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Porthcollum Lane, St. Erth Hayle, Cornwall, TR27
Guide price £635,000 | 6 bedrooms

Property features

• Traditional Former Farmhouse
• 4 Bedrooms
• 3 Reception Rooms
• Spacious 2 Bedroom Converted Barn
• Substantial Unconverted Barns
• Wonderful Views
• Rural No Through Road
• Mature Gardens & Grounds

A former farmhouse, converted barn annexe and range of traditional barns in a rural position. Far reaching views. 4 bedroom, 3 reception room farmhouse. Large 2 bed barn conversion. Traditional barns with potential (stp). Mature grounds. EPC Band F.
Higher Porthcollum Farm stands in a countryside position on a no-through road, surrounded by a rural landscape. The property commands wonderful panoramic views and has only one immediate neighbour.
St Erth is the nearest village and provides a range of local facilities including general store/post office, the 16th Century Star Inn and a junior school. More extensive amenities can be found in the nearby town of Hayle or slightly further afield, Penzance.
Higher Porthcollum Farm is also well positioned for ready access to a number of other sandy beaches on both coastlines including the waters of Mounts Bay, Gwithian and St Ives.

Arranged around a courtyard, Higher Porthcollum Farm comprises a principal former farmhouse, detached converted barn annexe and a range of stone barns that have potential for conversion (subject to all necessary consents).
The main farmhouse offers comfortable accommodation that retains a number of features. There are two Reception Rooms, the Sitting Room having a granite wall with raised fireplace and wood-burning stove. The traditional Kitchen has an oil-fired Aga and benefits from ancillary rooms including a Utility and Wet Room. The ground floor accommodation is completed with a Conservatory overlooking the courtyard. Rising to the first floor there are four Bedrooms and a Bathroom.
The converted Barn Annexe provides spacious two bedroom accommodation and in common with the main house enjoys splendid far reaching views across farmland.

On the northern side of the courtyard are three traditional stone barns, one single storey and the remaining pair, two storeys. Whilst currently used for storage, the buildings offer significant further potential (subject to obtaining all necessary consents).

The entire plot is approximately 0.66 of an acre in size with ample parking for vehicles, a variety of sun terraces and further areas of lawn including the central area of the courtyard.
To the north of the unconverted barns is a former Tennis Court that could either be reinstated or alternatively landscaped.

A public footpath enters the property from a westerly direction and terminates within the grounds.

Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488

Proceed to St Erth and The Star Inn. Continue up St Erth Hill for approximately 0.5 of a mile and turn right into Porthcollum Lane. Stay on this minor country lane for approximately one mile and Higher Porthcollum Farm will be seen on the right-hand side.

Private water supply and private drainage. Mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating to part of the farmhouse and the converted barn. Solar panel installation with feed-in tariff.

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