The properties are approached over a stone surfaced lane, neighbouring the Grade II Listed Seworgan Barton Farm, on the north side of the quaint Cornish hamlet of Seworgan. The farm itself is situated in attractive open countryside, close to the neighbouring villages of Constantine and Gweek, approximately 2½ miles and 3 miles distant respectively.
Constantine has a thriving local community with local pubs, social and sports clubs, the highly recorded primary school, playing fields, a convenience store and village Post Office/stores, health care, hairdressers, church and a museum at the Tolman Centre.
The picturesque creek side village of Gweek provides east access to the sheltered and woodland creeks and inlets of the stunning Helford River, providing superb sailing waters which lead out to Falmouth Bay.
The ancient market town, home to RNAS Culdrose and the annual Flora Day, is within easy reach and the bustling harbour town of Falmouth is about 8 miles distance with its excellent marine facilities and sailing waters on the Carrick Road. The university campus at Tremough is just over 6 miles distant and the City of Truro, the administrative centre for Cornwall is approximately 10 miles away with private and state schools, college, hospitals, retail and leisure facilities, cafes, pubs and restaurants etc.
Offered for sale in individual lots there is a choice of properties comprising a very spacious three bedroom barn conversion with enclosed gardens in need of general refurbishment, a one bedroom barn conversion and a detached former cart house with a positive pre-app for conversion. It is possible that listed planning consent may be required for alterations and improvements, so interested parties are advised to make enquiries to Cornwall Council Planning.
A three bedroom terraced barn conversion in need of general refurbishment, featuring an enclosed garden to the rear
A terraced one bedroom single storey barn conversion with courtyard garden.
The Cart House
A traditional stone barn, approximately 20ft x 17ft, with adjoining lean-to garage approx. 20ft x 16ft, previously used as a machinery store and with the benefit of a positive pre-application for residential conversion.
Services: Mains electricity and water are connected to Ponderosa and Buttercup Barn. There is a shared private foul drainage system to a septic tank. Fibre broadband to Ponderosa. None of these services have been tested and therefore no guarantees can be given.
Council Tax Band: C EPCs: Ponderosa D – Buttercup Barn G
Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way: The sale will be subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way as may exist.
Particulars & Plan: Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of these particulars, their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Any intending purchaser/s must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of these particulars.
Viewing & Directions
Viewings: Viewings by appointment with the sole selling agents Lodge & Thomas.
Directions: The properties are approached off a Council maintained lane leading from the centre of Seworgan by the old red telephone box, proceed along the road passing other properties to a right turn, then immediately left through the stone walls of Seworgan Farm. Continue up across the yard to the left and the properties can be found on the left hand side approached off a concrete track.