2nd Nov 2020
3rd Nov 2020
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
* A rare opportunity to purchase a large development site in Mylor Bridge
* Superb site in a quiet traffic free location
* Planning Permission granted for four/five individual detached dwellings 2,340 sqft each
* Four bedrooms, main bedroom en-suite
* Double garage
* Gardens with South facing views
* Viewings Strictly by Appointment only
A rare opportunity to purchase a large development in the centre of the hugely desirable village of Mylor Bridge. The site is minutes’ walk from the centre of the village and enjoys a wonderful South facing view towards the wooded countryside.
The land is accessed from Comfort Road down a tarmacked drive. The site has planning permission for five detached houses. Each house will be approximately 2,340 sq ft and offers four bedrooms, main bedroom en-suite, family bathroom, sitting room, downstairs large open plan kitchen and downstairs WC, utility and access into a double garage.
The gardens will be of generous size around the properties and will enjoy the wonderful South facing views.
This is a superb site in a traffic free location minute walk from the centre of the village.
There is mains water, mains drainage and electricity close to the site.
Please contact for further information and or to arrange to visit the site.
The parish of Mylor is bounded on the north by Restronguet Creek which separates it from Feock, on the east by the River Fal which separates it from St Just-in-Roseland, on the south by Falmouth Harbour, and on the west by St Gluvias and Perranarworthal. The parish is named after the patron saint of the parish, who it is said, established the first church at Mylor near the water. The village is located north of Falmouth on the west coast of the natural haven of Carrick Roads. It once contained a small Royal Naval Dockyard, but the seafront is now popular with yachtsmen.
The picturesque Restronguet Creek is North East of Mylor Bridge. The renowned and award-winning Pandora Inn, located in a spectacular setting on the edge of the Restronguet Creek, is a short drive away and provides a relaxing haven to dine and enjoy its exceptional Creekside location.
Mylor Bridge offers a diverse range of shops including a popular general store, post office, butchers, fishmonger as well as a gp and dentist surgery together with a village primary school and popular village inn, The Lemon Arms. Mylor Bridge has a thriving and active village community with many clubs and associations. Beyond the village is Mylor Harbour which has marina facilities together with a slipway and chandlery, a restaurant and café. There are some delightful coastal walks along the lovely tidal waters of the Carrick Roads.
Falmouth is a bustling harbourside town growing in reputation as one of the most desirable places to live in the whole of the UK. The centre boasts a profusion of high-quality independent shops nestled between high street stores, galleries, cafes, and restaurants. Henry viii’s Pendennis Castle marks the entrance to what is the world’s third deepest natural harbour and is now home to the National Maritime Museum. The colourful harbour plays host to many sailing events and transatlantic races including The Tall Ships Race.
Falmouth has a renowned seafront and is home to Gyllyngvase’ s blue flag beach and popular café. The town has the Maritime Line, which is a branch line providing access to the historic neighbouring town of Penryn, the University Campus and onto Truro where it links with the national rail network.Site planplot 1plot 2plot 3plot 4plot 5aerial photoagents notes
Tenure is Freehold.
Due to the nature of the sale: These particulars are only a general outline for the guidance of intend-ing purchasers and do not constitute in whole or in part an offer or a Contract and all information and services have not been confirmed/approved by the current vendor. Reasonable endeavours have been made to ensure that the information given in these particulars is materially correct, but any intending purchaser should satisfy themselves by inspection, searches, enquiries, and survey as to the correctness of each statement. All statements in these particulars are made without responsibil-ity on the part of lhw or the vendor. No statement in these particulars is to be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good repair or condition or otherwise nor that any services or facilities are in good working order. Photographs may show only certain parts and aspects of the property at the time when the photographs were taken and you should rely on actual inspection. No assumption should be made in respect of parts of the property not shown in photographs. Any areas, measure-ments or distances are only approximate. Any reference to alterations or use is not intended to be a statement that any necessary planning, building regulation, listed building or any other consent has been obtained.
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