Skewes Farm was a working dairy farm until 2019, the farm having been in the family for a number of generations and which is now being sold for genuine retirement reasons. The property lends itself to a variety of uses, either to continue as a working dairy or livestock farm, potential equestrian holding or possible redevelopment to alternative uses aimed towards tourism, development or other commercial ventures subject to appropriate planning permissions etc.
With 16th Century origins, is positioned off the minor Council lane and comprises an ‘L’ shape traditional Cornish farmhouse of stone and granite elevations with exposed granite lintels and quoins under a fibre cement slate roof.
The accommodation has the benefit of oil fired central heating and partial PVCu double glazing. With a southerly aspect, the property retains a wealth of character features and has previously been used for bed and breakfast. The property offers five bedroom accommodation and now requires a degree of refurbishment. To the front lies a small garden area leading around to the side lawn garden.
Caravan Club campsite with five pitches, of which two are hardstanding with five electric hookups. Direct access from the highway and enclosed by mature tree hedges and boundaries. Shower and WC facilities and two water standpipes, chemical waste soakaway. Wifi. Extending to approximately 1¼ acres. Static Caravan ‘The Robins’ currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy.
Divided into four parcels (excluding the campsite) comprising level to sloping pasture land with a stream boundary. The land can be accessed from the farmyard and is located below the house within a ringfence. In all approximately 9.93 acres.