Barn with planning permission for conversion in Carnaquidden, Cornwall
A detached granite and slate traditional barn in the hamlet of Carnaquidden near Penzance in West Cornwall with detailed planning permission for conversion to a four bedroom full residential dwelling, within approximately one and a half acres of land
A rare opportunity to acquire a substantial and significant detached granite and slate traditional barn of close to 30 metres (98ft) long, with detailed planning permission for conversion to a four bedroom full residential dwelling, within approximately 1.5 acres of land.
The property is situated in the small hamlet of Carnaquidden consisting of only three other residential properties in a woodland area. Carnaquidden lies in the heart of West Cornwall in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, with public footpaths and a bridleway to the moors to the north and a footpath to the valleys below to the south, towards the quaint village of Gulval which has its own Church, an primary school, post office with general stores and a public house. The village of Newmill also has its own primary school.
The market town of Penzance, with its excellent schools and transport links via the train station, heliport and bus links to most parts of the country, is approx four miles away with its own harbour, beaches, promenade and shopping centre along with a leisure centre, complete with its own indoor heated swimming pool and outdoor sports facilities.
Within a few miles, to the west, the town of St Just with its airport offering flights to the Isles of Scilly etc. To the east lies the fishing port of St Ives renowned for its art galleries and famous potteries also the Tate Gallery. Situated to the south is Marazion with St Michaels Mount just off its shore. Not forgetting the largest working fishing port in England, Newlyn which is to the south west.
The barn stands within its own grounds and extends in total to over 3100 sq ft (overall) and planning consents provide for the following reverse-level accommodation.
Stairs to first floor
Master bedroom and en suite bathroom and separate dressing area
Second bedroom with en suite bathroom
Two other bedrooms
Utility room with airing cupboard
Entrance hall from external stone steps
Spacious sitting room with views of the stunning countryside
To the front and rear of the property there are extensive areas for gardens and parking
This property is large enough for development in to two or possibly three dwellings subject to the necessary planning consents.
Electricity, mains water, surface water land drains and telephone have all been installed underground at to the property.
Septic tank has been installed in the grounds of the Carnaquidden Farm.