5 bedroom detached house for saleDelabole, Cornwall, PL33
Sold STC £1,500,000
- 6 bedrooms
- 3 stone cottages
- Range of outbuildings
- Approx 22 acres of grounds
- Ground-source heat pump
- EPC Rating = C
A charming farmhouse set in stunning private grounds of around 22.7 acres, with three additional holiday cottages and a range of outbuildings, enjoying wonderful south-facing valley views across the grounds. Sympathetically converted and serviced by a wind turbine and a ground-source heat pump.
Helland Barton lies to the south of Delabole in the pretty parish of St.Teath in a beautiful undulating valley and close to the breathtaking north Cornish coastline, where the Atlantic Ocean meets high cliffs. The contrast between the towering cliffs and sandy beaches is quite awe-inspiring and the area provides some of the best surfing in the British Isles.
The picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac, with its sandy harbour, is five miles to the south and the fashionable market town of Wadebridge sits beside the River Camel, less than ten miles to the south west.
Communications to this part of Cornwall are excellent, with the main A30 trunk road within 20 miles and the mainline railway station at Bodmin Parkway 17 miles to the south. There are daily flights to London and many other UK and seasonal European destinations from Cornwall Airport, near Mawgan Porth.
There are excellent golf courses at Camelford (Bowood), Polzeath (The Point) and Rock (St. Enodoc). Whilst the north Cornish coast is famous for its surfing beaches, excellent windsurfing and day sailing can also be enjoyed on the Camel Estuary, where a passenger ferry links Rock with Padstow, a foodie heaven with celebrated chefs including Paul Ainsworth and Rick Stein.
The first recorded mention of the homestead of Helland Barton
was in 1345, and it was owned by the farming Martyn family from the 17th Century until the middle of the 19th Century, when they emigrated to New Zealand. Around this time the farm consisted of approximately 400 acres and employed 19 labourers. For the next 100 years, Helland Barton was owned and farmed by the Muttons, a Cornish mining family whose descendants remain in North Cornwall.
Beautifully converted grey stone former barn dating back to
Stunning south-facing countryside location
Sympathetically finished throughout retaining many original
Reverse level accommodation
Charming drawing room with an attractive granite surround
Large open-plan living space with hand-built farmhouse kitchen, vaulted ceiling and country views
French doors from the kitchen lead out to a south-facing decked balcony, steps lead down to the lawned garden
Master suite on the upper floor has the added benefit of separate bath and shower rooms (his and hers en suites).
Snug living room on the ground floor with exposed beams
and centrally placed fireplace
All downstairs bedroom accommodation enjoy views over
Double bedroom with en suite
Two further double bedrooms sharing the use of a family
Smaller fourth bedroom with a separate shower room
Convenient downstairs boot room and utility
Ground source heat pump
Three beautiful stone cottages
Originally thought to have been built around 1840
Situated around an attractive former farmyard, now laid to
Each cottage has a private outside area
Helland Barton Cottage has an open plan living area with
an open fireplace, separate kitchen, three bedrooms, an
upstairs bathroom and a wet room
Mundens Cottage has a large reception room with a wood