Guide Price from 600,000 to 650,000
Large family detached 4 bedroom property located close to Sennan and Lands End with access to beaches. Extensive land 8.49 acres with outbuildings ideal for equestrian use.
Further 30 acres of land available if required highlighted in Blue on Land Plan
More land available with a total of up to 60 acres if required
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The property was the former farm house of Trevescan Farm set within a courtyard, surrounded by paddocks and farm land. As you enter the farm you will start to see the size of the property, also the land and the various outbuildings. From the front through the formal private garden you enter the granite farm house via a porch and into the central hallway. The first room is the rather spacious family dining and kitchen room which has a country style kitchen, breakfast bar, range style oven and a walk in larder. From the kitchen is the adjacent utility room to one corner and access to a very useful cloak or boot room with a separate wc.
Also, on the ground floor is the sitting room with a fire place and a generous home office or study room. From the hallway the stairs lead to a spacious landing giving access to all the rooms. The large double master bedroom has fitted wardrobes, an en-suite shower room and access through to the dressing room which has a family bathroom and separate wc. This room has the potential to be the 5th bedroom. There are two further double bedrooms and a smaller single bedroom on this floor.
To the front of the property there is a private walled garden with lawn, shrubs and trees. Attached to the property is a single level stone barn, a small store and a separate wc. There is also a selection of other outbuildings for storage. In addition is an exceptional large Indoor floodlit schooling arena, 44 x 22m and presents a quality professional waxed slica, sand and fibre mix surface (Equestrian Surfaces). Attached to this building is a large machinery store shed 74’x21’. Behind this arena is an impressive outdoor School, 60 x 30m with silica, sand and fibre mix surface and floodlighting. From this arena access gates lead out to the paddocks.
There are 3 substantial separate stable blocks with a total of 28 stables which also incorporate lighting, water, drainage, tack rooms, feed room plus storage rooms. To one of the blocks is an internal hay barn and lorry shed. To one side of the plot is also a large open parking area adjacent to the stables and sand school ideal for customer or visitors parking.
The arrangement of paddocks are predominantly level and currently divided into a number of livery paddocks, totalling approximately 8.49 acres. In addition and exclusively available to the purchaser of Trevescan Farm is a further 30 acres of good quality land to the south-west of the property, also included is a further pasture field of situated to the north. Further information on this land is available at request. A land plan is available showing tha arrangements of the fields. (Highlighted in Blue)
There is a further land available via separate negotiation of up to an additional 34 acres. This has been used as a cross country and trekking course. This can be bought per acre as required. This is by a different vendor to the main property and land. Plan A & B. (This is in agreement with Trevescan Farm)
Trevescan Farm is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within the small hamlet of Trevescan close to the very popular village of Sennen. Renowned for The First and Last Inn and also includes the church, primary school, convenience stores, village hall, cafe, take-away and post office. A short distance to the north is Sennen Cove where there is direct access to the beach and Whitesand Bay a very popular surfing destination. The larger town of St. Just is about 5 miles to the north and Penzance with is variety of shops, attractions and beaches is about 9 miles to the east. Penzance also has the rail line to London Paddington. Other popular locations are Porthcurno with a stunning Cove, beach and the Minack Theatre, plus the fishing village of Mousehole a short drive.
The property is connected to mains water and electricity. Private shared drainage. Oil fired combi-boiler for central heating. Photovoltaic panels are located on the roof of the property which are linked to the feed-in tariff. Council Tax Band F