Pancrasweek, Holsworthy

£385,000

Guide price

Substantial stone barn with consent for residential development, 5 camping pods generating impressive returns and 3.3 acres of paddocks with additional young woodland available separately.

SITUATION

Dunsdon Farm enjoys a peaceful, rural position, within the parish of Pancrasweek. It lies a mile from the Cornish border and is almost equidistant from Holsworthy and Bude. The farm is situated next door to the renowned Dunsdon Nature Reserve, claimed to be the single most important example of Culm pasture in England.

The popular North Cornwall surfing beaches lie to the west and the rugged North Devon coastline to the north and north west, offering excellent opportunities to walk, swim, sail, gig row and fish. There are far reaching views over unspoilt countryside to Rough Tor on Bodmin Moor and the Dartmoor hills form a handsome back-drop to the south east, again offering excellent walking and horse-riding opportunities.

The market town of Holsworthy, known for its weekly livestock and panier markets, boasts a Waitrose Supermarket, a wide range of shops, banks, professional services and agricultural suppliers. Nearby, Bradworthy and Bude also offer local amenities and shopping. The A39 is approximately 4 miles away and the A30 dual-carriageway can be joined at Launceston and Okehampton (19 miles and 21 miles respectively).

INTRODUCTION

A substantial stone barn under a slate roof accessed separately from the farmhouse and courtyard. Subject to planning, this would make a fabulous separate dwelling. To the north of this and with their own separate access are 5 lucrative camping pods, each with their own private bathroom.

LOT 2

A substantial stone barn under a slate roof with character timber trusses, versatile space and a concrete floor is accessed separately from the farmhouse and courtyard. The vendors are in the process of seeking planning permission to enable it to be converted to a separate dwelling. (Further information is available upon request). The end bay is currently used as a games room for the glamping enterprise. There is a stone parking area, and a timber frame toilet and wash area with covered seating area.

The 5 camping pods are nestled in a former quarry, and each have their own private, high quality, wetroom with wash hand basin, WC and shower. A woodchip covered area enables all year round access and each pod has access to a covered BBQ area, washing machines and driers, washing up facilities, games room, free WiFi and the woodland campfire area.

Pasture and Woodland

Wrapping around the pods and parking area lies a 3.33 acre pasture paddocks, with fine views over the surrounding countryside.

Approximately 18.19 acres of adjoining young broadleaf woodlands with a wildlife pond are available by separate negotiation. . The woodlands enjoy their own roadside access and have numerous mown paths allowing access to enjoy the wildlife and peace and tranquillity.

GENERAL REMARKS

TENURE

The property is offered freehold with vacant possession on completion.

SERVICES

Lot 2: Barn: Mains electricity.

Wet-rooms Area: Mains electricity, mains electric immersion heater for hot water, electric fan heaters in each bathroom, mini-sewage treatment plant drainage.

Pods: Mains electricity and electric panel heating.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Torridge District Council, Riverbank House, Bideford, Devon, EX39 2QG, T: 01237 428700.

WARNING

Farms can be dangerous places. Please take care when viewing the property, particularly in the vicinity of livestock. Extreme care must be taken on any uneven ground.

VIEWING

Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed Agents, Stags Launceston Office on 01566 774999.

DIRECTIONS

From the centre of Holsworthy, proceed in a westerly direction along the A3072 towards Bude. After approximately 2.4 miles, at Burnard's House, just after Holsworthy Golf Course, turn right signposted Chilsworthy and Bradworthy. Proceed along this lane for approximately 1.5 miles. Take the 2nd turning on the left signposted Lana. Proceed for a further 1.3 miles and at the T-junction, turn right signposted Kilkhampton and Bradworthy. The entrance to the farm will be found on the right hand side after a quarter of a mile. No For Sale board has been erected.

Arrange viewing 01566 248005

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