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EQUESTRIAN HOLDING WITH LAND - Little Halwyn is a period property that has been extensively modernised, extended and boasts six bedrooms and three bathrooms. There is scope to create an annexe within the main dwelling, externally there is a range of outbuildings offering further potential for development (subject to any necessary planning consents).
The land surrounding the property extends to 12.65 acres and includes landscaped gardens, a polytunnel, orchard, lawns and gently sloping grazing in five separate paddocks, each with a water supply.
The house stands in a sheltered south-facing position with a large conservatory to the front overlooking well-stocked, landscaped gardens and ponds with several quiet seating areas. To the rear is a terraced garden with further well-stocked beds and a seating terrace.
The residence is currently occupied as a six-bedroomed house but offers considerable flexibility for division into house/annexe format, each with its own entrance and reception room. There is lapsed planning permission (PA15/06515) for rebuilding of the sunroom at the western end of the property with a sun terrace on the roof to serve the main bedroom above.
The well-lit kitchen features a range of built-in appliances and has two utility rooms, each with outside access. Heating is provided throughout the house by individually programmable electric heaters. The property benefits from a full array of solar panels providing an approximate income of £1,600 per annum, water comes from a borehole on the property and drainage is via a septic tank, hence no water bills.
The outbuildings comprise a garage and wood store, plus an old dairy building currently used as a workshop and a separate block-built tack room. The stables are in two blocks - one of three and one of eight around a quadrangle with hay barn and covered wash-down area. The stalls measure 3.65 x 3.65m and have water supply. There is a 4.57m x 3.65m foaling stall and a separate feed store.
The riding school measure 50m x 25m and was professionally laid with extensive drainage both under and around the sand/rubber mix surface. There is a five-bay general purpose barn measuring approximately 18m x 10.97m currently used for storing hay and agricultural machinery.
The grazing and stable is currently run as DIY livery, providing a modest income.
Ample outside parking is available for horse boxes and trailers.
Situated within easy reach of Falmouth, Truro and Helston, this delightful property is located near the village of Porkellis in an area of countryside ideal for walking and riding.
Halwin is located between the villages of Porkellis and Carnkie. The towns of Helston and Falmouth are within easy access with Camborne and Truro slightly further afield. The towns offer a wide range of shopping facilities and schools. In the centre of Porkellis is a 300-year-old pub, the ‘Star Inn’, and in Carnkie, the Wendron Sports Club. Rame has a Post Office for everyday needs and Stithians Reservoir has a water sports centre and pub, ‘The Golden Lion’.
The North and South coast of Cornwall are equidistant, it being eight miles to the nearest beaches.
Featuring uPVC double glazed door and windows on three sides and with a door opening out onto the garden. Laminated flooring. Stable door to:
A truly delightful dual aspect room with double glazed windows to the front, two granite inglenook fireplaces housing wood burning stoves. Laminated flooring, beamed ceiling, radiators, stairs leading to the first floor.
A comprehensive range of base and wall units and a central island. Roll top work surfaces incorporate a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, a range cooker and hob with vented extractor hood over. Integrated dishwasher, fridge, and freezer. At each end of the kitchen doors open to a utility room.
Door to rear elevation.
uPVC double glazed window to side elevation. Wash hand basin and WC.
uPVC double glazed window to side elevation Door to rear elevation. Sink. Door to:-
A spacious one/two bedroom annexe that could offer a degree of independent living to give the feel of the occupier's own space with family close by. Comprising self-contained bedroom, living room, a shower room and kitchen area.
Two uPVC double glazed windows to front elevation.
Three uPVC double glazed windows to end elevation. Door to garden.
Corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC.
uPVC double glazed window to front elevation.
uPVC double glazed window to end elevation. uPVC double glazed window and door to front elevation.
Accessed from the end elevation with WC and wash hand basin.
Door to shelved laundry room. uPVC windows facing the front gardens, Velux windows and doors off to:-
A dual aspect room with double glazed windows to the front and side elevation.
uPVC windows to the gardens.
Double glazed windows to rear elevation. Comprising shower cubicle housing electric shower, panelled bath, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
uPVC windows to front. Radiator.
uPVC windows to front. Radiator.
uPVC windows to front. Radiator.
Fitted with a three-piece suite panel bath with electric shower over, low level WC and pedestal wash-hand basin. Radiator. Built-in shelved storage cupboard. Velux window.
A private water borehole supply (mains water supply connected if desired). Private drainage. Mains electricity connected - supported by 3.76Kw photovoltaic panels providing an approximate income of £1,600 per annum.
Surrounding the house are well-stocked, landscaped gardens and ponds with several quiet seating areas. To the rear is a terraced garden with further well-stocked beds and a seating terrace.
The land is well managed and benefits from first class stock proof fencing and gates around the whole holding. Currently all down to pasture, the land is divided into five enclosures which are on gentle south facing aspect. All enclosures have piped water supply to field troughs. In total, Little Halywn extends to about 12.65 acres.
The Council Tax band for the property is band 'E'.
At Higher Treliever roundabout, turn right onto the A394 towards Helston. Drive through Longdowns and at Rame, just after the Post Office turn right towards Carnkie. After 200 yards turn left towards Carnkie. Drive to and through the village. Continue for about a mile, passing Halwin County Primary School on the right, pass the turning to the right towards Redruth and the entrance to Little Halwyn Farm will then be seen on the right hand side after about a further 30 yards. To help with directions try What 3Words: caressing.crounch.permanent.
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