Unconverted barn in Trelyon, near Truro

Unconverted barn in Trelyon, near Truro

Unconverted barn with PP for conversion near St Austell and Truro, Cornwall

Granite barn with planning permission for conversion, set in a third of acre of land in the hamlet of Trelyon, just seven miles from both Truro and St Austell in Cornwall

Gummow's Barn offers the increasingly rare opportunity of a barn with planning permission for conversion to residential use, especially in such an unspoilt rural location away from busy roads.

Soundly constructed of granite stone and with rag slate roof, this property has exquisite character and immense potential to create a unique home. The archway at the front of the main building is a charming feature that immediately catches the eye from the outside and gives the top floor a special ambiance.

There is a lot of scope for the buyer to create a two to three bedroom home with a spacious living room that has its own direct access to the back garden. The planned extension to the rear of the main building also includes a garage.

A pretty stone-built outbuilding offers even more opportunity for development.

Telephone and electricity are connected as well as the water supply which is from a borehole. A sewage system including a septic tank, pump and soakaway has already been constructed.

This generous south facing plot is about a third of an acre and overlooks fields and the top end of the Fal Valley. A meadow of just over two acres is available under separate negotiation.

Trelyon is a small rural hamlet of only a handful of properties. The nearest village is only a mile away and offers shops, pubs, schools and a post office. The city of Truro and the market town of St Austell are both about seven miles away.

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