Stunning Roseland setting goes on the market for £5.5 million
A STUNNING part of the Roseland Peninsula, equipped with five bedroom picturesque farmhouse, three bedroom annex and 58 acres of coastal land, has gone up for sale – but it will set you back a handsome £5.5 million.
Penhallow, an extensive and productive commercial and residential farm of about 570 acres, has come to the market through Savills.
The mainly arable farm has a handsome five bedroom farmhouse with three bedroom adjoining annexe at its centre, providing opportunities to accommodate relatives or staff or a letting opportunity for those seeking additional revenue streams.
Of the 570 acres, 58 acres are coastal land which is rented from the National Trust under a secure tenancy, which is transferable to a buyer.
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Also included in the sale is Martha’s cottage, a detached, three bedroom, Grade II listed thatched property, which lies in the small hamlet of Treworlas and backs onto the Penhallow land.
Penny Dart head of Savills South West rural agency said: “Penhallow Farm is situated in a spectacular rural location on the favoured Roseland Peninsula. Few places in Cornwall can compare with the Roseland. It is one of the most scenic and unspoilt parts of the British Isles yet it is within easy reach of city of Truro - in all a great place to live.
“Penhallow offers a fantastic farming opportunity combined with potential for additional income streams from letting the existing and proposed dwellings.
“The land, which stretches inland from the coast to the Fal Estruary, is interspersed with some areas of mature and recently planted woodland which add to the amenity and conservation appeal. The woodland together with the general topography lends itself to the creation of a family shootBoth red and fallow deer are occasionally seen on the farm and frontage to the River Fal provides ample opportunity to fish.’
“The extensive run of land is predominantly level and gently sloping arable, well accessed by minor council roads and divided into good sized, workable enclosures. The land is classified mainly as grades 2 and 3 and the soils are in the most part well drained and fine loamy. Currently the arable land is cropped on a block rotational basis with combinable crops. However in the past it has supported vegetable and bulb production.
“This is a significant farm in the region and one which will undoubtedly attract interest.”