Trewhiddle Lodge is well located within the hamlet of Trewhiddle and only 2 miles from St. Austell with a range of shops, restaurants, supermarkets and home to the St. Austell Brewery and golf club.
The St. Austell area is easily accessible via the A30 (dual carriageway) to the M5 at junction 31. Newquay airport is 17 miles away.
There is the Pondhu primary school in St. Austell located just off the A390 and the Penrice Academy School as well as Sandy Hill Academy.
The city of Truro being the main commercial centre of Cornwall is 16½ miles away with further amenities and facilities including multiplex cinema and the private school of Truro College. The city has a full range of shopping facilities, a theatre, cinema and Cathedral.
Local tourist attractions in the area include the Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan (Mevagissey) and the harbour town of Charlestown which is regularly used as a film set due to its picturesque nature.
Further into Cornwall is Lands End, Bodmin Moor and the North Cornwall coastline providing surfing beaches at Newquay, St. Agnes and Widmouth Bay.
The level site extends to 3.97 acres and is easily accessible via the Pentewan road (B3273). The site is only 2 miles from St. Austell and 4¾ miles from the South East Cornwall coastline.
Cornwall council has granted the planning permission on the 22nd April 2016 for the development of 23 residential properties. Planning Reference: PA16/03739.
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