St Petroc Farm, Trebetherick, SOLD

Price on request
Listing ID: ID-194
October 16, 2020


Unique opportunity to purchase a historic site in the heart of Trebetherick. The plot offers great potential for development or the renovation of the existing old buildings.

Unique opportunity to purchase a historic site in the heart of Trebetherick with the original farm buildings dating back to 1285. Trebetherick (translated from Cornish) – “St Petroc’s Estate Farm final remaining original building of 1284/5”.
The plot offers great potential for development or the renovation of the existing old buildings, including an original Longhouse and Stable buildings, subject to formal planning consent.History of this site is available by request.
The area is approximately half an acre with the eastern part of the Barn being two storey and the Western part single storey. At present there is a residential caravan situated adjacent to the barns which has the benefit of mains water and electricity connections. All of the barns are original and were constructed of stone.
There are two entrances one from the main Polzeath to Trebetherick road and from the junction into the original Greenaway Road leading to the St Moritz Hotel.

St Petroc is located in the most popular village of Trebetherick, on the north coast of Cornwall, just a short walk to the beach of Daymer Bay which is situated on the east side of the Camel estuary approximately six miles north of Wadebridge and half a mile south of Polzeath. Daymer Bay is a beautiful beach that at low tide forms long stretches of golden sand backed by dunes with views across the estuary. Home to the St Enodoc championship links Golf Course home also to the quaint St Enodoc church which stands enigmatically amongst the sand dunes, the final resting place of poet laureate, Sir John Betjaman.

Polzeath is within walking distance of St Petroc and is a very sought after coastal village with an attractive beach which is excellent for surfing and has three surfing schools and is watched over by lifeguards in the summer. There are many restaurants and cafes and good shopping facilities including a grocery store.

The harbour town of Padstow can be accessed via a regular passenger ferry at Rock. The estuary town of Wadebridge is 6 miles away sitting astride the River Camel which offers very good amenities together with primary and secondary schools, a cinema, a great variety of shops, sports and social clubs and access to the popular Camel Cycle Trail. Mainline rail services are available at Bodmin Parkway connecting with London Paddington whilst Newquay Airport provides a number of scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations. Access to the A30 can be gained at Bodmin linking the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter.

SERVICES: Mains water, electricity and private drainage

VIEWINGS: By strict appointment through Estuary Estates:
Trebetherick House, Trebetherick, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 6SB

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Agents Note: We have not tested any of the electrical, central heating or sanitary ware appliances. Purchasers should make their own investigation as to the workings of the relevant items. All room measurements and mileages quoted in these sales particulars are approximate.
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