An established touring park and small holding set just inland from the North Cornish coast with majestic views. Impressive 4 bedroom modern house - 2900 sqft. Substantial range of outbuildings. Successful touring park and campsite. Three static caravans. Total of 40 acres including pasture. EPC Band C.
Commanding fabulous far-reaching views to the North Cornish coast, Little Treamble Farm stands in a wonderful rural position between the popular resorts of Perranporth and Newquay.
Surrounded by picturesque countryside, this attractive and diverse holding lies within easy driving distance of a number of fine beaches, whilst a by-way passes along the shared entrance drive affording access to a plethora of scenic walks.
Renowned for its almost three-mile stretch of sandy beach and excellent surfing, Perranporth offers a range of local facilities together with a Links Golf Course. Other notable nearby beaches include Crantock and Holywell Bay, both of which are owned by The National Trust and backed by broad sand dunes. Slightly further afield is Newquay with its wide range of amenities together with the world renowned surfing beach at Fistral.
The cathedral city of Truro is a vibrant shopping centre with many national retailers represented. There is also a variety of well-established local schools, indoor and outdoor markets, cobbled streets and alleyways.
The A30 trunk road is around four miles away allowing easy access both around the county and to the property.SUMMARY OF THE PROPERTY
Available on the open market for the first time in over 25 years, Little Treamble Farm represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire a superbly positioned touring park and smallholding that extends to around 40 acres in total.
Commanding wonderful panoramic views to the north Cornish coast, the touring park has been established and grown by the Vendors into a successful and highly rated tourist business that, in addition to the campsite, includes three static caravans.
The main residence was also constructed by the Vendors and offers beautifully presented family accommodation together with extensive gardens.
There is a substantial range of outbuildings, mobile home and ancillary buildings serving the campsite. The farmland outside of the campsite is laid to pasture and gently slopes into the valley, again with great views.MAIN RESIDENCE
Extending to some 2,900 sqft, this attractive family home is approached over its own separate driveway and stands to the west of the touring park enjoying truly outstanding panoramic views across open countryside to the coast in the distance.
The layout of the accommodation and dimension are more clearly identified in the accompanying floor plans but in brief comprise:
An Entrance Porch that opens into a spacious and welcoming Reception Hall with the two well-proportioned formal Reception Rooms opening off. The Kitchen is appointed with a comprehensive range of bespoke oak fronted units, complimented by granite work surfaces and a central island. The ground floor is completed with a Pantry, Study and Shower Room.
On the first floor are found the family Bathroom and four Double Bedrooms, the master benefiting from an En-Suite complete with steam shower enclosure.OUTSIDE
To the front of the property is a generous granite driveway with ample parking for several vehicles and direct access to the Garage with remote roller door.
Accessed from the kitchen and orientated to catch the evening summer sun, is an expansive granite sun terrace with an impressive outdoor kitchen and barbeque area. Out of sight from the tourist areas, the rear gardens are totally private. Sweeping lawns run down to a summerhouse / studio that is perfectly positioned to capitalise on the vistas over your own farmland towards the sea.THE CAMPSITE
Treamble Holidays has been established and operated by the Vendors for over 10 years building a healthy and respected business that enjoys excellent occupancy and repeat bookings.
The touring site is approached over its own independent driveway with the pitches laid out within three level enclosures. Planning allows for a total of 20 pitches, all of which benefit from electric hook-up points, some with water and/or drainage. There are two separate buildings housing the showers and WCs with additional laundry/wash-up building, shop and area used for plant sales.
Separating each of the fields Country Views, Sea Views and Palm Views - are fences and mature trees with the whole site being well maintained and cared for.
Also on site and situated in a secluded cul-de-sac are three 6-berth Willerby Westmorland static caravans each with parking and sun deck. Surrounding the caravans are lawned grounds. There is also planning consent for a further two static caravans with concrete bases and ground works already completed.
Beyond the formal touring park is an additional level enclosure that, during the peak of the season, is used principally for tents.OUTBUILDINGS
At the heart of the property is an extensive range of substantial farm buildings, principally timber framed with corrugated sheet cladding that could lend themselves to a variety of uses.
Briefly they comprise:
Four-bay Pole Barn 60 x 35 (18m x 11m)
Two-bay Pole Barn - 14 x 22 (4m x 7m)
Three-bay Barn - 40 x 29 (12m x 9m)
Timber framed Barn 60 x 67 (18m x 20m)
Timber framed Barn - 15 x 20 (5m x 6m)THE LAND
In all the property extends to 40.48 acres. The farmland is classified as Grade III (Good to Moderate quality) and is free draining, gently sloping, well farmed, predominantly pastureland. It is accessed from several gateways off the byway that runs along the boundary and is enclosed within 7 fields. Near the NW corner is a useful field shelter (30 x 30).
The land suits livestock or horse grazing, or could accommodate a range of alternative recreational uses or further expansion of the tourist business, subject to any necessary consents. Entitlements to claim farm subsidies on the land will be included in the sale. There are no environmental schemes affecting the land.WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleaves, easements or rights of way. There are no public rights of way that cross the property.THE BUSINESS
The campsite and touring park is run by a husband and wife team who have established and built a profitable business over the last ten years or so.
The site benefits from high occupancy levels throughout the season with many visitors returning on a repeat basis. The Vendors promote the campsite through their own website, www.treambleholidays.co.uk and accounts can be made available to interested parties following viewing.SERVICES
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating to main residence. LPG bulk tank serving the static caravans and launderette.LOCAL AUTHORITY
Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY. Telephone 0300 1234 100.OUTGOINGS
The camping site and premises has a current rateable value of £12,000. The house is in Council Tax Band F.NOTES
The property is sold subject to a S.106 Agreement which stipulates that the property can only be sold as a whole. A Certificate of Lawfulness for Existing Use or Development Ref: PA17/02765 is in place for non-compliance with an agricultural occupancy condition. All prices are quoted exclusive of VAT, where applicable.DIRECTIONS
Travelling westwards on the A30, pass over the Carland Cross roundabout and continue towards Redruth. Take the first turning right to Perranporth and within ¾ mile turn right signposted Newquay onto Scotland Road. Proceed for approximately 1 mile and at the T-junction turn right onto the A3075 towards Newquay. Within 350 yards, turn left signposted Rejerrah and proceed along this lane for approximately ¾ mile to the top of the hill and on a sharp left-hand corner proceed almost straight on into the shared lane that serves Little Treamble Farm. Little Treamble Farm is the first property on the right-hand side.VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Holiday Complex Department on 01392 680058 or Stags Truro office on 01872 264488.