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68 acres, Nr Liskeard, Cornwall
Under Offer - Guide Price £1,500,000

  • 68 Acre livestock and equestrian farm
  • 4 bedroom Grade II listed house
  • 4 reception rooms
  • 1 bedroom separate annexe
  • 2 bedroom park home caravan
  • Traditional barns with potential
  • Extensive buildings
  • Stables
  • Sand school

Treweatha Farm occupies a delightful setting amidst undulating, unspoilt countryside 2 miles north east of Liskeard which provides shopping, educational and recreational facilities and main line rail link to London. Launceston is 17 miles to the north, Plymouth is 22 miles south east and Truro is 40 miles south west.

The Farm extends to 68 acres of level or gently sloping grassland which is divided into conveniently sized fields some with good road access.

The house
The Grade II listed house dates back to the 18th century and offers comfortable family living accommodation with many original characterful features including flagstone floors, exposed beams, open fireplaces with wood burning stoves, wooden sash and hinged windows, and the modern benefits of oil fired central heating. The accommodation comprises: Entrance porch with a granite floor, large entrance hall, study with open fireplace and wood burning stove, sitting room original slate flagstone floor with beam ceiling and large inglenook fireplace, a wood burning stove. Dining room exposed wooden floor, fireplace, polished granite hearth and wood burning stove. Kitchen / breakfast room a dual aspect room, original slate flagstone floor, feature slate table on a granite plinth, fitted units, 4 oven AGA, Kenwood 5 ring electric range cooker, built in dishwasher. Rear entrance porch / boot room exposed ‘A’ frame and ceiling beams and stable door. Utility oil fired Rayburn (currently not in use). On the first floor: split level landing built in storage cupboard, master bedroom a dual aspect room with an open fireplace with cast iron surround and built in wardrobes, bedroom 3 fireplace with an inset cast iron surround and pedestal wash hand basin. Bedroom 4 exposed beams and window to the front, bedroom 5 / dressing room exposed ceiling beams and window overlooking the yard and the surrounding farmland, family bathroom benefits from under floor heating and a tiled floor, roll top slipper bath with ball and claw feet, large walk in shower, wash basin, WC, wooden panelled and tiled walls. Bedroom 2 inset fireplace and overlooking the front garden.

The gardens at the front of the house are mainly lawned interspersed with flower bed borders and specimen shrubs and trees with a patio area ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. A gate leads through to a side garden with further large level lawn interspersed with a variety of shrubs and trees and an enclosed vegetable garden with an aluminium framed greenhouse. Two lean to storage buildings and a gardeners WC.

The Lodge
Across the yard from the house is a converted single storey traditional stone built barn providing annexe accommodation to the house comprising living room / bedroom with a tiled floor and wood burning stove. Cloak room with tiled floor and WC.

The Villa
A park home style static caravan is located on the edge of the yard with views over the surrounding land, is has consent for accommodation for seasonal agricultural workers and briefly comprises: Kitchen / dining room with fitted units and a gas range style cooker (LPG), sitting room built in corner units with a gas fire, inner hall, double bedroom built in wardrobe, adjoining shower room, twin bedroom and all benefiting from Upvc double glazed windows and LPG fired central heating. At the front is a timber deck seating area, lawned garden and gravel parking area. There is provision on the site for a second static caravan.

The Land
The farm extends to approximately 68 acres of predominantly level or gently sloping grassland in 12 easily managed fields enclosed within traditional Cornish bank hedging and post and wire fencing.

Garage: 9.90m x 4.14m (32’6 x 13’7)
Traditional stone built barn with potential
Traditional Barn: 11.68m x 4.60m (38’4 x 15’1)
Grade II listed 2 storey stone barn on the ground floor divided into four room sections and on the first floor, access by an external stone and slate staircase is a single room currently used as a gym and games room with a vaulted ceiling and exposed ‘A’ frame beams.
Ground floor: stable loose boxes, dog kennels and tack room. Attached to the end of the barn is a further Traditional Barn: 5.5m x 4.75m (18’1 x 15’7) with a further attached Round House Barn 7.20m x 7.10m (23’7 x 23’4) single storey with a vaulted roof and exposed ‘A’ frame beams with potential for conversion.
Stables: 22.5m x 5.70m (73’10 x 18’8)
Divided into 5 stable loose boxes with potential for conversion.
Tack Room / Feedstore: 6.90m x 3.15m (22’8 x 10’4)
Stables: 15m x 5.90m (49’3 x 19’4)
Of traditional stone and concrete block construction divided into 3 loose boxes with potential for conversion.
Livestock / General Purpose Atcost Building: 18.65m x 13.40m (61’2 x 44’0)
Adjoining lean to Workshop / Store: 18.64m x 6.36m (61’2 x 20’10)
Livestock / General Purpose Atcost Building: 18.65m x 13.37m (61’2 x 43’10)
Lean to Livestock Loose housing and Cubical Building: 16.90m x 9.50m (55’5 x 31’2)
Silage Clamp / General Purpose Atcost Building: 18m x 13m (59’1 x 42’8)
Lean to livestock loosing housing and cubical building: 17.94m x 10.90m (58’10 x 35’9)
Livestock / General Purpose Atcost Building: 18m x 13.40m (59’1 x 44’0)
With turn out yard and handling pen to the front
General Purpose / Livestock Building: 13.75m x 10.20m (45’1 x 33’6)
With turnout yard
Adjoining barn: 11.70m x 4.20m (38’5 x 13’9)
Single Storey traditional barn
Divided into 3 loose boxes.
General Purpose / Atcost Building: 36.60m x 13.25m (120’1 x 43’6)
Livestock / Cubicle Atcost Building: 23.70m x 13.25m (77’9 x 43’6)
Adjoining Cubicle Building: 13.65m x 7m (44’9 x 23’0)
Livestock / General Purpose Building: 23m x 13.6m (75’6 x 44’7)
Sand School: 40m x 19m (131’3 x 62’4)
enclosed within post and rail fencing

Water – Borehole
Electricity – Mains
Drainage – Private septic tank for the house & The Lodge and a separate septic tank for the Villa
Telephone and Broadband – BT connection with fibre to the property (FTTP)
Heating – House Oil fired central heating and woodburning stoves. The Lodge Woodburning stove
The Villa – LPG central heating
Council Tax – E currently £2,366.86

Planning Consent
Provision of two caravans for seasonal agricultural works – Cornwall Council application number PA20/08134. One of the accommodations, known known as The Villa has already been sited.

Basic Payment Scheme
There is a Basic Payment entitlement attributable to the farm. This will be transferred to the purchaser in accordance with the RPA transfer guidance following completion.

The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Local Authority
Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3AY. Tel: 0300 1234 100.

Viewing Arrangements
Strictly by arrangement with D. R. Kivell Country Property. Tel: 01822 810810.

Agent’s Notes
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all outgoings, rights of way, easements and wayleaves there may be whether mentioned in these general remarks and stipulations or particulars of sale or not. All figures, floor plans and maps are for guidance purposes only. They are prepared and issued in good faith and are intended to give a fair description of the property but do not constitute any part of any offer or contract. Any maps used on the details are to assist identification of the property only and are not an indication of the actual surroundings, which may have changed since the map was printed. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact.


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