Churchtown Farm, St. Buryan - Renovation & Redevelopment Project

At a glance...

An attractive and surprisingly spacious detached Grade II Listed 3 bedroom traditional farmhouse of character in need of modernisation and refurbishment, together with useful outbuildings with scope for conversion, subject to all necessary consents etc.

In more detail...

Large level open yard to the side and rear of the farmhouse with considerable potential. Situated within a few minutes easy walk of the village centre and only a short distance from the Parish Church. The farmhouse, yard and outbuildings have frontage to and direct easy access off the road which leads from the village to Crows an Wra.

Penberth Cove 3 miles * Porthcurno, the Minack Theatre & Lamorna Cove 4 miles Porthgwarra, Mousehole & Newlyn 4½ miles * Sennen Cove, St. Just & Penzance 5 miles * Land's End 5½ miles


The village of St. Buryan has excellent local facilities including Londis shop, Post Office/store, primary school, public house, garage, two Churches, village hall, cricket and football clubs and a popular well used community centre on the edge of the village.

The village is just a short distance from spectacular stretches of the rugged South West Coast with its sheltered coves, fine sandy beaches and stunning cliff top walks. The popular harbour town of Penzance is 5 miles away and is the principal town in Penwith with extensive facilities and amenities including good local shops, major supermarkets, hospital, schools and college, leisure and entertainment centres as well as a mainline train station with service to London Paddington and a passenger ferry service to the Isles of Scilly.


Situated just off the centre of the village, and just behind the Parish Church, Churchtown Farm comprises a detached farmhouse which is Grade II Listed having been first listed on the 15th December 1988 and is believed to be of late 18th century origins with mainly granite stone walls. Many original features remain in the farmhouse which will be of particular interest to those purchasers looking for a property of character and charm, which they can alter and improve to their own satisfaction, subject to planning permission.

The accommodation which requires refurbishment and improvement briefly comprises entrance porch and hallway, lounge, separate dining room, kitchen and large dairy, three first floor bedrooms and a bathroom/wc.

The outbuildings, which are in the main attached to the farmhouse, are ideal for conversion or could be incorporated within the main farmhouse to provide ancillary accommodation, subject to planning and consents. The open yard, with easy access from the road, is of good size and level with access to the various outbuildings.

The property reluctantly comes to the market having been in the same family ownership for over four generations.


Sale Particulars

Guide Price £295,000

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