A fascinating 4 bedroom farmhouse with sea views and circa 8 acres, currently used as a Caravan and Camping Club CL site but with a multitude of alternate uses, a selection of outbuildings/workshops with great potential for equestrian facilities. EPC Band E.
This wonderful detached residence, sits prominently on a generous plot in an elevated position above the Cornish coast and with magnificent coastal and countryside views. Close by are the twinned seaside villages of Downderry and Seaton. These suburb villages are perched on the beautiful coastline of South East Cornwall with fine beaches and good sailing waters with swimming and surfing in safe, crystal clear and clean waters. The Parish of St Martins dates back to Norman times; today the parish is rightly designated as an area of great landscape value. There are a wide range of local facilities and a strong sense of community, further afield is the maritime port of Plymouth. A mainline railway station is nearby in the village of St Germans, which provides an excellent commuter link with Plymouth (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours) in addition a short distance away is the A38 allowing easy commuting.DESCRIPTION
This interesting farmhouse probably dates from the turn of the century, this unique and delightful family home offers flexible accommodation with plenty of charm and character, and has a number of potential uses. To the ground floor there are two reception rooms, a kitchen, and a conservatory to the front and rear. On the first floor are the four bedrooms, and principal bathroom. The property benefits from being in an elevated south facing position enjoying fine sea views combined with countryside views. The accommodation is generally well presented but largely offers a blank canvas for a prospective purchaser to add their own stamp. Today the owners use some of the land as a successful caravan and camping site certified by the Caravan and camping club for 5 caravans and unlimited tent pitches. Whilst it is run more as a hobby than a business. The campsite has been substantial investment in recent years, includes electric hook ups, water points, new facilities block and hard standing and improved grass pitches, the boundary is largely secure and ring-fenced by fencing or Cornish hedgerows. The ground is level to gently sloping and all camping pitches have sea views, there is also WiFi is available. The site also has its own website http://www.caravan-site-looe-cornwall.co.uk or firstname.lastname@example.orgGARDENS AND GROUNDS/EQUESTRIAN
Approached from quiet yet accessible country lane, which runs down the Western boundary of the property, the grounds are largely pasture, with a number of outbuildings constructed within the curtilage, with a variety of potential and current uses. A recently constructed shower, and toilet block along with an office serves the campsite extremely well. In addition there are a number of other largely timber constructed buildings that serve the current owners hobbies and business. With 8 Acres there is clearly equestrian and smallholding potential, and the buildings would perfectly serve this type of use. The land is remarkably level, and gently slopes away to the south allowing and importantly protecting the fine sea views to the South.DIRECTIONS
Probably the best way to approach the property is to cross the Tamar Bridge, and turn left at Trerulefoot roundabout onto the A374. In about one mile, turn right onto the A387 in the Looe direction and continue to Hessenford. Turn left onto the pretty tree lined valley road, the B3247 Seaton road, shortly before the beach in Seaton, turn the right which rise steeply beside the sea. Follow this road out of the village where you will find the house on the right in open countryside.