A spectacularly situated 44½ acre residential farm in an idyllic rural setting with superb uninterrupted and far reaching country and coastal views taking in the Longships Lighthouse and the Isles of Scilly in the west.
Traditional stone built detached 3 bedroom farmhouse of character with 3 separate reception rooms.
Extensive range of agricultural barns and buildings with detailed planning permission approved for conversion into 3 dwellings. Approximately 44 acres of productive agricultural land which is level or gently sloping and in easily worked and conveniently shaped pasture fields.
ST. JUST TOWN CENTRE 1½ MILES * LAND’S END AIRPORT 1¾ MILES * CAPE CORNWALL & GOLF CLUB 3 MILES * SENNEN COVE & BEACH 4½ MILES * PENZANCE 6½ MILES * PORTHCURNO & MINACK THEATRE 7½ MILES * ST. IVES 15 MILES
Little Dowran Farm is only 1 ½ miles from St. Just, the most westerly town in Britain, which has excellent local facilities and services. The property is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just slightly south of an Unesco World Heritage Site which protects the 18th and 19th Century mining history and landscape of the area. The picturesque sandy beach at Sennen Cove, popular with families and surfers alike, is approximately 4 ½ miles distance. Land’s End is about 5 ½ miles away with the airport being about 2 miles away and providing regular flights to the Isles of Scilly.
The harbour town of Penzance with its excellent maritime facilities, shops, supermarkets, schools, colleges and hospital is approximately 6 ½ miles away. The town has regular passenger ferry services to the Isles of Scilly as well as a mainline railway station with services to London Paddington.
St. Just has schools for all ages, excellent local shops including bakery, butchers, supermarket, pharmacy and Post Office. Cape Cornwall, one of only two natural Capes in Britain, has a popular golf and leisure club on the coast. St. Just has an active local community with excellent sporting facilities including rugby, football and cricket clubs and sports centre with badminton courts and gym. There is a Parish Church and Methodist Chapels and a broad mix of café’s, restaurants and take-aways, art galleries and craft shops etc. Centred close to and around the “triangular” town square, there are two hotels and two public houses. All in all an extremely popular area due to the stunning rugged scenery and miles of spectacular coastline. There are excellent coastal walks close at hand with easy access via a network of footpaths, bridleways and country lanes etc. Dowran is a delightful rural hamlet of traditional properties in the far west of Cornwall in unspoilt countryside.