Guide price £330,000
- Development Plot
- Barn Conversion
- Off Road Parking
Beautiful barn for conversion with full planning permission, occupying a private rural location. Viewing recommended.
Situated in a private rural position is this beautiful barn with full planning permission to convert into a spacious four-bedroom dwelling. The barn is positioned near Nanstallon and forms part of Bodwannick Farm. The site is awash with large mature trees which add to the peaceful and tranquil atmosphere of the farm.
The planning permission is for the conversion to a very spacious four-bedroom dwelling, with a two-storey extension and development of outbuildings also forming part of the permission. The existing structure is a former cattle shed with a hay barn and grain store to the first floor. The barn in its current condition is extremely attractive, with classic stone detailing and large open entrance ways to both elevations.
The grounds are very generous which lend themselves to be large garden spaces and off-road parking. The outbuildings included in the sale comprise of a former piggery/stable block to one elevation, and former storage sheds to the other.
For further information please contact Humberts Estate Agents.
The property is located on the edge of Nanstallon, which is a picturesque village close to River Camel, Wadebridge and Padstow. 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. The outdoor lifestyle is one of the main attractions for this part of the county with a vast selection of beautiful sandy surfing beaches 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. Bodmin Parkway Station is easily accessible from where there are regular trains to Plymouth, Exeter and London Paddington. Also readily accessible is the A30 which provides good commuting to the rest of the county. The airport at Newquay (17 miles) provides regular scheduled flights to London Gatwick and several European cities.
From Bodmin, leave the town on the A389 heading towards Lanivet and take the right-hand junction signposted to Nanstallon. Proceed down the hill and take the left-hand turn at the crossroads. Proceed along this lane and after a short distance take the right-hand turn. Continue along this lane, passing the entrance to Bodwannick Farm the entrance to the barn can be found after a short distance on your left-hand side.
Further plans and documents can be found on the Cornwall Council planning portal, quoting ref PA19/06727.