At the end of a half-mile long beaten track near St Breward, a quintessential detached Grade II Listed 17th Century moorland farmhouse with converted lettings barn and further outbuildings in the most magical of settings as if lifted straight from the pages of Winston Graham’s ‘Poldark’ novels.
It is a case of pipedream truly becoming reality: the closest neighbour almost half a mile away, this south-east facing ancient former farmstead of mellow stone and Delabole slate commands blissful, mesmerising panoramic views over miles of undulating moorland and Tors as far as the eye can see. Designated An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the scenery is utterly breathtaking and unspoilt. Furthermore West Candra is an easy drive from the prized North Cornwall coastal villages and surfing beaches such as Trebarwith Strand, Port Isaac, Polzeath, Daymer Bay and Rock.
To be sold for the first time in 12 years, West Candra represents one of those extraordinary chances which arise all too infrequently these days to acquire a wonderfully authentic, classic ‘gem’ of a small period 17th Century farmhouse surrounded by 11 acres with the advantage of a gorgeous and lucrative holiday letting barn plus stables and further petite detached barn each of which formerly benefitted from planning and Listed Building consent for conversion to holiday accommodation.
Paradise found; and a treasured hideaway you probably won’t wish to leave right now…….
Early viewing advised by appointment only, please, through the vendor’s sole agent.