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A fantastic development opportunity for a building plot with planning for three, three bedroom detached houses on a neighbouring plot to a five/six bedroom property which offers substantial accommodation, a self-contained one bedroom annexe.
Originally two cottages with some of the original parts dating back over 200 years, the property was altered to create The Croft Inn Public House. This thereby provides the opportunity of switching back to two properties or converting to apartments (subject to planning).
Now with the main house used as a family home, there is an additional one bedroom annexe and a building plot for three detached houses - a unique opportunity to develop a site with multiple options in the forever popular town of St Ives. Plans are available upon request.
The main house offers versatile accommodation with six first floor rooms and a bathroom. To the ground floor there is an impressive open plan living/entertaining area, plus a generous sized storeroom. The main feature of this room is the imposing feature fireplace with wood burner and the kitchen/breakfast area leading to a utility. This property, subject to planning, offers an excellent opportunity to be converted into apartments or returned to two cottages. In addition, there an existing one bedroom annexe with its own entrance adjacent to the main house that benefits from a lounge, kitchen and bathroom, this currently generates an annual rental gross income of £8340.00.
Adjacent to the main house is the plot with planning permission for three, three bedroom detached homes (planning reference: PA15/05238).
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 Planning Portal - PA15/05238 and PA19/06483.
Entrance door opens to the:-
Painted wooden stairs lead up to the first floor. Storage recess and door opening to the impressive reception room:-
There is a sense of grandeur upon walking into this impressive living space with the large feature fireplace housing an inset log burner with an imposing wood lintel, exposed granite and hearth which gives a cosy feel to this large room. To the side aspect are double glazed double doors providing access to the garden with adjacent windows. Opening to the dining and entertaining area are a pair of double glazed doors with windows adjacent opening and looking onto a sunny garden enclosure. There is wood flooring throughout this area, additional radiators and inset lighting. Leading from the dining area the room opens to the generous kitchen/breakfast area which incorporates a range of low level units with granite works surfaces and upstands. A range of inset lighting and numerous windows provide natural light. Tiled flooring continues through to the store room and adjoining :-
The utility area provides a useful space for the washing machine with suitable plumbing and drainage.
The generous storeroom offers access to the front with partly tiled flooring, two radiators, a high level window and is positioned beneath the self-contained adjoining apartment.
Large double glazed window to side aspect and wall light point with stripped back exposed wooden floorboards. Radiator, built-in storage cupboards, access to loft and doors leading off to:-
Sliding double glazed patio door and further double glazed window to rear. This is a substantial sized bedroom/first floor reception room. Carpeted flooring, radiator and wall light points
A dual aspect room with double glazed window to front and side, exposed and stripped wood floorboards, radiator.
Double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, wood effect flooring.
Obscured double glazed window to rear aspect. WC, panelled bath with electric shower over and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls and vinyl flooring.
Double glazed window to rear aspect, vinyl flooring, access to loft area.
Double glazed window to side aspect with exposed and stripped wood flooring, radiator, cupboard housing boiler and recessed storage cupboard.
Courtesy window to the stairwell allowing natural light from the flank window. The main feature of the this room is the exposed stonework. Carpeted flooring and radiator.
As previously mentioned there is a small enclosed garden with the main garden accessed from the lounge area, laid to lawn and with side access. Part of the garden area is being used as amenity space for the neighbouring development.
Steps lead up to the entrance door that opens to the:-
Radiator, double glazed window to front aspect and door leading to:-
Double glazed window to front aspect, range of base and eye level units with inset sink and mixer taps. Appliance recess suitable for a washing machine and archway to the:-
Double glazed window to rear aspect and doors leading off to the bathroom and :-
Double glazed window to front aspect, radiator, carpeted flooring.
Obscured double glazed window to front aspect, panelled bath, WC and wash hand basin.
The annexe currently generates a rental income of £8340.00 gross per annum.
Copies of reports, investigations and surveys are available in our office or by request. The Council Tax band for property is band 'A'.
From the centre of the town by the Library at the junction of Tregenna Hill and Gabriel Street, head towards Royal Square passing the Co Op. Just past the Doctors Surgery on the Stennack continue over the roundabout on the hill out of town towards Higher Stennack, continue over the next roundabout turning left before the fire station where the plot can be found on the left hand side and beyond is The old Croft Inn Public House.
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