Doctor's surgery suitable for residential conversion

Pendeen, West Penwith

The Penalvearne Doctor’s surgery is due to be relocated to another site and the subsequent sale of this property allows the purchaser to alter the layout into residential accommodation, if required and subject to any planning consents.

The property was built in 1988 and would make an ideal residential bungalow with scope for 2-3 bedroom accommodation. The property is well situated in the centre of Pendeen close to local amenities and has ample level parking and lawned gardens with stone boundary hedges.



The property is well situated in the centre of the village of Pendeen with good road access. The village offers a good range of local amenities including two pubs, primary school, general stores, free car park, community centre, Post Office, Church, fish and chip and shop etc. The village of Trewellard is about ½ a mile away and offers further amenities including meadery, Trewellard Hotel, Geavor Mine which is now a tourist attraction, fuel station. Pendeen Lighthouse is about 1 mile away at Pendeen Watch. The former market town of St. Just is about 3 miles away and offers good facilities including Co-op supermarket, schools, pubs, shops etc. The harbour town and fishing port of Penzance is about 7 miles away and has a hospital, mainline railway station with services to London Paddington, ferry services to the Isles of Scilly, shops, schools, supermarkets, etc. Pendeen is contained with the UNESCO World Heritage Site. 


The property is centrally located with good access and will cease being used as a doctor’s surgery in the near future. A planning application will be submitted for change of use to residential accommodation. The property is approached over a gated shared entrance drive leading off the Council maintained road which runs through the village. The property is set within a level plot of good size which is enclosed by stone walls and hedges and is nicely set back from the road with a lawned garden to the front and a smaller lawn to the rear.

The single storey building was built in 1988 with some feature exposed natural stone to the front elevation and the remaining walls pebble dashed for low maintenance. The property has double glazed windows and doors throughout.