number of main areas which include:- *A paddock set behind original stone walls with mature hedging below the church. There is a part underground stream that flows under the paddock down to the lower vegetable area which has been used by the present owner with the use of a raised conduit to power the water wheel. Part of the paddock has been used for vegetable growing and there is a large greenhouse with a PV solar panel. The remainder of the paddock has previously been used for keeping pigs and turkeys. Next to the vegetable patch is a number of mature fruit trees. *A kitchen / garden area is located to the side of the house with a polytunnel. *A duck pond is located below the kitchen garden and is fed by a stream that flows through the paddock. *A South facing vineyard of 50 vines with a number of tea bushes. *A willow coppice. *Formal gardens with lawns and mature trees and plants. Renewable Energy Sources When the present owners bought the farm in 2005, it starred in a television programme, Its not easy being green during which the owners set about renovating this beautiful old Cornish farmhouse into their family home while also making it energy efficient using as many green energy saving initiatives as possible. During their ownership, they have introduced the following:- *A waterwheel located beside the driveway on entering Newhouse Farm which provides electricity for the lights within the farm. *Located on the new roof of one of the barns is a state of the art PV solar panel system connected to the national grid providing solar electricity. *The greenhouses are heated using a heat sink powered by a small PV solar panel. *Two wind turbines located in the main garden and down by the spring. One provides power to the house and national grid, the other provides power to a stand alone system, pumping spring water to the house. *The third barn houses a bio-diesel plant which is available with the house. This plant uses cooking oil to create bio-diesel to power cars and other diesel engines. *In the grounds there is a natural spring which provides spring water for systems other than the kitchen taps. This is pumped to the house using either solar or wind power. Property Ref:152_903_2742973. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2381564/

$587,745

February 14th, 2014 08:38 pm
Bedrooms: 4
SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION Entrance Hall, Living Room, Two Bedrooms, Kitchen, Bathroom, Conservatory with internal access to Garage. ANNEXE ACCOMMODATION Ground Floor Utility Room, Lounge, Kitchen, Cloakroom, and Boiler Room. First Floor Two Bedrooms ( master with en suite), Study and a Bathroom. THE PROPERTY A truly fabulous opportunity to acquire an extremely versatile detached 4 bedroomed, 3 bath/ shower roomed house, which includes an impressive self contained annexe, together with a generous riverside garden, a superb 6 acre (approximate) paddock enjoying mesmerising views over unspoilt rolling countryside. This unique property will appeal to equestrian / small holding/ and investment buyers. The property lends itself for dual occupancy ( the annexe can be accessed internally from the main house at the end of the hallway with a door leading through, as well as it's own front external door) . It would undoubtedly suit dependent relatives etc wishing to reside in this attractive rural location, where Helston is only a short drive away. Millbrook has painted external elevations, UPVC double glazed windows, under a pitched tiled roof and the property is warmed by oil fired central heating.The property enjoys a well stocked garden with many specimen plants including a magnificent Japanese acer. An additional detached garage is to be found opposite the property, together with the riverside garden having an abundance of specimen plants, shrubs, fruit vines, trees and a feature pond . The stream meanders along the garden boundary, enhancing this magical setting which has a profusion of wildlife. The garden has a wooden built summerhouse, stables, various sheds and a greenhouse. Further along the lane a gorgeous paddock is to be found enjoying amazing far reaching sylvan rural valley views. In all, the paddock is approximately six acres and gently slopes down to the river. The paddock enjoys two double field shelters and sand school. THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES The property is accessed from the main driveway which has ample private off road parking, and ascends to the covered storm porch with a UPVC double glazed front door leading to the entrance hallway. ( All dimensions and floor plans are approximate) Entrance Hall Radiator, telephone point, ceiling lighting, door into annexe and further doors off to :- Living Room 24'11' x 10'8' ( into bay window recess) A double aspect room with views out onto the front garden. Multi fuel log burner with a slate hearth and surround. Two radiators, TV and telephone point and ceiling lighting. Kitchen 13'10' x 10'6' A selection of light wood effect base and wall units with a melamine worktop. Stainless steel drainer sink with a mono mixer tap. Space and plumbing provided for electric cooker and dishwasher. Extractor hood above the cooker space. Radiator, vinyl floor, window, Hardwood glazed doors lead out into conservatory. Conservatory 16'2' x 6'4' UPVC double glazed two sided conservatory with a mono sloping roof. Laminate floor, wall lighting, external door to rear footpath, and glazed door to garage. Garage 15'2' x 9' Metal up and over door, power and light fitted. Bedroom 1 11'8' x 10'8' Feature bay window overlooking the front garden aspect. Radiator and wall lighting. Bedroom 2 11'3' x 10'8' Window overlooking the garden aspect. Radiator and ceiling light. Bathroom A four piece white suite comprising a panelled bath with mono mixer tap and shower attachment. Corner electric shower unit with folding doors. Low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with illuminated vanity mirror above including a shaver point. Ceramic tiling to walls, chrome towel radiator, wall mounted electric heater, opaque window and ceiling lighting. ANNEXE The annexe is externally approached from the side of the property leading to the front UPVC door into the utility room. Utility Room 10'5' x 5'5' A double aspect room including a circular window overlooking the garden aspect. Stainless steel drainer sink, and space provided for washing machine. Electric fuse board, tiled floor, ceiling light and opening into a storage area. Glazed door ino the lounge. Lounge 15'5' x 14'10' Log burner on a polished granite hearth. Window overlooking the front garden, radiator, wall and inset ceiling lighting, Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Laminate flooring, TV and telephone point. Staircase to first floor, and door to kitchen. Kitchen 12'5' x 8'9' A well designed kitchen comprising a selection of limed oak base and wall units with antique styled crazed ceramic door handles, with a complementing granite effect work surface. Inset one and a half stainless steel drainer sink with mono mixer tap. Inset induction hob with extractor canopy above with a glass and ceramic tiled splash back. Integrated high level electric double oven, fridge, freezer, and dishwasher. Ceramic tiled floor, chrome towel radiator and ceiling lighting. Window overlooking the side garden. Cloakroom 6'7' x 5' Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Opaque window, chrome towel radiator, and tiled floor. Door to the adjacent boiler room. Boiler Room 7'x2'8' A 'Grant' floor mounted oil fired boiler, and a hot water storage tank. Tiled floor, opaque window and ceiling light. Staircase A closed tread carpeted staircase ascending to the first floor landing. Landing Loft access hatch, smoke detector and doors off to :- Bedroom 4 17'10' x 8'10' plus 11'7' x 6'7' An 'L' shaped bedroom with sloping ceilings, three velux windows overlooking the gardens and neighbouring fields. Radiator, eaves storage cupboard, plus a built in airing storage cupboard. Inset lighting. Shower Room 7'11' x 6'1' A three piece white modern suite comprising a corner shower unit with a curved glazed screen. Wash hand basin with mono mixer tap. Low level WC. Velux window, ceramic tiling to walls and floor. Towel radiator and inset ceiling lighting. Study 10'2' x 6'4' Sloping ceiling, telephone point and velux window enjoying rural rear views. Bedroom 3 with Ensuite 14'8' x 17'6' plus 3'x2'8' A stunning double aspect bedroom with views over the garden and neighbouring fields. Fitted quality ' Sharpes' wardrobes. Eaves storage cupboards, telephone and Sky points. Radiator and part sloping ceiling. Inset ceiling lighting. En Suite A fabulous contemporary four piece suite comprising a classic style free standing slipper bath with complementing ball and clawed feet. Shower unit with a curved glazed screen, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mono mixer tap and illuminated vanity mirror above with a shaver point. Attractive ceramic tiling to walls and floor. Towel rail radiator, velux window and inset ceiling lighting. OUTSIDE Storage outbuilding. 21'9' x 6'8' A useful outbuilding, with power and light fitted. Close by, is another small outbuilding which has plumbing provided for a washing machine. Also an external WC is located at the rear of the property. Detached garage 28'5' x 11' ( external measurements) Metal up and over access door and side window. Agents Note The above property details should be considered as a general guide only for prospective purchasers. We would like to bring to the attention of any purchaser that we have endeavoured to provide a realistic description of the property, no specific survey or detailed inspection has been carried out relating to the property, services, appliances and any further fixtures and fittings/equipment. We recommend all buyers to carry out their own survey/investigations relating to the purchase of any of our properties. All measurements, floor plans, dimensions and acreages are approximate and therefore should not be relied upon for accuracy. Agents Note 2 Please note measurement of areas / acreage has been taken utilising the Promap Mapping System. All interested potential purchasers must not rely upon the accuracy of the stated areas within the property details, and to be used as a guide only. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1283300/

$1,019,558

February 11th, 2015 03:51 pm
Bedrooms: 4
A most desirable small holding, in private secluded location, set well back from the road and approached via private drive and sitting in approximately 18 acres. The accommodation comprises: Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast room, Utility, Shower room, 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom. Stable, Double Garage, 6 good sized fields each with mains water supply. Orchard. Multi purpose Out Buildings. Must be viewed. Would consider taking a commercial or residential property in part exchange. Can be sold with more or less acreage. LOCATION From Ramsey take the A13 Jurby Road and continue through St. Judes crossroads. Turn right into Summerhill Road and continue along to the T- junction at the end of the road. Turn right onto the Jurby East Road and take the third driveway on the right into Ellan Farm's private drive. OS grid ref. 381989 FRONT PORCH 9'2 x 7'9 (2.79m x 2.36m) Radiator. 2 power points. Double glazed. LOUNGE 17' x 13'9 (5.18m x 4.19m) Brick fireplace with wooden mantle, Douvre 2000 high quality cast iron wood or solid fuel burner with decorative ornamental back panels and cast iron doors with ceramic glass panels (currently housing an electric log effect open fire). Beamed ceiling. 4 wall lights. 8 power points. Television, satellite and telephone points. Illuminated display cove with mirror back. DINING ROOM 13'9 x 11'10 (4.19m x 3.61m) Beamed ceiling. 4 wall lights. Television and telephone points. 12 power points. Radiator. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 18'9 x 10'3 (5.72m x 3.12m) 2 large double glazed windows. Wall and base units with cupboards and drawers. Laminated work surfaces and tilled splashbacks. Single drainer stainless steel 1 bowel sink unit. Fitted fridge and gas range cooker. Tiled floor. 6 power points. Television point. Radiator. Dining area with fitted upholstered bench seating with storage under. Under stairs cupboard. UTILITY ROOM 13'6 x 10'3 (4.11m x 3.12m) Wall and base units with cupboards and drawers. Laminated work surfaces. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Fully tiled on three walls. Plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher and drier. Worcester Bosch oil central heating boiler. Tiled floor. 4 power points. Door to outside. SHOWER ROOM With shower cubicle, with Mira power shower, wc and wash basin. Fully tiled walls and floor. Medicine cabinet. Mirror. FIRST FLOOR: LANDING With window having views South to hills. 4 power points. Radiator. Access to roof space with large boarded area. BEDROOM 13'9 x 11'9 (4.19m x 3.58m) Double aspect, South facing with views to hills in distance. Fitted wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors and hanging and shelves. Built in range of storage cupboards. Telephone and Television points. 6 power points. Radiator. BED/STUDY 11'3 x 7'6 (3.43m x 2.29m) South facing, with views to the hills. Built in store cupboard. 6 power points. Telephone point. Radiator. BATHROOM 3 piece suite comprising corner bath, wc and pedestal wash basin. Range of fitted cupboards. Shaver point. Radiator. REAR LANDING Large airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder. BEDROOM 14'3 x 10'3 max (4.34m x 3.12m max) Double aspect. Fitted double Wardrobe with hanging and shelves. 6 power points. Telephone and television points. Radiator. BEDROOM 13'2 x 10'3 max (4.01m x 3.12m max) Television point. 6 power points. Radiator. Double aspect. Fitted double wardrobe with hanging and shelves. OUTSIDE Approached via private gated drive leading to extensive parking area. Side and rear Garden mostly in lawn with flowers, shrubs, trees etc. Outside power points. 2 taps. DOUBLE GARAGE. 26'4 x 14'3. With 2 up and over doors to front and up and over door in gable. Power and light. KITCHEN/WORK ROOM 14'3 x 14'3. Single drainer, stainless steel sink unit. Power and light. Multipurpose open fronted building split into four units, with gates, power and light. Measuring 18'2 x 15'11, 18'2 x 14'7, 18'2 x 14'4 and the end unit 18'2 x 15' has a rear door and lean to extension 1 7'10 x 14' Orchard with Apple, Pear, Cherry, Plum, Damson and soft fruits including Blueberry, Redcurrant, Blackcurrant, Gooseberry, Raspberry, and Strawberry. Greenhouse. Port-a-cabin/Office/Summerhouse approx 15' x 9' with power and light and heaters. Wooden stable 12' x 12' fully lined with power and light. Land in all totals approx 18 acres and comprises 6 handy sized fields ranging from 1 - 3 acres. Good height boundary hedges and mains water to each field. Copse on West boundary with stream running through it. SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil central heating. Hardwood double glazed windows throughout. RATES RATEABLE VALUE 128 RATES PAYABLE 310.25 POSSESSION On completion The company do not hold themselves responsible for any expenses which may be incurred in visiting the same should it prove unsuitable or have been let, sold or withdrawn. VIEWING Strictly by appointment through the agents, Chrystals. Please let us know if you are unable to keep your appointment. Notice is hereby given that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not form part of an offer or a contract. Neither the Vendor or Chrystals, nor any person in their employment, makes or has the authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to the property. The Agents whilst endeavouring to ensure complete accuracy, cannot accept liability for any error or errors in the particulars stated, and a prospective purchaser should rely upon his own enquiries and inspection. All Statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of Chrystals or the vendors or lessors. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t2619876/

$317,862

February 11th, 2014 06:53 am
Bedrooms: 3
This three bedroom country cottage is located just on the outskirts of the town with the benefit of cottage gardens, a rural out-look, outbuildings, and a parking area accessed from a shared driveway. This is an ideal opportunity to upgrade and make the very most of the character and the layout of this unusual property. The cottage is mainly stone built with a painted rendered exterior, with inset wooden windows and doors throughout. There are radiators currently fuelled by a hopper fed solid fuel boiler with back-up night storage heaters. Approach to the property from the driveway is via a path round to the front part covered terrace. Through door into: ENTRANCE HALL: L shaped window with views out to front. Ceramic tiled floor. Stairs leading to first floor. Doors into: SITTING ROOM: 4.97m x 3.75m (16'4' x 12'4') Square bay window to front and windows to two other aspects. Central fireplace with hardwood surround and inset marble hearth. Pair of bi-fold doors into understairs cupboard with slatted shelves and raised hot water tank with emersion heater and timer. From entrance hall up tiled steps through part glazed panelled door to: KITCHEN/ DINING AREA: 7.4m x 3.16m (24'3' x 10'4') Two windows to the front and one to side. Plinth wall with hardwood capping dividing the dining area. L-shaped laminated tops with inset single drainer sink and panelled oak cupboards with drawers set under. Ceramic tiled splashbacks . Built in fridge and freezer. Leisure calor gas cooking range with five burners and two ovens with filter unit above set into matching wall units with display cupboards and shelves. One wall has exposed stone with original fireplace and inset wood burning stove set on stone hearth with beam over. Beamed ceiling. Cupboard at high level housing consumer units. Clay tiled flooring. French door leading to: FRONT PORCH: Window to side with views over the front terrace and stable external door with bulls-eye glazed panel. Ceramic tiled floor. From entrance hallway, up stairs with wall mounted hand rail and wall shelving to stairwell up to landing with window with countryside views. Panelled doors into: BEDROOM ONE 3.77m x 3.55m (12'4' x 11'8') Protruding square bay window with views across the road to open countryside. Pair of panelled doors into useful shelved storage cupboard. Cosmetic beams to ceiling with uprights. Roof access trap. TV point. ENSUITE CLOAKROOM: Window to side with patterned glass. Wall mounted basin, low level WC. Ceramic tiling up to 1.1m to three walls. Mirror and shaver light over basin. Ceramic tiled floor. FAMILY BATHROOM: 2.87m x 1.9m (9'5' x 6'3') Window out to side with patterned glass. Ceramic tiling up to dado height. White suite comprising: pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, kidney shaped bath with wooden panels. Corner set shower with pivot and fixed glazed panel, electric shower unit with head on adjustable rail, ceramic tiling up to ceiling. Shaver point, downlighters and towel radiator. From landing through vertically boarded door into INNER HALLWAY with window and downlighters. Through doors into: BEDROOM THREE: 3.67m x 2.29m (12'0' x 7'6') Window with views across the road to open countryside. Roof access trap. BEDROOM TWO: 3.6m x 3.2m (11'10' x 10'6') Two windows to front with views across open countryside. Window to side. Corner set pedestal wash hand basin with ceramic tiled splashback, mirror and cupboard over. Picture rail. Roof access trap. OUTSIDE: The main garden runs along the line of the drive on the north side with a combination of flower beds, paving and gravelled paths leading to a lawned area with mature shrubs and trees and further raised borders. Next to a small Wendy house with storage under is an oval shaped barbeque recess with paving cut into the bank. At the bottom of the lawn is a wrought iron arched top gate leading to the lower garden area with an assortment of fruit and other mature trees. The owner has partially established a pond with paved and gravelled areas. On the other side of the entrance from the main road is a further garden area with path to; BESPOKE TIMBER FRAMED LOG CABIN: approx 6.7m x 3m With felted curved roof and clad externally in ship lap boarding. To the front is an overhanging porch with timber deck. A bedroom with Ensuite, a kitchen/dining area have been created although this may make an ideal office/studio or gymnasium subject to the necessary permissions being granted by the local authority. The driveway is shared with the neighbour and is finished in gravel. The parking area for the cottage is set to the one side for more than three cars. There is an attached garage with an up and over door behind the cottage with a walkway underneath. Adjacent a vertically boarded door leads into a boiler house, with a hopper fed solid fuel boiler. SERVICES: Mains electric, mains water, private drainage. LPG Gas for cooking. Combination of solid fuel and night storage heating. Council tax band F. DIRECTIONS: From our office travel along Priory Street to the traffic and turn left up the Hereford Road over the brow and in the direction of the Buckholt. Pass the 30 MPH sign and shortly afterwards a small chapel on your left, then slow down because just round the left hand bend Chesil bank is the second cottage on your left, the gravelled entrance is just a short distance on the left. Turn up and round to the right and the cottage is in front of you. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. 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$581,748

April 8th, 2014 10:53 pm
Bedrooms: 3
Being marketed for the first time in approximately forty years. An exemplary broad facing detached ranch style single storey three bedroomed residence, benefiting from approximately ten acres of exceptionally well tended land and enjoying stunning south westerly far reaching rural views. As sole agents we most thoroughly recommend an early viewing to appreciate this fabulous home. NO ONWARD CHAIN. SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION Entrance Hall, Kitchen/Diner, Living Room, Conservatory, Boiler Room, Three bedrooms, Bathroom and Cloakroom/Shower Room. OUTSIDE Two detached Garages (the main one with an attached Utility/Store Room). Two sizeable wooden built Storage Sheds /Loose Boxes and a Greenhouse. THE PROPERTY To be marketed for the first time in approximately forty years. As sole agents we are very proud to offer this exemplary detached broad facing ranch style single storey three bedroomed residence, benefiting from approximately ten acres of exceptionally well tended land ( approximately nine acres are grade 1 agricultural land) including a wooded area and enjoying stunning far reaching south westerly rural views. The property which affords a high degree of privacy, enjoys absolute mesmerising grandstand views across miles of undulating countryside towards Bochyn Manor woods and beyond. The majority of the land is gently sloping and would potentially suit equestrian/small holding/family investors wishing to reside in this superb rural area. The land also includes a wooded area which is a haven for wildlife and having the potential to provide seasoned timber for log burner stoves etc. In addition there are established gardens with various lawned areas with many varieties of specimen plants, fruit trees/vines, an impressive productive vegetable plot, a large greenhouse with a prolific vine producing copious amounts of red grapes, and two timber built storage sheds . An ornamental fish pond with raised dwarf walls has been constructed in the rear garden located in front of the conservatory. The property is approached from the main road, with raised granite/stone planted entrance walls passing an impressive pair of substantial granite pillared posts leading towards a lengthy tarmacadam driveway. The distinguished property's driveway is bordered by granite posts and stone hedging with planted spring flowers and hydrangeas along it's verges, continuing up to the front aspect affording generous parking facilities, with the addition of two single detached garages. This home was built circa 1950 and we are informed by our vendor that the property is block built cavity wall construction with insulation, having painted external rendered elevations, under a hardwood shingled tiled roof, UPVC double glazed windows and warmed by an oil fired central heating system. The property also benefits from energy efficient systems with it's own private fresh water bore hole, private drainage and photo electric panels installed on the south west facing roof. Internally the property has spacious and well laid out flexible accommodation, complemented by a delightful kitchen/diner with an oil fired AGA providing added cooking facilities and general ambient warmth throughout the property. The addition of a UPVC double glazed triple sided conservatory to the rear of the home is a tremendous asset providing outstanding elevated and uninterrupted views over the impressive countryside and gardens. Three generous dimensioned bedrooms (fitted with wardrobes) are located on the north aspect wing and two bath/shower rooms are provided. The broad facing property lends itself (if needed) to be extended to create further accommodation/annexes etc all subject to obtaining the necessary planning permissions/building regulations. A delightful paved patio utilizing Delabole slate is to be found on the south west side of the home providing a magical oasis to enjoy the afternoon sunshine and sunsets, providing an ideal area to dine out 'al fresco' style during the summer months with the captivating rural vista. The property is located on the A3083 near Cury which is approximately five miles south from Helston. Mullion is approximately two miles to the west, and the southern Helford area famous for it's day sailing activities is only approximately three miles north east, whilst the Lizard is only five miles to the south. The Lizard peninsula is a regarded as one of the most beautifully scenic destinations in the UK, offering amazing coves, beaches, inland and coastal picturesque villages. The historic market town of Helston stands at the gateway of the Lizard Peninsula which is Britain's most southerly point. Helston has an eclectic array of individual shops, well regarded schools (both junior and senior) sports centre, doctor's surgeries, pharmacies, boating lake and a cinema. The area boasts some outstanding local walks and scenery nearby, eg Helston's beautiful boating lake through the National Trust land towards the outstanding Loe Pool and Loe Bar with the sea nearby. THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES ( All dimensions and acreages are approximate) Tarmacadam driveway sweeping up to the covered entrance porch with a UPVC double glazed patterned door complemented by windows either side and leading into the entrance hallway. Entrance Hallway Hot water storage tank cupboard with wooden slatted shelving, plus further generous build in storage cupboards. Loft access hatch (the attic has been partially boarded, having an access ladder and light fitted). Part wooden laminate flooring and carpeting. Radiator, telephone point and doors off to:- Kitchen 4.01m x 3.40m (13'2' x 11'2') A selection of light wood effect base and wall units including wall mounted glass display cabinets. Marble effect melamine worktop with inset one and a half white enameled drainer sink with a mono mixer tap and ceramic tiled splashback. Integrated dishwasher and high level electric oven. Window overlooking the front aspect. A quality white enameled oil fired AGA providing the hot water and part cooking. Ceramic tiled floor, ceiling light, recessed area with window and space provided for upright fridge. Glazed door to living room and opening into the dining area/snug. Dining area / Snug 2.36m x 2.01m (7'9' x 6'7') A delightful double aspect room enjoying the fabulous far reaching rural views. Ceramic tiled floor, radiator, TV cable point, and ceiling light. Wooden glazed door to side hallway. Side Hallway Ceramic tiled floor, ceiling light, door to boiler room and side UPVC double glazed door leading to the outside patio area. Boiler Room 2.18m x 1.12m (7'2' x 3'8') Floor mounted oil fired boiler. Ceramic tiled floor, space provided for upright freezer, window with opaque glass and ceiling light. Living Room 7.52m x 3.58m (24'8' x 11'9') A generous double aspect room enjoying the far reaching rural views. Central stone built fireplace with an installed cast iron log burner sitting on a slate hearth and mantle shelf above. Radiators, TV point and ceiling lighting. Door leading into the conservatory, and secondary door back into the hallway. Conservatory 6.05m x 3.18m (19'10' x 10'5') An amazing triple sided UPVC double glazed conservatory with a pitched glass roof enjoying the mesmerising far reaching south west. rural views. Wooden laminate flooring, ceiling fans / lighting fitted and TV point. Double opening glazed doors leading to the external patio areas. Bedroom 1 3.58m x 3.53m (11'9' x 11'7') Window overlooking the far reaching rural outlook. Built in bespoke wardrobe with fitted drawers together with an additional built in wardrobe. Door opening into a vanity unit comprising a wash hand basin with ceramic tiled splashback, storage cupboards below and lighting above. Radiator, telephone point and inset ceiling lighting. Bedroom 2 3.38m x 3.12m (11'1' x 10'3') Window overlooking the front aspect. Built in wardrobe, radiator and inset ceiling lighting. Bedroom 3 3.58m x 2.13m (11'9' x 7') Window overlooking the rear rural countryside views. Built in wardrobe, radiator, telephone point and ceiling lighting. Bathroom 2.29m x 1.75m (7'6' x 5'9') A three piece suite comprising a paneled cast iron bath with mixer shower attachment and a low level WC. Wash hand basin with mixer tap and built in storage cupboards below fitted with a counter top above. Ceramic tiling to walls. Window with opaque glass, radiator, wooden laminate flooring and inset ceiling lighting. Shower / Cloakroom Corner shower unit, low level WC and wash hand basin. Ceramic tiling to walls and flooring.Window with opaque glass. Radiator, wall mounted Dimplex electric fan heater and wall mounted electric fuse board. Inset ceiling lighting. OUTSIDE Garage 1 5.46m x 3.05m (17'11' x 10') The garage is attached to a utility / store room. The garage is block built with rendered external elevations under a pitched tiled roof. Electric roller access door, window, concrete floor and power/ light fitted. Utility / Store Room 4.37m ( overall) x 2.13m (14'4' ( overall) x 7') The useful outbuilding has a mono sloping roof and attached to the garage. The room is basically sub divided into two areas. Wash hand basin with tiled splashback, plumbing provided for washing machine, windows, power and light fitted. Storage Shed 1/ Loosebox 8.03m x 3.73m ( external) (26'4' x 12'3' ( externa Wooden built structure with a pitched roof and divided into three areas with an external door serving each section. Windows, power and light fitted. Storage Shed 2 / Loosebox 7.32mx3.66m ( external) (24'x12' ( external)) Timber built and clad structure with a pitched shingle tiled roof. Divided into two compartments with a door serving each section. Windows, power and light fitted. Garage 2 4.24m x 3.63m (13'11' x 11'11') Metal up and over door. Built utilising pre cast concrete segmental sections, under a gentle pitched roof. Power and light fitted. SERVICES Mains electricity, Private drainage, Private water supply by means of a bore well, solar panels to redu... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1843544/

$539,766

February 11th, 2015 02:27 pm
Bedrooms: 3
A charming 3 bedroomed detached character cottage located on Pill Creek, within a prestigious area close to the renowned sailing waters of the Carrick Roads. Every now and again, one comes across a genuine article and this lovely home has been exceedingly well cared for by the current vendors. Offered with leaded light double glazing and night storage heating and panelled radiators, the property has many attractive features which include exposed beam ceilings, a lounge with a wood burner, a sitting room with a Godin gas stove and double glazed French doors to the garden, a conservatory/dining room with further double glazed French doors to the garden, a kitchen with granite working surfaces and oak cupboards and drawers and an additional area with a racing green oil fired Aga. Also at ground floor level is a utility room with access to the rear garden. At first floor level, there is a long landing leading to the 3 bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and cupboards throughout with the master bedroom having an en-suite bathroom and a cloakroom and in addition, there is a rear hallway at the end of the landing leading to a cloakroom and shower room and with a door to the rear garden. To the exterior, found within the rear garden, is a brick paved driveway and double garage whilst the gardens to one side adjoin farmland and have extensive rural views. To the front, there is a generous terraced area which enjoys a south westerly sunny aspect and this has total privacy and is an excellent area for sitting out with garden furniture and potted plants to the side. It is screened by many colourful mature shrubs. The rear garden has a timber studio with a separate WC, which is double glazed and has lighting and power and this is ideal for those with hobbies or those who wish to work from home. Further up the lawned rear garden, there is a summer house, again with lighting and power, and there are steps to the side leading to the garaging facilities. For prospective purchasers looking to acquire a genuine character home within this highly sought after area, this really is one not to miss. Feock Village lies on the banks of the Fal Estuary and encompasses the renowned sailing waters of the Carrick Roads. The village itself has a 12th century church, its own Pill Creek and Loe Beach where there is a slipway for the launching of small craft. Close at hand is Trelissick, which is owned by the National Trust with 500 acres of park land including many scenic walks and which adjoins National Trust farmland. Within motoring distance at Penelewey, is the renowned Punchbowl & Ladle thatched public house. Also, via the King Harry Ferry, there is access to the renowned Roseland Peninsula with the harbour village of St Mawes and the surrounding beaches. The Accommodation Comprises Leaded light double glazed French doors to dining room/conservatory. Dining Room/Conservatory 24' 1" x 8' (7.34m x 2.44m) Garden views, Dimplex panelled radiator, overhead spotlights, additional kitchen area to far side with granite working surfaces with oak cupboards and drawers below with an integrated fridge and freezer. This provides a breakfast bar area. Racing green oil fired Aga with further granite working surfaces with cupboards and drawers below and wall mounted units, archway to main kitchen. Kitchen 11' 10" x 8' 11" (3.61m x 2.72m) wall to wall. Further range of granite working surfaces with oak cupboards and drawers under, ceramic sink with centre sink tidy and side drainer with cupboards under, integrated stove, oven and hob with extractor hood above, Neff microwave, integrated fridge and dishwasher, exposed beam ceiling, wall mounted units, ceiling spot lights, door to lounge. Lounge 19' 2" x 9' 11" (5.84m x 3.02m) including staircase to first floor. Archway from conservatory and door from kitchen, exposed beam ceiling, staircase to first floor, night storage heater, telephone point, oak fitted book shelving, 2 wall lights, door to utility room and through way to sitting room, painted white brick walls with fireplace incorporating a wood burner with a timber mantle and slate hearth. Sitting Room 13' 4" x 13' 4" (4.06m x 4.06m) Double glazed French doors to front garden, front garden views, exposed beamed ceiling, 3 wall lights, Godin propane gas stove with a raised slate hearth, recess for television with shelving above and cupboards below, night storage heater. Utility Room 11' 11" x 5' 7" (3.63m x 1.70m) wall to wall. Slate tiled flooring, exposed beamed ceiling, stainless steel sink unit, hot and cold, with side drainer with cupboards below, tiled splashback, working surfaces with cupboards and drawers below, wall mounted units, Dimplex fan heater, double glazed door to rear garden, cupboard with space for washing machine and tumble dryer, built in larder store. First Floor Staircase from lounge leading to landing with a partial curved ceiling with exposed beams, a night storage heater, archway, picture window with rear garden and rural views. To the end of the landing, there are steps leading down to the rear hallway. Rear Hallway With slate flooring and half glazed double glazed door to rear garden, cupboard housing Megaflow water tank with shelving over. Cloakroom/Shower Room With a Heritage suite including a radiator/towel rail, shower cubicle with a corner shower off main with tiled surround and extractor fan, wash hand basin, hot and cold, with brass taps, low flush WC, tiled surround, slate tiled flooring, exposed beam, obscured window to rear. Bedroom One 14' 1" x 10' 10" (4.29m x 3.30m) into wardrobes. Range of fitted wardrobes and cupboards with inset dressing table area with wall mounted mirror with internal lighting, loft space, partial barrelled ceiling with exposed beams, ceiling spotlights, front garden views, night storage heater, bedside shelving, doorway and steps into en-suite bathroom. En-Suite Bathroom With ceiling spotlights, radiator/towel rail, bidet, brass fittings, panelled bath with Swadling tap with shower over with glass screen, extractor fan, tiled surround, exposed beam, lobby area to side. Lobby Area With linen/store cupboard with shelving with radiator, ceiling light, partial obscured glazed door to separate cloakroom. Cloakroom With Heritage suite with a radiator/towel rail, low flush WC, wash hand basin, hot and cold, with brass taps, exposed beamed ceiling, obscured window to side. Bedroom Two 12' 4" x 7' 7" (3.76m x 2.31m) into wardrobes. Range of fitted wardrobes with drawers under and cupboards over, loft space, shelving, worktop with matching drawers and cupboard, 1 wall light, built in cabin bed with further cupboards under, telephone and broadband connection, night storage heater, front garden views. Bedroom Three 8' 10" x 7' 9" (2.69m x 2.36m) Dimplex heater, front garden views, partial barrelled ceiling, fitted shelving and cupboard. Outside Double Garage 18' 4" x 17' 7" (5.59m x 5.36m) Two electric up and over doors, eaves storage space, rear personal door, lighting and power. Approached via means of a brick paved driveway providing additional parking. Studio 11' 7" x 11' 7" (3.53m x 3.53m) Fully double glazed and of timber construction with a timber panelled ceiling with lighting and power, external telephone points and timber boarded flooring. This has a wash hand basin with a cupboard below with an electric hot water heater, telephone points, Dimplex fan heater and shelving with a door to a separate WC. The studio is ideal for a hobbies room or indeed, those wishing to work from home. Front Garden The front garden has a wrought iron gate from the side access lane and has side borders with dry stone walling with a number of rhododendrons. The garden is approached via an archway with a wisteria and to the side, further shrubs include a camellia and hydrangeas. In essence, this is a beautiful sun terraced area with a private south westerly aspect and there is much room for garden furniture and potted plants. Further shrubbery surrounds the terrace giving it a wonderful private area and to the side, there is a cold water tap and external lighting. At the side of the cottage, there is also the connection for bottled gas for the stove within the sitting room and on the far side is the oil tank for the aga. As previously mentioned, the gardens to the westerly side adjoin farmland. Rear Garden Immediately to the exterior of the utility room, there is a sunken paved area with side retaining walls and a log store. There is also a door to a basement for storage beneath the cottage. From here, steps lead up to a paved area where there is a further side gate from the access lane. Adjoining the cottage is further outside lighting, a cold water tap and a canopied porch and the door to the rear hallway. There is a raised pebble border with dry stone walling and steps leading up to 2 lawned areas which are divided by a pebbled pathway to the rear. To the western side is the studio, which is surrounded by a decked area with side balustrading. Within the lawn there are a number of borders stocked with shrubs which include, in particular, rose bushes and the side boundaries are of hedging, the eastern side being of copper beech. The lawns are interspersed with a number of fruit trees and to the rear, there is a summer house with lighting and power with a curved slate sun terrace. This is ideally positioned for the afternoon and evening sun. To the side, steps lead up to the detached garage and driveway. To the side of the garage, there is also a further paved area with a log store and a Belfast sink with a cold water tap. There is a workshop (11'5" x 9'5" (3.48m x 2.87m)) and this has double timber doors, lighting and power and to the side, a useful garden shed. From here, steps lead up to an area which houses an aluminium framed greenhouse and a compost area. As with the front garden, the western boundary t... http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t2471899/

$600 /week

July 15th, 2015 04:37 pm
240 m²
Rooms: 4
LUXURY STONE VILLA ,HUGE GARDEN, FANTASTIC VIEWS, POOL, VOLLEY/FOOTBALL ,SLIDE, WIFI,..This stunning luxury stone villa is in just the ideal location, sitting in it’s very own private secluded gardens hidden amongst the orange groves.It is the perfect place to sit back and relax in peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of every day life, yet in just a couple of minutes in a car you can be in the traditional Spanish village of Pedreguer and a little further on you can experience all the sites and flavours of Denia, Javea and Moraira.The villa itself has been lovingly renovated to a very high standard with exposed wooden beams and traditional stone walls, with a stunning interior gallery with water fountain and intrecate window features, that give it a unique warm, peaceful, ambience.As you approach the house down a private road you arrive at the electric gates and private entrance to La Finca Bella. On entering you can barely see the beautiful finca hiding behind the small forest of almond and walnut trees, there is a large gravelled car park and roundabout with ample space for 5 + cars. This leads onto a narrow winding pathway to the house entrance with an open porch and beautiful natural stone well. Through a quaint handmade wooden door you enter the large open country kitchen that oozes with character that sets the theme for the rest of the house, with patio doors leading to the fantastic outside pool. Back in the kitchen there is a reclaimed stone butler sink, extensive tiled work surfaces and ample cupboard space, full size fridge and separate full size freezer. To add to the social family area is a centre island with stools for family and friends to sit around and chat while you cook up a delight on the double hob and oven.The open kitchen leads onto the dining area which is in the heart of the house with a large dining table which seats 8 comfortably. Behind the large table is the real log burning fire and above is the open gallery with open railings and water fountain feature and an interior mediteranean style window. In the dining room is also the music system which controls the multi room audio system for inside and outside the house as well as a docking station for your ipod to enjoy your very own special holiday sounds.The cosy lounge is separated from the dining area and kitchen by the two huge original wooden doors. In this room you can relax on two ample sized cream leather sofas to catch up with Sky TV and DVDs for the kids. There are also two patio doors from here leading to the large outside patio and pool area.From the lounge you enter the downstairs kingsize bedroom that exudes character and comfort, with a window that looks out onto the patio and pool area.From the dining area there is the original staircase made from antique tiles leading to the upper interior gallery.The first bedroom you come to is the large master bedroom again full of character, with drapes over the bed, separate sofa and a romantic balcony of grapevines and flowers overlooking the very inviting pool. Opposite the master bedroom is the main bathroom that is unique to say the least, there is a huge luxury Turkish style bath and shower which gives you the massive wow factor. Again in here is multi room audio so you can relax to your music whilst soaking in this luxury bath.Next to the main bathroom are the 2 twin bedrooms which are mirror images of each other, both full of character with exposed stone walls and rustic floor tiles. Each bedroom has its own private door to step out onto the large roof terrace which is completely surrounded by grapevines to give total privacy and seclusion. From here you have breathtaking views stretching across the orange groves in the valley to the stunning surrounding mountains all the way down to the Mediterranean sea.The terrace also has multi room audio system.The sunset from this spot is incredible, a must with a glass of wine. The huge flat plot has an abundance of various fruit trees and grapevines perfect for the kids to have an adventure climbing trees and playing on rope swings while you relax in the hammock set between the trees.There are also several seating areas round this shaded side of the house where you can shelter from the midday sun under the trees and grapevines.On the poolside of the garden is an open lawned area with swing and slide, a kids toy log cabin and a mini goal and football playing area to keep the kids entertained.The pool is fenced off from this area to give you peace of mind whilst the children play safely in the garden.On the south facing pool side of the house you can enjoy the Spanish sun for over 320 days of the year, it is a real sun trap for both winter and summer lets, with a huge terrace with 8 sun loungers, a gorgeous comfortable 3 piece sofa and table under a large parasol for those warmer months. At the far end of the patio next to the orange groves is a shaded wooden pergola covered in grapevines, under which sits a huge Henry VIII style handmade wooden table with tree trunks for legs and benches for seats.This is a fantastic place for all the family and friends to gather round to enjoy some Al Fresco Mediterranean dining prepared on the barbeque which is directly next to the table so the chef can be involved with the fellow diners. Everyone comments on the fantastic crystal clear 10.5x 5.5m pool.Straight from the kitchen you walk out to the Roman style steps into the pool which has 4 sunken bar stools to cool off whilst you enjoy a refreshing drink under the shade of the traditionally thatched parasol.The pool itself has been specifically designed for children and games in mind, unlike many standard pools that are too deep for the kids even in the shallow end, this pool is only 1metre deep to half way and then decends to 2m at the deep end.This makes it perfect for fun and games in the water and a great volleyball net stretching the width of the pool is supplied so you can have hours of fun in the cool water or the more relaxed can look on from their sunken bar stalls. The finca is also ideal for 2 families or a family holidaying with grandparents. Lots of toys to entertain the children. Owners/property manager are local should you need them.To sum up this magical house has it all for a family holiday of a life time, you will not be disappointed. Pedreguer The traditional village of Pedreguer is close to the beaches of Javea and Denia yet it is away from the maddening crowds and so it makes for a perfect holiday location if you want to enjoy a taste of the real Spain.Pedreguer is a typical Spanish market town located at the foot of the Muntanya Gran and is the gateway to the beautiful Orba Valley famous for its orange groves and a short trip inland to the Jalon Valley’s famous vineyards is also highly recommended. The area offers breath-taking scenery for a pleasant drive and in February this is the best place to see the almond blossom and green valleys covered in orange trees.This original village has cafe bars & restaurants where you can enjoy drinks or traditional tapas along the main street , many of the façades of the houses are painted in vivid colours, which give the village a lively appearance. Around the main square you can see some of the most beautiful 19th Century facades as well as “els Porxes”: the market square is covered with Arabic tiles and constructed with cast-iron pillars and wooden beams.Pedregeur offers visitors the chance to take a walk through the town centre and discover beautiful ancient buildings such as the parish church of Santa Cruz (16th century). Outside the town centre there is the Sant Blai chapel, from which we can see the Segaria mountain range, the Montgo Nature Park and La Sella with the famous Golf course,Tennis & the five star Marriott Hotel & Luxury Spa. A perfect setting for those cycling enthusiasts as well as Horse riding, mountain or country walks or for those who enjoy the faster pace quad biking through the beautiful Orba valley. For those of you who like to shop Pedreguer has something to offer everyone. Those who like a bargain can make their way to the car boot sale or Rastro market held every Sunday on the nearby industrial estate or the traditional vegetable market in the town square every Saturday. The village also specializes in the manufacturing of bags, hats and leather goods. Try also visiting the neighbouring village of Gata de Gorgos which is famous for it’s wicker furniture shops or Ondara with it’s historic bull ring. Within a 5 minute drive along the N332 you will find the modern shopping centre ‘La Marina’ which has a wide range of shops, a cinema and restaurants. Parking is free. There seems to always be a Fiestas in Pedreguer and to name a few: Every New Year the festival season begins with Reyes Magos, Cavalcade of the Three Kings. This festival starts on the 5th of January. It is the day that the Spanish traditionally celebrate their Christmas. On the 17th of January the people of Pedreguer celebrate the Fiestas of San Antonio Abad, with pilgrimage, blessing of animals and popular celebrations. On the 3rd of February there is a religious festival - the Festival of Sant Blai, with sales of the traditional 'porrat', sport events and concerts. Pedreguers festivities would not be complete without the annual Carnival which lasts from February 20 - 27 . It includes many Fancy Dress Parades and street dancing, with the burial and 'Cremá' (burning) of the Sardine. During the month of July is the main town fiestas in honour of San Buenaventura with bull-running throughout the town, 10 days as from 11-12 July with spectacular costumes, music, live bands,parades and much much more…. How to get to Pedreguer Pedreguer is just off the A-7 motorway (autoroute) s... http://www.arkadia.com/zqso-t28/

$1,078 /week

February 12th, 2015 11:09 am
240 m²
Rooms: 4
LUXURY STONE VILLA ,HUGE GARDEN, FANTASTIC VIEWS, POOL, VOLLEY/FOOTBALL ,SLIDE, WIFI,..This stunning luxury stone villa is in just the ideal location, sitting in it’s very own private secluded gardens hidden amongst the orange groves.It is the perfect place to sit back and relax in peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of every day life, yet in just a couple of minutes in a car you can be in the traditional Spanish village of Pedreguer and a little further on you can experience all the sites and flavours of Denia, Javea and Moraira.The villa itself has been lovingly renovated to a very high standard with exposed wooden beams and traditional stone walls, with a stunning interior gallery with water fountain and intrecate window features, that give it a unique warm, peaceful, ambience.As you approach the house down a private road you arrive at the electric gates and private entrance to La Finca Bella. On entering you can barely see the beautiful finca hiding behind the small forest of almond and walnut trees, there is a large gravelled car park and roundabout with ample space for 5 + cars. This leads onto a narrow winding pathway to the house entrance with an open porch and beautiful natural stone well. Through a quaint handmade wooden door you enter the large open country kitchen that oozes with character that sets the theme for the rest of the house, with patio doors leading to the fantastic outside pool. Back in the kitchen there is a reclaimed stone butler sink, extensive tiled work surfaces and ample cupboard space, full size fridge and separate full size freezer. To add to the social family area is a centre island with stools for family and friends to sit around and chat while you cook up a delight on the double hob and oven.The open kitchen leads onto the dining area which is in the heart of the house with a large dining table which seats 8 comfortably. Behind the large table is the real log burning fire and above is the open gallery with open railings and water fountain feature and an interior mediteranean style window. In the dining room is also the music system which controls the multi room audio system for inside and outside the house as well as a docking station for your ipod to enjoy your very own special holiday sounds.The cosy lounge is separated from the dining area and kitchen by the two huge original wooden doors. In this room you can relax on two ample sized cream leather sofas to catch up with Sky TV and DVDs for the kids. There are also two patio doors from here leading to the large outside patio and pool area.From the lounge you enter the downstairs kingsize bedroom that exudes character and comfort, with a window that looks out onto the patio and pool area.From the dining area there is the original staircase made from antique tiles leading to the upper interior gallery.The first bedroom you come to is the large master bedroom again full of character, with drapes over the bed, separate sofa and a romantic balcony of grapevines and flowers overlooking the very inviting pool. Opposite the master bedroom is the main bathroom that is unique to say the least, there is a huge luxury Turkish style bath and shower which gives you the massive wow factor. Again in here is multi room audio so you can relax to your music whilst soaking in this luxury bath.Next to the main bathroom are the 2 twin bedrooms which are mirror images of each other, both full of character with exposed stone walls and rustic floor tiles. Each bedroom has its own private door to step out onto the large roof terrace which is completely surrounded by grapevines to give total privacy and seclusion. From here you have breathtaking views stretching across the orange groves in the valley to the stunning surrounding mountains all the way down to the Mediterranean sea.The terrace also has multi room audio system.The sunset from this spot is incredible, a must with a glass of wine. The huge flat plot has an abundance of various fruit trees and grapevines perfect for the kids to have an adventure climbing trees and playing on rope swings while you relax in the hammock set between the trees.There are also several seating areas round this shaded side of the house where you can shelter from the midday sun under the trees and grapevines.On the poolside of the garden is an open lawned area with swing and slide, a kids toy log cabin and a mini goal and football playing area to keep the kids entertained.The pool is fenced off from this area to give you peace of mind whilst the children play safely in the garden.On the south facing pool side of the house you can enjoy the Spanish sun for over 320 days of the year, it is a real sun trap for both winter and summer lets, with a huge terrace with 8 sun loungers, a gorgeous comfortable 3 piece sofa and table under a large parasol for those warmer months. At the far end of the patio next to the orange groves is a shaded wooden pergola covered in grapevines, under which sits a huge Henry VIII style handmade wooden table with tree trunks for legs and benches for seats.This is a fantastic place for all the family and friends to gather round to enjoy some Al Fresco Mediterranean dining prepared on the barbeque which is directly next to the table so the chef can be involved with the fellow diners. Everyone comments on the fantastic crystal clear 10.5x 5.5m pool.Straight from the kitchen you walk out to the Roman style steps into the pool which has 4 sunken bar stools to cool off whilst you enjoy a refreshing drink under the shade of the traditionally thatched parasol.The pool itself has been specifically designed for children and games in mind, unlike many standard pools that are too deep for the kids even in the shallow end, this pool is only 1metre deep to half way and then decends to 2m at the deep end.This makes it perfect for fun and games in the water and a great volleyball net stretching the width of the pool is supplied so you can have hours of fun in the cool water or the more relaxed can look on from their sunken bar stalls. The finca is also ideal for 2 families or a family holidaying with grandparents. Lots of toys to entertain the children. Owners/property manager are local should you need them.To sum up this magical house has it all for a family holiday of a life time, you will not be disappointed. Pedreguer The traditional village of Pedreguer is close to the beaches of Javea and Denia yet it is away from the maddening crowds and so it makes for a perfect holiday location if you want to enjoy a taste of the real Spain.Pedreguer is a typical Spanish market town located at the foot of the Muntanya Gran and is the gateway to the beautiful Orba Valley famous for its orange groves and a short trip inland to the Jalon Valley’s famous vineyards is also highly recommended. The area offers breath-taking scenery for a pleasant drive and in February this is the best place to see the almond blossom and green valleys covered in orange trees.This original village has cafe bars & restaurants where you can enjoy drinks or traditional tapas along the main street , many of the façades of the houses are painted in vivid colours, which give the village a lively appearance. Around the main square you can see some of the most beautiful 19th Century facades as well as “els Porxes”: the market square is covered with Arabic tiles and constructed with cast-iron pillars and wooden beams.Pedregeur offers visitors the chance to take a walk through the town centre and discover beautiful ancient buildings such as the parish church of Santa Cruz (16th century). Outside the town centre there is the Sant Blai chapel, from which we can see the Segaria mountain range, the Montgo Nature Park and La Sella with the famous Golf course,Tennis & the five star Marriott Hotel & Luxury Spa. A perfect setting for those cycling enthusiasts as well as Horse riding, mountain or country walks or for those who enjoy the faster pace quad biking through the beautiful Orba valley. For those of you who like to shop Pedreguer has something to offer everyone. Those who like a bargain can make their way to the car boot sale or Rastro market held every Sunday on the nearby industrial estate or the traditional vegetable market in the town square every Saturday. The village also specializes in the manufacturing of bags, hats and leather goods. Try also visiting the neighbouring village of Gata de Gorgos which is famous for it’s wicker furniture shops or Ondara with it’s historic bull ring. Within a 5 minute drive along the N332 you will find the modern shopping centre ‘La Marina’ which has a wide range of shops, a cinema and restaurants. Parking is free. There seems to always be a Fiestas in Pedreguer and to name a few: Every New Year the festival season begins with Reyes Magos, Cavalcade of the Three Kings. This festival starts on the 5th of January. It is the day that the Spanish traditionally celebrate their Christmas. On the 17th of January the people of Pedreguer celebrate the Fiestas of San Antonio Abad, with pilgrimage, blessing of animals and popular celebrations. On the 3rd of February there is a religious festival - the Festival of Sant Blai, with sales of the traditional 'porrat', sport events and concerts. Pedreguers festivities would not be complete without the annual Carnival which lasts from February 20 - 27 . It includes many Fancy Dress Parades and street dancing, with the burial and 'Cremá' (burning) of the Sardine. During the month of July is the main town fiestas in honour of San Buenaventura with bull-running throughout the town, 10 days as from 11-12 July with spectacular costumes, music, live bands,parades and much much more…. How to get to Pedreguer Pedreguer is just off the A-7 motorway (autoroute) s... http://www.arkadia.com/zqso-t18/

$1,078 /week

February 12th, 2015 11:09 am
240 m²
Rooms: 4
LUXURY STONE VILLA ,HUGE GARDEN, FANTASTIC VIEWS, POOL, VOLLEY/FOOTBALL ,SLIDE, WIFI,..This stunning luxury stone villa is in just the ideal location, sitting in it’s very own private secluded gardens hidden amongst the orange groves.It is the perfect place to sit back and relax in peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of every day life, yet in just a couple of minutes in a car you can be in the traditional Spanish village of Pedreguer and a little further on you can experience all the sites and flavours of Denia, Javea and Moraira.The villa itself has been lovingly renovated to a very high standard with exposed wooden beams and traditional stone walls, with a stunning interior gallery with water fountain and intrecate window features, that give it a unique warm, peaceful, ambience.As you approach the house down a private road you arrive at the electric gates and private entrance to La Finca Bella. On entering you can barely see the beautiful finca hiding behind the small forest of almond and walnut trees, there is a large gravelled car park and roundabout with ample space for 5 + cars. This leads onto a narrow winding pathway to the house entrance with an open porch and beautiful natural stone well. Through a quaint handmade wooden door you enter the large open country kitchen that oozes with character that sets the theme for the rest of the house, with patio doors leading to the fantastic outside pool. Back in the kitchen there is a reclaimed stone butler sink, extensive tiled work surfaces and ample cupboard space, full size fridge and separate full size freezer. To add to the social family area is a centre island with stools for family and friends to sit around and chat while you cook up a delight on the double hob and oven.The open kitchen leads onto the dining area which is in the heart of the house with a large dining table which seats 8 comfortably. Behind the large table is the real log burning fire and above is the open gallery with open railings and water fountain feature and an interior mediteranean style window. In the dining room is also the music system which controls the multi room audio system for inside and outside the house as well as a docking station for your ipod to enjoy your very own special holiday sounds.The cosy lounge is separated from the dining area and kitchen by the two huge original wooden doors. In this room you can relax on two ample sized cream leather sofas to catch up with Sky TV and DVDs for the kids. There are also two patio doors from here leading to the large outside patio and pool area.From the lounge you enter the downstairs kingsize bedroom that exudes character and comfort, with a window that looks out onto the patio and pool area.From the dining area there is the original staircase made from antique tiles leading to the upper interior gallery.The first bedroom you come to is the large master bedroom again full of character, with drapes over the bed, separate sofa and a romantic balcony of grapevines and flowers overlooking the very inviting pool. Opposite the master bedroom is the main bathroom that is unique to say the least, there is a huge luxury Turkish style bath and shower which gives you the massive wow factor. Again in here is multi room audio so you can relax to your music whilst soaking in this luxury bath.Next to the main bathroom are the 2 twin bedrooms which are mirror images of each other, both full of character with exposed stone walls and rustic floor tiles. Each bedroom has its own private door to step out onto the large roof terrace which is completely surrounded by grapevines to give total privacy and seclusion. From here you have breathtaking views stretching across the orange groves in the valley to the stunning surrounding mountains all the way down to the Mediterranean sea.The terrace also has multi room audio system.The sunset from this spot is incredible, a must with a glass of wine. The huge flat plot has an abundance of various fruit trees and grapevines perfect for the kids to have an adventure climbing trees and playing on rope swings while you relax in the hammock set between the trees.There are also several seating areas round this shaded side of the house where you can shelter from the midday sun under the trees and grapevines.On the poolside of the garden is an open lawned area with swing and slide, a kids toy log cabin and a mini goal and football playing area to keep the kids entertained.The pool is fenced off from this area to give you peace of mind whilst the children play safely in the garden.On the south facing pool side of the house you can enjoy the Spanish sun for over 320 days of the year, it is a real sun trap for both winter and summer lets, with a huge terrace with 8 sun loungers, a gorgeous comfortable 3 piece sofa and table under a large parasol for those warmer months. At the far end of the patio next to the orange groves is a shaded wooden pergola covered in grapevines, under which sits a huge Henry VIII style handmade wooden table with tree trunks for legs and benches for seats.This is a fantastic place for all the family and friends to gather round to enjoy some Al Fresco Mediterranean dining prepared on the barbeque which is directly next to the table so the chef can be involved with the fellow diners. Everyone comments on the fantastic crystal clear 10.5x 5.5m pool.Straight from the kitchen you walk out to the Roman style steps into the pool which has 4 sunken bar stools to cool off whilst you enjoy a refreshing drink under the shade of the traditionally thatched parasol.The pool itself has been specifically designed for children and games in mind, unlike many standard pools that are too deep for the kids even in the shallow end, this pool is only 1metre deep to half way and then decends to 2m at the deep end.This makes it perfect for fun and games in the water and a great volleyball net stretching the width of the pool is supplied so you can have hours of fun in the cool water or the more relaxed can look on from their sunken bar stalls. The finca is also ideal for 2 families or a family holidaying with grandparents. Lots of toys to entertain the children. Owners/property manager are local should you need them.To sum up this magical house has it all for a family holiday of a life time, you will not be disappointed. Pedreguer The traditional village of Pedreguer is close to the beaches of Javea and Denia yet it is away from the maddening crowds and so it makes for a perfect holiday location if you want to enjoy a taste of the real Spain.Pedreguer is a typical Spanish market town located at the foot of the Muntanya Gran and is the gateway to the beautiful Orba Valley famous for its orange groves and a short trip inland to the Jalon Valley’s famous vineyards is also highly recommended. The area offers breath-taking scenery for a pleasant drive and in February this is the best place to see the almond blossom and green valleys covered in orange trees.This original village has cafe bars & restaurants where you can enjoy drinks or traditional tapas along the main street , many of the façades of the houses are painted in vivid colours, which give the village a lively appearance. Around the main square you can see some of the most beautiful 19th Century facades as well as “els Porxes”: the market square is covered with Arabic tiles and constructed with cast-iron pillars and wooden beams.Pedregeur offers visitors the chance to take a walk through the town centre and discover beautiful ancient buildings such as the parish church of Santa Cruz (16th century). Outside the town centre there is the Sant Blai chapel, from which we can see the Segaria mountain range, the Montgo Nature Park and La Sella with the famous Golf course,Tennis & the five star Marriott Hotel & Luxury Spa. A perfect setting for those cycling enthusiasts as well as Horse riding, mountain or country walks or for those who enjoy the faster pace quad biking through the beautiful Orba valley. For those of you who like to shop Pedreguer has something to offer everyone. Those who like a bargain can make their way to the car boot sale or Rastro market held every Sunday on the nearby industrial estate or the traditional vegetable market in the town square every Saturday. The village also specializes in the manufacturing of bags, hats and leather goods. Try also visiting the neighbouring village of Gata de Gorgos which is famous for it’s wicker furniture shops or Ondara with it’s historic bull ring. Within a 5 minute drive along the N332 you will find the modern shopping centre ‘La Marina’ which has a wide range of shops, a cinema and restaurants. Parking is free. There seems to always be a Fiestas in Pedreguer and to name a few: Every New Year the festival season begins with Reyes Magos, Cavalcade of the Three Kings. This festival starts on the 5th of January. It is the day that the Spanish traditionally celebrate their Christmas. On the 17th of January the people of Pedreguer celebrate the Fiestas of San Antonio Abad, with pilgrimage, blessing of animals and popular celebrations. On the 3rd of February there is a religious festival - the Festival of Sant Blai, with sales of the traditional 'porrat', sport events and concerts. Pedreguers festivities would not be complete without the annual Carnival which lasts from February 20 - 27 . It includes many Fancy Dress Parades and street dancing, with the burial and 'Cremá' (burning) of the Sardine. During the month of July is the main town fiestas in honour of San Buenaventura with bull-running throughout the town, 10 days as from 11-12 July with spectacular costumes, music, live bands,parades and much much more…. How to get to Pedreguer Pedreguer is just off the A-7 motorway (autoroute) s... http://www.arkadia.com/zqso-t20/

$1,078 /week

June 10th, 2015 05:58 am
240 m²
Rooms: 4
LUXURY STONE VILLA ,HUGE GARDEN, FANTASTIC VIEWS, POOL, VOLLEY/FOOTBALL ,SLIDE, WIFI,..This stunning luxury stone villa is in just the ideal location, sitting in it’s very own private secluded gardens hidden amongst the orange groves.It is the perfect place to sit back and relax in peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of every day life, yet in just a couple of minutes in a car you can be in the traditional Spanish village of Pedreguer and a little further on you can experience all the sites and flavours of Denia, Javea and Moraira.The villa itself has been lovingly renovated to a very high standard with exposed wooden beams and traditional stone walls, with a stunning interior gallery with water fountain and intrecate window features, that give it a unique warm, peaceful, ambience.As you approach the house down a private road you arrive at the electric gates and private entrance to La Finca Bella. On entering you can barely see the beautiful finca hiding behind the small forest of almond and walnut trees, there is a large gravelled car park and roundabout with ample space for 5 + cars. This leads onto a narrow winding pathway to the house entrance with an open porch and beautiful natural stone well. Through a quaint handmade wooden door you enter the large open country kitchen that oozes with character that sets the theme for the rest of the house, with patio doors leading to the fantastic outside pool. Back in the kitchen there is a reclaimed stone butler sink, extensive tiled work surfaces and ample cupboard space, full size fridge and separate full size freezer. To add to the social family area is a centre island with stools for family and friends to sit around and chat while you cook up a delight on the double hob and oven.The open kitchen leads onto the dining area which is in the heart of the house with a large dining table which seats 8 comfortably. Behind the large table is the real log burning fire and above is the open gallery with open railings and water fountain feature and an interior mediteranean style window. In the dining room is also the music system which controls the multi room audio system for inside and outside the house as well as a docking station for your ipod to enjoy your very own special holiday sounds.The cosy lounge is separated from the dining area and kitchen by the two huge original wooden doors. In this room you can relax on two ample sized cream leather sofas to catch up with Sky TV and DVDs for the kids. There are also two patio doors from here leading to the large outside patio and pool area.From the lounge you enter the downstairs kingsize bedroom that exudes character and comfort, with a window that looks out onto the patio and pool area.From the dining area there is the original staircase made from antique tiles leading to the upper interior gallery.The first bedroom you come to is the large master bedroom again full of character, with drapes over the bed, separate sofa and a romantic balcony of grapevines and flowers overlooking the very inviting pool. Opposite the master bedroom is the main bathroom that is unique to say the least, there is a huge luxury Turkish style bath and shower which gives you the massive wow factor. Again in here is multi room audio so you can relax to your music whilst soaking in this luxury bath.Next to the main bathroom are the 2 twin bedrooms which are mirror images of each other, both full of character with exposed stone walls and rustic floor tiles. Each bedroom has its own private door to step out onto the large roof terrace which is completely surrounded by grapevines to give total privacy and seclusion. From here you have breathtaking views stretching across the orange groves in the valley to the stunning surrounding mountains all the way down to the Mediterranean sea.The terrace also has multi room audio system.The sunset from this spot is incredible, a must with a glass of wine. The huge flat plot has an abundance of various fruit trees and grapevines perfect for the kids to have an adventure climbing trees and playing on rope swings while you relax in the hammock set between the trees.There are also several seating areas round this shaded side of the house where you can shelter from the midday sun under the trees and grapevines.On the poolside of the garden is an open lawned area with swing and slide, a kids toy log cabin and a mini goal and football playing area to keep the kids entertained.The pool is fenced off from this area to give you peace of mind whilst the children play safely in the garden.On the south facing pool side of the house you can enjoy the Spanish sun for over 320 days of the year, it is a real sun trap for both winter and summer lets, with a huge terrace with 8 sun loungers, a gorgeous comfortable 3 piece sofa and table under a large parasol for those warmer months. At the far end of the patio next to the orange groves is a shaded wooden pergola covered in grapevines, under which sits a huge Henry VIII style handmade wooden table with tree trunks for legs and benches for seats.This is a fantastic place for all the family and friends to gather round to enjoy some Al Fresco Mediterranean dining prepared on the barbeque which is directly next to the table so the chef can be involved with the fellow diners. Everyone comments on the fantastic crystal clear 10.5x 5.5m pool.Straight from the kitchen you walk out to the Roman style steps into the pool which has 4 sunken bar stools to cool off whilst you enjoy a refreshing drink under the shade of the traditionally thatched parasol.The pool itself has been specifically designed for children and games in mind, unlike many standard pools that are too deep for the kids even in the shallow end, this pool is only 1metre deep to half way and then decends to 2m at the deep end.This makes it perfect for fun and games in the water and a great volleyball net stretching the width of the pool is supplied so you can have hours of fun in the cool water or the more relaxed can look on from their sunken bar stalls. The finca is also ideal for 2 families or a family holidaying with grandparents. Lots of toys to entertain the children. Owners/property manager are local should you need them.To sum up this magical house has it all for a family holiday of a life time, you will not be disappointed. Pedreguer The traditional village of Pedreguer is close to the beaches of Javea and Denia yet it is away from the maddening crowds and so it makes for a perfect holiday location if you want to enjoy a taste of the real Spain.Pedreguer is a typical Spanish market town located at the foot of the Muntanya Gran and is the gateway to the beautiful Orba Valley famous for its orange groves and a short trip inland to the Jalon Valley’s famous vineyards is also highly recommended. The area offers breath-taking scenery for a pleasant drive and in February this is the best place to see the almond blossom and green valleys covered in orange trees.This original village has cafe bars & restaurants where you can enjoy drinks or traditional tapas along the main street , many of the façades of the houses are painted in vivid colours, which give the village a lively appearance. Around the main square you can see some of the most beautiful 19th Century facades as well as “els Porxes”: the market square is covered with Arabic tiles and constructed with cast-iron pillars and wooden beams.Pedregeur offers visitors the chance to take a walk through the town centre and discover beautiful ancient buildings such as the parish church of Santa Cruz (16th century). Outside the town centre there is the Sant Blai chapel, from which we can see the Segaria mountain range, the Montgo Nature Park and La Sella with the famous Golf course,Tennis & the five star Marriott Hotel & Luxury Spa. A perfect setting for those cycling enthusiasts as well as Horse riding, mountain or country walks or for those who enjoy the faster pace quad biking through the beautiful Orba valley. For those of you who like to shop Pedreguer has something to offer everyone. Those who like a bargain can make their way to the car boot sale or Rastro market held every Sunday on the nearby industrial estate or the traditional vegetable market in the town square every Saturday. The village also specializes in the manufacturing of bags, hats and leather goods. Try also visiting the neighbouring village of Gata de Gorgos which is famous for it’s wicker furniture shops or Ondara with it’s historic bull ring. Within a 5 minute drive along the N332 you will find the modern shopping centre ‘La Marina’ which has a wide range of shops, a cinema and restaurants. Parking is free. There seems to always be a Fiestas in Pedreguer and to name a few: Every New Year the festival season begins with Reyes Magos, Cavalcade of the Three Kings. This festival starts on the 5th of January. It is the day that the Spanish traditionally celebrate their Christmas. On the 17th of January the people of Pedreguer celebrate the Fiestas of San Antonio Abad, with pilgrimage, blessing of animals and popular celebrations. On the 3rd of February there is a religious festival - the Festival of Sant Blai, with sales of the traditional 'porrat', sport events and concerts. Pedreguers festivities would not be complete without the annual Carnival which lasts from February 20 - 27 . It includes many Fancy Dress Parades and street dancing, with the burial and 'Cremá' (burning) of the Sardine. During the month of July is the main town fiestas in honour of San Buenaventura with bull-running throughout the town, 10 days as from 11-12 July with spectacular costumes, music, live bands,parades and much much more…. How to get to Pedreguer Pedreguer is just off the A-7 motorway (autoroute) s... http://www.arkadia.com/zqso-t21/
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