A 2.55 acre prime location building plot with full planning consent for a contemporary design detached sea view property. The floor area is 437m2
There is a current large detached bungalow ideal for refurbishment or conversion with no onward chain
• Stunning location with views towards Trevaunance Cove and the sea
• Fantastic renovation project with this spacious detached bungalow
• 4 bedrooms with the potential to create a separate 1 bed annex to one side
• Potential to extended the existing bungalow subject to planning consent
• There is also full Planning permission to build a large unique architectural designed executive sea view property
• A stunning reverse level 5/6 bedroom property with elevated sea views from the spectacular sitting room
• Full plans are available at request
• Large plot of 2.55 acres consisting of gardens, a long driveway and parking for several cars
• No onward chain
The Bungalow When arriving at the property, the first impression is of space due to the unique location. The bungalow sits at the end of the driveway giving you a glimpse of what's to come. The property does require improvements, updating and some reconstruction plus decorating. However, it does offer the huge potential to create a stunning family property. You enter via a large sliding door into the enclosed carport/courtyard area. The property is then arranged in two sections. The first to the right is the potential annex which will need a full renovation.
1 This will then consist of a living area, kitchen, bathroom and a double bedroom. (Plumbing and electrics not tested.) The courtyard has a separate utility room and, if included, could also be part of the annexe arrangement. Moving into the main part of the property, the hallway gives access to the 4 bedrooms, bathroom and a separate WC. Located to the rear of the property is the l-shaped living and dining areas. From the large living room, there are views over the gardens, towards St Agnes Beacon and a superb sea view. The kitchen/breakfast room, also to the rear, is fitted with a range of units, oven, hob and spaces for appliances. This room also has a superb sea view, looking up the coast.
2 This property could be a stunning home with the right creative touches, drawing the sea views into the property, allowing you to appreciate the coastline. This would also make a very individual bespoke holiday home.
Gardens The large gardens surround the property to three sides predominantly made up of lawn areas with some shrubs and Cornish stone hedging. There is also a large area of land to the north side covered with gorse which, if cleared, would enhance the gardens enormously. The total plot is 2.55 acres.
Contemporary designed new build This property has been designed by Peter Scott of a contemporary design to maximise the stunning location, sea views, plus giving modern and practical living accommodation. The clever design starts with the reverse level over the ground floor, plus offering up to 6 bedrooms. The spacious entrance reception will give access to the master bedroom having an en-suite, walk-in dressing room and bi-folding doors opening out to a terrace, capturing the stunning view. The second bedroom also has an en-suite and a terraced area with sea views. Staying on the level, there is a family bathroom, utility room and a double garage.
3 The first floor will take your breath away with this very large open plan family space. This room stretches the full width, creating a sitting area with magnificent views towards the coast, then the dining area with full height picture frame views of the sea, to the stylish kitchen area, again with full sea views. From the kitchen, doors lead out to a superb sun terrace. However, from the sitting room, folding doors lead out to a larger sun terrace that wraps around one corner. This also has a great feature of the external spiral staircase to the gardens. Also to the first floor are a shower room and a study or sixth bedroom. This property would be an exceptional home with superb coastal views, located in one of Cornwall's sought-after locations. Application number: PA16/01850. The floor area is 437m2.
Services The property has mains electricity and water. There is a private drainage system. Oil fired boiler for central heating. Council Tax Band E.
Location The property is conveniently located for access onto the picturesque North Coast path and down into Trevaunance Cove, popular with surfers. The cove is accessed via road down through the village and there are several car parks in the cove, all within walking distance of the beach. Trevaunance Cove is well-equipped for a day at the beach, with a cafe overlooking the sands, toilet facilities, a fish & chip shop and a lovely old traditional Cornish inn, The Driftwood Spars. Dogs are allowed on this beach all year round, and there is lifeguard duty throughout the summer months. Interesting features along the coast include Trevellas Porth, Chapel Porth, Hanover Cove and Porthtowan which have popular beaches; there are also two beaches at Perranporth.
4 The village centre of this thriving coastal community of St Agnes is only a half a mile walk away with bakers, butchers, green grocer, local mini markets, hairdressers, restaurants, bars and cafes. There is a primary school, doctors, dentists, vets, church and chapel within the village. This World Heritage mining area is also designated an 'area of outstanding natural beauty' which is apparent when wandering along the coastal footpath.
5 Truro itself is approximately 9 miles distant and provides a mainline rail station connecting to London Paddington and the north as well as the facilities you would expect for the main administrative, recreational and retail centre for the county. St Agnes is fast becoming one of the most sought-after destinations in mid Cornwall to live, own a second home or holiday due to its facilities and excellent communication links throughout Cornwall with the A30 just four miles away.