Forming 1 of 4 barns available, Barn 1 offers a brilliant opportunity to acquire an individual plot to create a generous 4 bedroom home, or given the location, a fantastic holiday rental.
Barn 1 - £300,000
A detached two storey stone barn with natural slate roof. The proposed design for a 4-bedroom home with two en-suites and a family bathroom on the 1st floor, with a semi-open plan ground floor kitchen/dining living area and additionally a boot room/utility, w/c and study. Totalling approx. 2228 ft2 with a plot size of approx. 0.2 acres.
Barns 1 & 2 are to be offered with planning permission for the conversion of 2 barns to 2 dwellings (PA12/09743) contact us for more detail
Provisions have been made to enable a mains water connection from the public road to the East of the yard.
There is a 3-phase supply running across the site, but only a single-phase transformer. The Machinery Store has electricity.
The hamlet of St. Ervan offers a beautiful rural position within a few miles of many of the most sought-after locations in the county. For many years, nearby Padstow (4.5 miles), St. Merryn (3 miles), Trevone (4 miles) and Harlyn Bay (4.5 miles) to name a few have been top of the list as holiday destinations or to secure a home or base to explore what Cornwall has to offer.
The outdoor lifestyle is one of the main attractions for this part of the county with a vast selection of beautiful sandy surfing beaches, most notably The Seven Bays. And for boating and water sports enthusiasts, the Camel Estuary offers fantastic opportunities. Furthermore, two of the best links golf courses in the county are located either side of the estuary providing excellent facilities and stunning views from you round at the Championship Course of Trevose and the picturesque St. Enodoc in Rock.
Padstow and the surrounding areas have gained a wonderful reputation for fine food and local produce, heavily due to the likes of Rick Stein, Paul Ainsworth and Nathan Outlaw all with restaurants in the vicinity and the nearby award winning Camel Valley Vineyard.
From the A30 take the A39/Newquay Airport turning, following the signs for Wadebridge. At the third roundabout turn left as signposted for Padstow. After 3 miles turn left signposted for St. Merryn. Turn left at the crossroads and after 0.25 mile the access the entrance is the first turning on the right.