- GUIDE PRICE £400,000 TO £420,000 FREEHOLD
- DETACHED HOUSE AND BARN SET WITHIN 1.25 ACRES
- DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE A SUBSTANTIAL HOME
- PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED TO EXTEND EXISTING DWELLING
- DETACHED BARN WITH POTENTIAL
- STUNNING SETTING WITH SOUTH FACING GROUNDS AND PADDOCK
- LOCATED WITHIN EASY REACH OF THE A30 AND LAUNCESTON
**DEVELOPMENT OR REFURBISHMENT OPPORTUNITY** DETACHED HOUSE AND SEPARATE BARN SET IN APPROX 1.25 ACRES WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR SUBSTANTIAL EXTENSION & TRIPLE GARAGE. Located close to Lewannick village and in an idyllic countryside setting with south facing grounds and paddock overlooking the surrounding countryside. GUIDE PRICE £400,000 TO £420,000 FREEHOLD. Contact Keane & Parker Estate Agents for more information about this unique property.
Located in a most peaceful setting just a short drive from the village of Lewannick and formerly part of Trelaske Manor Estate, lies this detached cottage and stone built detached barn set within generous grounds of approx. 1.25acres offering huge potential to create a substantial home and outbuildings.
There are many local amenities found in the village of Lewannick including a shop and Post Office, primary school, village hall and doctor's surgery. In addition, the local Public House, the Archer Arms has a locally sourced menu and a good choice of wines.
Lewannick is located just five miles south west of Launceston and only a mile from the A30 dual carriageway, providing excellent links to other parts of the county. Access to Plymouth, Exeter, Truro via road are all within an hour's travelling time. The city of Plymouth offers sea and rail links being approximately 29 miles from Launceston. The city of Exeter has rail links and an international airport being approximately 40 miles from Launceston.
The cottage has been granted planning permission (number PA15/09342) for a large extension and an erection of a detached triple garage within the grounds to create a modern contemporary design 3/4 bedroom family home comprising: entrance porch, entrance hall, study/bedroom four, utility/WC, lounge, kitchen/dining room, first floor landing, master bedroom with ensuite, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom.
The detached barn had also been granted planning permission (number PA15/01291) which has now lapsed, to be converted into a three bedroom property, and could be used as ancillary accommodation or with income potential. Currently, there is a restrictive covenant on the barn currently preventing the barn to be used for permanent residential use.
An architects artist impression has been created of the finished external renders of the approved planning. Buyers are able to make their own enquiries, and naturally after completion may want to re-apply/amend the existing consent to suit their own needs.
Viewings can be arranged through the sole agent Keane & Parker Estate Agents. All drawings and planning consents mentioned can be accessed by visiting www.cornwall.gov.uk following the links to planning applications.