Plot Commercial for sale in Church View Farmhouse and Land, Camborne, Cornwall, TR14 8RQ

Plot Commercial - £500,000

Church View Farmhouse and Land, Camborne, Cornwall, TR14 8RQ

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First listed on: 24th May 2022

Nearest stations: Camborne (0.8 mi)Redruth (2.8 mi)Hayle (6.4 mi)Lelant (7.2 mi)Lelant Saltings (7.6 mi)

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Property Features

  • Former farmhouse, outbuildings and 2 acres of pasture land
  • Potential development land subject to obtaining planning permission
  • Adjoining the Tuckingmill Regeneration Area
  • Former farmhouse and outbuildings set away from the road
  • Generous road frontage and convenient access to local amenities

Property Description

A former farmhouse, outbuildings and 2 acres of pasture land. The former farmhouse and outbuildings is set back from the road and benefits from convenient access to local amenities. Included within is 1.74 acres that is currently allocated for educational use within the local plan. This opportunity has huge potential for planning development subject to obtaining planning permission.

Situation    This property sits alongside the Tuckingmill regeneration Area where major areas of land nearby have been allocated for housing development.?? The land sits conveniently within the town confines of Camborne accessible to the social, commercial and shopping facilities.

The A30 dual carriageway is within a mile of the property providing ease of travel west to Penzance and St. Ives and east to Redruth and the cathedral city of Truro.?

In all directions of the property there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty. To the west of the property is St. Ives and the beautiful Pendeen Peninsula with gorgeous ancient field patterns, pretty unspoilt beach coves and dramatic coastal scenery. To the north the lovely north Cornish coast scenery with the towns of Perranporth and St. Agnes, whilst to the south is the soft scenery of the Helford Estuary with stunning gardens of Trebah nearby. Eastwards is the beautiful cathedral town of Truro with estuarine scenery running to the south coast.

The House    The house is in a dilapidated condition. The house is a two storey dwelling with traditional layout with rendered elevations beneath a pitched and hipped slate roof.   The property sits away from the frontage road accessed via a pleasing driveway surrounded by areas of former garden and adjoined by yardage areas serving outbuildings. The potential to restore the house perhaps with associated uses in the outbuildings such as workshop or annex, is self evident subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents.

The Land    The extent of the property being sold is outlined red on the enclosed plan this excludes the part of the site which has been allocated for educational purposes outlined in blue.?

The land which is allocated for educational purposes may be acquired through separate negotiation.

If the land subject to education allocation is not acquired the purchaser will be required to construct an estate road with main services connection to adoptable standard to the boundary of the education allocation land.

Whilst the land for educational use is retained a vehicular right of access to same for management purposes will be retained via the principal access road as shown by the dotted red line on the enclosed plan. The route of this can be varied through agreement if same needs to be moved to facilitate development.

Planning    The land has existing use consent for single farmhouse with farmland.??Part of the site has been allocated for educational uses.?The land sits within an area where it is    considered likely residential development consent will be granted. The most relevant planning document for the area is The Tuckingmill Framework of 2010.

Outbuildings    Courtyard Barn 5m x 2.5m plus Lean-to 2.5m x 2.2m
Small Corner Shed
Outhouse 2.44m x 1.85m plus 2.5m x 1.8m
Shippon 9.15m x 5.34m of blockwork walls beneath sheet asbestos roof.
Stable 6.22m x 4.37m of timber pole and corrugated galvanise sheet cladding.
Field Shed 7.38m x 4.37m of concrete blockwork and corrugated asbestos cladding.

Services    Prospective purchasers must verify the availability and cost of any services required.

Boundaries    Any Purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the Vendor nor the Vendor?s agent will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the Vendor?s agent whose decision acting as expert shall be final.

Directions    What3words - Rationing.Hydrant.Summer

Agents    Joint Agency with Berrys, Oak House, 32 Ashby Road, Towcester, NN12 6PG.
Telephone: 01327 356147 Email: andrew.tompson@berrys.uk.com

Planning Narrative    There has been discussion with Cornwall Council Planning Department about the future development of this land.   Whilst it has been made clear the educational allocation will be adhered to considerable flexibility has been indicated in connection with residential development on the residual land.

Discussions with Cornwall Council Planning Department suggest the element of the land which sits outside of the education allocation is considered appropriate for housing in principal. Furthermore, the Council would consider the land as ?infill / rounding off? rather than an ?exception site?. This means the Policy requirement would be 25%
affordable housing instead of the starting position for an exception site which would be 100% affordable housing.

Further in negotiating the allocation of the residential land, the Council would be sensitive to striking out educational
contribution for houses built on the land given the provision of a site for primary school within the curtilage and the Council might also be prepared to strike out the requirement for any affordable housing percentage.


A former farmhouse, outbuildings and 2 acres of pasture land. The former farmhouse and outbuildings is set back from the road and benefits from convenient access to local amenities. Included within is 1.74 acres that is currently allocated for educational use within the local plan. This opportunity has huge potential for planning development subject to obtaining planning permission.

Situation    This property sits alongside the Tuckingmill regeneration Area where major areas of land nearby have been allocated for housing development.?? The land sits conveniently within the town confines of Camborne accessible to the social, commercial and shopping facilities.

The A30 dual carriageway is within a mile of the property providing ease of travel west to Penzance and St. Ives and east to Redruth and the cathedral city of Truro.?

In all directions of the property there is scenery of outstanding natural beauty. To the west of the property is St. Ives and the beautiful Pendeen Peninsula with gorgeous ancient field patterns, pretty unspoilt beach coves and dramatic coastal scenery. To the north the lovely north Cornish coast scenery with the towns of Perranporth and St. Agnes, whilst to the south is the soft scenery of the Helford Estuary with stunning gardens of Trebah nearby. Eastwards is the beautiful cathedral town of Truro with estuarine scenery running to the south coast.

The House    The house is in a dilapidated condition. The house is a two storey dwelling with traditional layout with rendered elevations beneath a pitched and hipped slate roof.   The property sits away from the frontage road accessed via a pleasing driveway surrounded by areas of former garden and adjoined by yardage areas serving outbuildings. The potential to restore the house perhaps with associated uses in the outbuildings such as workshop or annex, is self evident subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents.

The Land    The extent of the property being sold is outlined red on the enclosed plan this excludes the part of the site which has been allocated for educational purposes outlined in blue.?

The land which is allocated for educational purposes may be acquired through separate negotiation.

If the land subject to education allocation is not acquired the purchaser will be required to construct an estate road with main services connection to adoptable standard to the boundary of the education allocation land.

Whilst the land for educational use is retained a vehicular right of access to same for management purposes will be retained via the principal access road as shown by the dotted red line on the enclosed plan. The route of this can be varied through agreement if same needs to be moved to facilitate development.

Planning    The land has existing use consent for single farmhouse with farmland.??Part of the site has been allocated for educational uses.?The land sits within an area where it is    considered likely residential development consent will be granted. The most relevant planning document for the area is The Tuckingmill Framework of 2010.

Outbuildings    Courtyard Barn 5m x 2.5m plus Lean-to 2.5m x 2.2m
Small Corner Shed
Outhouse 2.44m x 1.85m plus 2.5m x 1.8m
Shippon 9.15m x 5.34m of blockwork walls beneath sheet asbestos roof.
Stable 6.22m x 4.37m of timber pole and corrugated galvanise sheet cladding.
Field Shed 7.38m x 4.37m of concrete blockwork and corrugated asbestos cladding.

Services    Prospective purchasers must verify the availability and cost of any services required.

Boundaries    Any Purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the Vendor nor the Vendor?s agent will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the Vendor?s agent whose decision acting as expert shall be final.

Directions    What3words - Rationing.Hydrant.Summer

Agents    Joint Agency with Berrys, Oak House, 32 Ashby Road, Towcester, NN12 6PG.
Telephone: 01327 356147 Email: andrew.tompson@berrys.uk.com

Planning Narrative    There has been discussion with Cornwall Council Planning Department about the future development of this land.   Whilst it has been made clear the educational allocation will be adhered to considerable flexibility has been indicated in connection with residential development on the residual land.

Discussions with Cornwall Council Planning Department suggest the element of the land which sits outside of the education allocation is considered appropriate for housing in principal. Furthermore, the Council would consider the land as ?infill / rounding off? rather than an ?exception site?. This means the Policy requirement would be 25%
affordable housing instead of the starting position for an exception site which would be 100% affordable housing.

Further in negotiating the allocation of the residential land, the Council would be sensitive to striking out educational
contribution for houses built on the land given the provision of a site for primary school within the curtilage and the Council might also be prepared to strike out the requirement for any affordable housing percentage.


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