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Sold STC £225,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Planning Permission Ref.PA17/01327
  • Approx. 0.32 ha (0.80 acres)
  • Approx. 1,725sqft

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


KLP are delighted to offer this fantastic barn conversion opportunity to the market with the benefit of detailed planning permission to create a spacious 4 bedroom detached dwelling with a gross internal floor area of approximately 160.25m2 (1,725sqft). The proposed plans are for conversion of the existing barn together with a substantial element of a new build two storey extension to the north to create a L-shaped dwelling. This barn will have a shared vehicular access from the east and the plot extends to approximately 0.32 hectares (0.80 acres) and includes a disused stone barn to the north east of the main barn which may be used as a garage/car port.

Part of the field to the north of the barns is included within the sale together with part of the access drive, another small outbuilding to the south east of the barn and the hard-standing area of some former sheds to the north east of the barn.


Par is a village and fishing port with a harbour and beach on the south coast of Cornwall approximately 3.5 miles east of St Austell. The harbour was developed to serve the copper mines and other mineral sites in and surrounding the Luxulyan valley. China clay later became the dominant traffic as copper working declined and the harbour and the china clay dries remain as distinctive features of the industrial heritage; however, the mineral activity is now much reduced.


Offers are invited in the region of 225,000 for Barn B and the land highlighted in blue on the illustrative sale plan below.


Please contact either of the joint sole agents to arrange a convenient time for an accompanied viewing:

KLP on 01392 879300


Liddicoat & Co on 01726 69933.


Cornwall Council granted Planning Permission (Ref.PA10/05190) for conversion of the disused barns into 3 dwellings at Penpell Farm, Par, St Austell, PL24 2SA on 23rd March 2011. The Council had notification of commencement of works on 18th March 2014

A subsequent planning application (Ref. PA17/01327) was approved on 16th May 2017 for re-design of the existing approval to convert the disused barns into 2 detached dwellings, new package treatment plant and associated parking, amenity areas and landscaping.

Copies of the plans and planning permission are available upon request from the agents.

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Added on Rightmove:
22 June 2017

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