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3 bed detached House

Lower Barn

With 2.7 acres of landscaped gardens and land, this beautiful, highly individual barn conversion is full of character and enjoys a peaceful location well off the road in this popular, rural parish in the very north of Cornwall. EPC - C With 2.7 acres of landscaped gardens and land, this beautiful, highly individual barn conversion is full of character and enjoys a peaceful location well off the road in this popular, rural parish in the very north of Cornwall. Formerly a cowshed to the adjoining farmhouse, Lower Barn was converted with plenty of thought and to a high standard, with additional features added such as the characterful range, the superb fireplace and the design of the stunning landing to name a few. The naturally fed ponds are the focal point of the lovely landscaped gardens with stone and wooden bridges leading to different parts of the garden. There are two useful sheds with planning in place to erect an oak framed double garage, with a lane (which historically was the original route into the old hamlet of Holloborough) leading to the field. The field itself was a medieval plough and furrow paddock and could easily be fenced to enclose livestock or horses if required, although it is left open for my clients to enjoy walking their dog and, from the summerhouse, to enjoy the views over it towards the coast. LOCATION Lower Barn is located in a coastal hamlet within the parish of Morwenstow in the very north of the county. It is in an area of outstanding natural beauty with a thriving rural community, a shop, an Ofsted 'outstanding' primary school and a popular public house along with beautiful coves, rugged cliffs and wooded valleys. The hamlet of Eastcott is just off the A39, so access is good to the self-contained village of Kilkhampton which has a range of day-to-day shopping facilities, post office and regular bus routes. Bude is five miles further on with supermarkets, the local comprehensive school and two sandy beaches. The north Devon towns of Bideford and Barnstaple are within a 45 minute drive away and from there the north Devon link road leads to the M5 motorway, Bristol and beyond. Mains water and electric - private drainage via a septic tank

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed detached House

The Crescent, Widemouth Bay £550,000

Description PROPERTY DESCRIPTION A unique and detached architecturally interesting property situated on a pleasant and well presented plot in the highly sought after location of Widemouth Bay. The property is only a few hundred yards from the beach and would make a fantastic second home or main residence. The property offers the following well presented accommodation; entrance hall, living room with a bay window and multi-fuel burner, kitchen/dining room with doors opening out to a garden room, utility, ground floor bedroom and a separate shower room. On the first floor there is a split level landing with a porthole style window providing the ideal study space, a bathroom and two bedrooms, one of which is triple aspect with curved ceilings and two eyebrow windows. Outside, there are pleasant gardens to the front and rear which are laid to lawn with attractive planting, off-road parking and a garage. ENTRANCE HALL Entering via a UPVC obscure double glazed door to the entrance hall with a turning staircase ascending to the first floor with useful under stairs storage, two UPVC double glazed windows to the front and side elevations, radiator, electric radiator and telephone point. Doors serve the following rooms:- SHOWER ROOM 6' 11' x 5' 5' (2.11m x 1.65m) UPVC obscure double glazed window to the side elevation, attractive half tiling to the walls and tiled flooring. Large shower enclosure with aqua board panelling and Aqualisa shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, push button low flush WC and a chrome wall mounted heated towel rail. SITTING ROOM 15' 1' x 10' 10' (4.6m x 3.3m) A bright and spacious dual aspect room with a UPVC double glazed bay window to the front elevation overlooking the garden and further UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. Attractive tiled fireplace surround with slate hearth and inset multifuel burner, built in cupboards either side of the chimney breast and radiator. Double folding doors open into:- KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 15' 10' x 12' 11' (4.83m x 3.94m) A bright and spacious room with a UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden and surrounding countryside. The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching wall and base units with fitted worksurface over, inset stainless steel sink with side drainer and mixer tap over, attractive tiled splashback. Inset electric double oven, inset touch control hob with pull out extractor over, space for under counter fridge, wood laminate flooring and two radiators. GARDEN ROOM 8' 11' x 7' 6' (2.72m x 2.29m) UPVC double glazed windows to three elevations overlooking the garden and countryside, door leading out to the patio and tiled flooring. UTILITY ROOM 7' 10' x 7' 00' (2.39m x 2.13m) UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden and countryside. Fitted wall and base units with fitted worksurface over, inset stainless steel sink with side drainer and tiled splashback. Space and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, space for under counter freezer, wall mounted Glow Worm LPG boiler and tiled flooring. BEDROOM TWO 10' 11' x 10' 11' (3.33m x 3.33m) A bright and spacious double bedroom with UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden and countryside, built in wardrobes, television point and radiator. FIRST FLOOR An interesting split level landing with a UPVC double glazed port hole style window to the front elevation offering sea glimpses between the roof tops and a skylight window to the side, door to the airing cupboard with pressurised hot water cylinder and shelving. BEDROOM ONE 15' 1' x 14' 4' (4.6m x 4.37m) A bright and spacious triple aspect room with two UPVC double glazed eyebrow windows the front and rear elevations overlooking the garden and countryside, further UPVC double glazed window to the side, television point and radiator. BEDROOM THREE 13' 5' x 10'1 max' 8'8 min' (4.09m x 3.25m) A spacious dual aspect room with UPVC double glazed window to the side and rear elevation overlooking the garden and countryside, built in eves storage, further built in cupboard and radiator. BATHROOM 6' 4' x 4' 8' (1.93m x 1.42m) UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation, wooden panelling to the lower walls, bath with attractive tiled splashback, pedestal wash hand basin and a push button low flush WC. GARAGE 13' 2' x 9' 2' (4.01m x 2.79m) Up and over door with light and power connected and a wall mounted consumer unit. OUTSIDE To the front of the property there is off-road parking for two vehicles with path leading to the front door. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with side gated access to either side providing a useful storage area. There is a raised patio seating area, which is accessed via the garden room, with steps down to the lawned garden. The garden is enclosed to three boundaries with a raised flower bed to the rear with attractive planting, trees and three vegetable beds to one side. Further patio seating area with space for garden shed, outside electric double socket and cold water tap. COUNCIL TAX Band D SERVICES Mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage and LPG gas fired central heating. Solar thermal panels. TENURE Freehold

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

, Upton, Bude EX23 0LX

A truly magnificent opportunity to acquire one of the former coastguard cottages occupying a most superb location fronting the North Cornish coastal path within walking distance to the beaches and local amenities. Conveniently backing onto the North Cornish coast path with breathtaking far reaching sea views from the extensive back garden.   Off road parking for several vehicles. The residence boasts a wealth of character and potential for those seeking a holiday retreat whilst equally suiting as a family residence. EPC D Directions From Bude town centre, proceed out of the town along The Strand, turning right at the mini-roundabout towards Widemouth Bay. Continue along this road for approximately 1 mile, whereupon 3 Coastguard Cottages will be found within a short distance on the left hand side.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed end-terrace House

, Old Post Office Hill, Stratton, Bude EX23 9DB

An opportunity to acquire an end-terrace 3 bedroom house occupying an enviable position in the historic market town of Stratton. The property benefits from gas-fired central heating throughout and would be ideal as a fantastic family home but could equally suit a holiday home/investment property. Outside to the rear of the property there is a generous enclosed rear garden and stone outbuilding. Off road parking. EPC D Entrance Hall     Staircase leading to first floor landing. Living Room 11'11' x 11'8' (3.63m x 3.56m). Feature fireplace and window to front elevation. Dining Room 13'10' x 12'2' (4.22m x 3.7m). Ample space for dining table and chairs. Built in cupboard. Useful under stair storage cupboards with space and plumbing for washing machine. Window to rear elevation. Kitchen 8'10' x 7'11' (2.7m x 2.41m). A fitted range of base and wall mounted units with work surfaces over incorporating twin ceramic sink unit with mixer taps, recess for cooker, space and plumbing for dishwasher and space for tall fridge freezer. Dual aspect windows to side elevations. Door to enclosed rear garden. First Floor Landing     Built in airing cupboard. Bedroom 1 14'3' x 9'6' (Max) (4.34m x 2.9m (Max)). Double bedroom with window to front elevation enjoying views over Rattenbury Gardens. Bedroom 2 11'6' x 9'10' (Max) (3.5m x 3m (Max)). Double bedroom with window to rear elevation. Bedroom 3 10'10' x 6'1' (3.3m x 1.85m). Window to front elevation. Bathroom 8'7' x 7'11' (2.62m x 2.41m). Panel bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, double enclosed shower cubicle. low flush WC, vanity unit with wash hand basin, heated towel rail and window to side elevation. Outside     To the side of the property is the off road parking area with pedestrian access leading to the rear of the residence. The generous 'L' shaped gardens are principally laid to lawn with stone wall, fence and hedge boundaries. Steps lead up to a further terraced garden area with an attractive patio/gravel area well suited for al fresco dining and a useful stone outbuilding providing ample storage space. Directions Proceed out of Bude along the strand, turning left at the mini roundabout into Bencoolen road. Continue along this road up the hill and straight over the roundabout until reaching the T-junction. Turn left onto the A39 and then turn right into Stratton on the A3072. As you descend the hill you will go over a small bridge, Turn left immediately after the Kings Arms pub and the property will be located after a short distance up on the right hand side.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed Bungalow

, Poughill, Bude EX23 9HB

Occupying a pleasant location on the outskirts of this sought after North Cornish village, a deceptively spacious 3 bedroom end terrace bungalow. The property is well presented throughout offering versatile accommodation with generous gardens and off road parking. EPC Rating D. Entrance Hall     Useful built in cupboards. Door to Bedroom 2. Living Room 18'8' x 11'4' (5.7m x 3.45m). Generous reception room. Leads to: Dining Room 13'1' x 9' (4m x 2.74m). Ample space for dining table and chairs. Window to front elevation. Kitchen 9'10' x 9'5' (3m x 2.87m). A fitted range of base and wall mounted units with work surfaces over incorporating 1 1/2 stainless steel sink drainer unit with mixer taps, space for cooker with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for slimline dishwasher. Window and door to rear elevation enjoying views over the garden and distant sea views. Utility Room 9'6' (2.9m) (Max) x 7'8' (2.34m) (Max). Space for tall fridge freeze. recess and plumbing for washing machine. Sliding doors to rear elevation. Door to: WC 4'8' x 4' (1.42m x 1.22m). Vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and concealed cistern WC. Bedroom 1 13'2' x 9' (4.01m x 2.74m). Double bedroom with window to rear elevation. Bedroom 2 17'11' x 8'5' (5.46m x 2.57m). Steps lead down to a generous double bedroom with window to front elevation. Bedroom 3 9'9' x 9'8' (2.97m x 2.95m). Double bedroom with window to front elevation. Bathroom 6'5' x 5'11' (1.96m x 1.8m). Enclosed 'P' shaped panel bath with mains fed shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, heated towel rail and window to side elevation. Shower Room 5'6' x 3'1' (1.68m x 0.94m). Walk in shower with electric shower over and heated towel rail. Outside     The property is approached via an entrance driveway that provides off road parking and access to the front porch. A pedestrian side access leads to the enclosed rear gardens principally laid to lawn. A terraced patio area adjoins the property and provides an ideal spot for alfresco dining whilst enjoying distant sea views. Directions Proceed from Bude along Poughill Road and into the village of Poughill. Turn left just before the old shop signposted Northcott Mouth and follow this for a little way and you will see the turning right into Trelawney Avenue. Take this right turn and proceed up the hill and as the road levels out take the first cul-de-sac to the left where number 37 will be found immediately on your left hand side.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed semi-detached House

The Rowans

This 3 bedroom semi-detached ex-police house offers a fantastic opportunity to extend to create a much larger home, subject to planning permission, and has a generous plot with large lawn gardens, ample parking on the front drive and a paved area to the side to park a larger vehicle if required. EPC - TBC This 3 bedroom semi-detached ex-police house offers a fantastic opportunity to extend to create a much larger home, subject to planning permission, and has a generous plot with large lawn gardens, ample parking on the front drive and a paved area to the side to park a larger vehicle if required. The house has a generous plot. The south facing lawn at the back is an excellent size, with mature hedging and trees providing some seclusion, with paved patios to enjoy the sunshine. This sunny aspect makes a big difference internally with an abundance of light and warmth flooding through into Lounge/dining room and main bedroom. Offered to the market with no chain an early internal viewing is highly recommended. LOCATION Located along The Rowans, the property enjoys excellent access to both the primary and secondary schools, the cycle path, canal towpath leading to Summerleaze beach and slightly further away the bustling town centre with a range of supermarkets, local and national businesses and the main post office, with an easy stroll to the cliffs and beaches of Bude. Mains water, electric, drainage and gas

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed detached House with land

Poundstock, Bude, EX23

listed on 2021-06-12  Kivells   

For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor ... For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 | LOCATION In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and not far from the North Cornish coast, the property is conveniently located just off the A39 main road, also known as the 'Atlantic Highway'. This scenic route leads to the coastal town of Bude in the north, approximately 7 miles away which offers a variety of shops, places to eat and things to see and do, including sandy surfing beaches, rugged cliff tops and canal walking. The vast expanse of Bodmin Moor with its reservoirs, lakes and tors lies to the south. The cities of Truro and Plymouth are just over and hours drive and have main line railway stations, bus terminals and regional hospitals. There is a regional airport near Newquay which is a half hours drive and provides a quick link all over the country and abroad.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed Bungalow

Trelawney Avenue

Enjoying a lovely cul-de-sac location, with sea and countryside views, this detached bungalow has good size gardens, garage and parking and lies approximately 2 miles from Bude and its sandy beaches and town facilities and about 1.5 miles from Northcott Mouth beach and the access onto the coastal path providing amazing cliff top walks. This detached bungalow offers exceptional sea and countryside views from the living room and has room to extend (STPP). The property is set on a popular residential cul-de-sac on the outskirts of a small village with a popular village public house and only 2 miles from Bude. The property layout has been changed from a traditional 2 bedroom bungalow into a 3 bedroom property by the current owners. It could, however easily be converted back into its original layout by removing the partition that currently divides the living room. The living room to the front of the property has an enviable view over open farmland and out to sea. The kitchen/ dining room in the centre of the property and has a range of wall and base units, and a rear porch. The bathroom across the hallway has recently been refurbished with a bath and separate shower. Externally the gardens to the front offer far-reaching views to the coast and out to sea whilst the gardens at the rear are well enclosed and level, ideal for pets and children alike. The garage is adjacent to the property and has a side entrance with parking at the front for multiple vehicles. Location 4 Trelawney Avenue enjoys a very popular location along this quiet cul-de-sac in the popular village of Poughill. Poughill is a lovely characterful village with a church and well respected public house and lies within 1.5 miles of the popular beach at Northcott Mouth which has access onto the North Cornish Coastal path, and just 2 miles away from the coastal resort of Bude, with its range of facilities including a Sainsbury’s and Morrison’s supermarkets, local comprehensive school and the main post office. The cul-de-sac is on a regular bus route into the tow.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed end-terrace House

Fulmar Road £300,000

Description ENTRANCE HALL Entering via an obscure double glazed door to the entrance hall with stairs ascending to the first floor, tiled flooring, telephone point and radiator. Doors serve the following rooms:- CLOAKROOM 5' 8' x 4' 9' (1.73m x 1.45m) A modern white two piece suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin and WC with concealed cistern; all benefiting from chrome taps and fitments. Tiled flooring, cupboard housing the pressurised water cylinder and integrated washing machine. LIVING ROOM 15' 8' x 11' 1' (4.78m x 3.38m) A bright and spacious dual aspect room with UPVC double glazed walk-in bay window to the front elevation and twin UPVC double glazed windows to the side. Two radiators, television point, telephone point and satellite point. KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 15' 7' x 11' 7' (4.75m x 3.53m) A bright and spacious dual aspect room with UPVC double glazed walk-in bay window to the front elevation, UPVC double glazed window and french doors to the side elevation overlooking the garden, tiled flooring, two radiators and television point. The kitchen is fitted with a range of matching wall and base units with fitted work surface over, inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with side drainer and mixer tap over, integrated electric double oven, four ring gas hob with extractor hood over and glass splash back, integrated dishwasher and integrated fridge/freezer. FIRST FLOOR UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation and radiator. Doors serve the following rooms:- BEDROOM ONE 9' 10' x 9' 1' (3m x 2.77m) A bright and spacious double bedroom with UPVC double glazed walk-in bay window to the front elevation, built in wardrobe, radiator, television point and telephone point. Door to:- ENSUITE 6' 10' x 4' 7' (2.08m x 1.4m) UPVC obscure double glazed window to the side elevation, double shower enclosure with mains fed shower over, wall mounted wash hand basin, WC with concealed cistern, all benefiting from chrome taps and fitments. Attractive tiled splashbacking to the wet areas, tiled flooring and wall mounted heated towel rail. BEDROOM TWO 11' 00' x 8' 5' (3.35m x 2.57m) A bright and spacious dual aspect double bedroom with UPVC double glazed walk-in bay window to the front elevation and UPVC double glazed window to side, radiator, television point and telephone point. BEDROOM THREE 11' 1' x 6' 10' (3.38m x 2.08m) UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation, radiator, television point and telephone point. BATHROOM 6' 11' x 5' 6' (2.11m x 1.68m) A well-appointed bathroom with a matching contemporary white three piece suite comprising: double ended bath with central mixer tap over, wall mounted mains fed shower, wall mounted wash hand basin and WC with concealed cistern, all benefiting from chrome taps and fitments. Attractive tiled splashbacking to the wet areas, tiled flooring and wall mounted heated towel rail. GARAGE Up and over door. GARDENS To the side of the property the garden is enclosed via a brick wall and fencing with pedestrian gate to the side. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with a small patio seating area. COUNCIL TAX Band C SERVICES All mains services are connected. TENURE Freehold. Estate service charge TBC.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

Printers, Fore Street, Stratton, EX23

listed on 2021-05-25  Open House   

Beautifully presented rare gem! Which we are told it dates from the 17th Century and would probably be one of the oldest in Stratton and in its history was the old print shop hence “Printers”. Stratton is one of the ancient towns of Cornwall and features in the Domesday Book. At one time it was the centre for the area and boasted a host of businesses trades and shops, a bustling market and some fourteen pubs! Today Stratton is the much quieter neighbour to the busy seaside resort of Bude which is just a few minutes' drive away, although take a walk around Stratton and much of its history can still be seen. The current owner has lived here for some seventeen or so years. The property overall will be found in superb condition from top to bottom and has been meticulously cared for and maintained over the period of time of this ownership. The property comprises three bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, a downstairs bathroom, a lounge, a dining room and a large loft access which possibly may come for conversion at some point. There is a front door to the property off the street, but in the main the property is accessed at the side in a small, private courtyard area. The Lounge 19' 9” x 12' 7” (6.02m x 3.84m) A good sized and comfortable lounge with inglenook fireplace and a wood burning stove, a point for a TV and other points. Two windows look onto the front elevation of the property, one of which is a bay window with a window seat. There is a feature natural stone wall to one end, two pendant style lights, a very good quality fitted carpet. The Dining Room 15' 0” x 10' 11” (4.57m x 3.33m) Ample dining space for eight to ten people the dining room has a high quality fitted loop pile carpet; this carpet runs through much of the property. The walls are decorative plaster type with power sockets. There is evidence of an old fireplace or doorway which still has an exposed original wooden lintel in it and there is a further fireplace which is now a decorative feature. The room has beams, there is a window seat with the window looking onto the courtyard. The Kitchen 16' 9” x 13' 7” (5.12m x 4.14m) The kitchen has a very good quality, grey vinyl fitted floor covering, a central heating radiator and a fluorescent light. A feature of the kitchen is the wooden ceiling. There are ample wall units with both eye-level cupboards and floor cupboards and the units have a grey Formica type finish with washed ash door fronts. There are points for a washing machine and a dryer and there is a point for a cooker (not included in the sale). There is a window to the rear elevation of the property, a window to the side elevation of the property and a cupboard in what was the feature fireplace, now making a good storage point. There are ample plug sockets in the kitchen, and this is also where the Ariston boiler is. Downstairs WC and Shower Off the kitchen is a downstairs WC, with a white WC and a white wash hand basin. This room is finished in plastic wall cladding and there is also a shower, so this really is a wet room. The shower is fed from the main water system and has a thermostatic control with a stainless-steel shower head. This WC has an obscure glass UPVC double-glazed window. First Floor Master Bedroom 14' 11” x 14' 0” (4.55m x 4.27m) For a cottage style property the master bedroom is a very spacious room, beautifully presented with a quality fitted carpet. There is a skylight and a mini skylight and a centre pendant light. The room has beamed features and the original windows look out to the courtyard side of the property. Painted in white with white ceilings and it has a central heating radiator and ample power points. Landing / sitting area The landing area is a really nice area with central heating radiator, loft access, and access to the bathroom. Again we see a feature wooden wall, which is typical of the age of this property. Family Bathroom 6' 8” x 10' 3” (2.04m x 3.13m) Another good sized room the family bathroom has a window to the courtyard side of the property, there is a Mira shower from the main heating system, a white toilet with cistern, a roll-top bath with legs and then a blue feature wall. There is a Victorian-style wash hand basin with pedestal and a chess board design vinyl floor. Bedroom two 9' 4” x 11' 5” (2.86m x 3.48m) Another good-sized double bedroom which currently has a double bed, with fitted wardrobes, central heating radiator, power points, white walls and a centre pendant light. The window is to the courtyard elevation of the property and has a large window sill. Bedroom three 9' 3” x 8' 7” (2.81m x 2.62m) A single bedroom and overlooks Fore Street, again this has a centre pendant light, plenty of space for a wardrobe, the same quality fitted carpet, power points, a central heating radiator and a centre pendant light. Loft room Accessed via a small staircase and in the roof of the property, is a large loft which would possibly have some potential for a conversion or the creation of another room, subject to all the necessary planning conditions. Setting that aside this is a useful space for storage of all the things that one wants to store like boxes of clothes and suitcases and so on. Courtyard The pretty garden courtyard has a block paved pathway which leads to the entrance door. There is an area to one side that is useful for pots and plants. Gated access leads out to Fore Street. Viewing Viewing is strictly by appointment only with the sole selling agent Services Water mains Mains drainage Mains electricity Mains gas central heating Telephone is BT Connection Broadband is BT connection Tenure - The property is offered for sale freehold and with Vacant Possession on completion. Local Authority The property is sold subject to all local authority charges and is council tax band B and the local authority is Cornwall County Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2AY Telephone: 0300 1234 100 Agents Notes This is a character cottage and therefore the room dimensions are variable because the walls are irregular, we have made all efforts to keep the floor plan as accurate as possible and is offered as a guide. We understand that Printers is NOT a listed building None of the services or appliances, plumbing, heating or electrical installations have been tested by the selling agent. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact. All figures, measurements, floor plans & maps are for guidance purposes only. The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all outgoings, rights of way; easements & way leaves there may be, whether or not mentioned in these general remarks and stipulations or particulars of sale

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed semi-detached House

, Bude EX23 8SA

Situated in this most convenient location being a short walk to the town centre and local beaches is this immaculately presented 3 bedroom semi detached house, benefitting from gas fired central heating complemented double glazed windows throughout. Rear landscaped gardens and entrance driveway providing off road parking. Ideally suiting those looking for investment whilst equally suiting as a comfortable family home. EPC C. Entrance Hall WC 4'6' x 2'8' (1.37m x 0.81m). Sink, WC Window to side elevation. Living Area 13'5' x 11'1' (4.1m x 3.38m). Window to front elevation. Archway through to- Dining Area 17'7' (Max) x 11'7' (5.36m (Max) x 3.53m). Open plan Kitchen Dining Area. Ample space for dining table and chairs. Window to rear elevation. Kitchen 17'7' (5.36m) (Max) x 15'7' (4.75m) (Max). A well presented kitchen comprising a fitted range of base and wall mounted units with work surfaces over incorporating a 1 ½ sink drainer unit with mixer taps and AEG 4 ring gas hob with extractor hood over. Built in AEG double oven. Integrated AEG dishwasher. Plumbing and recess for washing machine. Space for tall fridge/freezer. Window and door to rear elevation. First Floor Landing     Built in airing cupboard. Bedroom 1 13'5' (Max) x 9'4' (4.1m (Max) x 2.84m). Built in wardrobes. Window to front elevation. Bedroom 2 11'9' (Max) x 10'8' (3.58m (Max) x 3.25m). Built in wardrobes. Window to rear elevation. Bedroom 3 7'11' x 7'10' (2.41m x 2.4m). Built in cupboard. Window to front elevation. Bathroom 6'7' x 5'6' (2m x 1.68m). A fitted bathroom suite comprising an enclosed panelled bath with mains fed shower over and rainforest style shower. Vanity unit with concealed cistern WC and wash hand basin. Window to rear elevation. Outside     The property is approached over a tarmac entrance driveway providing off road parking. The rear enclosed gardens area superbly landscaped being principally laid to lawn, with steps leading up to tucked away area with a timber garden shed and adjoining timber pergola. A gravelled area adjoins the rear of the property and provides an ideal spot for alfesco dining. The gardens are bordered by close boarded fencing providing privacy. Agents Notes     The current garage is due to be demolished and made good by the current owner, including the relocation of the gas fired central heating boiler. Directions From Bude town centre proceed out of the town towards Stratton, passing the Esso petrol station on the left hand side into Stratton Road, rising up the hill and take the right hand turning into Treleven Road opposite the secondary school. Continue towards the end of the road and take the left hand turn continuing into Trevelen Road, then take the second turning on the left and follow to the top of the road whereupon the property will be found on the left hand side.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

Pear Tree, Kennacott Court Cottages, Kennacott Court, Box’s Shop, Bude EX23 0ND

listed on 2020-07-28  Ivy Gate   

Property Description Pear Tree Cottage is one of three properties being sold in a tucked away location within the popular holiday complex, Kennacott Court, near Widemouth Bay and is an ideal residential or holiday home property. Pear Tree Cottage enjoys a southerly aspect with good views over the gardens to the countryside beyond. The accommodation comprises an entrance porch, an open plan kitchen/living/dining room, an additional conservatory, main double bedroom has a four poster bed with en-suite shower room/WC, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom with WC. Heating is provided by oil. The cottage is available with no onward chain and will have private off road parking. From Bude proceed along the A39 to Boxes Shop and turn right sign-posted Widemouth Bay. Take the first entrance on the right hand side clearly marked Kennacott Court, follow the lane and bear to the right and carry straight on where the parking bay for the property will be found in front of you. Similar Properties £255,000

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

Atlantic Grove lodges, Atlantic Farm

listed on 2020-11-10  Harvey Longsons   

Property Summary Lissett Alaska 45’x 22’ This inviting home is inspired by a love of the great outdoors and the thrill of exploration, perfectly blending traditional and modern, natural textures and the highest-quality fittings and furniture. All you need to add is good food and drink, and great company. A selection of stunning holiday lodges, on the North Cornish coast, just a mile or so from a handful of beautiful sandy surfing beaches and rugged coastline. Enjoying an elevated position in Cornish farmland with far reaching views, Atlantic Grove makes for a quiet and peaceful retreat, close to the sea, with five beaches just a few minutes or more by car. Each lodge is built to the highest quality sitting amongst the lush and landscaped lawns, each with its individual decked area, and parking space.  Perfect as an escape from daily life! The site is set in a beautiful part of Cornwall, where a short drive leads you to either the sandy Atlantic coast or the Cornish and Devonshire countryside, with numerous places of interest including Padstow and the Eden Project an hour away. Units start from 245,000 Atlantic Grove is an idyllic place for a holiday less than a mile from Bude and its beaches and famous tidal pool. Our lodges have a 365 day holiday licence so you can enjoy it at all times of the year.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed detached House with land

Poundstock, Bude, EX23

listed on 2021-06-12  Kivells   

For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor ... For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 | IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 |

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3 bed detached House with land

Poundstock, Bude, EX23

listed on 2021-06-12  Kivells   

For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor ... For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 | LOCATION In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and not far from the North Cornish coast, the property is conveniently located just off the A39 main road, also known as the 'Atlantic Highway'. This scenic route leads to the coastal town of Bude in the north, approximately 7 miles away which offers a variety of shops, places to eat and things to see and do, including sandy surfing beaches, rugged cliff tops and canal walking. The vast expanse of Bodmin Moor with its reservoirs, lakes and tors lies to the south. The cities of Truro and Plymouth are just over and hours drive and have main line railway stations, bus terminals and regional hospitals. There is a regional airport near Newquay which is a half hours drive and provides a quick link all over the country and abroad.

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3 bed detached House with land

Poundstock, Bude, EX23

listed on 2021-06-13  Kivells   

For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor ... For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 | IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 |

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

Pemberton Glendale

Own a slice of the splendid Cornish coast by purchasing a luxury holiday home at Pentire. Located near the charming seaside resort of Bude and with a choice of stunning beaches, this park has a stunning collection of five-star static caravans, lodges and holiday homes for sale in Cornwall. Pemberton Glendale The modern and luxurious Pemberton Glendale 2018 offers a 5-Star experience as soon as you walk through the door. Oozing style and elegance, the interior is furnished to perfection featuring a large seated area with fire for those cosy winter nights in, and patio doors for those long summer days. Boasting 3 impressive bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, the Pemberton Glendale is perfect for a week away with family and friends. Dine in style with a large dining area and breakfast bar for those chilled out mornings, and with another set of patio doors in the dining area, you really do get the most out of those warm summer nights. The Pemberton Glendale makes the perfect home away from home whilst giving you that 5-Star experience you need on a break away. Own a slice of the splendid Cornish coast by purchasing a luxury holiday home at Pentire. Located near the charming seaside resort of Bude and with a choice of stunning beaches, this park has a stunning collection of five-star static caravans, lodges and holiday homes for sale in Cornwall. With idyllic scenery, cosy Cornish pubs, and dog-friendly beaches, Pentire is a walker’s paradise - quite different from any ordinary holiday home ownership experience. Browse the collection of luxury holiday homes, lodges and static caravans for sale at this immaculate Cornwall park. Take the plunge into a world of excitement, fun and adventure with a combination of land and water-based activities all year round, ensuring your family are active, happy and entertained throughout your stay at Park Leisure holiday homes. Whether you like to spend the day walking and taking in the breath taking views that Cornwall and Devon have to offer or you enjoy being a bit more active and spending quality family time together, there’s so much to do that every holiday will be different.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed detached House

The Manor, Penstowe Holiday Park, Kilkhampton, Bude, EX23

listed on 2021-03-02  Kivells   

Detached 2 bedroom holiday lodge Modernised throughout by the current owners Communal car parking nearby Subject to holiday occupancy restriction Comprehensive range of on-site amenities Superb uninterrupted rural and countryside views Income potential through holiday letting Energy efficiency rating - F Having been completely modernised by the current owners, 27 The Manor is a well-presented, detached holiday lodge occupying a convenient position with uninterrupted rural views. Accommodation comprises 2 double bedrooms, light and airy reception room, recently upgraded kitchen and bathroom with shower. Perfect holiday home or investment opportunity. THE SITE Penstowe Park Holiday Village is set in nearly 30 acres of parkland with the dramatic north Cornish Coast close by and miles of rolling countryside. The park offers superb facilities for all ages including heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, squash and badminton courts, gymnasium, restaurants and bars. ACCOMMODATION LIVING ROOM Light and airy reception room with uPVC double glazed door and picture window to the front enjoying uninterrupted views across the surrounding countryside. Television aerial point.    DINING AREA Laminate wood flooring and ample space for family dining table and chairs. Two large storage cupboards giving access to the electrical consumer unit and meter. KITCHEN AREA Completely renewed in January 2020 with new uni ... Having been completely modernised by the current owners, 27 The Manor is a well-presented, detached holiday lodge occupying a convenient position with uninterrupted rural views. Accommodation comprises 2 double bedrooms, light and airy reception room, recently upgraded kitchen and bathroom with shower. Perfect holiday home or investment opportunity. THE SITE Penstowe Park Holiday Village is set in nearly 30 acres of parkland with the dramatic north Cornish Coast close by and miles of rolling countryside. The park offers superb facilities for all ages including heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, squash and badminton courts, gymnasium, restaurants and bars. ACCOMMODATION LIVING ROOM Light and airy reception room with uPVC double glazed door and picture window to the front enjoying uninterrupted views across the surrounding countryside. Television aerial point.    DINING AREA Laminate wood flooring and ample space for family dining table and chairs. Two large storage cupboards giving access to the electrical consumer unit and meter. KITCHEN AREA Completely renewed in January 2020 with new units, worktops and appliances, the kitchen comprises a range of floor units with square edge work surface incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Integrated appliances including halogen hob, electric oven, dishwasher and washing machine and under-counter fridge. uPVC double glazed window to the rear.    BEDROOM ONE Large double bedroom with uPVC double glazed window to the front with stunning countryside views. Laminate flooring, range of bedroom furniture and fitted cupboard with hanging rail. Wall mounted electric heater.    BEDROOM TWO Further double bedroom, currently arranged with double bed and bunkbeds. uPVC double glazed window to the rear, laminate flooring, fitted cupboard with hanging rail and wall mounted electric heater.    BATHROOM Upgraded in November 2019, with a new white suite of low level W.C, vanity wash hand basin with storage beneath and panel bath with electric 'Triton' shower over and tiled splash backs. Wall mounted convection heater, heated towel rail, loft access hatch and two obscured uPVC double glazed windows to the rear.    PARKING Car parking is situated close-by in The Manor car park.    OUTSIDE To the front of the lodge is a recently renewed patio enclosed by a timber picket fence. The front enjoys sunshine throughout the day with stunning views across the surrounding farmland and valley. SERVICES    Electricity via pre-paid meter. Mains metered water and drainage. COUNCIL TAX BAND    The property has been registered for small business rates and currently receives 100% relief. ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING   F TENURE The property is sold with the remainder of a 90 year lease which commenced in 1978.    SERVICE CHARGES & SITE FEES Ground rent approximately    £1880pa Service charge approximately £791.    AGENT NOTES All site fees, tenure information and occupancy details should be confirmed by your legal advisor. Sold fully furnished. DIRECTIONS From Bude town centre proceed out of the town towards Stratton and upon reaching the A39 turn left sign posted Bideford. Continue along this road for approximately 4 ½ miles and just before entering the village of Kilkhampton, the entrance to Penstowe Park will be found on the left hand side.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed detached House with land

Poundstock, Bude, EX23

listed on 2021-06-12  Kivells   

For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor ... For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 | LOCATION In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and not far from the North Cornish coast, the property is conveniently located just off the A39 main road, also known as the 'Atlantic Highway'. This scenic route leads to the coastal town of Bude in the north, approximately 7 miles away which offers a variety of shops, places to eat and things to see and do, including sandy surfing beaches, rugged cliff tops and canal walking. The vast expanse of Bodmin Moor with its reservoirs, lakes and tors lies to the south. The cities of Truro and Plymouth are just over and hours drive and have main line railway stations, bus terminals and regional hospitals. There is a regional airport near Newquay which is a half hours drive and provides a quick link all over the country and abroad.

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3 bed detached House with land

Poundstock, Bude, EX23

listed on 2021-06-12  Kivells   

For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor ... For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 | IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 |

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed detached House with land

Poundstock, Bude, EX23

listed on 2021-06-12  Kivells   

For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor ... For Sale by Public Auction, 4th August 2021 at 7pm To be held at The Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon. A seven lot auction offering three bedroom detached house, barns, sheds, a former farmhouse (derelict) and various sized parcels of arable and pasture land, in a favoured North Cornish coast setting' Lot 1 | Period three bed farmhouse, small range of agricultural buildings and pasture land, in all some 14.36 acres - Guide £325,000 Lot 2 | Useful range of farm buildings, including a former farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of pasture - Guide £225,000 Lot 3 | Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Lot 4 | Approximately 23.50 acres of pasture land and two redundant stone barns - Guide £175,000 Lot 5 | Single arable field of approximately 7.84 acres - Guide £60,000 Lot 6 | Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000 Lot 7 | Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 IMPORTANT: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes and are approximate. If floor plans are included, they are for guidance only and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property. INTRODUCTION Kivells proudly launch Highway Farm, on behalf of the Estate of the Late Edgar Heal. This favoured North Coast farming district, providing both sea views interspersed with sheltered meadows, has fantastic access. The late Mr Heal was a loyal and longstanding Kivells client, farming in a very traditional manner, and leaving a blank canvas in the form of his 3 bedroom house, and range of barns (in Lot 2 and Lot 4). With the farmstead offering potential for farming, smallholding, equestrian uses and longer term planning opportunities (subject to obtaining the necessary consents), and the mixture of land offering grazing, cutting, cropping and equestrian/amenity uses, this 7 lot auction provides ample opportunities for a wide breath of different buyers. Looking to the rear page of the brochure, it is possible to see where certain lots adjoin one another in order to create a larger property, by purchasing multiple lots. Our thanks go to the Executors to the late Mr Heal, for what is sure to be a popular auction. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Date of Auction: Highway Farm will be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY 4TH AUGUST 2021 at 7pm at Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon, PL16 0DE. NOTE: Buyers are advised to attend the auction by 6.30pm to register. In order to register please bring photographic ID and up to date proof of address. Internet bidding facilities are also available. For further information please visit . Buyers Auction Fees: All successful buyers at Kivells property auctions should note that on the exchange of contracts a buyer's administration fee of £750.00 plus VAT (Total: £900.00 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells. The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees. Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties.   On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price will fall due as a deposit being exchange of contracts. Conditions of Sale: These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors, on line and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested buyers will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale. Vendors Solicitors: Laura Martin, Macmillans Solicitors, Wadebridge. Phone 01208 812415 or email . Tenure: The farm is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Services: Please refer to auction pack. Our understanding is - Lot 1: Mains water, mains electricity and private drainage, Lot 2: Well water, Lot 3: Natural water (stream), Lot 4: Mains water, Lot 5: No water, Lot 6: No water. Lot 7: No water. Basic Payment Scheme (BPS): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows Kivells as selling agents shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property. There shall be no apportionment of the money claimed during any scheme year between the parties. Stewardship Agreements: None. Farm & Location Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The Property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property. Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. Photographs: April 2021 Energy Performance Certificates: Energy Efficiency Rating G 1. Local Authorities: Cornwall Council, Truro Council Tax Band: Band D. LOT 1 | Coloured pink on the plan Period three bedroom detached farmhouse in need of modernisation with a small range of useful farm buildings and some 14.36 acres in all. Guide £325,000. THE FARMHOUSE Set back from the road, there is an ample parking and turning area to the front of the property which also leads to; Front entrance door to Front Hall with stairs rising to first floor and doors to Sitting Room: Open fireplace with tiled surround. Dining Room: Oil fired 'Rayburn Royal' set in chimney breast with built in cupboard housing hot water tank to one side. Under stairs cupboard. Kitchen: Fitted with a small range of kitchen units with worktops over and sink and drainer with tiled splash backs. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Pantry: Original slate shelving. Rear Porch: Door to rear garden. First Floor Landing: Loft hatch. Bedroom: Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bathroom: Large shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and WC. Built in cupboard. Bedroom: Cast iron fireplace. Built in cupboard with hanging rail. Bedroom Outside There are lawned gardens to the rear of the farmhouse which are enclosed within natural hedge banks. A greenhouse can also be found here. Adjoining the farmhouse is Workshop: Cob and block construction under a slate roof. Sliding garage door to front, pedestrian door to rear. Car Port: Open fronted, concrete block walls under a corrugated sheet roof. To the side of here are an oil and diesel tank. LOT 1 | Continued Farm Buildings A small range of farm buildings are conveniently located a short distance from the house and can be accessed from the parking and turning area. There is a further independent entrance with direct access on to the main road to the east of the buildings. Shippon and Covered Yard: 39'4' x 32'10' (12m x 10m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Former shippon, calves house and tank room with covered yard area. Suitable for stabling etc. Loose House: 62'4' x 29'6' with 9'10' overhang (19m x 9m x 3m) Open fronted steel frame with part concrete block elevations with corrugated sheet cladding and roof. Feed barriers to front concrete feed aprons Former Silage Clamp: Sleeper walls and concrete floor, providing a useful hard standing. The Land Extending in all to some 14.36 acres (5.81 ha), the land with Lot 1 sits to the north west of the farmstead and is all in permanent pasture. Divided in to three pretty meadows, which are very gently sloping and have natural hedge bank boundaries. Access to the land is from the yard and adjoining road. Mains water is connected. LOT 2 | Coloured green on the plan Useful range of modern and traditional farm buildings, including a derelict farmhouse, yards and some 25.47 acres of land. Guide £225,000. The Buildings With direct access from the main road onto a concrete yard the buildings comprise; Tank Room: Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof. Adjacent Diesel Tank Traditional Barn: 35' x 14'6' (10.67m x 4.42m) Stone elevations under a slate roof. Divided in to two small loose houses. 'Urry' Covered Yard and Silage Clamp: 61' x 51' (18.6m x 15.54m) Steel portal frame with concrete sleeper walls and slatted timber over under a corrugated sheet roof. 'Atcost' Loose House: 61' x 29'6' (18.6m x 9m) Concrete portal frame with block and Corrugated sheet elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Implement Shed: 40'3' x 24'5' internal (12.27m x 7.44m) Timber pole and corrugated sheet cladding. External loafing yard to rear and gated access to land. Dutch Barn: 41' x 44'7' (12.5m x 13.6m) Steel frame with CGI roof. Adjoining lean-to General Purpose Shed: 20' x 16' (6.1m x 4.88m) Open fronted with concrete block elevations under a corrugated sheet roof. Corn House and adjoining former Farmhouse: 58' x 16' (17.68m x 4.88m) Two storey, cob, stone and block construction under a corrugated sheet roof. Shippon: 58' x 19' (17.68m x 5.8m) Concrete block under a corrugated sheet roof.    The Land Extending to some 25.47 acres (10.31 ha) in all, the land with Lot 2 comprises an excellent run of permanent pasture land which generally level and is divided into useful sized enclosures. There are fenced natural hedge bank boundaries and access is from the yard and buildings, plus the adjoining main and parish roads. We understand lot 2 is serviced by water pumped from a well. LOT 3 | Coloured yellow on the plan Single field amounting to 8.86 acres - Guide £50,000 Located to the east of the main holding and the A39 main road, Lot 3 adjoins the parish road and comprises some 8.86 acres (3.58 ha) of pasture land which is divided in to two enclosures. The land is gently sloping and benefits from a natural water supply on the eastern boundary. LOT 4 | Coloured lilac on the plan Some 23.50 acres of pasture land and redundant stone barn - Guide £175,000. Adjoining Lot 1, this block of ground benefits from direct access off the adjoining main road. Extending to approximately 23.50 acres (9.50 ha), this block of ground benefits from two traditional farm buildings, which may have some development potential subject to planning. Cart Linhay: 30' x 20' (9.14m x 6.1m) Open fronted with stone walling and a corrugated sheet roof. The Old Coach House: 45'6' x 16' (13.87m x 4.88m) Cob, stone and brick construction under a slate roof, including a loft area. LOT 5 | Coloured purple on the plan A single arable field of approx. 7.84 acres (3.17 hectares) - Guide £60,000. Free draining and with road frontage, this fields has been used for growing Winter Barley in 2021. It has a granite roller gatepost off the A39 main road. LOT 6 | Coloured gold on the plan Approximately 28.04 acres of pasture land - Guide £180,000. A block of pasture land which slopes down to a wooded valley and has good main road frontage. There is a right of way via a track over this lot in favour of a third party, to access land beyond. LOT 7 | Coloured red on the plan Single enclosure totaling 7.56 acres - Guide £45,000 Located in a quiet rural location away from the main farmstead and near the pretty hamlet of Tregole. Benefitting from a small handling pen, this pasture field could be suitable for amenity, livestock rearing or equestrian purposes. cation purposes only VIEWINGS All interested parties must contact Kivells to register their interest - 01409 259547 | LOCATION In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and not far from the North Cornish coast, the property is conveniently located just off the A39 main road, also known as the 'Atlantic Highway'. This scenic route leads to the coastal town of Bude in the north, approximately 7 miles away which offers a variety of shops, places to eat and things to see and do, including sandy surfing beaches, rugged cliff tops and canal walking. The vast expanse of Bodmin Moor with its reservoirs, lakes and tors lies to the south. The cities of Truro and Plymouth are just over and hours drive and have main line railway stations, bus terminals and regional hospitals. There is a regional airport near Newquay which is a half hours drive and provides a quick link all over the country and abroad.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

Hedley Wood, Devon

listed on 2021-02-04  Harvey Longsons   

Property Summary The pre - loved 3 Bedroom  2018 Willerby Mistral is a greatvalue for money holiday home in the Willerby range of products. It has everything you need for that weekend away. Large 5ft king size bed, beautiful fresh colour schemes and ample storage, the Mistral is the perfect family holiday home away from home. Double glazzing Gas central heating open planned living area 3 Bedrooms private parking great sublet caravan free 2021 site fees 1 years free insurance Make: Willerby Model: Mistral Beds: 3 Sleeps: 8 Year: 2018 Length: 35ft Width: 12 All quoted prices include transport, siting and connection costs and pitch fees for the current year. This is a holiday home for sale and holiday homes do not normally qualify for a mortgage. Other finance options may be available. For further information please contact Harvey Longsons. This Holiday Home cannot be used as a permanent residence

Primary schools


  • Sanders Lane, Holsworthy, EX22 6HD
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

Secondary schools


  • Victoria Hill, Holsworthy, EX22 6JD
  • Secondary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

3 bed House

P

Own a slice of the splendid Cornish coast by purchasing a luxury holiday home at Pentire. Located near the charming seaside resort of Bude and with a choice of stunning beaches, this park has a stunning collection of five-star static caravans, lodges and holiday homes for sale in Cornwall. Pentire Holiday Homes for sale Own a slice of the splendid Cornish coast by purchasing a luxury holiday home at Pentire. Located near the charming seaside resort of Bude and with a choice of stunning beaches, this park has a stunning collection of five-star static caravans, lodges and holiday homes for sale in Cornwall. With idyllic scenery, cosy Cornish pubs, and dog-friendly beaches, Pentire is a walker’s paradise - quite different from any ordinary holiday home ownership experience. Browse the collection of luxury holiday homes, lodges and static caravans for sale at this immaculate Cornwall park. Take the plunge into a world of excitement, fun and adventure with a combination of land and water-based activities all year round, ensuring your family are active, happy and entertained throughout your stay at Park Leisure holiday homes. Whether you like to spend the day walking and taking in the breath taking views that Cornwall and Devon have to offer or you enjoy being a bit more active and spending quality family time together, there’s so much to do that every holiday will be different.

Primary schools


  • Broadclose, Bude, EX23 8DR
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • New Road, Bude, EX23 9AP
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Broadclose Hill, Bude, EX23 8EA
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • 40 Ocean View Road, Bude, EX23 8NJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

  • Helebridge Road, Bude, EX23 0HY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection