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For sale by public auction (unless sold prior) At The White Hart Hotel 6.30pm Tuesday 25th September 2012 Built in 1882 Tremayna Methodist Church is of solid stone walls, part sheet metal clad externally beneath a pitch roof with natural slate cladding. The property is Grade II listed which means alterations require listed building consent including alterations to the stone boundary walls to garden and car parking areas.
Tremayna Methodist Church is approximately 2 miles from the stunning unspoilt North Cornish coastal resort of Crackington Haven. Crackington Haven is a sandy family surfing beach with rock pools on either side facing due west and attracting the setting sun in the centre of the bay during the summer. Within the Haven there is a popular public house, one or two excellent cafes, tennis courts and running through the south west coastal cliff path. The Haven is flanked by stretches of breathtaking National Trust Cliff scenery and by unspoilt farmland. Also nearby is the hamlet of St. Gennys with ancient church. Tremayna is convenient to the A39 Atlantic Highway at Wainhouse Corner where there is a further popular public house, convenience store, filling station and post office / store (1.7 miles).
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