Fine spacious & well presented country house & private tucked away residential holding. 2 receps, kit/breakfast rm, utility, sun rm, 5 beds, bathroom. Double garage. Gardens. Buildings for upgrading. Pasture land. EPC Band F. 12.8 Acres
Lower Harros Farm is rurally and privately in a pleasant countryside situation about 8 miles north of St Austell and about 6 miles south west of Bodmin. Conveniently, there is a junction onto the A30(T) only about two miles to the north east. Indeed, being centrally located in Cornwall, Lower Harros Farm is ideally located to access both coasts.DESCRIPTION
The approach to Lower Harros Farm is over a long shared tarmac and stone lane. Lower Harros Farm is at the end of the lane, thereby affording much privacy.
Lower Harros Farm presents a fine spacious and well-presented five bedroom farmhouse with delightful views, attractive gardens and a superb detached garage with adjacent stores. In addition there are a range of buildings offering much potential for redevelopment to offer livestock buildings and/or stabling and around the original farmstead are a number of good pasture paddocks. In total, Lower Harros Farm extends to about 12.79 Acres (5.18 Hectares).THE FARMHOUSE
The farmhouse stands in a good south facing position and offers light and spacious accommodation described in more detail as follows:-ACCOMMODATION
(With approximate room measurements shown on floor plan)GROUND FLOOR STORM PORCH
With stone and brick plinth and timber frame and glazing to either side. Part glazed front door opening to:ENTRANCE HALL
With slate flagstone floor, inset doormat, balustrade stairs with cupboard under, wood-burner in painted brick fireplace and set on slate hearth. Part glazed door to:FARMHOUSE KITCHEN AND BREAKFAST ROOM
With matching range of base and eye-level timber kitchen units with tiled worktop surfaces, inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit with vegetable bowl and mixer tap, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for Calor gas cooker. Oil fired Rayburn serving domestic hot water and central heating. Tiled floor, radiator, double aspect, ceiling spotlights and timbers.WALK-IN LARDER
With fitted shelves and space for refrigerator and freezer.UTILITY ROOM
With stainless steel single drainer sink unit with rolled worktop surfaces to splashback tiling with cupboards under and space and plumbing for washing machine. Tiled floor and high level wall cupboards. Doors off to:SEPARATE WC
With WC and washbasin with splashback tiling.SUNROOM/BOOT ROOM
With part glazed door to outside and double aspect.
From the entrance hall doors off to:DINING ROOM
With ornate fireplace with recesses to either side with base level cupboards, ceiling coving, small hatch to kitchen, double glazed doors opening to outside paved seating area and double small paned glazed doors opening to:LIVING ROOM
Being a well-proportioned room with double aspect, radiator and coal effect fireplace with timber surround and mantle and recessed shelving. Return door to Hall.FIRST FLOOR LANDING
With Airing Cupboard with lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater and slatted shelving, part balustrade, trap to roof-space, down lighters and doors off to:BEDROOM 5
With wall convector heater and corner vanity washbasin with splashback tiling.BEDROOM 3
With radiator and views to the south. High level shelved recess.BATHROOM BEDROOM 4
With radiator and views to the south. Recess to shelving.BEDROOM 1
With radiator and fine views. Down lighters. Doors off to two built-in wardrobes with hanging space for slatted shelving. Door to:JACK AND JILL BATHROOM
With panelled bath with Victorian style mixer tap shower fitment, adjacent WC and pedestal washbasin - all with splashback tiling. Down lighters. Door to:BEDROOM 2
With down lighter and door to built-in wardrobe with hanging space and shelving.THE GARDENS
Immediately to the rear of the house is an extensive level paved seating area with pergola and low stone walls with flower beds and openings through to an extensive lawn garden with hedge and post and rail and shrub borders with central shrub island and an attractive Lime tree. To the front are further areas of garden with deep well stocked flower and shrub beds intersected by crazy paved paths and beyond car parking and turning areas for a number of vehicles.THE DETACHED GARAGE 19'2 x 17'2
On the western side of the house with outside stone chipped car parking area is a detached garage with up and over wide metal doors, power points and electric lighting, concrete floor, storage space in the roof timbers, work-bench and side part glazed UPVC pedestrian door.
Adjoining the garage are a pair of timber and galvanised iron Stores about 11'3 x 8'1 and 8'1 x 5'5. Outside are extensive vegetable beds and an aluminium framed Greenhouse about 8' x 6' set on a block plinth.THE FARM BUILDINGS
There are a range of old farmbuildings offering potential to either be replaced, altered or repaired:-1. Pole Barn 40' x 17'
Of timber and galvanised iron construction.2. Old Block Buildings
A range of old block farm and livestock Buildings in a poor state of repair.3. Former Livestock Building 22'6 x 26'
With low block walls and roof support structure (no roof) all offering potential for redevelopment to create stores, livestock buildings and/or stabling if desired.THE LAND
All around the original farmstead are a number of good pasture fields and paddocks.NB FURTHER ENVIRONMENTAL LAND AVAILAVLE
Adjoining to the south is an attractive block of deciduous woodland, low lying woodland, moorland and recreational amenity land including a wildlife pond which is available by additional negotiation - please liaise with Georgia Prowse or Ian Osborne at Stags Truro Office. This area is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is a haven for a wide variety of wildlife. It is of high conservation and environmental appeal and, in total, this area extends to about 13.67 Acres (5.53 Hectares).DIRECTIONS
Travelling east or west bound on the A30(T) exit at the Innis Downs junction. From the roundabout on the northern side of the A30(T) take the first exit to the left (unsignposted). Drive for about a mile and turn left towards Tremodrett. Go under the A30(T). Follow the road around to the right and after about 200 yards turn left into a tarmac entrance where there is post and rail fencing. Pass Hunters Moon, pass the farm on the left and continue down the stone lane. Pass Willow Lodge, pass Harros Lodge, follow the stone lane around to the right which leads to the house.VIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags Truro office on 01872 264488.SERVICES
Mains electricity. Private borehole water supply plus mains water connected (easement not in place). Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Double glazed. TV & telephone points.