Tremore Lodge, Lanivet

Charming detached 1 bedroom Lodge House, originally built circa 1840

Ecclesiastical arch windows, two reception rooms and a large bedroom on first floor mezzanine

Large “L” shaped Garage/Workshop and off road parking

Delightful South facing terraced gardens which are a feature of the property

A positive Pre-Application has been obtained to construct a substantial extension to the property creating a 3 bedroom family dwelling, sympathetic to the historic character of the building.



Tremore is a lovely hamlet, approximately 2½ miles to the north west of Lanivet, situated in lovely rolling countryside with various traditional hamlets and picturesque valleys nearby, in particular Withielgoose, Ruthernbridge and Withiel. The property is situated on the historic Saints Way walk and the popular Camel Trail can be accessed within about 10 minutes, linking Padstow to Wadebridge and Blisland on Bodmin Moor.

The nearest local shops and services are in the historic village of Lanivet, which is the geographical centre of Cornwall and approximately equi-distant between the north and south coasts.  Lanivet has a good range of local services including primary school, Spar shop, the public house and restaurant Lanivet Inn and is ideally situated for exploring the local countryside, moors, as well as the north and south coasts.  St. Benet's Abbey, which was built in 1411, is at the half-way point of the Saints Way, a medieval route taken by pilgrims on their way from Ireland to France and which crosses from Padstow to Fowey.

Bodmin is just over 4 miles distant and has an extensive range of retail, banking, education, health and leisure facilities.  The popular former market town of Wadebridge, approx. 7 miles to the North, provides easy access to the stunning North Cornish Coast and boasts a range of boutique shops and cafes.  The City of Truro is the administration centre of Cornwall and is approx. 20 miles distant with a superb range of private and state schools, college, hospitals, banks, business and retail facilities, leisure and sports clubs etc.


The property comprises a most attractive and individual, Grade II Listed, one bedroom Lodge House, originally forming part of the Tremore Manor Estate.  This charming and unique property offers enormous potential as either an idyllic family home or profitable investment property with many character features including gothic arched timber frame windows and doors under a slate hung roof.  The current layout provides for spacious one bedroom accommodation, however the vendors have recently obtained a positive pre-application for a substantial extension to the rear and side of the property, potentially extending the accommodation into a three bedroom family dwelling. The suggested alterations would sympathetically enhance the property within its listing criteria and the local planners were open to ideas and styles including contemporary glass extensions taking advantage of the attractive rural outlook.

The property is set back from a Council maintained road over a shared access to neighbouring properties. The property is set within spacious grounds with uninterrupted far reaching views across the countryside.  From the Council maintained road, on the eastern side of the hamlet of Tremore, there is access over a splayed entrance through two granite pillar gateposts to the property which is on the left hand side.