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Boyton, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15
Guide price £2,025,000 | 4 bedrooms | 215.59 acres

Property features

• Lot 2 Lot 3 & Lot 5 The Kersworthy Estate
• Excellent commercial grassland and arable farm
• Comfortable 4 bedroom farmhouse and Letting Cabin
• Extensive range of modern buildings to suit dairy or other livestock enterprises
• Generous areas of concrete hard-standing
• Level or gently easterly facing land
• 10 practical shaped enclosures
• Small broadleaf woodland
• 215.59 acres in all

Well equipped commercial dairy and arable farm with comfortable detached two storey 4 bedroom house, extensive range of modern farm buildings and versatile grassland and arable land. In all 215.59 acres (87.25 hectares). EPC Band E.
The property enjoys an enviable position set in attractive rolling Cornish countryside with fine rural views. It sits almost midway between the well served towns of Launceston and Bude. The historic and former market town of Launceston is 9 miles away, where one can find a good range of shopping, leisure, medical and educational facilities. There is also access here to the A30 dual-carriageway which links the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. The scenic and rugged North Cornwall coast lies just 8 miles to the east, where either beach activities or coast path walks can be enjoyed at the popular resort village of Widemouth Bay. There are lots of local activities one can do in the area ranging from golf and swimming, to walks along the South West Coast Path or on nearby Bodmin Moor or Dartmoor.

Buttern Farm is an excellent commercial grassland and arable farm with an extensive range of modern buildings that would suit dairy or other livestock enterprises. The buildings are described in the schedule and aerial image which can been seen under Plan 2 and include over 35,000 sq ft all under a single roof and additional buildings, all with generous areas of concrete
yards around them.
If Buttern Farmhouse (Lot 2) is sold separately, there could be potential for a new Agriculturally tied dwelling, (STP).
The land comprises 215.59 Acres (87.25 Hectares) of productive arable land and grassland, surrounding the buildings, with three separate fields close by. The land is level or gently easterly facing and is laid out in practical shaped enclosures, several with road frontage. There is a small attractive broadleaf woodland on the north eastern edge of the farm.
Buttern Farmhouse is a detached four bedroom dwelling with a letting cabin and adjoining paddock - 2.83 acres in all.
With its own private driveway, Buttern Farmhouse has comfortable family accommodation and a pleasant southerly aspect overlooking the garden and its adjoining paddock. The property is constructed of rendered walls under a tiled roof, with double glazing throughout.

The accommodation of the faermhouse is illustrated on the floorplan and briefly comprises; Reception Hall, Utility Room and WC. Kitchen/Breakfast Room with a full range of fitted floor and wall mounted units, Utility Room. The light and airy Dining Room has a feature fireplace and far reaching views over generally unspoilt farmland. The Sitting Room has sliding doors to a patio to the rear garden and there is a ground-floor Bedroom 4 / Study overlooking the entrance on the first floor there are 3 further Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom with a bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
The Cabin, which is separately accessed, enjoys fine rural views and a private position. The accommodation includes: Kitchen, Living/Dining Room, 2 Bedrooms and a Bathroom. This has provided the vendor with ancillary accommodation and a useful letting income.
A single paddock extending to 2.83 acres has potential for grazing or use as a smallholding. There is potential to erect stables or a small barn (STP).

Mains and borehole water and mains electricity. Private drainage system. Mains gas central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.
The cabin has mains water and mains electricity and private drainage.

This property forms Lot 2 of the Kersworthy Estate which is being marketed as a whole or in up to 5 lots.

Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY. T: 0300 1234100.

Part of the land and buildings within Lots 3 and 5 have been let on a Farm Business Tenancy ending on 8th May 2018 and 29th September 2018. Lot 2 is currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement, which can be terminated with 2 months notice by the landlord. The rest of the property is freehold with vacant possession available on completion.

The sporting and mineral rights in so far as they are owned are included with the freehold.

The vendor retains the current years Basic Payment Scheme payment. Entitlements will be made available with the land lots. The purchaser will take over the vendors cross compliance responsibilities. There are no Environmental Schemes that affect the land.

A plan which is not to a recognised scale and is not to be relied upon is attached to these particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.

All fixtures and fittings unless specifically referred to within these particulars are expressly excluded from the sale of the freehold.

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 footpaths shown on the Ordnance Survey Plan that affect the land. We are not aware of any public or private rights of way that affect the property. Lot 5 will have access rights down part of the driveway of Lot 1, as shaded brown on the attached plan.

The property is to be offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in lots.

Strictly by appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.

Farms and land can be dangerous places. Please take care when viewing the property, particularly in the vicinity of farm buildings and livestock.

From Launceston, proceed northwards along the B3254 towards Bude. Proceed along the road for approximately 8 miles. Just after a turning to the right signposted Boyton 4 miles, turn left signposted Week St Mary 4 miles. Proceed to the end of this road and turn left at the crossroads. After a short distance, Buttern Farm will be found on the left hand side. Buttern Farmhouse is the 2nd entrance.A For Sale board has been erected.

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