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Lesnewth, Boscastle, Cornwall, PL35
Guide price £775,000 | 3 bedrooms | 71.5 acres

Property features

• Well Presented 3 Bedroom Bungalow (AOC)
• Timber Framed General Purpose Barn
• Loose Boxes/Stables
• Excellent Rural And Sea Views
• Productive Pasture Land
• Available In 2 Lots
• 71.5 Acres In All

Residential farm with wonderful coastal views. Well presented 3 bed bungalow (AOC), general purpose barn, loose boxes/stables, free draining and well fenced pasture. 3 miles from the coast. Available in 2 lots. 71.50 acres in all. EPC Band D.
 
SITUATION
Tregrylls Farm is nestled in wonderful Cornish countryside, close to the spectacular North Cornish Coast, and within the Pentire Point to Widemouth Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are fine rural and coastal views from most of the property with the farmhouse and buildings located in a slightly more sheltered position. The narrow harbour of Boscastle and the many charming character stone cottages, together with the spectacular landscape and coast path, attract a good number of visitors. There are numerous surfing coves along the coast, several renowned golf courses in the area, including Bowood and St Enodoc, and the new livestock centre at Holsworthy Market attracts stock and buyers from a wide area.

DESCRIPTION
Tregrylls Farm offers an excellent opportunity to acquire a modest residential livestock farm, with a comfortable 3 bedroom bungalow (with AOC), a substantial useful timber framed barn and some loose boxes/stables, all set within 71.5 acres (28.94 hectares). The land is relatively free draining, productive pasture land, approximately 250 metres above sea level. It is all in excellent condition and well fenced with established Cornish hedges providing good shade and shelter around each field. The land has been well farmed organically and given the location, may offer some tourist or other diversification opportunities. Please see covering letter for guide prices of individual lots.

ACCOMMODATION
The farmhouse is a well presented, detached 3 bedroom bungalow with well proportioned accommodation. The floor plan shows the extent of the accommodation, but in brief it comprises: porch leading into a large, light and airy hall, with airing cupboard, loft hatch and extra wide corridor accessing the accommodation. The kitchen has a single, stainless steel sink and drainer, an oil fired Rayburn and pine wall and floor mounted units. The utility room has a door accessing the cloakroom and the rear garden, an oil fired combi-boiler and plumbing for a washing machine . There is a spacious sitting room with a feature slate fire place, bathroom with white suite with bath and separate shower cubicle. There are 3 double bedrooms, 2 with built-in wardrobes.

OUTSIDE
To the front/south is a drive and parking area with gardens laid mainly to lawn with mature shrubs and beds wrapping around the other three sides of the bungalow.

THE LAND AND BUILDINGS
The land comprises 7 large practical shaped fields that are reasonably level, free draining pasture fields, that appear to have been well farmed. The farm has very generous road frontage bordered by quiet lanes to the west and the south.
 
To the east of the bungalow, and accessed from the road separately, over a small cattle grid, is a drive, to the well sheltered farmyard, cut into the bank. There is a substantial, versatile pole barn 100' x 80' (29.5m x 25.5m) with a part soil, part concrete floor, clad on 1.5 sides with concrete block and corrugated tin sheeting above and 1.5 sides with timber boarding with corrugated tin sheeting above; all under a corrugated tin roof. This building incorporates a workshop area. Beside it is a sheep handling area and race, an old static caravan, currently disconnected from services, but previously connected with electricity, telephone line and septic tank, which are all still available close by. On the other side of a generous concrete apron, is a pair of concrete block stables/loose boxes, 12' x 12'' with concrete floor, concrete block walls, under a fibre cement roof.

SERVICES
The farmhouse has a borehole water supply shared with the farmland. Both the borehole and the reservoir are on the farmland. If the bungalow is sold separately from the farmland, rights shall be granted to the new bungalow owner to be provided with borehole water, subject to them installing a sub-meter and paying for their water at the current rate that the local water authority charge. The bungalow also has mains electricity and a septic tank drainage. It is centrally heated from a oil fired combi-boiler.
 
The main barn has hot and cold water, mains power and lighting and a currently disconnected telephone connection.
 
The fields are mostly watered off a network from the borehole with the two most southerly fields having access to a leat.

PLANNING
The farmhouse is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition requiring the occupier to be wholly, mainly or lastly employed in agriculture in the locality. Further information is available upon request.

AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCHEMES
The relevant number of Basic Payment Scheme entitlements will be made available to the purchaser in time for the 2018 claim. The land has also been entered into the Higher Level Environmental Stewardship Scheme and is certified as Organic. Further information on these schemes is available upon request.

WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any Wayleave Agreements in respect of electricity or telephone equipment and the property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any public or private rights of way. There are no public rights of way shown on the Ordnance Survey Plan that affect the property.

VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags Launceston Office,

DIRECTIONS
From the junction of the A395 with the A39 beside the Dairy Crest Creamery at Davidstow proceed north towards Bude. After approximately 700m and immediately before the Titchbarrow mast on the right hand side, turn left signposted Tintagel 6, Boscastle 5 miles. Proceed along this road and take the first turning on the right hand side. After a short distance, take the first turning right signposted Treworld and Lesnewth, then take the first turning on the left and the farm land starts on your right hand side. The first entrance on the right hand side is the track to the farm buildings and immediately beside this is the bungalow. A For Sale board has been erected at the road junction.

 

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