St Clether

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Substantial Grade II Listed Cornish farmhouse and forge, in need of total refurbishment, located in a rural hamlet. 4 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, farmhouse kitchen and dairy. Former forge with lapsed planning. Walled garden. 0.93 acres in all. EPC Band G.

SITUATION

This most desirable property lies in the heart of the small farming hamlet of Trevivian, which is located 3 miles from the market village of Hallworthy with its pub and garage/filling station catering for day to day needs. The former market town of Camelford is some 6 miles distance providing more comprehensive range of shops and facilities including doctors, dentist and veterinary surgeries. To the east is the former market town of Launceston with access to the vital A30 trunk road which links to the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter. Just over 7 miles away lies the North Cornish coast with its sandy beach and dramatic coastal scenery.

DESCRIPTION

The property is an increasingly rare opportunity to find in todays market. It comprising a spacious period farmhouse which, although currently habitable, would undoubtedly benefit from a programme of refurbishment to provide a home of rare quality and comfort. In addition there is a former Forge with lapsed planning to convert into a two bedroom residential dwelling (Cornwall Council - Application number PA15/08944). The property in all sits in just under and acre of land with far reaching rural views. The property is one of two in the hamlet that remain in this condition. The neighbouring properties have been refurbished to very high standards.

ACCOMMODATION

The accommodation is clearly illustrated on the floorplan and comprises: rear porch with utility off and access into a large farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with oil fired Aga, slate floors and secondary staircase. The inner hall has stairs rising to the first floor and doors into large sitting room, dining room and pantry/dairy. Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a bathroom, all with scope for improvement.

OUTSIDE

Approached by a quiet parish road the property sits in approximately 0.931 areas of land. To the front of the house is a walled garden which is laid to lawn. To the rear is a concrete drive with ample parking and land which leads down to the boundary of the property offering far reaching rural views.

AGENTS NOTE

Please note that the photographs shown were taken in 2016. Whilst the external has mostly remained the same, the internal photographs do not represent its current condition.

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired Aga in kitchen provides hot water. Superfast broadband has recently been laid in the road next to the property, but currently is not connected. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.

VIEWINGS

Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.

DIRECTIONS

From Launceston take the A30 west towards Bodmin and exit at Kennards House onto the A395 signposted Camelford/Wadebridge. Pass through the village of Pipers Pool and at the market village of Hallworthy, just after the 30mph sign, turn left signposted Treglasta. Follow this country road for approximately 1.75 miles and at the crossroads turn right, following the single track parish road for approximately 1.2 miles. Middle Trevivian Farmhouse will be found on the right hand side, immediately after a sharp right hand bend and identified by the clearly marked house nameplate. Please note that Sat Nav will only bring you to within half a mile of the property's location.

Arrange viewing 01566 248005

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