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Bridge Street, St Blazey £335,000 Freehold

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**VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE** A rare and exciting opportunity to purchase a beautifully renovated and truly unique three double bedroom 19th Century railway cottage, situated on the banks of the Par River and adjacent to the Par-Newquay branch line. Located on the edge of the village of St Blazey, within two miles (via footpaths) of Par Sands, the stunning Luxulyan Valley and The Eden Project. Offers a deceptively spacious and interesting accommodation layout which must be viewed to be fully appreciated. An early viewing appointment is strongly recommended.   

Bridge Crossing Cottage occupies a prominent position between the villages of St Blazey and Kilhallon, on the banks of the Par River. The south Cornwall coast is located within two miles via footpaths, with the idyllic Luxulyan Valley World Heritage woodland within two miles via footpaths to the north. The world-famous Eden Project is within one and three-quarter miles. The location is perfect for keen walkers and dog owners, with all the aforementioned locations being accessible via public footpaths and quiet lanes. A mainline railway station at Par (connecting with GWR London Paddington services and Cross Country services to the North) is only one and a half miles from the cottage. Village amenities in St Blazey are within half a mile and include village shop & Post Office, takeaways, public house and St Blazey football club. St Blazey Co-op supermarket is within a mile of the cottage.

Bridge Crossing Cottage occupies a position with close proximity to the Par-Newquay branch line, with noise levels being far less intrusive than one would imagine. The passing trains (and occasional toots from the driver!) are a great selling point for the right purchaser.

The cottage occupies what feel like ‘its own island’ with access only available from Bridge Street on one side. The elongated, triangular plot is bordered by the railway to one side, and Par River on the other.

The outside space offers two main areas; a westerly facing riverside terrace (benefits from summer evening sunshine) which is immediately accessible from the lounge, and a long, low maintenance garden which extends to the south. The current owners have carried out a substantial amount of new landscaping and gardening work, which has included the construction of a timber storage/workshop shed at the bottom corner. Sitting areas with galvanised railings overlook the Par River and footpath.

The cottage is accessed from Bridge Street on the northern side, with a gravelled pathway leading across the rear to the main front door. A recently constructed timber kayak/bike/woodstore is located on the northerly gable end.

The front door opens into an impressively spacious kitchen diner which boasts a high specification kitchen with beautiful granite worksurfaces with unique marbling. There is space for a range style cooker and inset corner sink. A door opens to the utility area and downstairs WC. The kitchen diner has a light and open feel, with a triple aspect offered by windows to the front and rear elevations and French doors opening to the conservatory. The dining space offers ample room for a six to eight person dining table. The combi boiler is located on the wall near to the utility room door.

The conservatory offers a very pleasant sitting room for all times of the year and has French doors opening to access the southerly garden. The current owners have had a new double glazed roof fitted to the conservatory approximately four years ago.

The utility room offers an outlook over the river, and offers worksurface, inset sink and storage units. There is ample space for laundry appliances. A door opens to the downstairs WC which has a close coupled WC and small hand washing basin.

The lounge is very well appointed, with windows to the rear elevation and a triple glazed door opening to the riverside terrace. A beautiful, turning Hemlock staircase (with storage space underneath) rises to the first floor landing/study area. A characterful brick-built fireplace houses a ‘Hunter’ multi-fuel burner set on a tiled hearth, with timber mantle over. A door opens to the downstairs bedroom and en-suite shower room.

The downstairs double bedroom is a generous double, with a window to the rear elevation and built in wardrobe space. A door opens to an impressive ensuite shower room, which has a fully tiled mosaic design wet room style floor, with level access to the shower area and tiling to other water sensitive areas. It is also fitted with a close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin. This bedroom suite may offer potential for those looking for accommodation for a dependant relative.

The first floor landing/study area has an attractive timber spindled balustrade and can easily be used as a study space with ample electric sockets and desk space with good lighting. A Velux style window to the front elevation offers plenty of natural light. A useful storage area to the eaves space sits opposite the bathroom. Doors at either end open to the two upstairs double bedrooms.

The bathroom is well appointed, with a Velux style window to the front elevation. It has been thoughtfully designed with a modern suite comprising a built-in panel bath, close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin. Water sensitive areas have been tiled with an attractive mosaic design.

The two upstairs double bedrooms both enjoy high vaulted ceilings. The northerly bedroom has a Velux style window to the front elevation, offering views towards the village and has clever built in shelving, which can be opened to reveal a substantial storage space.

The double bedroom on the southerly side benefits from built in wardrobe space and has a window to the southerly elevation, which offers a fantastic view down the neighbouring railway, river and footpath.

To summarise, Bridge Crossing Cottage’s benefits cannot be fully conveyed through a written and photographic description. Please click the links on our online adverts to view our video tours. We then strongly encourage a physical viewing to truly appreciate everything this unique home has to offer.


**VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE** A rare and exciting opportunity to purchase a beautifully renovated and truly unique three double bedroom 19th Century railway cottage, situated on the banks of the Par River and adjacent to the Par-Newquay branch line. Located on the edge of the village of St Blazey, within two miles (via footpaths) of Par Sands, the stunning Luxulyan Valley and The Eden Project. Offers a deceptively spacious and interesting accommodation layout which must be viewed to be fully appreciated. An early viewing appointment is strongly recommended.   

Bridge Crossing Cottage occupies a prominent position between the villages of St Blazey and Kilhallon, on the banks of the Par River. The south Cornwall coast is located within two miles via footpaths, with the idyllic Luxulyan Valley World Heritage woodland within two miles via footpaths to the north. The world-famous Eden Project is within one and three-quarter miles. The location is perfect for keen walkers and dog owners, with all the aforementioned locations being accessible via public footpaths and quiet lanes. A mainline railway station at Par (connecting with GWR London Paddington services and Cross Country services to the North) is only one and a half miles from the cottage. Village amenities in St Blazey are within half a mile and include village shop & Post Office, takeaways, public house and St Blazey football club. St Blazey Co-op supermarket is within a mile of the cottage.

Bridge Crossing Cottage occupies a position with close proximity to the Par-Newquay branch line, with noise levels being far less intrusive than one would imagine. The passing trains (and occasional toots from the driver!) are a great selling point for the right purchaser.

The cottage occupies what feel like ‘its own island’ with access only available from Bridge Street on one side. The elongated, triangular plot is bordered by the railway to one side, and Par River on the other.

The outside space offers two main areas; a westerly facing riverside terrace (benefits from summer evening sunshine) which is immediately accessible from the lounge, and a long, low maintenance garden which extends to the south. The current owners have carried out a substantial amount of new landscaping and gardening work, which has included the construction of a timber storage/workshop shed at the bottom corner. Sitting areas with galvanised railings overlook the Par River and footpath.

The cottage is accessed from Bridge Street on the northern side, with a gravelled pathway leading across the rear to the main front door. A recently constructed timber kayak/bike/woodstore is located on the northerly gable end.

The front door opens into an impressively spacious kitchen diner which boasts a high specification kitchen with beautiful granite worksurfaces with unique marbling. There is space for a range style cooker and inset corner sink. A door opens to the utility area and downstairs WC. The kitchen diner has a light and open feel, with a triple aspect offered by windows to the front and rear elevations and French doors opening to the conservatory. The dining space offers ample room for a six to eight person dining table. The combi boiler is located on the wall near to the utility room door.

The conservatory offers a very pleasant sitting room for all times of the year and has French doors opening to access the southerly garden. The current owners have had a new double glazed roof fitted to the conservatory approximately four years ago.

The utility room offers an outlook over the river, and offers worksurface, inset sink and storage units. There is ample space for laundry appliances. A door opens to the downstairs WC which has a close coupled WC and small hand washing basin.

The lounge is very well appointed, with windows to the rear elevation and a triple glazed door opening to the riverside terrace. A beautiful, turning Hemlock staircase (with storage space underneath) rises to the first floor landing/study area. A characterful brick-built fireplace houses a ‘Hunter’ multi-fuel burner set on a tiled hearth, with timber mantle over. A door opens to the downstairs bedroom and en-suite shower room.

The downstairs double bedroom is a generous double, with a window to the rear elevation and built in wardrobe space. A door opens to an impressive ensuite shower room, which has a fully tiled mosaic design wet room style floor, with level access to the shower area and tiling to other water sensitive areas. It is also fitted with a close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin. This bedroom suite may offer potential for those looking for accommodation for a dependant relative.

The first floor landing/study area has an attractive timber spindled balustrade and can easily be used as a study space with ample electric sockets and desk space with good lighting. A Velux style window to the front elevation offers plenty of natural light. A useful storage area to the eaves space sits opposite the bathroom. Doors at either end open to the two upstairs double bedrooms.

The bathroom is well appointed, with a Velux style window to the front elevation. It has been thoughtfully designed with a modern suite comprising a built-in panel bath, close coupled WC and pedestal wash basin. Water sensitive areas have been tiled with an attractive mosaic design.

The two upstairs double bedrooms both enjoy high vaulted ceilings. The northerly bedroom has a Velux style window to the front elevation, offering views towards the village and has clever built in shelving, which can be opened to reveal a substantial storage space.

The double bedroom on the southerly side benefits from built in wardrobe space and has a window to the southerly elevation, which offers a fantastic view down the neighbouring railway, river and footpath.

To summarise, Bridge Crossing Cottage’s benefits cannot be fully conveyed through a written and photographic description. Please click the links on our online adverts to view our video tours. We then strongly encourage a physical viewing to truly appreciate everything this unique home has to offer.


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  • Spacious lounge with multi-fuel burner
  • High specification kitchen with granite worksurfaces
  • Stunning conservatory
  • Three double bedrooms (one en-suite)
  • Double and triple glazing
  • LPG fired gas central heating
  • Southerly facing, low maintenance garden with outbuilding
  • Westerly facing riverside terrace
  • Within two miles of Par sands and Luxulyan Valley walks
  • Within one and a half miles of mainline railway station at Par

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Bridge Street
St Blazey PL24 2NS
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: FAP240033
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