This property has been removed by the agent. It may be sold or temporarily removed from the market

View similar properties

6 bedroom property for sale

Lanlivery, Bodmin

Withdrawn from Market £975,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stock rearing and dairy farm with significant residential appeal
  • Grade II listed four bedroom character farmhouse
  • Two bedroom holiday cottage known as ?The Chestnut Tree'
  • Range of farm buildings, some with planning potential
  • Approximately 75.33 acres of productive pasture and attractive amenity woodland

Full description

Lower Tregantle Farm is currently run as a dairy and stock rearing farm, taking advantage of the temperate climate and principally loamy soils, producing excellent grass growth.

The Grade II listed farmhouse provides characterful living accommodation, with many original features including open fireplaces and a granite spiral staircase. Situated close to the farmhouse is the holiday cottage known as ‘The Chestnut Tree’, which was converted in 2010 and has been successfully let since this time, particularly given the farm’s location to the popular Eden Project.

The range of farm buildings are currently used for the stock rearing and dairy enterprises, although lend themselves to a variety of other agricultural uses, or perhaps equestrian, with potential for redevelopment, subject to the necessary planning consents being sought. The land extends to 75.33 acres, including 20 acres of attractive amenity woodland and rough grazing; the land running down into a valley with river frontage.

The farm is available as a whole, or in the following lots:
LOT 1 - The Farmhouse, The chestnut tree, farm buildings and approximately 75.33 acres (30.47 hectares) of land.

The Farmhouse
Lower Tregantle Farmhouse is a detached Grade II listed house of stone construction with a pitched slate roof. The house retains many characterful and original features and provides the following accommodation:-

Ground Floor
Front entrance door to PORCHWAY with tiled floor and side door off to internal HALLWAY with first floor stairs, granite floor and radiator to CLOAKROOM with WC, hand basin and under stairs cupboard. UTILITY ROOM with granite floor, slate shelving, Belfast sink, oil fired central heating boiler and plumbing for washing machine to FARMHOUSE KITCHEN with solid fuel Rayburn in stone fireplace, range of kitchen units, stainless steel sink unit, built-in hob and oven and exposed beams to LIVING ROOM with solid fuel burner in granite open fireplace, radiator and access to the first floor via a feature granite spiral staircase.

First Floor
LANDING with radiator, MASTER BEDROOM with EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM, TWO FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS, ONE SINGLE BEDROOM and a family BATHROOM having a panelled bath with shower over, WC and hand basin.

Outside the FarmhouseA separate entrance off the farm lane leads to the rear of the house where there is a parking area, providing access to an attractive side lawned garden, with flower and shrub bed borders. At the front of the house is a further lawned garden, with steps leading to ‘The Chestnut Tree’ garden. At the side is a stone and slate roof with loft over GENERAL STORE 10’ x 21’ (3.04m x 6.40m).

The Chestnut Tree
The Chestnut Tree comprises a detached holiday cottage converted in 2010 and providing reverse style accommodation, equipped to a high standard:-

Ground Floor
DOUBLE BEDROOM with built-in wardrobes and EN SUITE comprising WC, hand basin, shower and radiator; HALLWAY with radiator and built-in cupboard; second DOUBLE BEDROOM with radiator and FAMILY BATHROOM having a bath with shower over, WC, hand basin and radiator.

First Floor
Open plan KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING AREA with range of kitchen units, built-in hob and oven and sink unit and ENTRANCE HALLWAY doubling up as a utility room with side door off, tiled floor and radiator.

Outside The Chestnut Tree
At the side of the cottage is a parking area leading to lawned gardens with a patio.

The Farm Buildings
The range of buildings are centred around some concreted yards, with easy access from the farm’s main entrance lane.

Top Yard
LOOSE HOUSE of timber portal frame and corrugated iron roof construction 45’ x 15’ (13.71m x 4.57m) with 6’ overhang
COVERED YARD of timber portal frame and corrugated asbestos roof construction with central feed passage 75’ x 60’ (22.86m x 18.28m)
COVERED YARD of timber portal frame and corrugated asbestos roof 40’ x 30’ (12.19m x 9.14m) with LEAN TO off the building above.

Lower Yard
LOOSE HOUSE of timber portal frame and cement fibre roof 45’ x 54’ (13.71m x 16.45m)

CUBICLE HOUSE of timber portal frame and box profile roof with isolation pen, calf pens and eight cubicles 15’ x 45’ (4.57m x 13.71m) 

PARLOUR housing six abreast parlour with feed loft above, 4,500 litre bulk tank, water heaters, plate cooler and attached feed store (45’ x 30’) (13.71m x 9.14m) 

WORKSHOP of concrete block and corrugated iron roof (18’ x 18’) (5.48m x 5.48m) 

COVERED YARD of timber portal frame and corrugated iron roof (60’ x 30’) (18.28 x 9.14m) 

CUBICLE BUILDING of timber portal frame and corrugated iron roof for thirty one 
cubicles 21’ x 60’ (6.40m x 18.28m) 

CUBICLE BUILDING of timber portal frame and box profile roof for fifty cubicles 54’ x 45’ (16.45m x 13.71m) 


DIRTY WATER SYSTEM comprising slurry lagoon with dirty water catchment pit.

LOT 1 (Pink on plan)
The Land 
Extending to approximately 75.33 acres (30.47 hectares) contained in a ring fenced block, including approximately 50 acres of productive pasture and 20 acres of attractive amenity woodland, with a river boundary.  The land is accessed from the farmstead, is mostly level or very gently sloping with borehole and natural water. 


Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)
The land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding Entitlements will be available as part of the purchase.  Once the Rural Payments Agency transfer window is open, the Vendor (and not Kivells as selling agents; unless specifically instructed in writing to do so) shall transfer the necessary Entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property and bear any necessary costs.  

The Vendor will make the necessary claim for the scheme year up to 15th May claim date and shall be entitled to receive the full sum of money resultant from the claim they have made. If a sale of the Property takes place before the claim deadline and the Entitlements are subsequently transferred, the Purchaser will be entitled to make their claim prior to 15th May deadline and retain the money paid thereon by the Rural Payments Agency. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties.

The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

The Purchaser will be required to take over all silage, hay, straw, fodder, growing and standing crops at valuation to be prepared by Kivells and there will be no counter claim for dilapidations.  Such valuations to be conducted in accordance with the central Association of Agricultural  Valuers.

Farm Sale
The Vendor reserves the right to hold a Farm Sale on the farm before completion.

Farm Plan
The farm plan is based on Ordnance Survey extracts, the areas are not guaranteed and intending 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.

Location Plan
For identification purposes only and not to scale.

ServicesMains electricity to the farmhouse, cottage and buildings. Mains water to the farmhouse and cottage. Borehole to the farm buildings, providing a backup supply to the farmhouse and cottage. Private drainage to the farmhouse and cottage. Oil fired central heating to the farmhouse. 

From Liskeard, take the A38 as far as Dobwalls Twelvewoods Roundabout and turn left where sign-posted Lostwithiel.  Follow the road, passing through the town of Lostwithiel and after approximately 2 miles turn right where sign-posted Lanlivery. Continue into the village of Lanlivery and bear left opposite the church sign-posted Luxulyan. After approximately ½ a mile, take the first left and after a further ½ a mile, the entrance to the farm will be found on the right hand side. 

More information from this agent

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 June 2017

Map & Street View

Disclaimer - Property reference 7934579. The information displayed about this property comprises a property advertisement. makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the advertisement or any linked or associated information, and Rightmove has no control over the content. This property advertisement does not constitute property particulars. The information is provided and maintained by Kivells, Liskeard. Please contact the selling agent or developer directly to obtain any information which may be available under the terms of The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 or the Home Report if in relation to a residential property in Scotland.

* Average speeds are based on the download speeds of at least 50% of customers at peak time (8pm to 10pm) from packages available on Speed can be affected by a range of technical and environmental factors. The speed you receive where you live may be lower than that listed above. You can check the estimated speed to your property prior to purchasing. Fibre/cable services at your postcode are subject to availability. You can confirm availability on the provider's website. Providers may increase charges. You should have the right to exit your contract without penalty if this happens. The information is provided and maintained by Decision Technologies Limited.

Map data OpenStreetMap contributors.