Trenince Farm is individually situated at the end of its own entrance driveway in an attractive rural area. The nearest village of Luxulyan is about a mile to the south which offers a thriving community including a primary school, public house, church and village stores/post office and there is a railway station on the Par/Newquay branch line. There are good communication links with a junction to the A30(T) about 2.5 miles to the north, and Bodmin Parkway railway station on the London Paddington line is about 8 miles. The towns of Lostwithiel, Bodmin and St Austell are all about 6 miles distant.TRENINCE FARM
The sale of Trenince Farm presents a tremendous opportunity to buy an unspoilt traditional holding with number assets. These include its most attractive Listed farmhouse - thought by our clients to be a Cornish Long House - in need of complete updating and re-modernisation, a range of attractive traditional stone barns offering some potential and scope for conversion to provide further units of accommodation if desired (subject to all necessary consents and approvals), mature gardens and grounds, pasture fields and belts of appealing woodland. Trenince Farm has a tremendous aesthetic feel and atmosphere offering considerable scope to create a wonderful home and landed holding.THE APPROACH
Trenince Farm is approached over a private stone lane with Cornish hedge sides, providing a splash of natural colour in season, which leads down to the farmstead where there is a turning circle around an attractive stone walled island with attractive Copper Beech and Beech trees. Beyond there are tended grass areas with numerous tree standards including coniferous and deciduous trees from which there is access to the adjoining fields.THE FARMHOUSE
The farmhouse is Grade II Listed as a Building of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. On the listing the farmhouse is believed to date from the mid-late 17th century with alterations which were carried out in the mid 19th and 20th centuries.
The pedestrian approach to the farmhouse is via a wide paved path, with attractive lawn to either side, with plants and shrubs to a timber glazed Entrance Hall with slate flagstone floor with stable style door opening to the Kitchen with slate flagstone floor, original stone fireplace with cloam oven and stove. Off is an Old Dairy with suspended stainless steel sink unit and range of kitchen furniture. The ground floor main room is a mainly exposed stone Living Room with part exposed stone floor, window seat, stone fireplace with ironmongery, double aspect and a part glazed door to outside. From the glazed Entrance Hall there is a glazed door opening to a Utility Room with stainless steel sink with an adjacent Bathroom with tiled bath and shower and open shower and washbasin and Separate WC.
On the first floor are two spacious Bedrooms - indeed, it is considered there is potential to create a further Bedroom from the existing accommodation (subject to all necessary consents and approvals).THE GARDENS
On the southern side of the house is an expansive crazy paved seating area with, beyond, a lawn garden with evergreen and deciduous borders and an old Aviary.
On the western side is a lean-to Greenhouse with slate flagstone floor about 12'3 x 12'4 (currently part open to the elements). On the eastern side of the house is an attractive walk-way with an array of low stone walls with natural vegetation and a small running watercourse - all of which could be enhanced further into a fine feature.THE TRADITIONAL BUILDINGS
1.A Traditional Barn about 37' x 14'8 with internal first floor about 37 x 16' (maximum measurement and at floor level and with sloping ceilings overs) with an adjoining Traditional Barn about 16'6 x 12'6 with loft over about 16'6 x 12'6 in poor order, Lean-To and further a timber and corrugated fibre cement Lean-to about 18' x 9'6 in poor condition.
2.A delightful detached stone and slate two storey Traditional Barn about 20' x 13'8 with external granite steps to loft space over about 20' x 13'3.
3.A single storey Traditional Stone Barn about 22' x 17' with adjacent tree-lined Holding Paddock.THE OTHER BUILDINGS
5.A fine block and corrugated fibre cement Garage Building about 35' x 16'.
6.Old timber and galvanised iron Store Building about 39'3 x 23'9
7.Timber and galvanised iron Livestock Shed about 29' x 15'.
8.Range of old mainly open Store Buildings of mixed construction.
9.Timber and bitumen felt Chicken Coop about 11' x 4'THE LAND
The land is divided into three pasture enclosures which run down to a wide border of environmentally attractive deciduous woodland with some wildlife appeal. There is a public footpath which crosses through the land. In total, Trenince Farm extends to about 14 acres (5.66 hectares).VIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.DIRECTIONS
Travelling east or westbound on the A30(T), exit at Innis Downs Roundabout a few miles to the west of Bodmin. Take the A391 towards St Austell and after about a mile at Lockengate, turn left towards Luxulyan. After nearly half a mile, follow the road around to the left and stay on this road for a further ¾ mile until reaching a junction. Turn right towards Luxulyan. After about 100 yards, take the first turning to the left towards Tredinnick and drive down the hill into the valley. From the bottom of the valley, after about 100 yards, turn right into an entrance way (just after the entrance on the left to Inner Tredinnick) and marked by a set-back sign for the Saints Way. The stone lane which leads to Trenince Farm.SERVICES
Mains electricity connected. Private well water. Private drainage. Calor gas heating. Solar panels.