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3 bedroom farm house for sale

Tremar, Liskeard

Removed £575,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A very attractive Grade II listed three bedroom farmhouse
  • Along with an array of traditional buildings and 26.6 acres (10.80 hectares )of South facing pasture land
  • Situated on the periphery of the hamlet of Tremar Coombe
  • Located to the South of the wider expanses of Bodmin Moor
  • The iconic Cornish landmark known as Trethevy Quoit is located within Lot 3
  • Available as a whole or in 3 separate Lots

Full description

The property comprises a highly attractive smallholding in the midst of South East Cornwall countryside affording a Grade II listed house, an array of farm buildings including an aesthetically pleasing detached barn and 26.7 acres (10.80 hectares) of agricultural pasture land.

The dwelling house itself is of architectural merit and has a very pleasing front elevation being approached by a private driveway off the private road. The house has many appealing features and provides spacious living accommodation including hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, sun lounge, pantry, walk-in cupboard, store room and staircase giving access to the landing with three bedrooms, separate W.C. and bathroom.

There are a number of outbuildings close to the dwelling house including a wagon house, detached barn, outside W.C. and a range of smaller buildings.

The property stands in an extremely well laid and mature site incorporating meandering paths through woodland, flower beds and associated lawns. Quite clearly the garden has been carefully planned and landscaped over a number of years.

To the north of the homestead is a block of agricultural land in six enclosures which can be identified on the plan annexed to these details.


ACCOMMODATION

HALL
Slate floor, wood panelling, radiator and staircase to first floor.

SITTING ROOM
Open fireplace with granite uprights, cloam oven, built-in china cupboards, wall cupboard, radiator, window to the front, bookshelf, slate floor and exposed beam ceiling.

DINING ROOM
Fireplace housing Godin Colonial wood burner, built-in china cupboards, slate floor, window seat, two windows, exposed beam ceiling, fitted benches and radiator.

KITCHEN - Incorporating fitted base units including single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, room for cooker with Rima Super Flow Deluxe extractor over, small breakfast bar / preparation area, built-in cupboard with shelves, room for fridge / freezer, exposed beam ceiling, spot lights, fluorescent strip light, slate floor, radiator and small built-in cupboard.

SUN LOUNGE
Parquet floor and outside door.

STORE ROOM
Slate slatted shelves and other shelves. Walk-in cupboard with shelves.

UTILITY ROOM
Clothes hanging area, fitted shelf and window to the side. Door to garden.

Staircase to:-

LANDING
uPVC window overlooking garden and roof access hatch.

BEDROOM ONE
Two windows overlooking entrance, radiator, built-in cupboards with louver doors and shelving, cloak cupboard and part glazed door to balcony and gantry which leads to the rear garden.

SEPARATE W.C.
Obscure glazed window.

BATHROOM
Panelled in bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin with mirror and shelf, fluorescent strip light over, towel rail and built-in cupboard with lagged hot water tank, electric immersion heater and fitted slatted shelves.

BEDROOM TWO
Wardrobe with shelves and louver door.

BEDROOM THREE
Wardrobe, louver doors, radiator and fitted shelves.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached by way of a gravelled drive giving access to the front of the house and outbuildings. Close to the dwelling is an array of outbuildings comprising:-

OPEN FRONTED WAGON HOUSE
Used as a garage.

BARN
Built of stone and slate construction. Currently used as a wood store.

OUTSIDE W.C.

BUILDING
Stone, slate and box profile construction with sky lights.

POTTING SHED
Stone and box profile construction with CGI roof.

BARN
Stone construction under corrugated asbestos roof. Located directly adjacent to the dwelling and may well be incorporated to provide additional living accommodation subject to planning consent.

The property stands within a mature site which is extremely well laid out with paths, trees, flower beds and associated lawns. It appears that this has been carefully planned and landscaped over a number of years.

THE LAND
Located to the north of the homestead is a block of land which extends to approximately 26.7 acres (10.80 hectares) incorporated within six fields and can be further identified by reference to the map annexed to these particulars.

The land has access onto the Parish road, is fenced for stock purposes and currently used for the grazing of livestock.

There is also a hardcore lane to the north of the homestead which gives access to OS6741. The land is gently south facing with the exception of OS6234 which falls away to a valley known as
Tremar Coombe. The land is shown on the MAFF (DEFRA) Land Classification Map of England and Wales as being Grade 3 with the exception of Quoit Field. There is a caveat on the
Ministry plan stating that this is not accurate to 50 acres.

There is an important archaeological feature within the most northerly field being Trethevy Quoit and the history outlined below has been extracted from the English Heritage web site.

?Trethevy Quoit is a particularly well preserved sample of a portal dolmen, a type of monument once common in Cornwall and dating to the early or middle part of the Neolithic period around 2500?3500 BC.

It is far from certain that these structures were tombs rather than multi purpose shrines. The presence of the dead is no guarantee of the original usage, as it is shown by Medieval churches; these contain tombs and are surrounded by graves, yet they were built primarily as places where the living could worship.

It may be that in prehistoric times the ancestral dead would consider to be mediators between the community and its gods, and that places like this were an important interface between these two worlds.

These burial monuments of Britain's early farming communities are among the oldest visible monuments to survive to the present day. It is probable that each community once possessed at least one such ?house of the dead'. The time and energy it must have taken to build is an indication of the importance they must have been attached to them.

It consists of five standing stones, mounted by a massive cap stone. The cap stone may have been designed to have been slightly tilted, but now sloped at a much steeper angle that it would have done originally, because of the most westerly of the supporting stones has collapsed and lies within the tomb chamber itself.

SERVICES
Mains water, electricity and drainage is connected to the dwelling house. There is a mains water supply serving the larger block of land being Lot 2, but there is no water within Lot 3 (the Quoit field).

TENURE
The property is offered Freehold, but the land is currently let under the provisions of the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 to Mr. W. F. Steed on a one year Farm Business Tenancy which commenced on the 1st March 2016 up to and including 28th February 2017, after which vacant possession will be obtained. The farmhouse, buildings and gardens are vacant.

PLANNING
A view as to any planning potential has been obtained from situ8 planning consultancy which is self explanatory and is included as an enclosure within these particulars.

ENTITLEMENTS
The land is registered for entitlements relative to the Basic Payment Scheme. If required such entitlements will be transferred to the purchaser(s). Such entitlements will be transferred by Kivells, 7 - 8 Baytree Hill, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 4BE.

PLAN
The plan is based on a Promap attached to these sale particulars. The areas are not guaranteed and intending purchaser(s) must satisfy themselves as to its accuracy. Copies of the RPA map may be inspected at the agents office.

EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the Registered Title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way which cross the property.

PARTICULARS
These particulars are issued subject to the property remaining unsold, and whilst believing same to fairly reflect the premises, they are not in anyway warranted and do not form part of any contract of sale, intending purchasers must satisfy themselves in every respect by inspection, investigation and research.

BOUNDARIES
Any purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the vendor, nor the vendors agent will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as expert shall be final.

COUNCIL TAX BAND D.

DIRECTIONS
From Liskeard take the A390 towards Callington. Having passed the Police Station and the secondary school, bear left signposted ?St. Cleer'. Proceed out of town and continue on the road to St. Cleer. After a short distance bear right signposted ?Tremar'. On entering Tremar drive under the bridge and at the foot of the valley bear left and then directly right signposted ?Trethevy Quoit'. West Tremar Farm will be found after a short distance on the left hand side.

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