Trewinnick Farm

5 bedroom property for sale in Tintagel, North Cornwall, North Cornwall

Asking price
£925,000 Under offer

At a glance

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • EPC Grade: F
  • Postcode: PL34 0HL

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Property Particulars

Trewinnick Farm, set within over 40 acres of its own land, sits in an elevated position with views of The Rocky Valley and Atlantic sea beyond. Properties of this type, on such an idyllic and unspoilt stretch of coastline, rarely become available. This once in a lifetime opportunity presents the chance to acquire a versatile former farmstead including farmhouse, annex and range of agricultural buildings. Access by footpath to Tintagel, St Nectans Glen and onto the South West Coastal Footpath, make Trewinnick Farm a truly exclusive situation.

Tintagel, located within 2 miles of the property and rumoured birth place of King Arthur, is set high on the rugged north Cornwall Coastline. Steeped in mystery and myths, the area has long inspired many an artist and writer throughout history. Set within an area of outstanding natural beauty, the local area offers historical landmarks, including the National Trusts Old Post Office and Tintagel Castle, scenic walks and a range of places to eat and drink.

Local amenities including pharmacy, infant and primary schools, small grocery store, restaurants and public houses can all be found in the village. For a wider variety of services, the market towns of Camelford and Wadebridge are a short car journey away.

A few miles further down the coast lies the Camel Estuary with Rock and Padstow sitting proudly on either side of the river. Both locations offer a wide variety of bars, cafes and highly sought-after restaurants including Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s Number 6. Golfers are spoilt for choice; Bowood Park is located just 6 miles from the property whilst The Point and St Enodoc Golf Club can be reached in 30 minutes by car.

Wadebridge is just 15 miles away and is a popular, vibrant and busy town, recently voted one of the top places to live in the UK by The Sunday Times. The town has much to offer including a wide range of quality independent shops and retailers, pubs, and restaurants.

Trewinnick Farmhouse is a modern, well-proportioned home with extensive country and sea views. The living areas including an open plan dining/kitchen space, sizable sitting room with log burning fire and considerable study. The house is serviced by 5 generously sized bedrooms and 2 family bathrooms. Towards the rear of the property is a partially completed indoor swimming pool, which would make a wonderful addition to this country retreat. Established gardens with extensive lawned areas frame the landscape and create the perfect space to drink in those picturesque views.

Trewinnick Lodge provides flexible, additional accommodation at the farmstead and is currently marketed as a successful holiday rental. The Lodge has recently undergone renovation and has been executed to a high standard throughout. The living space comprises an extensive open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room, while patio doors extend out onto a seating area complete with log fired hot tub – a perfect spot to idle away a summers evening. Accommodation at the property includes 3 double bedrooms, 1 being en suite and a further family bathroom.

Three sizable, modern farm buildings, which are currently used for extra storage, could provide an exciting development opportunity subject to the necessary planning permission. In excess of 40 acres of land, that experience both wooded country views and rugged coastal scenes, make this property both private and idyllic.

An imposing driveway, that provides access for only one other property, meanders through woodland to create an impressive entrance to this former farmstead. Sweeping seascapes and rugged farmland create a dramatic approach.

Private water and drainage. Mains electric. LPG gas central heating. EPC F.

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