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Key features

  • Five/six bedroom (one en suite) detached house, three reception rooms and conservatory
  • Splendid private location
  • Located on the fringe of the wide expanses of Bodmin Moor, close to the sought-after moorland village of Blisland
  • Barns ripe for conversion
  • Access to the Camel Trail for walking and cycling only 0.5 miles distant
  • In all 77.11 acres of agricultural land and ancient woodland


Positioned in a super private location with no near neighbours and along a private entrance lane surrounded by its own land. Close by is the sought-after moorland village of Blisland boasting a Grade I listed church, with Norman origins; characterful village inn, village hall and community run shop and post office.

Beyond Blisland are the wide expanses of the mystical Bodmin Moor, a granite moorland area providing endless walking, outriding and leisure opportunities. Perhaps best known for Brown Willy the highest point in Cornwall and its sister tor, Rough Tor.

Landabethick sits virtually centrally within the county, with access to both the north and south coasts, which have an abundance of sandy beaches, picturesque coastal villages and towns including Padstow, Polzeath, Rock and Looe and the coastal footpaths.

The main arterial route throughout Cornwall, the A30, is a short drive (5 minutes), which provides easy access east and west, with the nearest town being Bodmin, the former county town, providing an extensive range of facilities and a mainline railway station. Regional airports are found at Newquay and Exeter, approximately 21 and 60 miles driving distance respectively.

Landabethick provides splendid isolation and privacy, yet is easily accessible to local infrastructure, facilities and leisure pursuits. Noting the property has not been on the open market for well over 50 years represents an opportunity not to be missed.

The House
The history of Landabethick House is lost in the midst of time, although its origins are believed to be from the 1700s, comprising an ancient farmstead. The principal stone house has been extended and now comprising extensive living accommodation (approximately 3,091 sq ft) over two floors. The accommodation is mostly south westerly facing, making the most of the country views over its own land and ancient woodland.

An Entrance Hallway provides access to the Sitting Room and Living Room with Conservatory beyond. Doors provide access to an outside Sun Terrace. Also on the ground floor is a Cloakroom, Kitchen, Breakfast Room and Utility Room.
The first floor is arranged to provide the Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and En Suite, Family Bathroom, Cloakroom and Five further Bedrooms (one currently utilised as a study).

Landabethick is approached along its own tarmac entrance lane, leading to the rear of the house, which provides parking and access to an adjoining Integral Garage. Extensive lawns surround the property, with access to the suntrap terrace at the front of the house; an excellent place to soak up the extensive country views.

The Buildings
Of particular note is the opportunity to utilise outbuildings for alternative uses (subject to the necessary planning consents).

The two principal stone with slate roof Barns (one single storey and one with loft over) currently providing general garden and domestic storage. Beyond these is a converted former farm building, now providing a Large Garage and Workshop with roller door; ideal for storage of your mobile home, caravan, classic car, or conversion for equestrian use. Located at the entrance to the farm is a further single storey stone with corrugated roof Building and Yard Area providing storage.

The Land
Landabethick extends to some 77.11 acres, with the house and buildings situated centrally within the land, ensures absolute privacy. There is approximately 37 acres of mostly gently undulating pasture and arable land. Beyond this, is the woodland, with pretty stream frontage, providing ample wood for your open fire or woodburner. The principal aspect of the house looks over its own land, particularly towards Higher Coldrinnick Wood, located on the opposite side of the valley. Higher Coldrinnick Wood is an ancient woodland, largely undisturbed for many hundreds of years, ownership of which ensuring complete control of the vista from the house. The Camel Trail, well known for walking and cycling, is accessible a short distance beyond, via a private right of way along a Forestry Commission track.

Other Information
Tenure: The farm is offered on a freehold basis, noting an adjoining farmer has been renting the farmland, with opportunities for this agreement to be renewed, offering a source of income to the property.

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

Easements, Wayleaves and 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.

Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither Vendor nor the Vendor’s agent 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 Expert shall be final.

Location, Land and Floor Plans: Not to scale and for identification purposes only.

Services: The house is serviced by mains electricity, private borehole water and a private drainage system. Heating and hot water is via a newly installed (2023) oil fired boiler. Positioned on the house is a 4kW PV system generating the property’s own electricity, with surplus fed to the grid providing a useful small income. Broadband is available to the property, with superfast broadband likely to be available in late 2024.

Photographs: Taken in June 2023 and March 2024.

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

Council Tax Band: ‘E’.

Energy Performance Certificate: ‘D’.

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We would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sale particulars have been prepared as a general guide only.

A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale.

If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property.

Strictly by prior appointment with the Selling Agent, Kivells, 7-8 Bay Tree Hill, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 4BE. T: E: mark.


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PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
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Kivells, Liskeard

7 - 8 Bay Tree Hill, Liskeard, PL14 4BE

Kivells, Liskeard

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