A historic farmstead near Launceston has come to the market for the first time in 20 years.

Trefuge Farm, near Coad’s Green, is set on the edge of approximately 11 acres of its own land and has the possibility of further land, available via separate negotiation.

The Grade II listed farmhouse adjoins a converted former mill.

If required, permission has been granted for the sub division of the farmhouse into two dwellings with living accommodation over two floors.

South West Farmer:

A pretty two storey stone former stable and carriage house attached to the main house is included in the proposed permission which allows for a self-contained, one bedroom cottage exclusively for holiday use.

There is also a detached stone barn which has full residential consent for conversion, alongside a number of modern outbuildings.

The outbuildings include garaging, storage and stabling.

Consent has also been granted for a modern garage and storage building.

South West Farmer:

The 11 acres of land is fenced pasture and further land is available by separate negotiation.

Sitting between the Tamar Valley and Bodmin Moor, Trefuge Farm is in an area is unspoilt by development and has far reaching views over Bodmin Moor.

The farm is for sale with Savills with a guide price of £875,000.