Greenbank Farm is situated between the hamlets of Balwest and Tresowes Green in an elevated position to take advantage of some superb coastal and sea views from The Lizard around to Mousehole.
There are local facilities in the villages of Ashton, Rosudgeon and the coastal resort of Praa Sands which are supplemented further by the towns of Helston and Penzance to the east and west.GREENBANK FARMHOUSE
A well-proportioned granite period farmhouse with accommodation arranged over two storeys as shown on the attached floor plan. The house is presented to the open market warranting some updating and improvement. The main rooms enjoy delightful countryside views, coastal and sea views.
On the ground floor is an Entrance Hallway, three good Reception Rooms and a Kitchen supplemented further by a Utility Room and separate WC. On the first floor, approached over a pleasant turning balustrade staircase, are five Bedrooms centred around the Landing with, to the rear,off a half landing a Bathroom, separate WC and Store Room.
Outside, to the front, is an expansive lawn garden enclosed by Cornish hedges.THE TRADTIONAL BARN WITH PLANNING PERMISSION
On the south-eastern side of the yard is a traditional stone Barn on which planning permission has been granted on 11th October 2019 (PA19/05936) for conversion to a detached residence with on the ground floor a Dining Hall, Kitchen, Living Room, Cloakroom and Bedroom with En Suite and on the first floor, a Landing, 2 Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. Copies of the relevant decision notice and associated drawings are available on request or can be viewed online on www.planning.cornwall.gov.uk. There is a Community Infastructure Levy.THE BUILDINGS
Around an expansive concreted yard are three useful buildings:-
1. Cubicle House - timber framed 3 bay clear span block, timber space boarded and corrugated fibre cement cubicle house with sky lights about 52' x 20'.
2. An Open Barn/Stable - open stone Barn about 14'9 x 8'2 and adjoining Stable about 16' x 11'9.
3.General Purpose Building - a timber framed 3 bay clear span block, timber and corrugated fibre cement GP Building with sky lights about 28'6 x 44'.THE LAND
Across the lane are a pair of adjoining pasture fields. In total, Greenbank Farm extends to about 3.44 acres (1.39 Hectares).VIEWING
Only by prior appointment with the joint agents - Stags' on 01872 264488 or Lodge and Thomas on 01872 272722.DIRECTIONS
From Helston take the A394 westwards towards Penzance. Drive to and through the village of Breage and continue on to Ashton. Shortly after The Lion and Lamb, turn right into Higher Lane. Drive up the hill and follow the road round to the left. Drive for about 600 yards and the entrance to Greenbank Farm will be seen on the left-hand side adjacent to the traditional stone barn, at the junction where there is a road to the left to Tresowes.SERVICES
Mains water and electricity connected. Mainly double-glazed. Solid fuel Rayburn serving domestic hot water. Private drainage. TV points.