Deriving its name from the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897, Jubilee Farm has been tastefully adapted and enhanced during the current owners' tenure to provide well proportioned and versatile family accommodation. Situated on a relatively level plot, Jubilee Farm is likely to appeal to buyers seeking a post pandemic change of lifestyle or a wish to live the 'good life' through cultivating a smallholding and utilising the land. Within one of the fields sits a derelict barn which enjoys a fine outlook towards Stithians Reservoir and open countryside beyond and which would seem ripe for conversion into a holiday let. Details of the planning application and historic permission can be found below.
Enjoying an elevated position the residence and land enjoy far reaching rural views in most directions, together with distant coastal views towards the western coast of the Lizard Peninsula and to Dodman Point on the Roseland. On a clear day they are simply magnificent to behold.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a formal dining room, a farmhouse style kitchen with an oil fired Rayburn and separate dining area, a lovely lounge with a stone fireplace and wood burning stove (with back boiler), a utility room, a shower room and an entrance hall and inner hallway.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms with stripped wood flooring, a family bathroom with a roll top bath and, in the attic, there is a useful office space and further storage area.
Outside there is a front garden laid largely to lawn, whilst to the rear lies a patio area, a workshop/store and a more formal lawned garden area with a small pond. Beyond this lie pasture fields, a small copse with saplings, a vegetable patch, solar panels and a storage barn. A tarmacked driveway runs from the front of the property beyond which there is a track which runs to the rear entrance and off which there is ample parking for a large number of vehicles.
The residence benefits from double glazing, oil fired heating and solar panels.
Carnkie is a rural hamlet convenient for both the towns of Helston and Falmouth with all the amenities they have to offer. Within the hamlet there is a village hall and Wendron Sports Club which provides sports facilities and a clubhouse with a bar. In the nearby hamlet of Porkellis there is the well regarded Star Inn public house whilst a short distance away is the primary school of Halwin. Secondary education can be found in both Helston and Falmouth with the latter also having a university campus.
Stithian Reservoir is situated a short drive away and offers a range of watersport activities and lakeside walks to visitors.
A mainline railway station can be found approximately seven miles away in Redruth with the A30 arterial road into Cornwall being a similar distance away.
Steps up to front door with transom window above to
With attractive patterned period floor tiling and doors off to the inner hallway and
With attractive wooden flooring, a feature fireplace with a local stone mantle, slate hearth and wood burning stove, a window to the front aspect and door to
A farmhouse style kitchen with an oil fired Rayburn, a bespoke hand made kitchen with pine cupboards, drawers and a pine dresser with attractive wall cupboards. A granite work surface incorporates a Belfast style sink with a Swan neck mixer tap over, drainer and cupboards under. There is a tiled slate floor, a window to the side aspect and an opening into the
Dining Area - Light and airy with a continuation of the floor tiles, space for a freestanding fridge freezer, a wall mounted cupboard (housing the electric consumer unit), a double glazed door and side panel to the rear and internal doors to the utility room and
A white suite comprising a low level wc, a pedestal wash hand basin and a shower cubicle with a shower and easy clean splash backs. There is tiling to the walls, wooden window sills and twin windows to the side aspect.
A very practical dual aspect room with a polished granite worktop with tiled splash back and incorporating a Belfast style sink with mixer tap over and cupboards under. There is space for a washing machine, windows to the side and rear aspect, a Velux window, a door to the side garden and a stable door to
With attractive flagstone flooring, an understairs storage cupboard, stairs to the first floor, a stable door to the utility room and doors off to the entrance hall and
A light and generously proportioned triple aspect room with exposed local stonework, stripped wood flooring and a wood burning stove (with a back boiler) set on a slate hearth with a local stone surround.
From the inner hallway an attractive wooden staircase with wrought iron spindles and a half landing ascends to the first floor. There is a window with views over the rear garden, land and a rural outlook beyond.
Stripped pine doors lead off to all bedrooms and a family bathroom whilst an open tread staircase rises to the office/attic storage area.
A double bedroom with stripped wood flooring and windows to the front looking out over the front garden and enjoying a fabulous rural outlook beyond.
A double bedroom with wood flooring and an outlook over the front garden and the sweeping rural vistas beyond.
A double bedroom with stripped wood flooring and enjoying a lovely outlook to the rear garden and beyond.
A generously sized family bathroom with a white suite comprising a white w.c. With a raised cistern, a pedestal wash hand basin and a lovely cast iron roll tap bath with a mixer tap and flexible shower attachment over. There is tiling to the walls, stripped wood flooring and a window to the rear with a lovely rural backdrop in the distance.
Open tread staircase to door to loft which is partly boarded and houses the immersion and water tank. Door from upper landing area to
With exposed beams, areas of limited headroom and a Velux to the rear. The room and approach to it could be adapted to provide a fourth bedroom subject to any necessary permissions or consents.
The property is approached over a tarmacked driveway to the front, whilst a lane to the rear provides an alternative access and ample parking for many vehicles.
The front garden is laid largely to lawn with a grassed bank to each side and enclosed to the front by stone walling with iron fencing. To the rear of the residence is a patio area and enclosed walling whilst loose stone chippings lead on to a more formal garden area enjoying a sunny aspect, which is laid largely to lawn with a small pond, established trees and shrubs at its borders. There is an outside store/ workshop with power via an external plug socket and windows to the side.
A real feature of the property and extending to circa three and a half acres in total, the land is loosely arranged into three level pasture fields to the west and south of the property. Largely enclosed by local stone walling and hedging the land would seem likely to suit a range of potential uses subject to any necessary permissions. There is a useful storage barn, an oil tank and solar panels to the side of the residence whilst far reaching rural views can be enjoyed from many points within the acreage.
Planning permission was granted for the conversion of a barn into a holiday let on 1st June 2015 under the reference PA15/02483. Further details can be found on the Cornwall Council planning portal. We are advised that the said permission has lapsed.
Mains electricity, water and private drainage.
From Helston head out on the A394 Falmouth road for approximately six miles passing through Trewennack, until reaching Rame. As one enters Rame, passing the Halfway House public house on the left hand side, take the left...
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