Let farm providing a sound investment with potential for capital growth
Trethevan Farm is situated at the end of a long private drive and lies just outside the picturesque village of St Kew Highway. The village offers a range of local amenities including pubs, a doctors surgery, petrol station and a golf course. Further day to day amenities can be found in Wadebridge, just 3.5 miles West. The stunning North Cornish coast can be found just 5 miles North of Trethevan and is famous for its sandy beaches providing good surf and fantastic coastal walks.
Approached from a private drive, Trethevan Farmhouse is an attractive, well appointed family home constructed of traditional stone under a slate roof. The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, sitting room with open
stone and granite fireplace, dining room with fireplace, kitchen/breakfast room with natural slate floor and fireplace with slate mantle and surround, study, walk in Pantry, large utility and rear hall with back door. Upstairs there are four generously sized double bedrooms and two family bathrooms.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
There are well maintained lawned gardens to the South and East of the farmhouse bordered by traditional stone walls. Adjoining the farmhouse on the northern side is a single story traditional stone outbuilding with slate roof currently used for storage. Opposite the farmhouse is a highly attractive
single storey open fronted traditional barn under a slate roof.
An extremely productive run of approximately 143 acres of predominantly level and gently sloping grade 2 arable land. Current and previous cropping has included spring and winter barley, winter wheat, maize and brassicas. The land is ring fenced and is bordered on the southern boundary by the
River Allan, Trethevan Wood to the east and the A39 to the north. Part of the woodland is designated as a SSSI.
Trethevan Farm is let under a 1986 Agricultural Holdings Act
Tenancy which commenced on 29th September 1969. The
terms are outlined in the following:
Rent payable half yearly in arrears.
Standard reservations to the landlord, including mineral rights, timber, sporting, wayleaves and water.
Landlords repairing obligations limited to:”To execute all repairs and replacements to the undermentioned parts of
the farmhouse, cottages and farm buildings
masonary of the main walls and exterior walls of house
cottages and buildings
roofs and roof timbers
Tenant not permitted to assign, underlet or part with
possession of the farm or any part.
Current rent is £10,000 with effect from29th September
2010. A s.12 notice has just been served.
Requirement for the farm tenant or farm worker
employed on the farm to reside in the farmhouse.
Resumption clause in favour of the landlord for nonagricultural
use to resume any part or parts of the farm.
Agricultural use permitted only. Manage as a stock and
A copy of the tenancy agreement is available to
genuine prospective purchasers on their signing of a
Strictly by appointment with Savills. Prior to making an
appointment to view, we strongly recommend that you discuss
any particular points which are likely to affect your interest in the property with a member of staff who has seen the property, in order that you do not make a wasted journey.
Acreage: 143 Acres
From Wadebridge take the A39 signposted Bude. After approximately 3.5 miles you will come to the village of St Kew Highway. The entrance to the farm is to be found on the right hand side of the road opposite the fuel station.