Bedrooms 6
Bath/Shower rooms 4
Receptions 3

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Cury, Helston

PRICE GUIDE £1,165,000.00

Seller Insight

"The space, views and peacefulness Colvennor Farmhouse provides are second to none, set in a quiet location 150 metres from the nearest highway."

"It was the garden and views which first attracted us to this Grade II listed farmhouse," say the current owners, "and with its spacious interior layout, we could see the potential to create a comfortable home here. The original farmhouse was built in the 17th century, with later additions, and sits within a farmyard of three other owner-occupied properties converted from the original farm buildings in the 1990s."

"When we moved in, in August 2010", the owners continue, "the property was being run as a 6-guest B&B, and we continued with this until the end of 2016, when the 'guest wing' was converted to self-catering holiday accommodation. This involved the conversion of a downstairs bedroom with its en suite facilities to a kitchen-diner and utility room, and an upgrade of the electrics and fire alarm system. Other improvements include a new roof and two rebuilt chimney stacks, and the modernisation of the kitchen, main bathroom and two guest wing en suite bathrooms. New woodburning stoves have been installed in both the Drawing Room and Guest Sitting Room. With picturesque views and direct access to the garden, the Drawing Room is our favourite room in the house. In hot summer weather, the thick walls ensure it is cool, while in the winter, the efficient wood-burning stove in the inglenook ensures it is warm and cosy."

Outside, the two-acre grounds and surrounding farmland provide a beautiful complementto the house itself. "We have a large rear garden full of mature shrubs and flower beds," say the owners, "with sea views of Mounts Bay in the direction of Gunwalloe. The adjoining stable yard has a tack room, three loose boxes and a foaling box, and at the back of the rear garden is a paddock, so this is the perfect property for those with an equestrian interest. In 2012, our daughter was married at the Church of St Winwalloe, Gunwalloe (the Church on the Beach), and the reception was held in the garden with a marquee to seat 150 guests along with a catering tent. The paddock was used for parking and guest toilets."

The local area has much to offer, too. "Cury is a landlocked rural parish in the delightful Lizard Peninsula," say the owners, "an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a popular destination for holidaymakers because of its stunning scenery, beautiful beaches and fishing coves. The Parish has a church, a primary school with excellent facilities, and a Thai restaurant/take-way. Mullion, the largest village in the Lizard Peninsula, is 10 minutes away by car and has an excellent Secondary School, GP Surgery, Pharmacy, Co-Op with Post Office Counter, two pubs and several other shops. Helston, 10 minutes away by car, has three supermarkets, two banks, several filling stations and a large range of other shops and facilities. The city of Truro is 45 minutes away by car, and the nearest beach, Poldhu Cove, just 5 minutes away with a large car park, summer life-guard service and award-winning cafe. Mullion Golf Course, one of the most beautiful golf courses in England, is only 5 minutes away, too."

This handsome Grade II listed property with its dressed serpentine and granite facade could suit either those discerning purchasers who wish to own a superb fine family home in a lovely setting or to continue, in the same way as the current vendors, and commercially let part of the property for up to five guests in self catering holiday accommodation. Further details of the letting accommodation can be viewed by visiting the owners website at www.colvennorfarmhouse.com with super drone footage included.

A real feature of this fine property are its fabulous grounds and gardens, including a superb mature formal garden planted with an array of specimen plants, trees and shrubs from where fantastic views can be enjoyed over rolling countryside to the South and West and onwards to the sea over Mounts Bay.

Colvennor Farmhouse has another facet sure to find favour with those who have equestrian interests as there is a stable block with connected services and an adjacent paddock making this a rare and wonderful opportunity to acquire a home of distinction.

All in all a fantastic Cornish lifestyle property, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty in a fabulous setting enjoying a superb rural and distant marine outlook.

The extensive and versatile accommodation in brief provides, on the ground floor, in its current configuration:

Holiday letting accommodation:
Entrance hallway with lounge with local stone fireplace, kitchen/diner, utility area with door opening out onto the fabulous gardens. To the first floor there are three bedrooms, two of which are en suite and a family bathroom.

Owners accommodation:
Fabulous lounge /drawing room with beamed ceiling and an impressive fireplace, dining room, beautifully appointed fitted kitchen/breakfast room and generous utility room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, one of which the owner uses as their home office, a linen room and bathroom. All of which is warmed by a mixture of LPG central heating and electrical heating.

All of which is warmed by a mixture of L.P.G central heating and electrical heating.

The property is located on the fringes of the highly regarded rural village of Cury, situated on the fantastic Lizard Peninsula which has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, some five miles south west of the bustling market town of Helston.

The Lizard Peninsula is a special place with miles of rolling countryside peppered with quaint coves, sandy beaches and the dramatic South West coastal footpath. The peninsula is home to some of the finest sailing waters in the United Kingdom with the majestic Helford River and Falmouth Bay beyond. The village of Cury itself has a primary school and the ancient parish church of St. Corentin. The popular village of Mullion is a short drive away with secondary schooling being available, a fabulous sandy beach at Poldhu and an 18 hole links golf course.

The town of Helston is a short drive away and has more extensive amenities including national stores, leisure centre with indoor pool, cinema, comprehensive school with sixth form college and a university campus at the port town of Falmouth is also within easy reach.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES (MEASUREMENTS APPROX)
LETTING ACCOMMODATION
One enters the property down a slate path and through a part glazed doorway leading to

ENTRANCE HALLWAY
This hallway provides access to the owners dining room when the residence is used as a single dwelling. There is a turning staircase rising to the first floor and a door to

SITTING ROOM
4.4 x 4.2 (14'5" x 13'9")
An impressive room with beamed ceiling and a local stone fireplace as its focal point set on a slate effect tiled hearth with wood burner. There is a window to the front aspect enjoying a view over the front garden and an under stairs storage cupboard. With door to

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
4.4 x 3.3 (14'5" x 10'9")
With an attractive cream shaker style fitted kitchen that has a butchers' block wood effect worktop with tiled splash back and wood upstands incorporating a ceramic hob and sink drainer with mixer tap over. There are a mixture of base and drawer units under with wall units over, built in electric oven, space for dishwasher, pantry style storage cupboard, beamed ceiling, dado rail, tiling to the floor and a window to the rear aspect enjoying a lovely view out onto the garden. With door to -

UTILITY AREA
Having plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge/freezer, tile effect flooring and half glazed door leading out onto the side aspect and garden.

From the entrance hallway a turning staircase rises to the first floor with a door at its half landing with steps down to

BATHROOM
A suite comprising a freestanding bath, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled w.c., obscured sash window to the rear aspect, storage cupboard, electric heated towel rail, down flow heater, wood paneling to the dado level, vinyl tile effect flooring and wood paneling to the ceiling.

From the top landing there are doors to

BEDROOM ONE
3.40m x 2.79m (11'2" x 9'2")
Having a sash window to the front aspect and door to

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
With tiled walk in shower cubicle with electric shower over and glazed door. There is a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back with mirror and light over, close coupled w.c., electric towel rail, tiled effect flooring and part tiling to the walls.

BEDROOM TWO
3.3 x 3.2 (10'9" x 10'5")
With a sash window to the rear aspect with a superb view over the garden onwards to open farmland with the sea over Mounts Bay and Church Cove in the distance. There is a feature fireplace with mantel over and door to

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
With tiled walk in shower cubicle with electric shower over and glazed door. There is a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, mirror and light over, close coupled w.c., electric towel rail, tiled effect flooring and part tiling to the walls.

BEDROOM THREE
3.3 x 2.7 (10'9" x 8'10")
Having a sash window to the front aspect and wood paneling to the ceiling.

OWNERS ACCOMMODATION
LOUNGE/DRAWING ROOM
5 x 4.2 (16'4" x 13'9" )
A superb room full of character having beamed ceiling and an impressive two metre fireplace with slate hearth and granite lintel, raised wood burner with log store under and the remains of the old bread oven to the side. There are two sash windows to the rear aspect overlooking the garden and a door out onto the patio seating area with garden beyond. On one wall there is wood paneling and a storage cupboard. With door to -

DINING ROOM
4.04m x 3.96m (13'3" x 13')
With sash window to the front aspect and door to the letting accommodation (with facility to lock when lettings are taking place). Door to

INNER HALLWAY
With tiling to the floor and door to

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
4.5 x 4.3 (14'9" x 14'1" )
With a white shaker style fitted kitchen comprising granite effect worktops that incorporate a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink drainer with mixer tap over. There are a mixture of base and drawers unit under with wall cupboards over, all of which have attractive tiled splashbacks. Built under stainless steel oven, an impressive royal blue LPG fired Rayburn supplying a mixture of heating and hot water with a chimney style hood over. The room has slate tile effect vinyl flooring, two sash windows to the front aspect over the garden and spaces are provided for both a fridge and dishwasher.

UTILITY ROOM
4.3 x 4.3 (14'1" x 14'1" )
A fabulous useful space with worktops with cupboards over and incorporating a stainless steel sink drainer and spaces are provided for a washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher. The room has a beamed ceiling, tiling to the floor, a large storage cupboard, stable door to the front aspect to the yard and parking, window to the front and rear aspect with door out onto the rear garden.

From the inner hallway stairs rise to the first floor with window at the half landing with views out over the garden. Landing and ledged and planked door to

BEDROOM ONE
4.2 x 3.3 (13'9" x 10'9" )
With window to the rear aspect overlooking the garden, canopied ceiling, built in wardrobe and ledged and planked door to

BEDROOM TWO/DRESSING ROOM
4 x 3.2 (13'1" x 10'5" )
Having a sash window to the front aspect with further door back to the landing (which the current owner currently locks while lets are taking place).

LINEN ROOM
3.28m x 2.62m (10'9" x 8'7")
With hot water cylinder, shelving and window to front aspect.

BEDROOM THREE/STUDY/FORMER GRANARY
4.3 x 2.4 plus entrance area (14'1" x 7'10" plus
With part exposed stone wall, a dual aspect room with windows to both the front and side aspect with door to former granary steps.

BATHROOM
Comprising of a suite with panel bath with tiled splash back and electric shower over, wash handbasin set into a vanity unit with glass shelf, mirror and light over. There is a close coupled w.c., ladder style drying radiator, tiled effect flooring and part tiling to the walls.

The fabulous grounds, in total approximately two acres, provide gardens, stabling and a paddock. A real feature of this fabulous property.

PARKING AREA
To the front of the property is a yard area with extensive parking for a number of vehicles with further parking to the side of this for a further two vehicles together with a useful workshop and further shed.

GARDENS
The front garden is beautifully landscaped with slate paths and beds housing many mature plants, trees and shrubs. There is gated access down the side of the property leading to the

REAR GARDEN
A superb, mature, plantsman garden with views over rolling countryside to both the south and west with distant sea views over Mounts Bay, Church Cove and onwards towards Mousehole in the distance. There is extensive lawned areas with beds housing an array of mature plants, trees and shrubs. Close to the property there is a gorgeous patio seating area.

STABLE AREA
A gated yard leads to wooden stabling with a number of stalls with power, light and water. Further gate to

PADDOCK
A nice level paddock of approximately one and a quarter acres, again enjoying the fabulous views.

SERVICES
Mains electricity and water. Bulk LPG and private drainage.

DISCLAIMER

IMPORTANT AGENTS NOTES: Christophers Estate Agents for themselves and the vendors or lessors of this property confirm that these particulars are set out as a general guide only and do not form part of any offer or contract. Fixtures, fittings, appliances and services have not been tested by ourselves and no person in the employment of Christophers Estate Agents has any authority to give or make representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. All descriptions, dimensions, distances and orientation are approximate. They are not suitable for purposes that require precise measurement. Nothing in these particulars shall be taken as implying that any necessary building regulations, planning or other consents have been obtained. Where it is stated in the details that the property may be suitable for another use it must be assumed that this use would require planning consent. The photographs show only certain parts and aspects of the property which may have changed since they were taken. It should not be assumed that the property remains exactly the same. Intending purchasers should satisfy themselves by personal inspection or otherwise of the correctness of each of the statements which are given in good faith but are not to be relied upon as statements of fact. If double glazing is mentioned in these details purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the amount of double glazed units in the property. The property location picture is supplied by a third party and we would respectfully point out that although they are regularly updated the area surrounding the property or the property itself may have changed since the picture was taken.

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