A historic nine-bedroom granite manor house near the north Cornwall coast comes with extensive traditional buildings, a pair of agriculturally tied cottages and modern livestock buildings.
Hamatethy, near St Breward, is being sold through Chesterton Humberts which is looking for offers higher than £4m. The farm has almost 220ha (543 acres) of mainly pastureland but includes 72 acres of woodland, double and single bank fishing on the River Camel and commoner’s rights to the adjoining St Breward Common.
All of the land is registered for Single Farm Payment and the Entry Level Scheme which runs until 31 August 2015. (Chesterton Humberts 01823 331 234)