- DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
- ICONIC DESIGN
- PROPOSED 2549 SQ FT
- SOUTH FACING
- STUNNING VIEWS
- BEST & FINAL OFFERS BY 19TH FEB
- 4 BEDROOMS (3 ENSUITE)
- LARGE GARDENS
- PARKING & DOUBLE GARAGE
- RIVER FRONTAGE
Full DescriptionCommanding a stunning prospect over the unspoilt countryside of the beautiful East Looe River Valley, a building plot with planning permission for the construction of an iconic and south facing country house in grounds extending to about 1 acre with river frontage. About 2549 sq ft Proposed Accommodation, Kitchen/Dining/Family Room, Sitting Room, Utility, Cloakroom/WC, Playroom/Bedroom 4, 3 Luxurious Bedroom Suites, Double Garage, Ample Parking. Best and final offers to be received by telephone, email or letter to Scott Parry Associates by Wednesday 19th February at 12 noon.
LOOE 5 MILES, SEATON BEACH 6 MILES, LISKEARD 4 MILES, PLYMOUTH 18 MILES Commanding a stunning prospect over the unspoilt countryside of the beautiful East Looe River Valley, a building plot with planning permission for the construction of an iconic and south facing country house in grounds extending to about 1 acre with river frontage. About 2549 sq ft Proposed Accommodation, Kitchen/Dining/Family Room, Sitting Room, Utility, Cloakroom/WC, Playroom/Bedroom 4, 3 Luxurious Bedroom Suites, Double Garage, Ample Parking. Best and final offers to be received by telephone, email or letter to Scott Parry Associates by Wednesday 19th February at 12 noon.
LOCATION The plot lies just outside the tiny rural village of Trewidland in an enviable south facing position with beautiful views over the unspoilt landscape of the East Looe River Valley, which is renowned for it's abundance of natural flora and fauna. This location is accessible with the A38 only 2 miles to the north, however it is truly rural and there is a wide network of footpaths, bridleways and quiet lanes within the valley providing wonderful opportunities for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The village has a primary school rated "good" by Ofsted.
There is a local farm shop, with popular café at Widegates catering for most day to day needs and the nearby village of Hessenford has a church and popular public house.
The town of Looe straddles the wide river with its long bridge and stone harbourside which remains important today as a commercial fishing facility, with a thriving tourist industry and popular with boating enthusiasts. On the edge of the town is a branch line railway station which links with the main line at Liskeard (Plymouth to London Paddington 3 hours).
The coastline either side of Looe is beautiful and unspoilt, easily accessible via the South West Coast Path and the substantial areas of ownership held by the National Trust. There are excellent bathing beaches and a wide network of footpaths and bridleways in the vicinity.
Access to the area is good with main roads leading to the A38, west of Plymouth. The market town of Liskeard, to the north, includes a wide range of facilities as does the town of Saltash with a Waitrose store on its northern outskirts. The City of Plymouth lies within commuting distance and has an extensive and historic waterfront together with an excellent range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. In addition there is a cross channel ferry link at Plymouth with regular services to France and Northern Spain
DESCRIPTION Detailed planning permission has been granted for the construction of a contemporary detached house of striking design, providing the opportunity to develop a unique and iconic rural residence. The house is designed to embrace and engage the southerly aspect over the unspoilt rural landscape of the verdant East Looe River Valley.
Planning permission has been granted for the construction of a new, detached dwelling. The proposed accommodation extends to about 2549 sq ft incorporating a superb galleried open plan living/kitchen/dining/family room with a dual aspect and high apex window, designed to take full advantage of the distracting views. The dwelling is designed with three bedrooms (all ensuite) together with a playroom which could perhaps be used as a fourth bedroom depending upon individual family needs.
PLANNING Planning permission was granted on the 6th December 2017. The application number is PA17/08897 and copies of the planning documents are available by email from Scott Parry Associates or by visiting the Cornwall Council Planning Portal.
NOTE: Dimensions and areas quoted on these particulars have been taken from the drawings and have not been verified. Services - Mains water available close by. Mains electricity closeby. Proposed private drainage. All subject to connection charge.
OUTSIDE There is ample space to create level drive and parking (the first short section of which may be shared) leading to an integral double garage. The grounds are proposed to extend to about 1 acre with a short section of river frontage and plenty of space for the creative gardener.
EPC RATING - EXEMPT
DIRECTIONS Using Sat Nav - Postcode - PL14 4SJ - pass Trewidland Primary School on the left and the entrance will be found in a short distance on the left.
NOTE The marketing material includes lifestyle images of the locality.