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A development opportunity for two residential properties in the highly regarded town of St Ives. Recently voted “most popular seaside town” by Rightmove and often in the top ten of places to live in England, St Ives has seen a huge demand for property. This consent allows for the construction of TWO substantial detached executive properties split over three floors, benefiting from glimpses of the sea from their elevated positions. There is also parking, garaging and well-proportioned gardens.
Outline planning permission was granted in July 2016, with approval of subsequent reserved matters (landscaping) in August 2018 followed by discharge conditions Nos 6 and 8 in respect of decision notice PA15/04844 in March 2019. The planning permission includes approval for the construction of a driveway off Joannies Avenue providing access to both dwellings. We are reliably informed that all major services can be found in Higher Stennack/Joannies Avenue near to the boundary of the plot.
The dwellings are subject to the H2 notice whereby the properties must be occupied as a principal and main residence. This therefore gives the prospective purchase an ideal opportunity to develop a home in their own Classic Cornwall style, in one of the country’s most desirable towns.
The area of St Ives known as Consols, is approximately one mile from the town centre with is famous landmarks, such as the harbour, Tate Gallery and Porthminster Beach and in 2019 St Ives once again made the top ten of best seaside towns to live. This location gives you the ideal place to explore, close enough to see and enjoy all that St Ives offers yet away from the hustle and bustle. St Ives, famous for its picturesque harbour and sandy beaches, is a small fishing town on the dramatic North Coast of Cornwall. Whilst numerous galleries are scattered in the town celebrating the works of artists such as Barbara Hepworth, Bernard Leach and Ben Nicholson amongst many others in addition, the town boasts a leisure centre with swimming pool, a theatre and cinema.
Full details are available on the Cornwall Council website (Ref: PA15/04844).
From the centre of the town by the Library at the junction of Tregenna Hill and Gabriel Street, head towards Royal Square past the Co Op, just past the Doctors Surgery on the Stennack, continue over the roundabout on the hill out of town towards Higher Stennack continuing over the next roundabout past the fire station where the plot can be found on the left hand side at the junction of Joannies Avenue and Higher Stennack.