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Treswell Farm, Congdons Shop, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15

Development plot for sale

Development plot

Key Features

  • Superb development opportunity.
  • Three former barns, two Grade II Listed.
  • All with individual full residential consent.
  • No CIL obligation.
  • Nestled in 2.42 acres of grounds.
  • Tucked away but accessible location.
  • Attractive shared tree lined lane.
  • Far reaching views towards Bodmin Moor.
  • Planning now in perpetuity.
  • Space for gardens and parking for each barn.
  • Great commercial opportunity.
  • Planning conditions have now been discharged
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Property Description

Conditional planning permission was granted by Cornwall Council on 2nd October 2020 under application number PA20/04312 and running concurrently Listed Building application PA20/06625 for the conversion of three redundant barns. The barns sit in a quiet and tucked away yet accessible location on the edge of North Hill Parish. Our clients have now commenced the development by discharging planning conditions. Such works undertaken include forming the large visibility splay at the entrance with a Cornish hedge, undertaking the environmental ground investigation as well as the submission of a landscape plan. The documents are all available for inspection upon request.

Barn A which is the only barn not to be Grade II Listed sits in a favourable location in the small development and has a design that will offer reversed accommodation of two bedrooms and will have a large first floor living space divided by the stairs. The master bedroom will have an en-suite and double doors serving the rear garden. Externally, this barn will have space for a garden and off road parking. It could suit a couple or those looking to downsize and live away from it all.

Barn B is the largest of the three barns and occupies the greatest of the plots. It will have very spacious and highly flexible accommodation that has been reversed. On the ground floor will be four bedrooms and a bathroom/WC with the large master bedroom having an en-suite and dressing room with access outside to the rear garden. On the first floor will be the very large living space and kitchen as well as another room which could serve as a fifth bedroom having an en-suite and dressing room or another reception space. Externally, will be a plant/utility room, front and rear gardens and provisions for off road parking and it would suit a large family.

Barn C is in a wonderful position and has outstanding views over surrounding countryside towards Bodmin Moor. The internal accommodation is configured to maximise on natural light and the views and comprises of three bedrooms including a master with en-suite along with a kitchen, dining/family room and bathroom on the ground floor. The first floor will consist of the large living space. Externally, will be two useful stores and space for off road parking. The garden will extend to form a paddock in excess of 1 acre at the rear which takes up some of the adjacent field.

The overall area which extends to 2.42 acres includes significant pasture from the two fields directly to the north and south of the complex, this will now provide for buyers who wish to have land for grazing stock or horses. The areas could also (subject to all consents) be incorporated into residential curtilage.

The Barns are located within a few miles of the villages of Coads Green and Lewannick. Coads Green has a County Primary School and Lewannick a Sub Post Office/General Store and dry cleaning service, Doctors Surgery, Ofsted rated good county Primary School, Parish Church and Public House. Coombeshead Farm is a nearby award winning B&B and restaurant. There are a wide range of private schools with St. Josephs (Launceston) and Mount House and Kelly College (Tavistock). The ancient former market town of Launceston offers a wide range of shopping, commercial, educational and recreational facilities and lies adjacent to the A30 trunk road giving access to Truro and West Cornwall in one direction and Exeter and beyond in the opposite direction. Excellent transport links can be found in the cathedral city of Exeter by road, rail and air (Exeter International Airport) which is about 48 miles. The continental ferryport and city of Plymouth is approximately 23 miles distant and has regular cross channel services to France and Spain. Bodmin Moor was voted “best place to live in the south west 2018” in the Sunday Times.

There is a public right of way that runs through part of the site. Purchasers will need to comply with perpetual contractual stipulations outlined by our client to preserve the environment and our client’s adjacent retained land. Further details can be available upon request.

Key Information




A purchaser will be required to put in place their own drainage system. We understand that there is both mains water and electricity infrastructure in the immediate area but prospective buyers will need to establish these connections with the utility companies.

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