Quietly set 72 acre residential and stock farm with a Grade II listed 6 bedroom character house, substantial traditional Grade II listed barn with potential, further barns with development potential and general purpose buildings. Read more
Quietly set 72 acre residential and stock farm with a Grade II listed 6 bedroom character house, substantial traditional Grade II listed barn with potential, further barns with development potential and general purpose buildings.
Situation - Treswen Farm is situated on the eastern edge of the popular rural village of Warbstow and is approached over a newly tarmacked lane off the Warbstow to Canworthy Water road.
The farm lies approximately 3 miles north east of the market hamlet of Hallworthy where there is a livestock market, public house, filling station and shop.
Approximately 10 miles to the south east is Launceston. The main A30 dual carriageway at Kennards House lies approximately 8 miles to the south east of the farm from where there is easy access to the east to Okehampton and Exeter, and to the west to Truro.
The Property - Treswen Farm is a most appealing 72 acre residential and livestock farm with a very characterful and appealing 6 bedroom Grade II listed farmhouse which is in need of some upgrading.
The house, according to the listing, dates from the early 18th Century and has retained much of its character and charm both internally and externally.
The detached traditional Grade II listed stone barn is particular feature of the farm and subject to the necessary planning consent, would create an impressive and substantial further dwelling.
The house is situated in a quiet location and enjoys far reaching countryside views and a pleasant aspect to its front elevation.
The accommodation provides comfortable family living and briefly comprises: Sun room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen / breakfast room, utility / boot room, dairy and store /boiler room. On the split level ground floor the family bathroom and on the first floor 6 bedrooms.
Gardens & Grounds - From the parish road, the farm is approached over a recently laid tarmacadam drive which opens out onto a gravelled parking area to the rear of the house and the front of the barn. The parking area is bordered by areas of level lawns and an enclosed orchard to one side and an enclosed garden to the other, which is laid to lawn and bordered by specimen deciduous trees and interspersed with apple trees.
At the front of the house is a pretty, enclosed garden which is mainly laid to lawns with stocked flowerbed borders and a central island stocked with evergreen shrubs and trees. A paved patio area leads to the upper terrace which is lawned and interspersed with a variety of flowering shrubs and trees. Former outside WC: 2.22m x 2.00m (7'3 x 6'7) Stone built under a pitched slate roof still with the original two-person bench toilet.
Detached Barn - Traditional Barn: 13.70m x 6.90m (44'11 x 22'8) A solid and substantial Grade II listed stone built two-storey barn with great potential for conversion, subject to the necessary planning consents, two Lean-to's of timber and corrugated sheet. All enclosed within yard areas to the front and both sides, with the rear having far-reaching countryside views over the land and the landscape beyond.
Lean-to 1: 6.90m x 5.45m (22'8 x 17'11) Lean-to 2: 18.66m x 4.20m (61'3 x 13'9)
Buildings - Traditional Barn: 4.90m x 4.30m (16'1 x 14'1 ) Located in the field adjacent to the traditional barns yard. Potential to create a stable/loose box.
Car Port: 8.80m x 4.50m (28'10 x 14'9)
Traditional Barn: 12.70m x 5.35m (41'8 x 17'7)
Attached Store: 2.83m x 4.33m (9'3 x 14'2)
Linhay Barn: 11.60m x 5.90m (38'1 x 19'4)
Livestock/Storage Building: 21.20m x 10.60m (69'7 x 34'9)
Pole Barn: 14.10m x 5.70m (46'3 x 18'8)
SilageClamp/Livestock Accommodation Building: 30.0m x 22.0m (98'5 x 72'2)
Bay 1: 22.0m x 9.20m (72'2 x 30'2) Livestock/Loose Housing:
Bay 2: 22.0m x 11.70m (72'2 x 38'5) Silage Clamp:
Bay 3: 22.0m x 9.0m (72'2 x 29'6) Cubicles and Loose Housing:
Lean-to Livestock Accommodation: 22.0m x 12.0m (72'2 x 39'4) Loose Housing with full length feed passage.
At the front of the building is a full length turnout yard with access to self-feed silage. Below the yard is a slurry/dung store.
The Land - The main block of land, coloured green on the plan, including the farmhouse, yards and building extends to approximately 72 acres of mainly level or gently sloping grassland. The land is enclosed within a ring fence and divided into easily managed enclosures with river frontage along the south-eastern boundary. Further land is available by separate negotiation: Coloured yellow 23.22 acres in 2 enclosures with river frontage on the north-western boundary and road frontage on the south-eastern boundary. Coloured blue 8.77 acres in one level field with road frontage on two sides. Coloured orange 17 acres in a ring fence with river frontage on the western boundary and road frontage along the eastern boundary. There is a public footpath across some of the property.
Recreation - Water Sailing is available at Siblyback and Roadford Lakes, Padstow, Fowey, Plymouth, Newton Ferrers, Salcombe, Dartmouth and various other harbours along the south coast. There are delightful beaches on the North Cornish coast including Widemouth Bay, Trebarwith, Polzeath, Harlyn Bay and Constantine Bay. Horse riding on quiet country lanes in the area. The North & South West Coast Path also offers scenic walking and further walking and riding are available on Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor. Golf Golf courses can be found at Launceston, Kennards House, Tavistock, Holsworthy, Saltash, Whitsand Bay, Looe Bindown and St Mellion.
Communications - Road The A30 from Launceston provides easy access to Exeter and the M5 motorway. Rail Intercity services operate from Exeter to London. Sea Ferry services operate from Plymouth to northern France and northern Spain. Air Newquay Airport offers flights to numerous destinations including London Gatwick. Exeter International Airport provides daily flights to London City Airport and flights to the Isles of Scilly, Channel Islands, Ireland, Scotland and a number of continental destinations. Bristol International Airport offers flights to numerous European destinations.
Services - Water Mains Drainage Private Electricity Mains BT & Broadband BT connection Heating Woodburner & oil fired central heating Council Tax Currently Band D
Local Authorities - Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3AY. Tel: 0300 1234 100. Western Power Distribution, Avonbank, Feeder Road, Bristol BS2 0TB. Tel: 01179 332000. South West Water, Peninsula House, Rydon Lane, Exeter, Devon EX2 7WP. Tel: 01392 4466888.
Basic Payment Scheme - There is a Basic Payment entitlement attributable to the farm. This will be transferred to the purchaser in accordance with the RPA transfer guidance following completion.
Viewing Arrangements - All viewings are to be accompanied without exception. Walking the land unaccompanied is strictly forbidden as this is a working livestock farm.
Agent's Notes - None of the services or appliances, plumbing, heating or electrical installations have been tested by the selling agent. Any maps used on the details are to assist identification of the property only and are not an indication of the actual surroundings, which may have changed since the map was printed. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. There are numerous power points throughout the property although not individually listed.
All figures, measurements, floor plans and maps are for guidance purposes only. They are prepared and issued in good faith and are intended to give a fair description of the property but do not constitute any part of any offer or contract. The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all outgoings, rights of way, easements and wayleaves there may be, whether mentioned in these general remarks and stipulations or particulars of sale or not.
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