This is a unique Grade II listed manor farmhouse with partially converted annexe and studio, gardens,walled garden, stable block, coach house and adjoining 5.68 acre field. The property and gardens have a neglected air but enormous scope for refurbishment to exploit the inherent genteel character.
On a quiet country lane about 1.5 miles from the village of St Keverne, Treleague Farm is thought to date back to the 16th Century. Originally the property was in monastic ownership. The property is now in need of major renovation to create a dwelling that meets modern standards.
In brief the accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room, cloakroom WC, five bedrooms, a large bathroom and a shower room. The annexe/converted barn has a kitchen, living space and bathroom. The studio is on the eastern side of the garden near the lane. Adjacent to the farm house is a traditional stable block and coach house with a walled garden behind it and access to a pasture field of approx. 5.68 acres.
Set within peaceful and private partially walled gardens there is tremendous scope to recreate a sheltered oasis. The garden is adjacent to the field.
It is believed that electricity and water is connected but it has not been checked, and private drainage is assumed to be in the grounds. We have not carried out any tests of the services and prospective purchasers will need to satisfy themselves and undertake any necessary inspections.
Council Tax is Band F.
Treleague is a hamlet on the Lizard Peninsula which is home to some superb beaches, coves and sailing waters. The coastal villages of Porthoustock and Porthkellis are about 1.5 miles away as is the village of St Keverne where you'll find pubs a shop and Post Office, church and other local amenities. The market town of Helston is about 9 miles where you'll find larger supermarkets, banks, cinema, pubs, restaurants, garages and much more. Daily flights from Nequay Airport connect to London and there are also regular flights to Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds and some european destinations. Main line trains connect from Redruth or Truro to London Paddington and the north. Private aircraft facilities can be arranged at nearby RNAS Culdrose.