Polglaze Barton Farm is situated approximately 1 mile south of the holiday resort of Perranporth adjoining the B3284, one of the main roads leading into the village. The village of Perranporth offers a range of local amenities including bank, library, doctors surgery, dentist, school, public houses and shops, as well as an 18 hole golf course and a superb 3 mile long sandy beach famous for surfing and water/beach sports. Other activities include gliding at Perranporth Airfield and riding at local stables. There are superb coastal walks to be enjoyed in the area particularly across Perran Sands, National Trust land and headlands.
The village is situated on the North Cornish Coast approximately 9 miles from the popular tourist resort of Newquay and 21 miles from Newquay Airport, which offers daily flights to various destinations within the UK and Europe.
The main A30 trunk road is approximately 4 miles distant and the City of Truro, which is the main administration centre of Cornwall with large shopping facilities, private and state schools, college, hospitals, main line railway station, leisure and entertainment facilities, including two golf courses, is approximately 8 miles distant.
Polglaze Barton Farm is accessed via a sweeping tarmacadam drive, flanked by open fields, leading to both the property and on to the large parking and turning area. The bungalows and buildings are located centrally within the land, which is ring fenced.
The property was originally a small farm which in recent years has been developed and extended to provide business premises alongside the residential property.
Planning permission has been granted under Application Reference PA21/1300/09/M for the demolition of three existing commercial buildings and for the development of a business park including the erection of nine units providing business and office space for B1, B2 and B8 use together with landscaping works and 52 space car parking.
The two adjoining bungalows are finished to a very high standard and are mainly constructed of concrete block cavity walls with a concrete tiled roof. The main residence, with oil fired central heating and double glazing, comprises a spacious hallway, a large open plan kitchen with breakfast area and lounge, a separate dining room, spacious utility room, four double bedrooms and a family shower room. The main reception rooms take full advantage of the far reaching countryside views.
The adjoining bungalow has a separate oil fired central heating system and double glazing. The accommodation briefly comprises two double bedrooms with a bathroom, a spacious kitchen/dining room, separate lounge and a conservatory with superb far reaching views.
Outside there is a large parking and turning area with access directly to the detached three car garage with electric up and over doors. To the front of the property there is an enclosed garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a raised decking area, a covered hot tub and superb views across the surrounding countryside.