A multiple residence development site at Trewennan, Trewennen Road, St. Teath, Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 3JZ
St. Teath centre ½ mile * Camelford 4 miles * Tintagel 5 miles * Port Isaac 6½ miles * Wadebridge 8 miles * Boscastle 8½ miles * Newquay Airport 20 miles * Truro City 33 miles
Having secured the Outline Planning Permission, Lodge & Thomas are delighted to bring to the market a 0.64 Acre (0.26 Ha) Development Site at Trewennan. The Site is situated in a delightful rural location approximately ½ a mile from the centre of the sought after village of St. Teath, which has a thriving local community and offers good local amenities inc. Post Office/store, butchers, village inn, parish Church, primary and pre-schools, WI, football club, drama group and gardening club, etc. The village is approximately 400’ above sea level and lies between the North Cornwall coast and the western edge of Bodmin Moor. There are stunning coastal and country walks in the area which is an Area of Great Landscape Value.
The development is therefore ideally located in a rural yet accessible setting just a short distance from spectacular stretches of the rugged North Cornwall Coastline with its sandy beaches, coastal footpaths and fishing villages etc. The well known coastal village of Port Isaac, famous for the TV series Dr. Martin and the “Fisherman’s Friends” is 6½ miles away. Tintagel, associated with the legend of King Arthur, and the fishing village of Boscastle are 5 and 8½ miles respectively.
The site is accessed directly off the B3267 North Road which runs parallel to the property and leads in to St. Teath from the B3314 at Westdowns. Camelford is just over 4 miles distant and offers a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and educations facilities. The ancient market town of Wadebridge on the bank of the River Camel is about 8 miles distant and is on the picturesque Camel Trail, a popular multi-use recreational trail, formerly two railway lines running from Padstow via Wadebridge and Bodmin to Wenfordbridge near Blisland on the edge of Bodmin Moor, now used regularly by walkers, cyclists and horse riders etc.
The City of Truro has a large shopping centre and is the administration centre for Cornwall with excellent facilities and is about 33 miles away. Newquay Airport with its regular flights to various UK and European destinations is approximately 20 miles distant via the A39 Atlantic Highway which is 1 mile from the property.
The Trewennan development is approached off the Council maintained B3267 tarmac road which runs parallel to the site.
Outline Planning Permission was granted on 15th March 2017 under application no. PA17/00571 providing permission for the development of four detached open market residential dwellings with all matters reserved.
The whole site extends to approximately 0.26 of a Hectare (0.64 Acres). The site is enclosed by a traditional Cornish hedge against the public highway to the west, there is a post and rail fence against the dwelling to the north and a concrete block wall against the dwelling to the south. A new post and wire fence will be erected by the Vendor to mark the eastern boundary of the Site. The Vendor will reserve a linear right of access over the site leading to the Vendor’s retained land to the east.
Services will need to be brought to site by the Purchaser, who will need to make the relevant investigations accordingly.
All matters of design and layout are reserved, and details of the Planning Application and Decision Notice can be obtained via the Agents or via the Local Planning Authority, Cornwall Council, under Case Reference PA17/000571.
The sale of the site provides a rare opportunity for a builder or development company to acquire a project site with Outline Planning Permission approved for four open market detached dwellings on the edge of a much sought after and popular village, in a convenient yet semi-rural location.
More land is available if required by negotiation.