About this property

Addendum To Printed Catalogue

This property has been postponed until 19th April.


Single building plot with planning for a three bedroom cottage under the reference PA14/12123.

A single building plot with planning permission in place for a three bedroom cottage style dwelling. The proposed property will benefit from far reaching views across the Tamar Valley towards the Devon banks of the River Tamar.

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Full Description

Location

Gunnislake is a distinct former mining village circa ten miles from Plymouth. The area benefits from a local train station and bus routes serving the surrounding towns and villages and a selection of local shops.

Proposed Accomodation

Ground Floor: Entrance hall, open plan living room/study, kitchen/diner with utility room off, wc.
First Floor: Landing, three bedrooms and bathroom.
Outside: Associated gardens and parking.

Planning

A Grant of Conditional Planning Permission was issued by Cornwall Council Planning Department, on the 17th April 2015, under application number PA14/12123, for 'Proposed detached dwelling and associated parking'. Interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Cornwall Council Planning Department.

An application for 'Submission of details to discharge condition 4 in respect of decision notice PA14/12123 dated 17th April 2015' was submitted under application number PA17/11985, on the 15th December 2017. At the time of going to print this application was still pending. Please refer to the legal pack and Cornwall Council Planning Department for further information.

EPC

Energy Efficiency Rating - Exempt

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Land At Stannary Cottage, Wellpark Road, Gunnislake, Cornwall

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