Camelford

£950,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Beautiful 5 bedroom farmhouse with a successful holiday business close to the North Cornish coast. 1 bedroom annexe/holiday cottage, 2 two bedroom holiday cottages and a barn conversion (with agricultural tie). Extensive outbuildings with potential. All set in about 16.8 acres. EPC Band G (farmhouse).

Introduction

In a peaceful rural location just 4 miles from the North Cornwall coast is this former working dairy farm which is now an excellent lifestyle business with potential for further development. The property is centred round a large courtyard with a period 4 bedroom farmhouse and adjoining 1 bedroom annexe/holiday cottage on one side and two further high-quality holiday cottages and a 4 bedroom barn conversion on the other. Set within 16.8 acres of pasture, the property has an extensive range of outbuildings with potential for further development (stp). Further or less land may be available by separate negotiation.

Situation

Camelford (2 miles to the South) provides a variety of shops for day to day needs and excellent education facilities at Sir James Smith Community College. The thriving, coastal community of Boscastle (3 miles to the North) boasts a health centre, primary school, community centre, post office, two general stores, a bakery, newsagent and petrol station together with 3 public houses, restaurant and various boutiques. 12 miles away is Wadebridge which has a wide range of excellent shops, cinema and other facilities. It sits astride the River Camel and is famous for the Camel Cycle Trail which passes through the town and links to the picturesque fishing harbour of Padstow.

A number of North Cornish beauty spots are easily accessible including Trebarwith Strand Beach (4 miles), where at low tide the sandy beach stretches for over a mile and is a popular family and surfing destination. A short distance from the property is Bodmin Moor, a haven for walkers, nature lovers and equestrian pursuits and the first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to be awarded the Dark Sky Landscape status.

Access to the A30 is 14 miles away and this connects the Cathedral City of Truro, to the West and Exeter and the M5 motorway network to the east. Rail services are available 17 miles away to the south east at Bodmin Parkway and flights to both UK and European destinations are available from Newquay Airport, 25 miles to the south west.

The Farmhouse

This period farmhouse is not Listed and offers characterful family accommodation with a flexible layout. Please refer to the floor plan for more detail but in brief the accommodation comprises:

Porch with Delabole slate floor. Living room with window to front, large fireplace with wood burner/multi-fuel stove, slate floor, doors off and door to stairs. Snug/ study/ playroom with slate floor and window to front. Music room with window to side and built in cupboard. The dining room has a window to the rear and a fireplace. Kitchen/breakfast room with window and door to front, window to rear, built in cupboards, LPG Rayburn for heating, hot water and cooking, space for dishwasher and oven. Rear hall/utility room with door to outside, built in cupboards, space for washing machine and tumble drier, door to shower room with WC.

On the first floor is the master bedroom with en-suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms and a single bedroom. Family bathroom. Access to partly boarded loft. There is parking in the courtyard and a private garden to the front of the property with a pond and established planting.

The Annexe (sleeps 2)

This one bedroom single storey property has previously been used as annexe accommodation to the farmhouse. A light and bright property with a private garden, it is currently used for self-catering holidays.

The Holiday Cottages

In 2012 the current owners converted old stone barns to create two holiday cottages both sleeping up to 4 in two bedrooms. Presented to a very high standard, the holiday cottages attract great reviews and are promoted via holiday letting agents.

Near identical in layout, both cottages have an open plan kitchen/dining room, sitting room with wood burner and door to a private garden with patio at the rear. On the first floor are a double bedroom with Juliette balcony, a shower room and a twin bedroom.

Lowen Bos

An attractive stone barn has been converted into charming upside down accommodation. On the first floor is a lovely open plan kitchen/dining room with a vaulted ceiling, a sitting room with a wood burning stove and a vaulted ceiling and a shower room with WC. A door from the kitchen leads to external steps down to a patio and the garden beyond. On the ground floor the master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and doors to the garden. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Parking to the front.

Please note this property currently has an agricultural tie.

The Land

The property includes three grass fields one to the south, a smaller one to west and one to the north. In all the property is about 16.8 acres and further or less land may be available by separate negotiation.

Outbuildings

In the courtyard are two storage buildings with a further agricultural store behind. To the rear of the holiday cottages and Lowen Bos is a modern agricultural building. Subject to obtaining the usual consents there may be possibilities to develop these further.

Services

Mains electricity, private drainage, private water supply (borehole), electric panel heaters in holiday cottages. Oil fired

central heating to Lowen Bos. LPG heating via Rayburn to Farmhouse.

Fixtures and Fittings

Only those mentioned in the sales particulars are included in the sale. All others are excluded but may be available by separate negotiation. However, the majority of furniture, contents, fixtures, fittings and equipment in the letting cottages will be included.

Outgoings

Farmhouse Council Tax Band C

Lowen Bos Council Tax Band C

Annexe Council Tax Band A

The two holiday cottages have a Rateable Value of £5,400.

Local Authority

Cornwall Council, www.cornwall.gov.uk

Viewing

Strictly by appointment through Stags Holiday Complexes department on 01392 680058.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

Arrange viewing 01566 248005

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