The property is located on the edge of St Teath. This sought after and community orientated village benefits from a post office and general stores, butchers, well respected public house, award winning cafe, pre and primary schools, church and village hall.
The barn and land sit in an elevated rural position with stunning far-reaching panoramic views over the attractive rolling Cornish countryside, from Davidstow to the north, across to Rough Tor on top of Bodmin Moor and all the way down to Wadebridge to the south.
The beautiful beach of Trebarwith Strand and Doc Martin's quaint fishing village of Port Isaac are both less than 5 miles away, A comprehensive range of shopping facilities can be found in the local town of Camelford, some 4 miles away, with its supermarkets, doctors, veterinary surgeries and primary and secondary school education.
The popular town of Wadebridge with similar facilities can be found 7.8 miles to the west and is situated astride the River Camel with its famous Camel Cycle Trail linking the towns of Padstow and Wadebridge.DESCRIPTION
Set in a rural setting with stunning far reaching rural views, this small barn and its adjoining paddock offer buyers a wonderful amenity opportunity, perhaps with potential to develop the barn into a 'bolthole' or small dwelling overlooking its own land. Alternatively the land would make a desirable private area for camping, with the barn available for storage of kayaks, surf boards and other holiday paraphernalia, close to some of the most popular surfing beaches in the country.
The two storey small stone barn (4.85m x 6.85m external) sits on the western side of its own 0.25 acre paddock. Two sides of the land are mature Cornish hedges providing good shade and shelter. The third boundary is currently marked by a rope fence, but the Purchaser shall be required to erect a stock proof fence along this new boundary, separating it from the rest of the field that it overlooks.
Small stone barn with 'warm' Pre-app, in a private rural position with stunning views. Suitable for private 56 day camping, (Port Isaac 4 miles). The barn is accessed over a 500m private stoned track, which just leads to the barn and former yard area. The barn sits in an elevated position, surrounded by farmland and overlooking its own 0.25 acres of pasture, currently enclosed within two fields.PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
A relatively positive Pre-app has been provided by the Local Planning Authority for the residential conversion of the barn. A copy of this can be emailed upon request. The property is being marketed on this basis and 'subject to planning' offers will not be considered. Purchasers must satisfy themselves on the development potential of the property.
There may also be potential for to erect a stable or field shelter or modest agricultural building (STP).SERVICES
There are no services currently connected., If required, water could be provided by harvesting rainwater or by installing a borehole. A green off-grid solution could also supply power . Buyers must satisfy themselves on these points.ACCESS
Access is gained from the Highway over a private 110m long stoned track that is just used to access several agricultural fields further up the track. A prescriptive right of way over this track can be passed to the Purchaser.LOCAL AUTHORITY
Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY, T: 0300 1234 100, www.cornwall.gov.ukWAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreements in respect of electricity or telephone equipment and the property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any public or private rights of way. We are not aware of any public or private rights of way that affect the property, although the access track is also a footpath.TENURE & COMPLETION
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession on completion.VIEWING
Viewing of the land is strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags Wadebridge Office (01208 222333)DIRECTIONS
From Wadebridge take the A39 northwards to Camelford. After passing through the Allen Valley, turn left following the signpost to St Teath on the B3267. On entering the village continue past the clock tower and take the next turning on the left into Treroosel Road. Continue out of the village for 0.6 of a mile and turn right where a footpath/track and a farm drive both meet the road from the right. Take the left hand track of the two. The barn will be found after a short distance on the right. The gate into the land being immediately before the barn. A For Sale Board has been erected.