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An enchanting, listed Regency farmhouse requiring restoration, occupying a site of considerable historic interest in gloriously unspoilt and ancient surroundings, away from the road and up a long tree-lined lane, just one mile from Constantine village and one and a half miles from the Creek and Helford River. Carwythenack Farm is an absolute gem, set within a delightful, natural garden adjoining a 2.2 acre field and copse in all providing great possibilities to adapt or expand its four bedroom accommodation into adjacent stone barns and create somewhere very special indeed.

THE LOCATION & HISTORY The ancient farm hamlet of Carwythenack lies between Constantine and Gweek villages, discreetly accessed through granite posts and along a tree-lined, lane taking it well away from the road.Carwythenack is rich in ancient history, being the site of an iron age round. It is located half way between Helston and Falmouth towns, and was on the edge of a Roman marching camp. As described by Cornish historian Charles Henderson in 'History of Constantine', published in 1927, "Caerwetheneck; the 'castle in the wooded place' is beautifully situated in a wooded hollow".The earliest found reference to the original of the two Manors of Carwythenack was in 1302 when... Read more

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