Residential development site with consent for 2 dwellings set within a total of 1.7 acres of land & woodland
Old Treboul Farmhouse is located amongst rolling countryside close to the historic village of St Germans, the ancestral home to the Earl of St Germans, and a short distance from the A38, which provides excellent transport links to both Cornwall and Devon. The villages of St Germans and Polbathic are within a mile from the property and provide a range of services such as a primary school, public houses, church, Post Office and convenience stores and recreational clubs, as well as being well positioned to enjoy the south coast of Cornwall that lies within 3 miles of the property. The city of Plymouth is within easy reach by both road and rail, the village of St Germans being served by mainline rail services providing a travel time to Plymouth of approx. 20 minutes and continuing through to London with a travel time of approx. 4.5 hours. Air travel can be enjoyed from either Newquay or Exeter airports, both being approximately 1 hours' drive from the property.
Old Treboul Farmhouse presents a truly unique opportunity to rebuild and enhance a former traditional farmhouse and barn. Set within rolling countryside and surrounded by farmland, the elevated site has a southerly aspect with views across the Polbathic valley. Currently in a dilapidated condition, planning consent has been obtained to rebuild the farmhouse into a 4-bedroom property with a separate 1-bedroom annex with kitchen and studio accommodation, along with further consent to convert a former outbuilding, located a convenient distance from the main farmhouse, into a separate 2-bedroom property. The two dwellings lie either side of a private driveway from the public highway and are surrounded by land and woodland, including a former well and pond area. The property is divided into two lots but may suit sole ownership with the annex and outbuilding being used for either housing family members or self-catering holiday accommodation.
Access is gained directly from the public highway along a private driveway that forms part of the property.
The property benefits from a planning consent from Cornwall Council dated 31st October 2016, reference PA16/05492 for the Reuse of a dilapidated farmhouse and barns to provide two dwellings together with annex and studio accommodation'. Further details can be provided by the agent or downloaded from the Council's interactive planning website.
Covenants will be imposed in order to protect the property and the surrounding area which will remain in the vendors ownership. The use of the property will be limited to two dwellings and approval of plans will be required prior to construction if the proposed development is to differ from the consented plans that currently benefit the property.
Prospective purchasers should make their own investigations as to the provision and costs of such services.
Footpaths, Covenants and Easements
No public rights of way run over the land and the property is offered subject to, or with the benefit of all Wayleaves, Easements, Quasi Easements, Rights of Way, Covenants and Restrictions whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
The mineral rights will form part of the property for sale.
Within 3 months of purchase the buyer to erect and maintain a stockproof fence (as shown on the brochure)
St Germans about 1 mile
A38 about 2 miles
Liskeard about 8 miles
Plymouth about 13 miles
(all distances are approximate)
From the A38 at Trerulefoot, take the A374 towards Torpoint. At Polbathic, turn left onto the B3249 towards St Germans. Almost immediately, as the B3249 turns sharply to the right, continue directly ahead, up the hill to Treboul Cross crossroad junction. Turn left and continue straight ahead for approximately 450m, the driveway to Old Treboul Farmhouse is located on the left hand side of the road immediately prior to a field gateway entrance.
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