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This is a substantial traditional stone built property with an attached one bedroom cottage, various outbuildings, stabling with approx. 14 acres of good pasture land (with more available by separate negotiation) all set in a quiet rural hamlet.
• An attached 1 bedroom cottage
• Currently run as a very successful livery business
• Numerous outbuildings, including three stable blocks, open barn and storage barns. Potential to convert some of these outbuildings (subject to permissions)
• Approximately 14 acres of well fenced pasture land with water to the fields. (Further 10 acres available for separate negotiation)
• Quiet rural hamlet between Falmouth and Helston
• Potential for self contained annexe on the ground floor of the main house
• Spacious dual aspect kitchen/diner measuring approx. 20'x15'
• Two reception rooms on the ground floor of main house
• Three bedrooms on the first floor of the main house
• Family bathroom and master bedroom with en-suite facilities
• Second floor bedroom (with restricted head height) with plenty of storage in the eaves
|Description||This property is located in a quiet rural hamlet between Falmouth and Helston and is a substantial stone built property with and attached one bedroom cottage, various outbuildings with approx. 14 acres of good pasture land that is currently being running as a highly successful livery business. The main house is flexible in its layout with the main house currently being used as a 5 bedroom, 3 reception property yet could easily be used (and previously was) as a 1 bedroom self contained annexe which is ideal for a dependant relative which can integrate with the main house or equally be totally private with its own independent space. The kitchen has a wonderful feeling of space with its high ceilings and measuring approx. 20' in length.|
|. 1||The ground floor also encompasses a separate dining room, a generous size formal sitting room which looks over the quaint front garden and finally a very useful utility room off the kitchen. Rising to the first floor there are 3 good size double bedrooms with the master bedroom having the benefit of en-suite shower room facilities while the other two bedroom being serviced by the family bathroom. Many years ago prior owners converted the loft to create a further bedroom with copious storage in the eaves and this room is perfect for a teenagers own space. Attached to the main house is a one bedroom cottage which is mid terrace and is perfect for multiple uses including long term letting, holiday letting or a dependant relative.|
|. 2||The current owners run a highly successful Livery business where they rarely have vacancies as the service and location is perfect for such a business and could be taken over by the new buyer. There are 16 stables of varying sizes and are all maintained well. There are further outbuildings for storage that are highly useful which include a large open barn perfect for machinery. As facilities for Livery clients there is a block built building which is currently used as part kitchen area and part with individual lockable storage units for personal items. A well constructed 40 x 20 sand school is used by Livery clients which is a wonderful addition to the 14 acres of ideal pasture land which has recently had all fencing upgraded. There is a further 10 acres available for separate negotiation adjoining the current land should more land be required. There is also an abundance of parking on site for many vehicles.|
|Location||The property is conveniently located within a rural position in the quaint hamlet of Trannack that offers picturesque rural living in close proximity to local primary schools and rural views. Helston is a traditional market town, which boasts much history and charm. The town stands as the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula, which is mainland Britain's most southerly point and plays host numerous picturesque fishing villages. Helston town itself provides a good range of amenities including a sports centre with indoor swimming pool, cinema, doctor's surgeries and pharmacies. Excellent day sailing waters are found within the Helford River and Carrick Roads, which are a short drive from the property, whilst the University of Cornwall, located at Tremough is only 9 miles away.|
|Services||The following services are available: Mains electricity Private water supply, Private drainage, Oil fired central heating and telephone connection although we have not verified this. Council Tax Band 'E' for the Main House and 'A' for the Annexe.|
|Distances||Helston 2.5 Miles Falmouth 11 Miles The Lizard Peninsula - 13.5 miles Truro 16.5 Miles. (All distances are Approx.)|
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