CHURCHTOWN FARM, TRESMEER, LAUNCESTON, CORNWALL PL15 8QT
Traditional house (with consent for replacement four bedroom dwelling) in approx 3 acres with extensive agricultural outbuildings including traditional range with consent for workshop use. All in rural location with far reaching aspect. Enormous potential.
The property is situated near the hamlet of Churchtown approximately two miles west of the village of Egloskerry, itself four and a half miles west of the former market town of Launceston which provides a full range of social, commercial and shopping facilities. The property is within two miles of the A395 linking the A30 dual carriageway at Kennards House to the A39 Atlantic Highway at Davidstow.
Approximately fourteen miles north of the property is the North Cornish coast with popular family beaches such as Crackington Haven, historic fishing villages such as Boscastle and heritage attractions such as Tintagel Castle and the stunning North Cornish coastline.
Via the A30 link at Kennards House Exeter is some forty four miles to the east providing M5 motorway link, intercity rail link and international airport. To the south is the city of Plymouth providing intercity rail link, expanding local airport and continental ferry port.
A former detached two storey farmhouse of rendered solid walls beneath natural slate roof. Consent exists under Application and Decision No. 2009/01101 dated 29th September 2009 for replacement with a four bedroom detached dwelling set slightly further back from the frontage road and a detached garage.
Traditional range of former outbuildings with change of use consent for seven workshops providing some 2,580sq.ft (240m²) of space under Application and Decision No. 2009/01105 dated 29th September 2009.
An extensive range of agricultural outbuildings providing some 5,600sq.ft (520m²) primarily of concrete stanchion and concrete walled clear spanned buildings.
3.35m x 1.86m (11' x 6'1")
3.39m x 2.91m (11'1" x 9'7") (including cloak area)
2.19m x 1.67m (7'2" x 5'6")
4.39m x 4.13m (14'5" x 13'7")
1.67m x 1.03m (5"6"x 3'4")
5.38m x 4.07m (17'8" x 13'4")
1.21m x 0.94m (3'11" x 3'1")
4.41m x 4.17m (14'6" x 13'8")
2.92m x 1.87m (9'7" x 6'2")
4.09m x 3.23m (13'5" x 10'7")
1.5m x 1.5m approx (4'11" x 4'11")
1.84m x 2.01m (6' x 6'7")
GRAVEL ENTRANCE/PARKING AREA
30m x 8m (98'5" x 26'3")
Under cover of Application and Decision No. 2009/01101 dated 29th September 2009 planning consent has been granted for a replacement four bedroom detached dwelling providing the following accommodation:
5'3" x 4'7" (1.6m x 1.4m)
13'9" x 11'10" (4.2m x 3.6m)
12'6" x 8'10" (3.8m x 2.7m)
13'9" x 10'10" (4.2m x 3.3m)
13'9" x 9'2" (4.2m x 2.8m)
5'3" x 5'3" (1.6m x 1.6m)
13'9" x 12'2" (4.2m x 3.7m max) plus EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
12'2" x 10'6" (3.7m x 3.2m) including EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM
13'1" x 8'10" (4.0m x 2.7m)
10'10" x 6'7" (3.3m x 2.0m)
Please note measurements scaled from drawings
RANGE OF TRADITIONAL OUTBUILDINGS
OPEN FRONTED DOUBLE GARAGE
5.94m x 5.23m (19'6" x 17'2")
LOOSE BOX BUILDING
14.74m x 5.39m (48'4" x 17'8")
Divided into four loose boxes with three openings onto concrete yard.
11.29m x 4.02m (37' x 13'2")
Of brick walls beneath sheet clad roof.
6.78m x 4.2m (22'3" x 13'9")
2.73m x 1.76m (9' x 5'9")
Serving the traditional range of outbuildings is a
CONCRETE YARD 18m x 13m (59' x 42'8").
CHANGE OF USE TO WORKSHOPS
Under cover of Application and Decision No. 2009/01105 dated 29th September 2009 Cornwall Council have granted change of use planning consent to provide some 2,580sq.ft (240m²) of workshop space.
EXTENSIVE AGRICULTURAL OUTBUILDINGS
CONCRETE STANCHION HAY BARN
14m x 7m (45'11" x 23')
COVERED COLLECTION YARD
19.85m x 7.64m (65'1" x 25'1")
CONCRETE CUBICLE BUILDING
19.85m x 11.06m (65'1" x 36'3")
WORKSHOP 11.22m x 5.34m (36'10" x 17'6")
With vehicular access to frontage road.
The extent of the land is as outlined red on the enclosed Ordnance Survey extract and considered to extend to approximately 3 acres inclusive of farmhouse, traditional outbuildings and workshop space.
The land has generous road access with vehicular entrances at four points. This includes alongside the house, into the concreted yard serving the traditional range of outbuildings and on both sides of the extensive agricultural outbuildings.
Mains water (metered supply)
Drainage - it is understood drainage is by private disposal system within the curtilage. No licence to discharge exists for the existing disposal system. It will be for the successful purchaser to obtain any consent which may be necessary for the existing or any proposed new private disposal system from the Environment Agency.
COUNCIL TAX BAND D
To reach the property from Launceston there are two convenient routes. The "local" route is via the village of Egloskerry, some 4 miles north west of Launceston. Travel through the village of Egloskerry for just over 2 miles where the property will be found on the left hand side just off the road fronting onto the quiet parish road leading to the hamlet of Churchtown.
The alternative route to the property is via the A30 dual carriageway westwards out of Launceston towards Bodmin. At Kennards House take the A395 Camelford road. Following this road through the village of Pipers Pool and at the next junction (after approx 1.5 miles) turn right signposted Tregeare, Tresmeer and Canworthy Water through a valley with stone bridge at the bottom and up the other side to a T junction, in all a distance of just over 2 miles. At the T junction bear right and then take the first right hand turning where the property will be found immediately on the left hand side.
Strictly required by prior appointment through the selling agents, Kivells Launceston Office (01566 777777). Any potential purchasers who have not made a firm appointment to view this property, are advised to check availability with this office prior to embarking on a journey to view. FULL DETAILS OF THIS AND EVERY PROPERTY ARE AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE www.kivells.com