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Mount, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30

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Kivells, Liskeard



8,401,417 sq ft

780,518 sq m

Key features

  • Range of modern adaptable stock buildings
  • Productive pasture and arable land
  • Partially completed three bedroom farmhouse
  • Diversification income via Telecommunications Masts
  • Extremely accessible location, not far from the A38
  • In all some 193 acres


GUIDE PRICE £2,300,000 - £2,400,000. Lower Trevorder Farm offers a rare and superb opportunity to acquire a quality stock rearing farm in a highly accessible location. There is a range of modern adaptable buildings currently used for stock rearing purposes.

The versatile land is contained in well fenced and watered good size enclosures, with access onto parish roads. Much is rotational with arable cropping.

In addition, there is a partially completed three bedroom farmhouse and income from two Telecommunications masts located on the farm.

Lower Trevorder Farm is located within the farming heartland of South East Cornwall. The area is renowned for its temperate climate and productive, versatile, soils.

Positioned close to the village of Mount and the larger sought after village of St Neot, both of which provide a good range of amenities, including village shop, post office, primary school and public house.

The historic market town of Liskeard and the town of Bodmin are approximately 9 and 8 miles driving distance respectively, providing a comprehensive range of town facilities.

A mainline railway station is also found at Bodmin and with access onto one of the main arterial routes throughout Cornwall, the A38, a short distance.

Wider afield is the South Cornish coastline, particularly the historic port town of Looe, which is approximately 14 miles driving distance and the rugged expanses of Bodmin Moor, both providing an abundance of recreational activities.

The Land
Lower Trevorder extends in all to approximately 192.87 acres (78.08 hectares) comprising principally level or very gently sloping pasture and land within arable rotation. There is a small area of woodland on the periphery of the farm.

The land is accessible via adjoining parish roads, is well fenced and watered for stock purposes.

Telecommunications Mast
There are two Telecommunications masts on the farm. Further details are available from the Agent’s Liskeard office.

The Farm Buildings
The range of modern farm buildings are utilised for stock rearing purposes, with further storage for machinery, fertiliser and fodder. The principal range of buildings benefit from concreted yards and comprise the following:-

1. Steel portal frame with cement fibre roof, part concrete panel, part Yorkshire board elevations Loose House with concrete floor, feed barriers and central feed passage (60’ x 75’) with overhang at front.

2. Steel portal frame with cement fibre roof, concrete floor, concrete panel and Yorkshire board elevations Loose House (55’ x 25’).

3. 90 tonne Grain Silo.

4. Steel portal frame and cement fibre roof with part Yorkshire board and part concrete panel elevations with concrete floor Loose House and central feed passage (80’ x 60’).

5. Concrete portal frame and corrugated roof with concrete floor Loose House with side feed trough and open sided Straw Shed (60’ x 60’)and small Lean-To with steel portal frame and box profile roof Grain Store (30’ x 12’).

Situated away from the main complex of buildings:-

6. Timber portal frame, corrugated and box profile roof Machinery, Fertiliser and Fodder Store (70’ x 70’).

The Farm Dwelling

Planning permission has been obtained (see below) for construction of a new farmhouse, with the accommodation comprising on the ground floor: open plan kitchen/diner, living room, utility, shower room, lobby and garage, with three bedrooms (one en suite), family bathroom and home working area/office on the first floor.

In all the accommodation providing 199.11 sq m including the garage.

As at the date of these particulars, works have commenced on construction of the farm dwelling and remain ongoing. The extent of additional work completed will be subject to negotiation.

The site of the dwelling is located close to the main complex of farm buildings, with access off a quiet parish road and enjoying views over the farm to open countryside beyond.

Planning Permission
Reserved Matters Application for a Manager’s/Owner’s dwelling (details following Application No. PA19/02991 dated 3rd June 2019) at Lower Trevorder, Mount, Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 4DR under Cornwall Council Planning Application No. PA20/07908.

Other Information

Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Farm Plan
The farm plan is based on Ordnance Survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.

Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way
The property 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.

Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor’s agents 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 vendor’s agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final.

The farm is serviced by mains electricity and private water. Private drainage system installed to service the farmhouse.

Local Authority
Cornwall Council, Chy Trevail, Beacon Technology Park, Bodmin, Cornwall PL31 2FR.

Taken in July 2023.

Location and Land Plans
For identification purposes only.

Strictly by prior appointment with the selling agent Kivells, 7-8 Bay Tree Hill, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 4BE.

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Email: mark.


From Liskeard, proceed along the A38 towards Bodmin. Passing through the Glyn Valley and the Halfway House Public House, take the first turning to the right sign-posted Mount and Warleggan. Follow this road for approximately 2 miles and bear right at the first crossroads sign posted Lower Trevorder.

Follow the road for a short distance and Lower Trevorder Farm buildings will be found on the right hand side. Please also refer to the Location Plan.

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Mount, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Bodmin Parkway Station3.1 miles
  • Lostwithiel Station5.3 miles
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Kivells, Liskeard

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Kivells, Liskeard

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