A very conveniently located 13 acre smallholding situated on the outskirts of Truro, less than 1 mile from the main A30, comprising a private holding with excellent range of outbuildings, workshops, garaging and polytunnels together with a charming detached 3 bedroom cottage style farmhouse.
The property is contained within a ring fence and the land is all down to pasture, level or gently sloping with a southerly aspect.
Allet is a small hamlet situated on the B3284 between the village of Shortlanesend and Chybucca on the A30, Cornwall's arterial trunk road, providing easy access to the east and west of the County. Allet is home to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust with its 5 acre nature reserve and there is a public car park providing access to Idless woods ideal for walking etc. Shortlanesend has local facilities including Post Office and general store, pub and school. The City of Truro, the administration centre for Cornwall, is less than 3 miles distant providing excellent shopping and retail services, business, health, leisure and entertainment facilities, college, private and state schools.
Little Halgarras is set well back from the road over a private drive in a sheltered sunny position with attractive rural outlook over surrounding countryside. The property is contained within a ring fence and provides an ideal opportunity to acquire a convenient size holding suitable for a variety of hobbies and interests including livestock or equestrian use, horticultural or market gardening, fruit orchards/vineyard, rare breeds and pets etc. The property is very well presented and in pristine order with the buildings in good repair and the land in good heart. The proximity to both Truro and the A30 creates a very rare opportunity to acquire such an idyllic and versatile lifestyle property with the potential for a commercial element.
The property has a direct private access drive off the B3284 and is set about 200 yards back from the road with a large concrete surfaced parking and turning area. The farmhouse and outbuildings surround the yard creating a compact and efficient farmstead. The buildings are immaculately presented and in good repair and order.
The traditional stone built slate roofed farmhouse has accommodation briefly comprising snug lounge, living and dining room with kitchen to the rear, utility room. At first floor level there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Attached to the farmhouse is a two storey traditional stone built barn offering additional space and potential for further accommodation, subject to planning permission.
There is a lawned garden to the front of the farmhouse with flower borders. Opposite the farmhouse on the other side of the yard are the various outbuildings including two large greenhouses, garage and workshop, large Atcost agricultural building ideal for machinery storage, fodder etc, three small piggeries/kennels, feed store, pig rearing unit, three large polytunnels.