Bay View Farm is ideally situated in a private rural position about two miles north-west of Helston, commanding magnificent far-reaching views to the sea in the distance.
Helston is renowned for its annual Flora Day and stands as the gateway to the picturesque Lizard Peninsula. It offers a comprehensive range of shops and inns, together with schooling, leisure and recreational facilities. The fine location allows access to the scenic south Cornish coast including the charming unspoilt fishing village of Porthleven.DESCRIPTION
The approach to Bay View Farm is via a granite pillared opening to an expansive gravelled and wall enclosed parking and turning area adjacent to the house and traditional barn/garage.
The house stands in a wonderful position enjoying the widest landscape views as far as the sea in the distance. The accommodation to the house is well-presented and with high ceilings throughout has a voluminous feel.
On the ground floor is a central Entrance Hall with a full height double-glazed front door taking advantage of the views, with doors off to a well-proportioned Living Room and similar sized Kitchen/Dining Room. The Living Room is a fine light and airy room with triple aspect and a fireplace with timber mantle and wood-burner set therein on a slate hearth. The double aspect Kitchen/Dining Room has a range of matching base level cupboards with wooden worktops and includes a stainless steel sink unit with vegetable; wall shelving; space and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine; Belling cooker range with triple oven and five rings over.
On the first floor is a central balustrade Landing, with attractive stained glass arched window, off which are doors to all the first floor rooms. These comprise three good double Bedrooms - the main one of which benefits from an En Suite WC with classic table style washbasin (a shower could be added into the En Suite wc if desired) and a Family Bathroom including a corner bath, wc, Victorian style ornate vanity unit, recessed corner cupboard and double louvred doors to Airing Cupboard.THE GARDEN
To the front of the house are delightful private gardens which in the main are on two tiers with Cornish hedge borders. Each tier is presented with areas of level lawn and with gravelled and paved seating areas, flowerbeds and shrubs. The views from the garden are wide and far-reaching. Within the Gardens are 6 apple trees.THE OUTBUILDINGS The Pump House
A granite and slate Building housing the bore hole equipment.The Traditional Barn/Garage and Stable
About 24'5 x 12'3 with concrete base, electric roller door, pitched roof and lighting. Adjoining is a Stable about 13'5 x 6'7 with stone cobbled floor and original feed troughs.
Adjacent are the remains of former buildings and the hard standing thereof - if desired, it is considered that there is potential to convert the traditional barn/garage to provide additional accommodation, subject to all necessary consents and approvals.THE LAND
The land is divided into three good sized enclosures with Cornish hedge borders and present unspoiled permanent pasture land adjacent to neighbouring woodland with some wildlife and natural environmental appeal. On the land are 2 Medlars and 1 Hazelnut tree. In total, Bay View Farm extends to about 5.30 acresVIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.DIRECTIONS
From Helston take the B3297 northwards towards Redruth. Drive for about a mile and turn left towards Prospidnick and Trannack. Drive down into the valley and follow the road up the hill. Turn left opposite the primary school and drive for about 400 yards and the entrance to Bay View Farm will be seen on the left-hand side.SERVICES
Private bore hole water supply. Mains electricity connected. Double-glazed. Oil-fired central heating. TV and telephone points. Broadband.