Land for saleGrampound, Truro, Cornwall, TR2
- 1.3 acres (0.52 hectares)
- Stone barn with potential to convert
- Development opportunities STPC
- Good access from minor council road
- Opposite Trewinnow Vean farm house
- In all about 1.29 acres
Lot 5 - Stone Barn with planning potential, concrete yard, modern farm building and neighbouring paddock - in all 1.29 acres
Trewinnow Vean is located in a delightful, rural, peaceful location
about 10 miles from Truro City centre, 4 miles from St Austell
and close to the well known village of Grampound. From the
farmhouse and buildings there are superb views over the farm
and the surrounding countryside. The renowned beaches of
the Roseland Peninsula are in easy reach as is the town of St
Mawes. The impressive Lost Gardens of Heligan are less than 5
miles away from the farm.
A few miles to the north are the surfing beaches of the North
Cornish Coast. Grampound offers a good range of amenities
including church, pub, surgery and post office, whilst Truro
offers a full range amenities and facilities expected of a county
capital and Cathedral City.
Primary and secondary schooling is available at Truro as well as
three independent schools. Truro and Penwith College has an
excellent reputation and offers the International Baccalaureate.
There are also a very good selection of schools at St Austell
across all age ranges. Communication links are good with
direct access from the A390 leading to Liskeard and ultimately
Plymouth whilst the A391 provides access to the A30 linking
to the M5 motorway at Exeter. Truro provides a main line rail
service to London Paddington and there is a railway station at St Austell, whilst Newquay Airport provides flights to London Stansted and international destinations. Exeter Airport provides a daily shuttle flight to London City Airport
Trewinnow Vean is a beautiful ring fenced arable and grassland
farm offering a combination of commercial farmland and
land high in conservation and amenity. The main 4 bedroom
detached farmhouse sits in the south east corner of the farm
with views over the holding. There is a traditional single storey
stone barn opposite the farm house which subject to the
necessary planning permission has potential to be converted
and in turn could provide additional accommodation and
potentially an alternative income source. The farm last came to
the open market over 100 years ago.
Acreage: 1.29 Acres
From Exeter, follow the A30 south towards Bodmin/
Okehampton. Continue on the A30 until you reach the
A389/A391 slip road towards Wadebridge/St Austell. At the
roundabout, take the first exit onto the A301 signposted St
Austell & Eden Project. At the next roundabout, continue
straight onto the B3274 (Carthew/China Clay Museum).
Continue for about 3 miles and turn left onto Trinity Street. At
the roundabout, take the third exit onto South Street and the
again the 3rd exit on the next roundabout onto the A390. Turn
right and you will arrive at Trewinnow Meor, continue for quarter
of a mile and Trewinnow Vean will be the next property on the
right hand side with an open yard area opposite.
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