A wonderful family home with letting cottages & campsite in West Cornwall
South Treveneague Farmhouse and Trevair Camping & Caravan Touring Park
Goldsithney, Penzance, Cornwall TR20 9BY
A charming, characterful 6 bedroom traditional stone built farmhouse with studio annexe, 2 separate letting cottages, a licensed campsite and courtyard of stone barns with conversion potential (STP),
all set in superbly maintained and landscaped grounds, extending in all to just over 4 acres.
Situated in a quiet rural location yet within easy reach of local amenities, services and the North and South Cornish Coasts with spectacular beaches, coves and clifftop walks.
PERRANUTHNOE BEACH 2.5 MILES * PRAA SANDS BEACH 4.5 MILES * GWITHIAN BEACH 8 MILES
MARAZION 2 MILES * PENZANCE 7 MILES * ST. IVES 8 MILES * HELSTON 9.5 MILES * TRURO 24 MILES
A30 @ ST. ERTH 4 MILES * ST. ERTH TRAIN STATION 4 MILES * NEWQUAY AIRPORT 35 MILES
South Treveneague Farmhouse is located in a wonderful rural position yet within easy reach of the spectacular South Cornish Coastline and the many tourist destinations of West Cornwall. Locally the village of Goldsithney provides a village store and public house whilst Marazion and St. Michael’s Mount lie approximately 2 miles distance providing good facilities for everyday requirements. The harbour town and fishing port of Penzance, the main administrative town in West Cornwall, provides an extensive range of professional services and facilities, hospital, schools, shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as links to the Isles of Scilly via the Scillonian Ferry.
Hayle, St. Ives and the surfing beaches on the north coast, are all within easy reach as well as the A30 dual carriageway, the main arterial route through Cornwall to the east and west of the County.
The property has been in the vendor’s ownership for the past 42 years and they have carefully and thoughtfully developed the property to provide the versatile and convenient live-work lifestyle that it now offers. A former St. Aubyn Estate farmstead, the property has been altered and developed to create a licensed camping and touring park with stone outbuildings converted to provide two fully equipped letting cottages together with further outbuildings around a courtyard with potential for conversion or alternative use, subject to planning permission and consent etc.
The licensed campsite, which was originally established in 1980, traded under the name of Trevair Camping and Caravan Touring Park and although it has not traded for the last three years, the grounds have been beautifully maintained ready for use at any time. There are associated camping facilities, including toilets and showering facilities, which would now benefit from some refurbishment for today’s discerning camper, alternatively new facilities could be constructed within the grounds, subject to planning, which would then facilitate alternative uses of the existing space in the courtyard.
Two traditional stone barns arranged around a concrete courtyard, perpendicular to the two holiday letting cottages, lend themselves to alternative uses, subject to planning and consent. The two storey barn has a Restrictive Covenant in favour of the previous owner, preventing conversion to either residential or holiday use. Part of this barn has been utilised as a diving air refill facility, attracting many diving clubs visiting the area, with the equipment still in situ.
South Treveneague Farmhouse is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof with fine exposed granite lintels and quoins and provides spacious family accommodation offering versatile 5 or 6 bedroom accommodation together with a self-contained studio annexe. The property benefits from an oiled fired central heating system and uPVC double glazing and enjoys attractive views over the campsite and the surrounding farmland. Adjoining the property and with an independent access is a studio annexe, ideal for use by a dependent relative, friends or family or could be incorporated into the main farmhouse accommodation if required, subject to any regulations.