Trewinnick Farm, nr Padstow

Genuine retirement sale of 221 acre (89 ½ ha) stock and / or arable farm




 A rare opportunity to acquire an immaculately maintained, sizeable and productive stock and/or arable farm close to the North Cornish Coast at Padstow, offered for sale on the open market for the first time ever.

  • Grade II Listed 4 bedroom traditional farmhouse
  • Attached Grade II Listed 4-5 bedroom cottage requiring complete refurbishment, subject to planning
  • Attractive detached 3 bedroom bungalow with separate gated drive and gardens
  • An extensive range of modern livestock, machinery and corn storage sheds together with 4 traditional stone barns with potential for conversion
  • Over 205 acres (83 hectares) of level productive Grade III agricultural land together with amenity woodland with conservation / sporting appeal
  • Situated within easy reach of Trenance, Porthcothan, Constantine Bay, Harlyn Bay and Padstow, all on the North Cornish Coast


Porthcothan Bay 4 Miles * Padstow 5 Miles * Wadebridge 10 Miles * Newquay Airport 11 Miles

City Of Truro 22 Miles * Exeter & M5 80 Miles


Trewinnick Farm is situated in an enviable location in attractive countryside, approximately 5 miles to the south of the popular harbour town of Padstow, well known for its cafes, restaurants and shops etc. The stunning Porthcothan Bay is 4 miles to the west with its sheltered sandy beach together with spectacular stretches of National Trust headlands and coastline providing superb rugged cliff top walks including the legendary Bedruthan Steps.

Locally, the former MOD village of St. Eval provides a Post Office and stores whilst the larger towns of Padstow and Wadebridge boast a wide variety of national and boutique shops, supermarkets, professional services, health, leisure and educational services etc. Trevose Golf and Country Club is about 4½ miles distant, Retallack Resort and Spa is also about 4½ miles away complete with fishing lakes and Camel Creek Adventure Park is about 3 miles away. The 18 mile long former railway line known as the Camel Trail runs between Padstow, Wadebridge, Bodmin and Wenfordbridge near Blisland on Bodmin Moor and is popular with walkers and cyclists.

The City of Truro is about 22 miles away and is the administration centre of Cornwall with private and state schools, college, hospitals and provides an extensive array of business, retail, leisure and entertainment facilities.


Trewinnick Farmhouse

The Grade II Listed period farmhouse is positioned centrally within the farmstead, built circa mid 17th Century with 18th and 19th Century additions, and is of traditional stone construction with exposed granite quoins and red brick lintels. The property is approached from the front over a slate path leading to a lovely granite pillar and arched granite entranceway.

The character accommodation briefly comprises entrance hall leading to two reception rooms with windows to the front, kitchen and breakfast room with oil fired Rayburn and slate flag floor, rear porch to garden, inner hallway with dairy with slate flag floor and shelving and second staircase. At first floor level there are four bedrooms with a family bathroom and storage room.

Trewinnick Farm Cottage

Adjoining the farmhouse is a cottage built in 1827 as prescribed on the granite tabard above the front entrance door. The cottage also has cut stone elevations and red brick lintels under a Delabole slate roof. The cottage is in a state of disrepair and requires complete refurbishment and restoration, subject to any necessary planning consents and permissions etc.

Trewinnick Farm Cottage is possibly the original dwellinghouse, and although now in a state of disrepair, maintains a wealth of character features and when refurbished would provide a four or five bedroom family residence with two or three reception rooms and kitchen and breakfast room.

The cottage would be suitable for additional family living accommodation, for holiday letting or amalgamated with the farmhouse to provide one large family house, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents etc.


On the northern edge of the farmstead is an attractive detached bungalow with separate private double gated access off the road. The bungalow is positioned to the rear of the farm buildings and was built circa 1967 of “Woolaway” construction.

The bungalow is in good decorative order and is currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy.

The accommodation briefly comprises entrance porch and hallway, living room, kitchen, conservatory/dining room, three bedrooms, family bathroom. There is an attached Car Port with storage above and private gardens with garden shed and rear terraced garden with attractive views over the land.

Office/Store with timber decked area to front.  To the front of the bungalow is a level lawn garden area.


An extensive range of traditional and modern farm buildings are set around the farmhouse and cottage with concrete and hard surfaced yards, the farmstead having good access directly from the Council maintained road to which the land has long frontage.