Helland Barton Farm is an historic property which has been on this site since the 14th century in some form or another. The current farmhouse was built in 1840 and has been converted into a spacious family property with a large open-plan living space on the upper floor, which incorporates a hand-built farmhouse kitchen with doors out to the south-facing terrace. The principal bedroom suite is also located on the upper floor, while other bedrooms are on all the ground floor.
Accommodation in total comprises: five/six bedrooms, five bath/shower rooms, open-plan kitchen/living room and two further reception rooms, and the study/bedroom six.
The three high-quality holiday cottages have been converted from stone barns and are located around the pretty former farmyard; each cottage has its own outdoor area. The land comes to over 11 acres of landscaped gardens and pasture.
Helland Barton Farm lies to the south of Delabole in the parish of St Teath, and the pretty fishing village of Port Isaac is five miles to the south, while Wadebridge is less than ten miles to the south west. The dramatic north Cornish coast is within easy reach, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the cliffs of Port Isaac Bay.
The guide price is £1.25m. For further information please contact Savills on 01872 243 200 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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