Trevisquite is a delightful hamlet situated between the popular villages of St Mabyn and St Tudy. St Mabyn is 1.2 miles away, with its excellent primary school, community post office/general store, historic Church and popular public house. The village lies to the east of the former market town of Wadebridge which sits astride the River Camel and offers a wide range of shops, primary, secondary and sixth form educational facilities, cinema, restaurants and access to the popular Camel Cycle Trail. The property is perfectly located to explore the magnificent North Cornish coast, including the sandy beaches of Rock, Daymer and Polzeath and numerous first class restaurants in Padstow and Port Isaac. To the east is the splendour of Bodmin Moor, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a haven for walkers and nature lovers alike. There is access to mainline railway services at Bodmin Parkway connecting to London Paddington via Plymouth whilst Newquay airport has flights to both domestic and international destinations. Access to the A30 can be gained at Bodmin linking the cathedral cities of Exeter and Truro.THE SITE
The barn sits amongst a generous plot in within the hamlet. Currently with detailed planning permission for conversion, this is an excellent opportunity for those looking for a barn conversion with a garden, drive and parking.
Planning permission granted on Planning Reference PA19/09469 from Cornwall Council.AGENT'S NOTE
Additional land is available by separate negotiation.
For further information call the office on 01208 222333.SERVICES
We understand from the Vendors there is mains water and electricity available close by and space for private drainage facilities. It is up to the purchaser to satisfy themselves as to the availability of such services and connection costs thereto.
Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services. The property is sold subject to all local authority charges.VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment with the Vendor's appointed agent, Stags. Interested parties are able to inspect with details in hand on the clear understanding that any inspection of the site is undertaken entirely at the viewer's own risk.DIRECTIONS
From the centre of St Mabyn, with the pub on your left-hand side, start to head down Station Road, just before the war memorial on your right, take the right hand turning, signposted St Tudy. Continue for approximately 1.1 miles. Where you will see the gate for the barn on your left, just before you leave the hamlet.