Starapark, Camelford


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An accessible and versatile smallholding with a large yard with potential. 4 Bedroom bungalow with AOC, generous areas of concrete/hardstanding, farm and former RAF buildings. Level pasture all in a ringfence. Potential (STP) for redevelopment. EPC Band F. 15.63 Acres In All.


The property enjoys a convenient spot close to the A39 and the picturesque Davidstow Moor. The property is only 2.5 miles from the former market town of Camelford with its doctors, dental surgeries, places of worship and supermarket. The rugged North Cornwall coast is just 5 miles to the west, with the beautiful sandy beaches of Bossiney and Trebarwith Strandat and the popular villages of Tintagel and Boscastle . Launceston, is approximately 14 miles away and has an excellent range of shopping and leisure facilities and access to the A30 trunk road which connects to to the motorway network at Exeter.

Fine views are enjoyed from the property, with distant sea views to the west and the majestic backdrop of Rough Tor on Bodmin Moor to the South East.


St Kitts Farm is a versatile smallholding, with income and development potential (STP) and is offered for sale as a whole. It comprises a comfortable 4 bedroom bungalow, with an Agricultural Occupancy Condition, which is set back from the road and lies slightly separate from the substantial yard area which has numerous agricultural and former RAF buildings and areas of concrete hardstanding.

The 12.48 acres of level pasture land, lies in a ringfence and wraps around the dwelling and buildings. There are fine views over the farm towards the sea and Rough Tor/Bodmin Moor.

Accessed is gained over a cattle grid, direct off the A39. The driveway to the bungalow and garden forks off to the right, whilst the drive continues to the yard and buildings. The layout of the detached bungalow's accommodation can be seen on the floorplan and briefly comprises: reception hall, sitting room, kitchen/diner, WC, conservatory, 4 double bedrooms and a family bathroom Attached to the bungalow is a double garage. an enclosed lawned garden. with some mature shrubs. surrounds the dwelling.


Behind the bungalow is a substantial yard with 8 former RAF buildings/Nissan huts, a workshop/office and 4 further workshops/storage units, 10 stables/storage units, various agricultural buildings and derelict former pig buildings. Extensive areas of concrete hardstanding surround the buildings. Planning policy usually supports the redevelopment of 'Brown Field' land. Purchasers must make their own enquires in regards to development potential. Several of the buildings have been let in the past, although the property is being offered with vacant possession. There appears (STP) to be various income generating opportunities as well as alternative uses to the yard. Some of the buildings are rateable.


The land comprises 3 main fields, with a small paddock between the road and the bungalow. The land is productive level pasture. The large field to the south also has a separate field access off a quiet road, beside St Kitts Nursery.


Mains water and electricity. private drainage. Night storage central heating. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.


A clause shall be included within the sale contract requiring the purchaser(s) to pay the vendors 25% of any increase in value as the result of any planning permissions granted that allow an increase in the number of residential properties within the next 25 years.


There are no restrictive covenants limiting the use of the property. The driveway is included within St Kitts Farm ownership, but 3 neighbours have a legal right of access over the drive to the fields to the north, to the water tower and to the radio mast and buildings. The access to the fields is for Agricultural Purposes only. We understand that these rights are only used occasionally. There are no public rights of way shown on the Ordnance Survey plan crossing the property.


Strictly by prior appointment with the Vendors appointed Agents, Stags Launceston Office


From Launceston take the A30 heading west towards Bodmin, at the Kennards House junction take the road signposted A395 to North Cornwall coast and Wadebridge. Proceed along the road passing through the village of Pipers Pool, continuing to the village of Hallworthy and on towards Camelford. Continue to the end of the road, passing the turning to Davidstow Creamery and turn left onto the A39. The property is the second on the left hand side, a For Sale Board has been erected.

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