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4 bedroom detached house for sale

St Teath, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

Sold STC £1,090,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Attractive Listed Farmhouse
  • Four Quality Cottages
  • Cottages Sleep Between 2 And 6 Guests.
  • Lovely Rural Views
  • Around 7 Acres In Total
  • Wealth Of Character Features
  • Outbuildings

Full description

An enchanting character holiday cottage complex amidst rolling countryside in North Cornwall. Handsome Grade II Listed farmhouse and four quality holiday cottages with around 7 acres of pasture and gardens. lovely views. Cottages sleep between two and six guests. Outbuildings.

Situation - Tredarrup is situated amidst the rolling countryside of North Cornwall enjoying splendid views over the Allen Valley and beyond.
 
On the edge of the picturesque hamlet of Treveighan, the nearest village is St.Teath complete with a grocery store and The White Hart Inn. Within approximately 4 miles is the ancient town of Camelford, straddling the A39 Atlantic Highway and providing a range of local amenities. Some 9 miles to the south-west is Wadebridge offering a wider range of facilities and access to the picturesque Camel Trail that passes along the shores of the River Camel to Padstow.
 
Around 71/2 miles to the west is the historic fishing port of Port Isaac which is one of the most scenic villages along this stretch of the coastline and renowned as the location for the Doc Martin TV series. Also within easy reach are a plethora of superb sandy beaches including Polzeath and Daymer Bay whilst the popular waterside village of Rock offers a wide range of water sports and sailing on the Camel Estuary.
 
Just to the south-east is Bodmin Moor, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a haven for walkers and nature-lovers alike.

The Property - Approached over a driveway that is shared with the neighbouring farm, Tredarrup is an enchanting small holiday cottage complex that has been the subject of significant improvement by the vendors.
 
The main farmhouse boasts a handsome broad fronted exposed stone faade complete with granite quoins and leaded light mullioned windows. The slate roof has been recently renovated. Thought to date from the early 17th century, and extended in 1680 and then at the 18th century, the property faces approximately south and overlooks its own lawned garden. Internally the comfortable accommodation retains a wealth of traditional features including slate and granite floors, exposed beamed ceilings and exposed stone walls.
 
The four holiday cottages are rated Four Star Gold by Visit England and accommodate between two and six guests. All are beautifully presented throughout and in common with the farmhouse have many retained character features including high vaulted timbered ceilings, exposed stone walls and slate or granite floors.
 
Externally there is a courtyard outside three of the barns whilst Mill Barn overlooks a large granite chipped driveway and expansive lawn. Beyond this is the paddock where undoubtedly the views are at their very best.

The Farmhouse - Full of atmosphere, the property is entered directly into the splendid large Sitting Room/Dining Room with exposed stone walls, granite and slate floor, open beamed ceiling and two fireplaces inset with wood burning stoves. Beyond this is the rustic style Kitchen with large cream solid fuel Aga and slate flag floor. Off the principal reception room is a Study and the Old Dairy whilst steps descend to the Utility/Boot Room with shower cubicle.
 
To the first floor there are Three/Four Bedrooms with the master having a high vaulted ceiling with exposed roof timbers.
 
The Family Bathroom is on the half landing and includes a free-standing claw foot roll top bath.

The Cottages - All of the cottages have been converted from a range of traditional buildings with Shippon and The Wagon created in more recent years by the vendors.
 
Mill Barn (Sleeps 6): The largest of the cottages, Mill Barn extends to some 1800 sq. Ft. In size and is approached to the magnificent 44'6" long Living Area with high vaulted ceiling, exposed stone walls, timber floor and wood burning stove. Off this is a cosy Snug.
 
On the ground floor are found Three Bedrooms and the Family Bathroom with contemporary double ended bath together with a separate shower room.
 
Stable Cottage (Sleeps 4): A single storey barn conversion with an abundance of features. Substantial 30 5 long Living Area with high vaulted ceiling, exposed stone walls, granite floor and wood burning stove. There are Two Bedrooms (One En-Suite) together with a Family Bathroom.
 
Shippon and The Wagon (Sleep 2 Each): Both Shippon and The Wagon have been converted by the vendors in a similar style and provide high quality accommodation for couples. Both are approached to a spacious Open-Plan Living Area with high vaulted timbered ceilings, oak floors and wood burning stoves. Each has a Double Bedroom with contemporary En-Suite Shower Room.

Outside - Tredarrup is approached off the shared access drive through a 5-bar gate to a granite chipped driveway which passes between the main farmhouse and Mill Barn to an extensive granite chipped parking area. To the lefthand side of the driveway is a lawned garden with an old well, whilst on the right-hand side is a courtyard outside of The Wagon, Shippon and Stable Cottage.
 
Mill Barn benefits from a substantial covered terrace ideal for entertaining and eating during the summer months and from here the views are outstanding across the manicured lawns to the countryside beyond.
 
Beyond the driveway is a vegetable garden area with greenhouse, chicken run and an old Static Caravan which now provides useful storage and has been sympathetically clad in timber. A short distance beyond this again is a useful storage area together with Former Stables that now house the water filtration and pumping equipment together with maintenance equipment.
 
Extending to approximately 5.7 acres, the single large grassland paddock is gently sloping and enjoys magnificent views.

The Business - Tredarrup is a family run enterprise that has seen significant growth in recent years since the vendors took over and enhanced the existing barns and converted Shippon and The Wagon. Promoted principally through the vendors own website, www.tredarrup.com, the cottages attract good reviews and this is reflected in the increasing levels of repeat business. Accounts can be made available to interested parties following viewing.

Services - Mains electricity. Private water supply with mains also available. Private drainage. Oil-fired central heating to Mill Barn and Stable Cottage. LPG central heating to The Wagon and Shippon. Oil connected to the farmhouse with electric heating in place.

Directions - From Wadebridge take the A39 in an easterly directly passing St. Kew Highway and through the Allen Valley. Upon reaching a sharp right-hand corner, ignore the turning on the left to St. Teath and take the next right towards Michaelstow. Continue along this road for approximately 1/2 mile until you see the Treveighan triangle sign on the left-hand side and the Methodist
Church on the right-hand side. After approximately a further 100 metres on the left is the entrance to Tredarrup. Proceed up the driveway which is also a public footpath and Tredarrup will be on the right-hand side.

Outgoings - The complex appears to have a current Rateable Value of £7,000. The farmhouse is in Council Tax Band E.

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

Fixtures And Fittings - Only those mentioned in the sales particulars are included in the sale. All others such as curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments etc are excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.

Viewing - Strictly by prior appointment with Stags Holiday Complex Department on 01392 680058 or Stags Wadebridge Office on 01208 222333.
 
These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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


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