Spacious 3 bedroom modern bungalow set in a lovely position in the large village of St. Tudy, in an attractive and sought after unspoilt location in the River Camel Valley, between the A39 and St. Breward on the edge of Bodmin Moor.
Tremeer Lane is on the western side of the village which is served by an excellent range of local services and amenities including shops, pubs, church, school etc.
ST. BREWARD 3 MILES * BLISLAND 3½ MILES * ST. TEATH 3½ MILES * ST. KEW 4 MILES * WADEBRIDGE 6 MILES * BODMIN 8 MILES
The property is well positioned close the to the heart of the unspoilt Cornish village of St. Tudy which has a Grade I Listed Church and an excellent range of local services and amenities providing a very convenient and easy living lifestyle. The St. Tudy Inn is well known for its restaurant, there is a primary school, substantial Post Office and general stores in the village sufficient for daily requirements. Local villages of St. Teath and St. Mabyn are close at hand with butchers, Inn and restaurant etc. The former market town of Wadebridge on the Camel Estuary is 6 miles away and has a good range of national and local shops, primary and secondary schools, sports and social clubs, café’s, restaurants, pubs etc and offers bike hire for the popular Camel Trail to Padstow or Bodmin.
Bodmin is about 8 miles distant and also boasts a large range of retail and commercial services, education, health and leisure facilities. Bodmin Parkway is a mainline railway station with direct links to London Paddington with the fastest time being about 3hrs 42 mins. Newquay Airport is about 18 miles distant with regular flights within the UK and to Europe.
Trekelly Meadow sits in a lovely quiet residential area of this popular and sought after village on the edge of the moor. There is an attractive lawn garden of good size to the front and a feature garden to the rear with an additional parcel of land suitable for an orchard or for pets or poultry etc. The gardens are superbly maintained and have been planted out over the years with specimen plants including Camelia and Azaleas and have a stone path leading around the property through the gardens.
The bungalow was built in the mid 1980’s of concrete block construction with some feature exposed stone and rendered with pebble dash to the front exterior under a concrete tiled roof, and offers spacious three bedroom family accommodation. The bungalow currently has electric heating but central heating pipe work is fitted should it be required. There is a driveway off Tremeer Lane with a pair of metal entrance gates and granite gateposts leading to a tarmac parking area and a Garage to the side. The front garden is bordered by a lovely Camelia hedge and has a feature Magnolia tree together with various other shrubs and bushes and a small ornamental pond.
The rear garden has a lovely sitting out patio which enjoys views over the manicured garden. There is a garage and wooden potting shed together with various paths through the garden and borders. At the rear of the garden is a small meadow providing space for a vegetable garden, orchard or poultry pens etc.