Pyworthy, Holsworthy, Devon, EX22


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  • Bedrooms: 3
Equestrian smallholding, 3 bedroom (AOC) dwelling, manege, stocked fishing lake, woodland and pasture. Extensive range of farm buildings & stables, lakeside cabin with mezzanine sleeping area, 4.40 acres of broadleaf woodland, 48.49 acres in all. EPC Band E.


The property lies approximately 3 miles south west of Holsworthy, in a peaceful position on the Devon/Cornwall border with far reaching views to Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor. It is approximately 110 m above sea level and is in a good horse riding area. The village of Pyworthy has local facilities including a public house, MOT garage and place of worship. Nearby Holsworthy has a more extensive range of shopping, leisure and health facilities including a new livestock centre, veterinary practises, schools and a Waitrose Supermarket. Bude and the rugged North Cornish Coast lies approximately 9 miles to the west and the A30 dual-carriageway at Launceston (14 miles) links the Cathedral Cities of Truro and Exeter.


A versatile smallholding offering an affordable opportunity set within approximately 48.49 acres (19.62 hectares) in all.


The renovated farmhouse is set back from the road and approached over a 90 metre long driveway past the attractive home paddock. The floorplan clearly illustrates the accommodation but in brief it includes an open plan kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, sitting room with glazed doors opening out onto an L-shaped conservatory. There is an inner lobby and boot room, 2 ground floor bedrooms and a family bathroom. The first floor is entirely taken up with a master bedroom and en-suite bathroom/shower room with various built-in cupboards within the eaves.


On one side of the house is a large concreted parking and turning area and on the other are well established gardens, laid mainly to lawns with flower beds, borders and an ornamental pond. Opposite is an attractive orchard. The drive leads past this to the buildings and land.


Securely positioned opposite the farmhouse, comprising of over 10,000 sq ft (930 sq m) of versatile modern style farm buildings. They are currently used for accommodating cattle and horses, together with associated loose boxes, stores, workshop and implement storage. They are suitable for housing a broad range of livestock, or may suit a a number of alternative diversified uses, (STP). In the main, they are of steel frame construction, with concrete floors, concrete block and tin sheet cladding with tin sheet roofs.


The buildings are surrounded by extensive areas of concreted yards, some enclosed with penning. Just beyond the orchard is an implement store and an enclosed, all-weather wood-chip turnout area and a muck store. Nearby is a 20 m x 60 m post and rail enclosed manege.


An attractive stocked fishing lake surrounded by grass terraces overlooked by a useful cabin 2.65 m x 6.80 m with quarry tiled floor, internal timber panelling and stairs leading to a mezzanine sleeping area.


The land is either level or very gently undulating, predominantly pasture land with approximately 4.40 acres of attractive and relatively open broadleaf woodland. Two of the fields enjoy road frontage along their eastern boundary, with gateways onto the road.


Mains water, electricity, septic tank drainage, oil fired central heating, (underfloor heating in the conservatory). The land is both naturally watered and there are a number of mains fed water troughs. The buildings have electric lighting and some have mains power and mains water connected. Please note the Agents have not inspected or tested these services.


The dwelling is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition requiring the occupier to be employed in agriculture in the locality or a dependant of such a person. The yards and buildings have been granted Change of Use consent from Bovine to Equine Use . If desired the buildings offer potential for a range of diversified uses and possibly even some residential conversion under Class Q. There is also potential to broaden the occupancy restriction to include occupiers employed in an equestrian business. All of this is obviously subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. Further information on these planning matters is available upon request.


Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed Agents, Stags Launceston Office.


From the centre of Holsworthy proceed towards Launceston; turn right and proceed past the old cattle market and Waitrose. At the end of the road turn left towards North Tamerton. After approximately 2 miles take the 5th right hand turning signposted Whitstone 4 miles. Little Yeomadon Farm is the 4th entrance on the left hand side, after approximately half a mile, identified by a For Sale board.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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