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For sale on behalf of the Administrators of Trefresa Farm Ltd.
An extremely rare and exciting opportunity to secure an exceptionally private and well-located farm complex set in 114 acres and situated in a secret spot in the heart of Rock with footpath access down to Porthilly beach.
With planning secured for the conversion, restoration, and re-development of several existing barns into dwellings, with associated landscaping and parking, including the demolition of some barns, the construction of a residents swimming pool, and alterations and extensions to existing farmhouses.
With scope for further diversification and amendments to the plan (subject to the necessary planning permissions) Trefresa Farm would lend itself to a variety of uses.
National Grid Reference SW94802 75672
Planning Reference PA18/07351
Planning consent was granted on 19th December 2018, under ref. PA18/07351, for the conversion of barns to dwellings, associated landscaping and parking, demolition of barns, construction of swimming pool, and alterations and extension to farmhouses. The scheme provides for 9 new dwellings in addition to the modification and refurbishment of 2 existing farmhouses. In addition, the consent allows for the construction of a shared indoor swimming pool (for residents use only) in replacement of one of the existing cattle sheds. Further, the demolition of a centrally located Hay Barn is permitted, which will enable the creation of a shared open space for residents. Full planning details can be viewed by accessing the planning portal at Cornwall Council and searching for application ref. PA18/07351.
In addition, there is a ‘live’ planning application currently lodged with the local authority, under ref. PA20/10040. This application is for a significant leisure scheme to include the retention and refurbishment of the two existing dwellings, conversion of existing farm buildings into a boutique hotel, creation of new restaurant, outdoor cinema, spa and function space, erection of 9 woodland huts and 13 lodges, creation of a new micro gin distillery, the demolition of two derelict barns with limited aesthetic and amenity value, significant landscaping works and improvements to the existing vehicular access. Full planning details can be viewed by accessing the planning portal at Cornwall Council and searching for application PA20/10040.
PLANNING REF. PA18/07351
Briefly the proposed will provide the following accommodation:
• Little Trefresa will comprise of a two storey six-bedroom dwelling.
• The original ‘Listed’ Farmhouse will comprise of a two storey five-bedroom dwelling
• Close to the ‘Listed’ Farmhouse is a stone ruin. This is to be converted into a single storey two-bedroom house.
• The large stone barn will be converted and extended into two dwellings, both of which will be semi-detached; one of the new homes will have five bedrooms whilst the other will be a single storey two -bedroom dwelling.
• The small stone barn (1) will be converted into a two storey one bedroom house.
• The large cattle shed will be converted into two dwellings. There will be a two storey six-bedroom house, and the other will have four bedrooms.
• The small stone barn (2) will be converted into a two storey one bedroom house.
• The large stone barn will be converted and extended into two dwellings; both will be semi-detached; one of the new homes will have five bedrooms whilst the other will be a single storey two-bedroom dwelling.
Trefresa Farm is located on the edge of the village of Rock, which is a sought-after destination on the North Cornwall coast, renowned for its outdoor leisure facilities including sailing, canoeing, water skiing, gig rowing, windsurfing, golf, and scenic coastal walks. The area also boasts a choice of fine beaches and good, year-round shopping facilities.
Locally, there are a wealth of excellent restaurants and pubs including The St Enodoc Hotel and The Mariners Pub in Rock, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac, Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth’s No. 6 in Padstow. The ferry and water taxi make travelling to Padstow both enjoyable and easy. The market town of Wadebridge, with an excellent range of independent shops, is approximately five miles distant. Rail and air connections are at Bodmin Parkway approximately 12 miles, and Newquay airport approximately 18 miles distant.
Main’s water and electricity, private drainage.
TENURE - FREEHOLD
Tenancies – Land on an annual grazing license
This property is being marketed for sale on behalf of Joint Administrators and therefore no warranties, representations or guarantees in any respect can be given including in relation to vacant possession, or any information or matters referred to in these particulars. The property will be sold with no title or guarantee and no covenants for title. The Joint Administrators are acting as agents of the Vendor and without personal liability.
Viewing strictly by prior appointment with the joint agents:
John Bray and Partners LLP
0121 703 3538