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ha m at e t hy

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An exceptional rural estate of immense charm and character serviced by a delightful Manor House situated in a particularly private location a short distance from the North Cornish coast.

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Offering a beautiful Cornish Manor House with spectacular surroundings. A delightful example of a quintessential south facing Cornish Manor House and lying in a private position at the end of its own wooded drive offering extensive but manageable accommodation currently comprising a reception hall, dining room, study, sitting room, kitchen and various ancillary service rooms and, on the first and second floors, nine bedrooms (two with en suite facilities) bathroom and shower room.

Walled front garden, lawned gardens with shrubbery. Ample areas of hardstanding. Semi-detached pair of agriculturally tied cottages. Courtyard of traditional stables and tack room. Further courtyard of traditional stone barns and granary. Various modern livestock buildings. St Breward 1 mile, Wadebridge 10 miles, Camelford 5 miles (Distances approximate) 461 acres of pasture and grazing 72 acres of woodland. Double and single bank fishing along the River Camel. Commoner’s rights.

All lying in a glorious location of high amenity and sporting value. About 542.70 acres in total. For sale as a whole.

Chesterton Humberts Mansfield House, Silver Street Taunton Somerset ta1 3dn

Chesterton Humberts 60 Sloane Avenue Chelsea London sw3 3dd

T: 01823 331 234

T: 0207 594 4740

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david.hebditch@chestertonhumberts.com andrew.pearce@chestertonhumberts.com chestertonhumberts.com chestertonhumberts.com Page 3

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History The Manor of Hamotedi dates back to before the Norman Conquest when the land was held by knightservice of the King. After the conquest in 1066 it was held by Count Robert of Mortain (the biggest land owner in Cornwall) half-brother of King William I, and the biggest landowner in Cornwall.

The name Hamatethy evolved over the years through various spellings: Hamathethi in 1180, Hamatechi in 1346, and Hamatewthy in 1540. The first element of the name is believed to be from the Cornish “havos” meaning a summer dwelling. From the 12th to the 15th century the Manor was held by the family of Peverell. In 1422, on the death of Margaret Peverell, the Estate came to Robert Hungerford, the son of Margaret Peverell’s daughter, Katherine. On Robert’s death in 1459, his wife Margaret inherited the Manor. Margaret was a strong character, who had much to contend with during the War of the Roses and lived to see her son Robert and grandson Thomas both die on the scaffold. After stormy times for the Lords of the manor of Hamatethy, during the 15th and 16th centuries, the title passed quietly by inheritance and marriage for the next 300 years through the Lowers, the Mitchells and Mrs Louisa Sarel to the Onslows. The main part of the existing house was built around 1800. Up until the turn of the 20th Century, The estate had been owned by the same family for over 700 years. However, in 1915 the then tenant, Mr Will Rich, bought the house and approximately 350 acres. In 1924, Captain and Mrs Hall purchased further sections of the Estate. The current vendors acquired the Estate in 1979.

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Situation

Sporting

Communications

Hamatethy enjoys a southerly aspect with the house and buildings located in a particularly private position at the end of a long private drive, set well within its own grounds and bordered by amenity woodland and gardens. The Estate lies a short distance to the north of the village of St Breward which offers day-to-day facilities of shop, post office, pub, parish church, primary school and doctor’s surgery. The historic town of Camelford is some five miles to the north. The former market town of Wadebridge is some ten miles to the west. From Wadebridge the beautiful Camel Estuary can be followed to the North Cornwall coast with easy access to the most popular areas including Rock and Padstow. There is a primary school at St Breward and secondary education is provided at Wadebridge and Camelford. Independent schools at both primary and secondary levels can be found in Truro approximately 34 miles distant.

Sailing

Road

Sailing and other water sports are available on the Camel Estuary and at Rock on the North Cornish coast. The renowned sailing centres of Mylor, St Mawes and Fowey are a short distance to the south.

Located within easy access of the A39 via the B3266 to the north or the A30 to the south.

Golf

A regular inter-city service operates from Bodmin to London (Paddington).

Golf is at Lostwithiel, St Enodoc, and St Mellion.

Fishing In addition to the fishing at Hamatethy, on the River Camel; there are numerous locations along the north and south coast.

Shooting Hamatethy offers an informal sporting shoot with the bag including woodcock and snipe. Woodcock and snipe migrate to the holding in October and November and depart in the late Spring There are numerous other renowned shoots within the area.

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Rail

Air Newquay airport provides regular shuttle flights to London City and London Gatwick, as well as to other UK airports. Exeter International Airport also provides a range of services to a number of continental destinations.

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Description The house is a perfect example of a quintessential Cornish Manor House of enormous charm and character constructed of granite elevations under a slate roof. The south facing dwelling lies in a private position at the end of its own wooded drive, protected by a small enclosed flagged walled garden to the south, lawns to the west which in turn are bordered by a shrubbery of rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias. The house, which was extended and renovated over the course of the last century, offers ample family accommodation of well proportioned rooms steeped in immense charm and character. Throughout the house there are numerous granite mullion windows, granite inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams, panelled walls and plasterwork. On the ground floor the house is generally approached via double doors leading to an entrance hall with a slate floor. A substantial oak front door with granite surround leads to reception hall which is a perfect room for entertaining with granite fireplace and timber surround, oak panelled walls, plastered beams and exposed timbers. Door to walled garden. Substantial solid teak stairs with oak balustrades lead to the first floor. Off the hall the dining room offers a large Cornish granite inglenook fireplace with Clome oven and woodburner on a slate hearth. Adjoining there is a fitted kitchen with door to service rooms. Off the reception hall the west hall provides access to the sitting room, library, cloakroom and a side door to the garden. The sitting room is a delightful dual aspect room with marble faced fireplace and hearth, woodburner with ornate carved pine surround, attractive plastered ceiling and granite mullion windows. The library which also enjoys views over the adjoining garden offers corner fireplace with granite lintel and woodburner, exposed beam, and a fine range of ash fitted bookshelves.

Located off the kitchen is a rear hall which in turn leads to a boot room with fireplace, pantry (with cloakroom off ) and stairs to wine cellar. On the first floor the principal stairs lead to an open landing with exposed oak floor. At the western end of the house there are a suite of bedrooms including principal double bedroom with elegant elm framed pine panels and ornately cast iron fireplace with pine surround. The second double bedroom (currently used as a dressing room) is also panelled in elm and pine with a tiled cast iron fireplace and pine surround and a useful range of fitted wardrobes and airing cupboard. An en-suite bathroom adjoins. Further accommodation comprises south facing double bedroom with wash hand basin, an attractive ‘porch bedroom’ with panelled walls, shower room, adjoining family bathroom, further south facing guest bedroom which enjoys views over the walled garden and beyond with en-suite bathroom. Off the main hall a door leads to rear landing with laundry cupboard and stairs to the second floor. On the second floor the accommodation is divided – the eastern half of the house provides a suite of two double bedrooms and two further storage rooms. On the western half of the house, with access via secondary stairs, the second suite of rooms provides two attractive double bedrooms both of which enjoy far reaching views across the gardens and farm beyond.

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Floorplan

Hamatethy, St. Breward, Bodmin

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Approximate Gross Internal Area Main Bodmin House = 5900 Sq Ft/548 Sq M Hamatethy, St. Breward, Approximate Gross Internal Area Cottage 1 = 798 Sq Ft/75 Sq M Main House = 5900 SqCottage Ft/548 Sq2 M = 1105 Sq Ft/102 Sq M Cottage 1 = 798 Sq Ft/75 Sq M Garage = 142 Sq Ft/13 Sq M Cottage 2 = 1105 Sq Ft/102 Sq M Store = 120 Sq Ft/11 Sq M Garage = 142 Sq Ft/13 Sq M Total = 8065 Sq Ft/749 Sq M Store = 120 Sq Ft/11 Sq M Total = 8065 Sq Ft/749 Sq M

Bedroom 2 3.2m x 2.9m Utility 10'5" x 9'5" 2.8m x 2.8m (Maximum) 9'3" x 9'3"

Boot Room 3.4m x 3.1m 11'1" x 10'0"

Main House Cellar

Bedroom 3 2.9m x 2.6m 9'4" x 8'6"

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Cottage 2 First Floor

Sitting Room 6.9m x 3.7m Bedroom 22'7" x 12'0" 1

Bedroom 1 4.0m x 3.7m 13'1" x 12'1"

Bedroom 3 2.9m x 2.6m 9'4" x 8'6"

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 4.2m x 3.2m 13'11" x 10'5"

Main House Ground Floor Hall

Hall

4.0m x 3.7m 13'1" x 12'1"

Cottage 2 Ground Floor

Entrance Hall First 3.6m x 3.0m 11'11" x 10'0"

Boot Room 3.4m x 3.1m 11'1" x 10'0"

Utility 2.8m x 2.8m 9'3" x 9'3"

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 4.2m x 3.2m 13'10" x 10'5"

5.6m x 3.9m 18'4" x 12'10" (Maximum)

Entrance Hall Breakfast Room 3.6m x 3.0m 5.5m x 3.1m 11'11" x 10'0" 18'0" x 10'4"

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Reception Hall 7.9m x 6.8m 26'0" x 22'3"

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 4.2m x 3.2m 13'10" x 10'5"

Cottage 1 Sitting Room Ground Floor 6.9m x 3.7m 22'7" x 12'0"

Store 4.8m x 2.3m 15'9" x 7'5"

Bedroom 2 3.2m x 2.9m 10'5" x 9'5" (Maximum)

Bedroom 5 4.7m x 4.6m 15'3" x 15'1"

Reception Hall 7.9m x 6.8m Library 26'0" x 22'3"

Sitting Room 4.2m x 3.4m 13'10" x 11'3" (Maximum)

Bedroom 1 5.0m x 1.7m 16'4" x 5'5"

13'11" x 10'5"

Bedroom 3 4.7m x 4.6m 4.7m x 3.7m 15'3" x 15'1" 15'4" x 12'0"

Library 5.6m x 3.9m 18'4" x 12'10" (Maximum)

Bedroom 1 5.0m x 1.7m 16'4" x 5'5"

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Bedroom 5

Bedroom 4 5.0m x 2.8m 16'5" x 9'3" (Maximum)

Be 6.7 21'

First Floor

Bedroom 3 3.7m x 2.4m 12'1" x 7'10" (Maximum)

Bed 7.8m 25'7

Store

Approximate Gross Internal Area4.2m = 5900 Sq Ft / 548 Sq M x 2.9m 13'11" x 9'6"

Sitting Room 4.2m x 3.4m 13'10" x 11'3" (Maximum)

CottageBedroom 1 2 4.3m x 3.0m Cottage 1 Ground13'11" Floor x 9'8" (Maximum)

Bedr 5.0m 16'3"

Floor

Bedroom 3 3.7m xKitchen/ 2.4m Breakfast 12'1" x 7'10" Room 4.2m x 3.2m (Maximum)

Garage 4.9m x 2.7m 16'2" x 8'9"

Cellar

Cellar

Sitting Room 5.0m x 4.8m 16'6" x 15'11"

Sitting Room 5.0m x 4.8m 16'6" x 15'11"

Kitchen/

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 5.5m x 3.1m 18'0" x 10'4"

Garage 4.9m x 2.7m 16'2" x 8'9"

Wine Cellar 4.4m x 3.2m 14'6" x 10'6"

Pantry 3.8m x 3.6m

Store 4.8m x 2.3m 15'9" x 7'5"

To Garden

3.8m x 3.6m 12'7" x 11'8" (Maximum)

Wine 12'7"Cellar x 11'8" 4.4m x 3.2m (Maximum) 14'6" x 10'6"

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Dining Room 5.5m x 4.3m 18'1" x 14'0"

Dining Room 5.5m x 4.3m 18'1" x 14'0" Pantry

To Garden

E

First Floor

Bedroom 7 4.5m x 3.4m 14'8" x 11'1" Tank Room 2.9m x 2.9m 9'7" x 9'5"

Bedroom 2 4.3m xFloor 3.0m Cottage Second 13'11" x 9'8"

1

Bedroom 6 3.7m x 3.4mBedroom 7 12'1" x 11'0"4.5m x 3.4m

14'8" x 11'1"

Store

16'6" x 15'11"

Approximate Gross Internal Area Bedroom 5 4.7m x 4.6m 15'3" x 15'1"

Dining Room 5.5m x 4.3m 18'1" x 14'0" Reception Hall 7.9m x 6.8m 26'0" x 22'3"

Pantry 3.8m x 3.6m 12'7" x 11'8" (Maximum)

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Bedroom 4 5.0m x 2.8m 16'5" x 9'3" (Maximum)

Bedroom 3 4.7m x 3.7m 15'4" x 12'0"

Library 5.6m x 3.9m 18'4" x 12'10" (Maximum)

Main House = 5900 Sq Ft / 548 Sq M Cottage Bedroom 2 1 = 798 Sq Ft / 75 Sq M 6.7m x 3.8m Cottage 2 21'11" x 12'6"= 1105 Sq Ft /102 Sq M Garage = 142 Sq Ft / 13 Sq M Store = 120 Sq Ft / 11 Sq M Total = 8065 Sq Ft / 749 Sq M

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Ground Floor

Boot Room 3.4m x 3.1m 11'1" x 10'0"

ility tting Room x 2.8m .0m x 4.8m x 6'6"9'3" x 15'11"

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 5.5m x 3.1m 18'0" x 10'4"

Entrance Hall 3.6m x 3.0m 11'11" x 10'0"

Sitting Room 6.9m x 3.7m 22'7" x 12'0"

Garage 4.9m x 2.7m 16'2" x 8'9"

Store 4.8m x 2.3m 15'9" x 7'5"

Bedroom 5 4.7m x 4.6m 15'3" x 15'1"

Hall

Bedroom 4 5.0m x 2.8m 16'5" x 9'3" (Maximum)

Bedroom 3 4.7m x 3.7m 15'4" x 12'0"

Cottage 1 Ground Floor

Sitting Room 4.2m x 3.4m 13'10" x 11'3" (Maximum)

First Floor

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Kitchen/ Bedroom 1 Bedroom 1 Breakfast Room 5.0m x 4.9m 5.0m x 1.7m 4.2m x 3.2m 16'3" x 16'0" 16'4" x 5'5" 13'11" x 10'5" Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 4.2m x 3.2m 13'10" x 10'5"

Library .6m x 3.9m 8'4" x 12'10" Maximum)

oom 1 x 1.7m x 5'5"

16'3" x 16'0"

Bedroom 3 3.7m x 2.4m 12'1" x 7'10" (Maximum)

Bedroom 9 7.8m x 2.6m 25'7" x 8'7"

Store 4.2m x 2.9m 13'11" x 9'6"

Bedroom 2 6.7m x 3.8m 21'11" x 12'6" Bedroom 7 4.5m x 3.4m 14'8" x 11'1" Bedroom 2 4.3m x 3.0m 13'11" x 9'8" (Maximum)

Tank Room 2.9m x 2.9m 9'7" x 9'5"

Cottage 1 First Floor

Second Floor Cottage 2 Ground Floor First Floor FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY - NOT TO SCALE The position & size of doors, windows, appliances and other features are approximate only. Š ehouse. Unauthorised reproduction prohibited. Drawing ref. dig/8128378/MPO Bedroom 3 3.7m x 2.4m 12'1" x 7'10" (Maximum) Main House First Floor

Bedroom 9 7.8m x 2.6m 25'7" x 8'7"

Bedroom 6 3.7m x 3.4m 12'1" x 11'0" Store Bedroom 8 4.5m x 3.8m 14'8" x 12'7" (Maximum)

Main House Second Floor

FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY - NOT TO SCALE

Store 4.2m x 2.9m 13'11" x 9'6"

The position & size of doors, windows, appliances and other features are approximate only

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Farm Buildings The farm buildings comprise a delightful mixture of traditional and modern. To the rear of the house there is a double courtyard of traditional granite barns. The buildings, which have all been maintained to a high standard, offer enormous potential for a range of equestrian, livestock, tourism or business uses subject to obtaining the appropriate consents.

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Farm Buildings Accessed via gated entrance, with granite piers and surrounds, the buildings comprise:

Stable Yard Building Number

Measurements

1

“L” shaped stone and slate original Tack Room with stairs leading to loft and Store.

2

Kennels.

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3

Stone and slate stables with pair of boxes, corner box and foaling box.

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Hamatethy 4

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Description

Principal traditional Stables of stone and slate construction with five boxes and large open plan loft.

Measuring 13’ x 9’ and 12’ x 9’.

Measuring 34’6” x 14’6”.

5

Carriage house with loft over.

Measuring 20’6” x 16’6”.

6

Further stone barn, formerly housing cart horses, with original sections and four stalls.

Measuring 24’ x 14’

Middle Courtyard Building Number

Description

7

Former Mill House and grain store of stone and slate elevations with loft over.

8

Fomer cowstall and linhay with monopitch roof of stone elevations

9

Covered livestock yard timber and steel framed measuring 72’ x 48’ with implement store and lean-to off measuring 27’6” x 26’.

Off-lying Buildings Located centrally within the farm

Measurements Measuring 51’ x 17’6”.

Measuring 51’ x 17’6” Steel framed measuring 72’ x 48 Lean-to off measuring 27’6” x 26’

10

Covered dry store of secure timber clad

11

Two bay store monopitch pole and galvanised.

na

12

Steel framed enclosed well equipped Workshop with inspection pit and welding point.

Measuring 49’ x 49’.

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14

Machinery store of stone and block construction.

Former Piggery of block construction

Building Number

15 & 16

Measurements

Measuring 60’ x 45’.

Situated on the eastern boundary of the farm, with separate access off the council road.

17

Comprises a further covered stock shed of concrete and fibre cement with adjoining handling yard with stock handling facilities.

Located on the western boundary of the farm, adjoining field OS 5546 A further range of buildings.

Measuring 48’ x44’6”..

Measuring 15’ x 9’.

Description Covered lambing shed (timber framed) measuring 74’ x 41’, and adjoining steel framed covered silage clamp.

18

A two bay monopitch timber and fibre cement building providing collection yard, cattle race and holding pens.

19

Comprises a covered yard providing central silage clamp, youngstock yards of timber and fibre cement construction. Sheep handling facilities and concrete yard

na

Measuring 75’ x 60’.

Measuring 36’ x 26’

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The Land Hamatethy comprises a delightful livestock holding typical of the area. The core of the holding is divided into good sized enclosures of well maintained pasture currently servicing both sheep and beef enterprises. The fields are supported by strategically placed covered yards, fodder stores and handling pens. In addition, in particular on the western boundary, there are areas of open grazing that drop to the River Camel. Located off both the entrance drive and situated on the western boundary, there are parcels of good quality amenity deciduous and coniferous woodland. The combination of the topography of the land, the parcels of pasture and open grazing, supported by the various parcels of woodland, all greatly add to the sporting and amenity of the holding. The property also enjoys the benefit of commoner’s rights over the adjoining St Breward Common which provides additional opportunities and income streams to the Estate. The whole of the property is registered to receive the Single Farm Payment and additional income from the Entry Level Scheme which runs until 31 August 2015. In total the holding comprises 542.70 acres.

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Hamatethy, St. Brewar

Located away from the house, with access off the entrance drive and enjoying open views across the farm and countryside to the west, both cottages offer good-sized accommodation comprising the following:

Cottage No. 1

Cottage No. 2

Entrance hall with cloakroom off, equipped kitchen/breakfast room, and sitting room.

Entrance porch leading to hall with stairs off, triple aspect sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room.

First floor

First floor

Double bedroom, single bedroom, family bathroom and a box room.

Landing leading to two double bedrooms, single bedroom and a family bathroom. Pantry

Ground floor

Outside the cottage is serviced by a single garage and a further storage area.

Ground floor

To Garden

Dining Room 5.5m x 4.3m 18'1" x 14'0"

3.8m x 3.6m 12'7" x 11'8" (Maximum)

Wine Cellar 4.4m x 3.2m 14'6" x 10'6"

Cellar Ground Floor

Boot Room 3.4m x 3.1m 11'1" x 10'0"

Utility 2.8m x 2.8m 9'3" x 9'3"

Farm Buildings

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 4.2m x 3.2m 13'10" x 10'5"

Court Yard Manor House

Hall

No. 1 & 2 Hamatethy Cottages

Bedroom 3 2.9m x 2.6m 9'4" x 8'6"

Bedroom 1 4.0m x 3.7m 13'1" x 12'1"

Cottage 2 First Floor Cottage No. 1 Floorplan

Cottage No. 2 Floorplan

Sitting Room 6.9m x 3.7m 22'7" x 12'0"

Store 4.8m x 2.3m 15'9" x 7'5"

Bedroom 2 3.2m x 2.9m 10'5" x 9'5" (Maximum)

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 5.5m x 3.1m 18'0" x 10'4"

Garage 4.9m x 2.7m 16'2" x 8'9"

No. 1 & No. 2 Hamatethy Cottages

Approximate Gross Int Main House = 5900 Sq F Cottage 1 = 798 Sq Ft Cottage 2 = 1105 Sq Ft Garage = 142 Sq Ft/1 Store = 120 Sq Ft/11 Total = 8065 Sq Ft/74

Cottage 1 Ground Floor

Cottage 2 Ground Floor

FOR ILLUST The position & size of doors Š ehouse. Unauthorise

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Directions Travelling west on the A39 towards Wadebridge and having passed through Camelford, take the turning on the left by the petrol station on to the B3266. After approximately three miles, turn left signed ‘St Breward’ and ‘Combe Mill’. Immediately turn left again where signed ‘Tuckingmill and Hamatethy’. Follow the road down the hill over the river and continue up the hill and the entrance to Hamatethy will be found on the left hand side of the road where there is a No Through Road sign.

Services Whilst the farm is connected to mains electricity, it is also serviced by its own private hydro-electric scheme. Both the house and the cottages are serviced by a private drainage system. The holding is serviced by a private water supply.

Local Authority Cornwall Council (unitary authority) Tel 0300 1234 100.

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Viewing Viewing strictly by appointment through Chesterton Humberts’ Rural Office (01823 331234) or the Country Department (0207 594 47460). Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession on completion but subject to the current occupation of Cottage No 2 by a farm worker. Further information is available from the Agent. Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements The sale is subject to all rights of support, public and private rights of way, water, light, drainage and other easements, quasieasements and wayleaves, all or any other like rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. Common Rights The holding enjoys the benefit of commoner’s rights over the adjoining St Breward Common and Roughtor Down. Entry Level Scheme The farm is in a DSA and has been entered into the Upland Entry Level Scheme. The agreement runs for five years until 31 August 2015. We are informed there could be potential to enter the land into an HLS agreement.

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Single Payment Scheme The property enjoys the benefit of entitlements registered against the holding and also a Common Land allocation. The entitlements claimed in 2011 will remain with the Vendor. The Vendor will undertake to transfer the entitlements to the purchaser on completion.

Vendor(s) or his Agent to specify them. The two cottages were built in the early 1970s subject to an agricultural tie. Health and Safety Issues Purchasers are requested to take particular care when inspecting the farm buildings areas due to the increased traffic movements.

Sporting Rights All sporting rights are in hand. Single and double bank fishing rights on the River Camel are owned. Further information is available from the agents. Fixtures and Fittings Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures and fittings belonging to the Vendor(s) in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor(s) rights to removal or payment for, as the case may be, any such fixtures and fittings, etc, except those specifically mentioned in these Particulars which are included in the sale. The fixtures and fittings normally designated as tenant(s) equipment are excluded.

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General Remarks & Stipulations Chesterton Humberts for themselves and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: i) the particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of the intending Purchaser and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract. ii) all descriptions, references to condition, necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending Purchaser should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. iii) all dimensions and areas are approximate figures computed in accordance with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice. iv) no person in the employment of Chesterton Humberts has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. v) photographs taken in June 2010 and March 2011. None of the statements contained within these Particulars of Sale are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. Interested applicants are advised to make their own enquiries and investigations before finalising their offer to purchase.

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