Addendum To Printed Catalogue
Correct postcode TR18 2EQ
An interesting opportunity to acquire a deceptively spacious, four storey, mid terrace property situated just off the main shopping centre of Penzance and within the Conservation area. The property retains a wealth of character features, including aptly a bread oven and exposed beams, enjoying glorious sea views from the upper floor and having the benefit of newly fitted bespoke replacement doors and windows. Planning permission is also in place for residential development of the upper floors, whilst retaining the former framing studio on the lower floors however, others may wish to explore the possibility of creating a single residential unit, or perhaps two apartments as per a previously submitted application, upon which interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Cornwall Council planning department.
Bread Street is situated with the Conservation area of Penzance, in close proximity of the thriving town centre and in turn the sea front, with its recently refurbished promenade and lido. Penzance has the benefit of a mainline railway station and is readily commutable to the A30.
Entrance giving access to the former framing studio with staircases to the lower and upper floors.
Lower ground floor
Former store and workshop.
First Floor: Landing, two bedrooms and shower room.
Second Floor: Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner having triple aspect and glorious panoramic sea views over the townscape and St Michaels Mount.
A Grant of Conditional Planning Permission was issued by Cornwall Council planning department on the 1st April 2016, under application number PA16/01294, for 'Conversion of upper floors of framers gallery and store to dwelling, including installation of new windows and doors'. Interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Cornwall Council planning department.
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