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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Yeolmbridge, Launceston

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VIDEO/VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE for this property. A beautiful 4 bedroom South facing residential farm privately and quietly set at the end of its own 800m track in approximately 73.55 acres, with 1.26km frontage and fishing rights to the River Ottery and with planning permission for 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

Fishing rights 
The farm has single bank fishing rights of approximately 1.268km and runs the whole length of the South facing land. Salmon and brown trout have previously been caught over the years but there are no available fishing records. Resident wildlife includes otters, kingfishers, a pair of cormorants, wild duck, Canadian geese and roaming wild deer including a white stag. A large pond in the middle of the land provides further coarse fishing, boating and wild swimming opportunities and has been stocked with common carp, crucian carp and roach.

General For a full aerial video of this property and land, search for Abode Property Agents and Leat Farm.

The land is registered for the new subsidy payments. These are available by separate negotiation.

The pasture land is let to a neighbouring farmer on a monthly rolling contract. Vacant possession can be arranged on the sale of the property.

The property is offered for sale freehold, by private treaty, subject to any tenancies as detailed above.

Health & Safety 
Given the potential hazards of a working farm, we would ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety.

Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating in the original house to radiators with underfloor heating in the new kitchen. Private drainage. 16 solar panels. Stock on the land can take water from numerous natural free running leats/streams and have easy access to river water.

EPC Rating 

Local Authority 
Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro TR1 3AY

Rights of way, wayleaves & easements 
There are no rights of way nor public footpaths running on or near the land. The sale is subject to all rights of support, public and private rights of way, water, light, drainage and other easements, quasi-easements and wayleaves, all or any other like rights, whether mentioned in the sales particulars or not.

Agents Note 
The vendor of this property is an employee of Abode Property Agents. Planning References: PA12/07 408 PA13/09422 Local Planning Authority: Cornwall Council, County Hall, Teyew Road, Truro TR1 3AY

The Farmhouse 
Leat farmhouse is a detached Victorian stone built house set safely over 10 metres higher than the river level, overlooking its own land and enjoying stunning southerly valley views. The property is unlisted and has been substantially extended and updated since 2010 to include all new wood framed double glazed windows and doors (excluding 2 doors), a fabulous 12m barn-style vaulted kitchen/dining/family room with substantial exposed oak A frames. The property has further planning to create 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

The agricultural land 
The land, which extends to approximately 73.55 acres, enjoys 1.26km single bank frontage to the river Ottery with fishing rights, is laid to permanent pasture and with small mixed woodland. There are no rights of way or public footpaths. Approximately 65 acres are currently let out to a local farmer (with an approximate income of £4,500 /a, who is willing to continue or vacate, to suit).

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Leat farm has a number of outbuildings including a concrete-floored timber barn measuring 60' x 30' (18.27m x 9.14m) (including 4 bay car port), with power and light connected alongside the parking area, currently used for garaging and garden machinery storage. Privately owned 16 panel 4kw pv units supply all electricity and provide sufficient yearly profit to pay all oil outgoings. An additional 30ft (9.14m) timber framed workshop is found behind the coach house. The workshop has lighting, a good number of power points and a concrete floor and adjoining tractor bay.

The detached Coach House 
The Coach House is a traditional stone building over two floors with planning permission for a two bedroom, two bathroom reverse level cottage ideal for holiday let or full residential use. Further details can be provided by the vendors' agent.

Gardens and grounds 
Leat Farmhouse is surrounded by extensive lawned gardens of approximately one acre. The South facing garden to the front of the property has a paved terrace leading to a level lawned garden, bordered by many established trees and shrubs to either side, providing spectacular views over the valley and down to the river. To the rear of the house and accessed from the family room is a sizeable wooden decked entertaining area with raised flower beds and exterior mood lighting which is ideal for 'al fresco' dining. A large, level and lawned area surrounds the terrace and leads up to the herb garden and vegetable garden with fruit cages, chicken run and a large greenhouse.

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30 March 2016

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