A wonderful opportunity to purchase an individual building plot set in generous gardens with a largely tree lined border featuring wonderful views. The plot is approximately two thirds of an acre and is situated on the Cornwall / Devon border and offers seclusion yet is only 4 miles from Launceston Town and its facilities.
The site currently features a timber chalet which is occupied and therefore has services including electric, private borehole water and drainage are connected. The site also features a second timber lodge offering further potential. The gardens are a real feature of the site and feature a wide range of mature trees and shrubbery with pathways through the gardens and wonderful views over the wooded valley and countryside surrounding.
The planning application number is PA17/04751 and is for a new 3 bedroom cottage style property to be situated on the footprint of the existing main chalet footprint and subject to conditions.
The property is situated in a semi-rural position approximately 2 miles from Launceston Town. The nearest villages are Lawhitton where there is a Cricket Club and Lezant which features a pretty Church and various community events.
Launceston is an ancient town steeped in History with the imposing Launceston castle overlooking the town and surrounding area. Referred to as 'the gateway to Cornwall' Launceston is centred one mile west of the River Tamar, which constitutes almost the entire border between the Cornish peninsular and Devon, the A30 is ideally located on the fringe of Launceston connecting to the rest of Cornwall with great access to the beautiful Coastline alongside the City's of Plymouth and Exeter in the other direction. The town itself offers a variety of individual businesses from boutiques to fine food shops, blending with occasional national outlets including Tesco’s, WH Smith and Costa’s coffee. Local facilities include a leisure centre, medical facilities and well regarded primary and secondary schooling.
Did you know?
The very impressive Launceston Castle dates from Norman times and before the 13th century AD Launceston used to be the capital of the Earldom of Cornwall. Launceston has given its name to other places in the world including Australia and the Cornish name is Lannstefan, Lannstefan is Cornish for Church of St Stephen.