A residential building plot with detailed planning permission in place for a three bedroom detached house, with gardens and on drive parking, comprising of an open plan kitchen/family room, utility room, bathroom and two bedrooms to the ground floor, with the first floor accommodation comprising of a master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room, along with a generously sized lounge with sun terrace. Further information can be found on the Cornwall Council planning site under the reference number PA19/01780.
The vendor advises that there is a water and electricity supply to the plot.
Sennen is set approximately eight miles from the main town of Penzance, on the East coast of Cornwall. Nearby towns include St Just and St Ives within driving distance. The area provides many opportunities to enjoy dramatic scenery, plentiful views and rugged coastline, as well as being located approximately 2.8 miles from Lands End airport, offering links to the Isles of Scilly.
Entrance hallway leading to the family room with kitchen and bi-fold doors leading to the garden, two bedrooms, bathroom and utility room.
Master bedroom with walk in dressing room and en-suite, lounge with access to the terrace.
On drive parking and associated gardens.
A Grant of Conditional Planning Permission was issued by Cornwall Council Planning Depaprtment on the 26th July 2019, under application number PA19/01780, for 'Construction of new 3 bedroom detached house'. Interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Cornwall Council Planning Department 0300 1234 151.
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EPC - Exempt
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