Tremeadow, Lamorna - Country Bungalow with 2 acres

At a glance...

A well situated detached 3 bedroom bungalow set in about 2 acres of gardens and grounds in a desirable location to the east of the picturesque village of Lamorna.

In more detail...

The grounds comprise lawned areas with an orchard, various outbuildings and a static caravan.

Agricultural Occupancy Condition applies.

Lamorna Cove 1 mile * St. Buryan 2½ miles * Newlyn 3 miles * Porthcurno 6 miles * Penzance 5 miles * Sennen Cove 6 miles * Truro 32 miles


Tremeadow is situated on the north eastern approach to Lamorna, accessed off the B3315 road over a private drive. The property is well located for easy access to stunning stretches of coastline and beaches inc. Lamorna, Penberth, Porthcurno, Porthgwarra and around to Land's End and Sennen Cove. The Minack Theatre at Porthcurno is a stunningly positioned, unique cliff side open air theatre with year round attractions and shows popular with tourists.

Lamorna is a very picturesque sheltered valley leading down to the beautiful Lamorna Cove being approximately 1 mile away with the National Trust owned harbour and the popular Lamorna Wink public inn together with a range of services and facilities on the quayside. There are various artist shops and studios in the area.

Further facilities are available at St. Buryan inc. a village shop, pub, Post Office etc and at the thriving harbour town of Newlyn with pubs and restaurants, Post Office, shops, fish mongers etc. The famous Newlyn Fish Festival is held on August Bank Holiday and is one of the largest fish and food festivals in the country attracting thousands of visitors each year. The larger fishing port and harbour town of Penzance is about 5 miles distant providing a range of services and amenities inc. hospital, supermarkets, schools, mainline railway line to London Paddington and ferry service to the Isles of Scilly.


Tremeadow comprises a detached late 1970's stone faced bungalow with attached garage and spacious accommodation which would benefit from some modernisation and improvement. The property is situated in the valley bottom and benefits from a delightful large garden with a level driveway.

There is a static caravan and a former vegetable garden situated beyond the dwelling. Part of the land is sloping with a range of fruit and specimen trees planted. Overall the grounds are a most attractive feature of the property creating a delightful wildlife area in a peaceful and tranquil location. The grounds would be ideal for hobby farming, pets, poultry, market gardening etc. The main drive leads to the bungalow and parking area and a right fork off this drive onto a lane leads past the dwelling and gardens to a useful storage shed towards to the rear of the property.

The bungalow was built in 1979 of concrete block construction which is stone faced to the front and pebble dashed to the side and rear with a concrete tiled roof. The property was built subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition which means that the occupier of the dwelling must be employed or last employed in the agricultural industry, or be a widow/widower or dependent of that person, in the locality. This includes horticulture, market gardening, forestry etc.

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Guide Price £250,000

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