A former landmark freehouse/restaurant in a central village location with owners’ 4 double bedroom accommodation extending to approximately 3650sqft, a stone barn with development potential, subject to planning, and off road parking.
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION (unless sold previously) - Guide Price £150,000
On Friday 21st February 2020 @ 2.30pm
At Hall for Gwinear, 71 Churchtown, Gwinear, Hayle TR27 5JL
SOLICITORS: MERRICKS SOLICITORS, CROSS STREET, WADEBRIDGE PL27 7DT
The property is situated within the popular village of Carnhell Green, which offers a Post Office and general store as well as Mole Valley Farmers country store, and lies approximately 2 miles south west of the town of Camborne which has an extensive range of health, leisure, education, business and retail facilities as well as good public transport links including access to the main A30 providing easy access to the east and west of the County, and a mainline railway station to London Paddington.
The harbour town and holiday resort of Hayle is approximately 4 miles distant and offers easy access to the glorious sandy beach of Hayle Towans, popular with families and surfers alike. The modern retail park on the outskirts of Hayle includes Marks & Spencer and other main high street stores, and the City of Truro, the administration centre of Cornwall, offers private and state schools, college, hospitals, retail and business parks, health and leisure facilities, and lies approximately 18 miles distant.
The property comprises a Grade II Listed Georgian style public house with a double fronted elevation and providing extensive accommodation over two floors, extending in all to approximately 3,648ft2 (339m2) of accommodation. (NB. Area taken from the EPC).
The property was operated as a public house and restaurant until closing in 2018. The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises: bar and restaurant area, kitchen, ladies and gentlemen’s toilets and a beer cellar below. At the first floor level is four bedroom owners’ accommodation.
The property is complimented by a traditional stone barn with potential for development subject to planning permission. There is ample hard surfaced level customer parking area to the side and rear.
The property requires a program of refurbishment for someone seeking to continue the use as a public house and restaurant, or alternatively, subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents, could be used for alternative commercial or residential use.