It’s very easy to find adverts for building plots in Cornwall. And how many will end up meeting local need? And how many people after looking at the adverts will think of moving to Cornwall and buying a property somewhere, whether it’s an old one or new one?
Area of land with planning consent £325,000
An exciting and rare opportunity to build a new substantial two storey dwelling set in 10 acres of unspoilt countryside on the edge of Bodmin Moor in an elevated location, on the edge of Bodmin Moor just below Sharp Tor with wonderful open views to the south and East. It is rare to find a building site in the country with land and outline planning consent from Cornwall Council, Ref: PA18/0081 Decision date 28th March 2018. The site has Mains Elec ( three Phase) and bore hole water connected.
Situated on the eastern edge of Bodmin Moor, the property is easily accessible from the A30 trunk road which links Exeter with the M5 motorway at Junction 30. The property lies approximately 7 miles south of Launceston and 12 miles north west of Plymouth and 15 miles east from Padstow in beautiful unspoilt surroundings just below Sharp Taw in an elevated position with extensive views to the south and east.
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Building plot Seaton £115,000
A coastal building plot with sea views and only 450 metres from the beach. About 1,500 sq ft (138 sq m) Proposed 3/4 bedroom detached house, reversed accommodation design with two south facing balcony, generous plot, 30 x 15 metres, off road parking, direct access to a network of beautiful footpaths and the Countryside Park.
Location The plot lies in an elevated position on the valley hillside, only a short walk (450 metres) from Seaton Beach, the beautiful riverside pathways of Seaton Countryside Park and the South West Coast Path, all providing boundless leisure opportunities. Parts of the neighbouring coastline are in the ownership of the National Trust. Seaton Seaton provides a popular family beach, good for dog walking and surfing, together with the neighbouring village of Downderry providing a wide range of facilities including pubs, shop, beach café, restaurant, primary school and doctors surgery. There is a bus service and the main line railway station can be accessed at St Germans. The A38 provides a quick link to the rest of Cornwall, Plymouth City Centre and beyond. The historic harbourside town of Looe lies about five miles to the west and provides further amenities. The notable sailing waters of the area are favoured by yachtsmen and deep water moorings are available at Saltash and Fowey.