Wheal Buller, Redruth

A desirable smallholding situated in an elevated position with far reaching countryside and coastal views, lying centrally within its own gardens and grounds extending in all to about 8.4 acres.

Trethew Farm briefly comprises a traditional 3 bedroom cottage with an adjoining 2 bedroom cottage providing versatile accommodation for either dual family or home and income occupation together with a useful outbuilding with stabling and workshop.


In an elevated position with far reaching coastline views of the North Cornish coast, Trethew Farm is situated in an accessible location some 1½ miles south of the centre of the old mining town of Redruth. Redruth offers a wide variety of retail and professional services together with senior and junior schooling, leisure and health facilities.

The popular Stithians Lake Angling and Water Sports Centre is located within 2 miles, with its excellent watersport activities including windsurfing, sailing and kayaking etc and is also popular for fly fishing, cycling, walking and bird watching. 

The scenic North Cornish coastline, with its rugged features and sandy beaches renowned for its excellent surf including Portreath, Porthtowan, and Gwithian are within easy reach. For the equestrian enthusiast, there are many rides along country lanes and a network of bridlepaths, with the added advantage of access to the Great Flat Lode and the former Redruth and Chacewater railway ideal for riding or cycling etc.

The City of Truro, the administrative centre of the county lies approximately 12 miles distant and the port of Falmouth, providing access to the sheltered sailing waters of the Carrick Roads and River Fal, lies approximately 10 distance. The West Cornwall towns of Penzance and St. Ives are both within 20 miles.


Trethew Farm comprises a three bedroom cottage with an adjoining two bedroom cottage, providing versatile accommodation suitable for either dual family accommodation or purchasers seeking a home and income opportunity. If required, the properties could be combined to form a single dwelling, or altered to suit individual needs, subject to any planning regulations.

Primarily of traditional stone construction with latter day extensions, the property maintains some characterful features, yet provides comfortable living with PVCu double glazing and oiled fired central heating. The property is accessed from the county highway over a private driveway leading to a level parking area which is surrounded by a lawned gardens and grounds extending in all to approximately 8.37 acres.

Within the land, the vendors have planted in the region of 1,000 trees along the borders, with the aid of the Woodland Trust. No grants are now applicable.