CONSTANTINE 2½ MILES * GWEEK 3 MILES * HELSTON 4 MILES * PENRYN 6 MILES
FALMOUTH 8 MILES * CITY OF TRURO 13 MILES
The property is approached over a stone surfaced lane, neighbouring the Grade II Listed Seworgan Barton Farm, on the north side of the quaint Cornish hamlet of Seworgan. The property is situated within attractive open countryside, close the neighbouring villages of Constantine and Gweek, approx. 2½ miles and 3 miles respectively. Constantine has a thriving local community with local pubs, social and sports clubs, highly regarded primary school, playing fields, Spar shop, Constantine Village and Post Office Stores and off licence, health care, hairdressers, church, and a museum at the Tolman Centre. The picturesque Creekside village of Gweek provides easy access to the sheltered and wooded creeks and inlets of the stunning Helford River providing superb sailing waters and leading out to Falmouth Bay. The ancient market town of Helston, home to RNAS Culdrose and the annual Flora Day popular for its Furry Dance through the town is within easy reach and the bustling harbour town of Falmouth is about 8 miles distant with its excellent marine facilities and sailing waters of the Carrick Roads. The University Campus at Tremough is just over 6 miles distant and the City of Truro, the administration centre for Cornwall, is approximately 10 miles away with private and state schools, college, hospitals, retail and leisure facilities, cafes, pubs and restaurants etc.
Seworgan is located within a renowned agricultural district accessed via a network of roads and country lanes, about 1 mile from the A394 Falmouth to Helston road, providing good access to the main retail and employments centre of West Cornwall.
The property comprises two residential barn conversions constructed of traditional stone with granite quoins under a slate roof. The Ponderosa is attached to Seworgan Barton Farmhouse, and Buttercup Barn is an adjoining annexe barn conversion, both converted about six years ago.
Ponderosa has been finished to a high standard and offers well laid out family accommodation with a useful separate one bedroom annexe, which could be incorporated into the main accommodation if required.
The properties are approached off a Council maintained lane leading from the centre of Seworgan which still has an original old red telephone box. To the front of the properties is a large entrance courtyard.