10 acre smallholding and business

  • Ref: 11035534
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
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Property Features

  • Well tended 10 acre site
  • 4 - 5 bedroom fully renovated and extended farm house
  • Two cottages (3 bed and a 2 bed)
  • Each property has a double garage
  • 18 x 8 metre workshop
  • 37 x 33 metre barn
  • 6x high quality Glamping Pods
  • Fantastic countryside views
  • Lots of expansion potential

Property Summary

Exciting opportunity to own a 10 acre Cornish smallholding and glamping business with a 4-5 bedroom fully renovated and extended farm house with double garage, two rentable cottages (both with double garages) enormous workshop, huge barn, six high quality glamping pods and acres of fields and garden. Fantastic countryside views and ten minutes from the North Coast.

Full Details

The property is in an unopposed rural situation approached from the highway over its own private driveway of some 600 yards. The small town of Camelford on the A39 Atlantic Highway is two miles and here amenities provided include scholastic facilities to A-level standard, doctors and veterinary surgery, shops, indoor sports hall and about two miles south of the town is the renowned Bowood Golf and Country Club. Positioned on the North Cornish coastal hinterland, beauty spots such as Boscastle, Trebarwith Strand and Port Isaac are easily accessed. The picturesque fishing harbour at Boscastle is only three and a half miles. Access onto the A39 is two miles and this road connects the family resort of Bude in the north to Wadebridge on the Camel estuary to the south.

An extremely well cared for 10 acre site comprising of a 4-5 bedroom renovated farmhouse, 3 bed and a 2 bed semi detached cottages, all with newly built double garages. The main house has a very large workshop with water, electric, and toilet facilities. Further on is a 37m long barn (at present used for caravan storage). Further on again is a ‘glamping’ site with 6 glamping cabins arranged on a 1 and a half acre field.

The Main Farmhouse
The house is approached from the B3266 and onto a private lane. Drive some 600 yards past the glamping site and barns. The lane bends to the left and leads to the newly built double garages which have electric roller doors and measure 6.4m x 6.5m. Or.. Continue on the lane and park in front of the house which has parking for many vehicles and also offers access to the drive-in workshop.

Entrance to the house is through a uPVC glazed door into the kitchen;

Kitchen 14' 6'' x 12' 5'' (4.41m x 3.78m)
A stunning modern kitchen with tiled underfloor heating (as is the whole ground floor). A wide range of wall and base units in a very appealing pastel sage shade. Incorporated is a composite one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap. A free standing gas fired range cooker with 5 burners and a hotplate, and a stainless steel extractor hood above. Built-in fridge and microwave with room for a dishwasher. There is a walk-in pantry measuring 4.74m x 1.8m with room for a fridge freezer, shelving etc. A further high quality oak, glazed panel door leads out to the hallway.

The same tiled floor and underfloor heating continues from the kitchen. Doors connect to the kitchen and utility room and an opening leads through to the dining room.

Utility room 7' 1'' x 12' 4'' (2.15m x 3.77m)
Tiled floor with underfloor heating. Single bowl sink unit with mixer tap sitting in a roll top working surface with cupboards and storage below. A uPVC glazed door and window are to the side aspect with countryside views. Plumbing and venting for washing machine and dryer. There is a further door to the downstairs WC;

Downstairs WC 7' 1'' x 6' 0'' (2.15m x 1.82m)
Sink on vanity unit with storage under. Low level WC. Extractor fan. Under floor heating.

Dining Room 15' 9'' x 13' 7'' (4.79m x 4.15m)
Tiled under floor heating. Large picture window to the rear aspect overlooking the back garden (field). Open to hallway and further opening to a smaller hallway with stairs to the upper floor and door to the office/ 5th bedroom and door to the lounge.

Office/5th Bedroom 11' 8'' x 9' 5'' (3.55m x 2.86m)
Used at the moment as the office, this room could just as easily be a double bedroom. There is a window to the front aspect and has laminate flooring.

Lounge 23' 7'' x 12' 0'' (7.18m x 3.65m)
A light, bright, attractive room with light grey tiled flooring with under floor heating. Windows to the front, side, and rear aspects. A log burner on a slate plinth is to the rear corner.

Top Landing
A light and bright area with a window to the front aspect, giving access to bedrooms and bathroom. Airing cupboard with additional radiator.

Bedroom 1 12' 4'' x 14' 7'' (3.77m x 4.44m)
Window to the front aspect with views over countryside. Door leads to the large en-suite bathroom. Central heating radiator.

En-suite 5' 5'' x 11' 4'' (1.66m x 3.46m)
Window to the front aspect. Bath with wooden side panel, large modern sink on a vanity unit with storage cupboards below. Low level WC with enclosed cistern. Double walk-in shower with full height glass splash screen. Heated towel rail, extractor fan. Tiled walls and floor.

Bedroom 2 11' 7'' x 12' 10'' (3.52m x 3.91m)
Window to the rear aspect with countryside views. Central heating radiator.

Bedroom 3 11' 7'' x 12' 10'' (3.52m x 3.91m)
Window to the side aspect with countryside views. Central heating radiator.

Bedroom 4 9' 11'' x 11' 9'' (3.01m x 3.58m)
Window to the side aspect with countryside views. Central heating radiator.

Shower Room 5' 9'' x 7' 7'' (1.75m x 2.31m)
Window to the side aspect. Modern tiling to walls and floor. Corner shower unit with sliding door. Modern sink on vanity unit with storage. Low level WC.

Double garage 21' 0'' x 21' 0'' (6.4m x 6.4m)
Newly built wooden garage with electric roller doors. Wood door to the rear.

Workshop 59' 6'' x 27' 4'' (18.14m x 8.33m)
Very large drive in workshop with electric roller door. Concrete floor throughout. Enough room for almost any conceivable usage. This is where the new Biomass boiler is located and also the water filtration system. The workshop also has its own water, drainage and electricity.

Stable Cottage/Barn Cottage
Semi-detached cottages comprising a 2 bed cottage and a 3 bed cottage, both with en-suite shower rooms and separate bathrooms. Converted from original farm buildings and constructed from stone with slate tiled roof. Both cottages have newly built double garages across a large courtyard with parking for many vehicles. Both cottages have been tenanted long term, providing extra income for the owners.

Storage Barns 121' 5'' x 101' 8'' (37m x 31m)
Huge facility with metal roof, corrugated skylights, iron supports, and earthen base. At present used to store caravans, vehicle, and the site’ heavy machinery. The building opens out to a concrete apron.

The Glamping Field
A beautifully manicured one and a half acre field with six self contained Glamping cabins each with en-suite and gravelled parking bay. These cabins have been extremely popular year on year and accounts will be available to serious buyers. Each cabin benefits from exceptional countryside views with plenty of space between each unit.

To the front of the house is another large (approx. 2 acres) paddock which stretches down to a broadleaf wooded area running adjacent to the river Camel. This paddock has exceptional views over open countryside. This would make an ideal extension to the glamping field.

Additional information
The whole site’ water comes from a borehole and filtered through the UV plant in the workshop, however, the whole site can be switched to mains water at any time as the infrastructure is all in place.

The main house also benefits from a 4kw solar panel array which is owned outright by the property. Adding the benefit of having the heating come from the Biomass boiler, this it a very economical house to run indeed.