Breathe in the sea air with our pick of properties in the county — from farmhouses to a converted mill

1. Wilton Mill Farm, near Looe

 

For you: a three-bedroom farmhouse, en suite studio apartment and three cottages, positioned just three miles from the south Cornwall coast. Outside there are ponds and an orchard, as well as potential for a small campsite (subject to planning). This is an ideal set-up for those looking for an income opportunity.
For the horses: four stables, a tack room and a store, as well as further outbuildings, overlooking a yard that is currently let on a DIY livery basis. Set in 13.1 acres.
What’s the damage? £995,000
Agent: Stags
Telephone: 01392 680058
Visit: stags.co.uk

2. Higher Polmenna, near St Austell

For you: a modernised country home that has been extended from the original farmhouse, with six bedrooms (five of which are en suite), an orangery and heated outdoor swimming pool, with an old piggery housing the pump room, water filtration room and a store. The drawing room has an impressive inglenook fireplace, bread oven and woodburner. It is just two miles from the idyllic Portholland beach.
For the horses: stabling for three horses, a tack room and a hay barn. Set in six acres.
What’s the damage? £2m
Agent: Savills
Telephone: 01872 243200
Visit: savills.com

3. Hallagenna Cottages, near Bodmin

For you: a holiday cottage complex in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on Bodmin Moor, that was originally a traditional working farm. There is a three-bedroom farmhouse and five holiday cottages, each sleeping between three and four guests. There is a games room, and above the double garage is a studio.
For the horses: 10 stables in a horseshoe-shaped yard, with excellent hacking on Bodmin Moor on the doorstep. Set in 4.5 acres.
What’s the damage? £1m
Agent: Stags
Telephone: 01392 680058
Visit: stags.co.uk

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4. Trethew Mill, near Lostwithiel

For you: a four-bedroom converted mill set within rolling countryside near the historic village of Lanlivery, with a one-bedroom annexe, home office and a large workshop. The impressive gardens and grounds featured in the 2016 National Garden Scheme.
For the horses: a stable, tack room and paddocks, set in 7.75 acres.
What’s the damage? £750,000
Agent: Savills
Telephone: 01872 243200
Visit: savills.com

Next week: Equestrian properties with river frontage

Ref: Horse & Hound; 20 July 2017