This ancient farmhouse dating back to 13th century is located on a working farm in a peaceful spot ½ mile from the hamlet of St Endellion and 1½ by footpath from Port Isaac.
Ideal for families, this fascinating property enjoys lovely, long rural views and makes a great base for exploring this delightful part of north Cornwall.
On the ground floor a well-equipped kitchen with oil-fired Rayburn for extra cosiness and dining area, plus a sitting room with a wood burning stove and lovely views over the garden and fields beyond.
Upstairs three bedrooms, some with those lovely rural views: two double bedrooms and another double with a single bed, and a family shower room.
Outside a spacious, shared lawn garden for relaxation with garden furniture, a trampoline and swing for boisterous youngsters.
The hamlet of St Endellion, famous for two annual music festivals, is just a short stroll away, whilst the beautiful Cornish harbour of Port Isaac (of Fisherman’s Friends fame) is slightly further afield but still easily accessible by footpath.
Three bedrooms: two double bedrooms and a double with an extra single bed, plus a family shower room with shower, basin and WC. Separate cloakroom with basin and WC. On the ground floor kitchen with Rayburn and dining area. Sitting room with wood burning stove. Cloakroom with basin and WC.