- Development Plot
An excellent building plot with planning permission (PA19/04034) for a contemporary home set within a beautiful rural plot of 0.64 acres in the gorgeous seaside village of Coverack.
This a fantastic opportunity to purchase a building plot with conditional planning permission (PA19/04034) for a two bedroomed contemporary dwelling close to the beach in the beautiful coastal village of Coverack. The plot is situated on a private lane shared with only two other properties, enjoys a large garden and a substantial timber frame building which provides a garage as well as either a workshop or storage building.
Offering privacy and tranquillity, the plot and gardens total 0.64 acres of grounds. There is a gentle gradient of the land from east to west with the west boundary lined by a flowing stream and backing onto thick woodland, enhancing the sense of rural of privacy whilst being moments from the beach.
The proposed design boasts a contemporary style with a range of materials, interesting angles and protrusions promoting natural light through the property. There are generous gardens to the north of the plot which are a beautiful expanse of lawn and mature trees. Excellent in its current use as an atractive garden but the great space also provides the brilliant lifestyle opportunity for a small holding. This area certainly offers potential for further development (subject to planning permission). Note: this section of the plot is subject to an overage clause, (see agent for details - a copy of the overage agreement can be made available)
Directly within the private lane is mains drainage, mains water, electricity supplies as well as telephone/broadband connection including fibre.
LOCATION & SURROUNDING AREA
The plot is situated on a private lane, shared with only two other properties in the gorgeous harbour village of Coverack, a hidden gem nestled into the southern coast of the Lizard Peninsula. This picturesque fishing community is home to a stunning beach, beautiful harbour, village school, St. Peters Church and many local businesses including a convenient village stores, independent café and gallery, The Paris and The Bay hotels and restaurants. The historic village of St Keverne is approximately 2 miles away offering further amenities together with a doctors surgery.
The Lizard peninsula which is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is one of the most beautiful, unspoilt areas of the southern Cornish coast with amazing river and coastal scenery, it is perfect for walking, cycling, sailing and fishing and as you drive south from Helston it really does feel as if you are entering a different world.
This area is rich in history and it is said that the remote location and many coves and creeks allowed smugglers to continue to function here long after their business had been successfully eradicated elsewhere. The nearest commercial centres are Helston (11 miles) and Falmouth (20 miles). The Cathedral city of Truro (24 miles) offers more comprehensive facilities including private and public sector schooling.
It is famous for the local serpentine stone, a unique metamorphic rock which is dark green veined with red and white. With its dramatic and historic stretch of Cornish coast The Lizard peninsula, the most southerly part of the British mainland, is a place apart. A combination of the mild maritime climate and complex and unique geology has produced an area with a distinctive character, well known for its rare and unusual flora and where the famous call of the Cornish chough is never far away.
From Helston, follow the A3083 around RNAS Culdrose, taking the first exit at the roundabout signposted for The Lizard, St. Keverne, Gweek and Coverack. Follow the B3293 through Garras for approx. 6 miles turning right onto the B3294 for Coverack. Upon entering the village, passing Bounder Treath on the left the access road can be found a short way along on the right hand side, signposted The Coverts & High Meadow. The plot is located beyond the first property.