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6 bedroom detached house for sale

New Road, Summercourt, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8

Under Offer £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period 2 Bed Farmhouse
  • Period 3 Bed Cottage
  • 1 Bed Self Contained Flat
  • Workshop and Stores
  • Stabling and Buildings
  • Gardens
  • 2 Level Pasture Fields
  • Total c.7.63 Acres (3.09 Has)

Full description

Pair of dwellings, gardens, flat, workshop, stores, stables, buildings and two level fields - much potential. Period 2 bed farmhouse. Period 3 bed cottage. 1 bed self -contained flat. Workshop. Stabling. Buildings. Gardens. 2 pasture fields. EPC Band F. 7.6 Acres.

Situation - Benallack Farm is situated about half a mile to the south of Fraddon which is a village by-passed by the A30(T) dual carriageway. There are a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities at Fraddon including Kingsley Village, MacDonalds, Garage, Doctors Surgery, Public House, Village Hall, Primary School at Indian Queens and so forth. These are supplemented further by the coastal resort of Newquay and town of St. Austell each about 8 and 9 miles respectively and the cathedral city of Truro, being the commercial and retail centre of Cornwall, is about 13 miles to the south-west. At St. Austell there is a station on the London Paddington line.

Description - Benallack Farm presents an opportunity to purchase a pair of adjoining residential dwellings (Benallack Farmhouse and Benallack Cottage) as well as a separate self-contained flat all with much potential and for further improvement/updating. Also included are extensive gardens, a range of stabling/buildings perhaps offering potential for conversion subject to all necessary consents and approvals and two good level pasture fields.

Bennallack Farmhouse And Benallack Cottage - The farmhouse presents accommodation warranting improvement and includes on the ground floor a small hall, kitchen and breakfast room, small side hall, utility room, separate WC, inner hall, large living room and sun room. On the first floor is a landing offering potential for the creation of a third bedroom, two good sized bedrooms and bathroom.
Adjoining the farmhouse is Benallack Cottage which includes on the ground floor an entrance hall area, kitchen and dining room, utility room, separate WC, inner hall, good sized living room, two ground floor bedrooms, bathroom and second bathroom (to be completed). On the first floor is a large bedroom.
Outside to the front and sides of the farmhouse and cottage are large scale garden areas as well as vegetable gardens with an aluminium framed Greenhouse, Fruit Cage and Garden Shed.

The Workshop And Flat - This comprises a detached building with, on the ground floor, a former garage which has been adapted to a Workshop and Store and on the first floor a self-contained Flat which is approached from a small Hall at ground floor level via internal stairs to a Small Landing with doors off to a Kitchen/Living Room and Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room.
Detailed planning permission was granted by Cornwall Council (Application Number: PA13/05361) for the change of use of the Workshop and flat into a two storey 2 bedroom dwelling. A copy of the relevant planning decision notice and all associated documents are available from Stags Truro Office on request.

The Stabling - A block and stone range of stables incorporating four stables each about 98 x 98; 96 x 9; 111 x 95 and 144 x 86 with overhang, outside tap and stable doors. Adjacent Stores of about 10 x 79 and 1110 x 97 respectively.
Further adjoining Stores, or further Stabling, about 13 x 102 (poor state of repair); 18 x 1210; and 1210 x 115.

Farm Building - To the west of the Stables is a former Livestock Building of block, timber and galvanised construction which overall extends to about 59 x 35 with two further interior Stables about 126 x 89 and 126 by 111 with central Store about 124 x 33.

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The Land - There are two pasture fields with Benallack Farm and in total the property extends to about 7.63 acres (3.09 hectares).

Viewing - Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags Truro office on 01872 264488

Directions - From Truro take the A39 northwards towards Bodmin. At Carland Cross roundabout, turn right onto the A30(T) dual carriageway and drive for about 7 miles and take the third exit towards Fraddon. At the T-junction at the end of the slip road, turn left, pass the entrance to Kingsley Village and at the roundabout take the second exit to the left onto the B3275 towards Ladock. Drive back over the A30(T), ignore the first turning to the left, and towards the bottom of the hill (before the cottages on the right-hand side) bear sharp left into the entrance drive. Drive up and follow the entrance lane around to the right into Benallack Farm.

Services - Mains water and electricity connected. Oil central heating to the Farmhouse and Cottage. TV and telephone points. Central heating system to the Flat please note the radiators are not connected to a heating source. Private drainage.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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10 July 2016

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