A residential development site with full planning approval set within an elevated position to the north of Penryn and close to Enys house and gardens. This exciting opportunity to deliver five high-quality contemporary homes enjoys a quiet position adjoining farmland and within easy access to the nearby towns of Penryn, Falmouth and the creekside villages of Mylor and Flushing.
- Residential development site
- Opportunity to deliver five high-quality homes
- Full planning (PA21/07665) granted 23/08/2022
- Site totalling in excess of 0.8 acres
- Elevated position adjoining open farmland
- Full details available on request
Brochure available to download
Penryn – 0.5; Enys Gardens – 1: Mylor Bridge – 2; Flushing – 2; Tremough campus – 2.5; Falmouth – 3; Mylor Yacht Harbour – 3; Perranwell Station (branchline trail) – 3.5; Truro – 8.5; Cornwall Airport – 27
(All distances are approximate and in miles)
The site enjoys an elevated position to the north of Penryn. The general topography of the site slopes from northeast to southwest. The original house, High Cross, remains in place and the site enjoys mature boundaries and totals approximately 0.83 acres (o.34 hectares). The site is on the edge of a well-established residential area and enjoys a high degree of privacy.
Planning and CIL
The site has the benefit of full planning consent the construction of five brilliant new homes (PA21/07665 dated 23/08/2021).
The total CIL liability (as per current planning permission) is £92,336.72– this payment will be the purchaser’s responsibility.
Services, tenure and general information
Freehold. We understand that the current property has mains gas, electricity, water connected and private drainage. However, all interested parties are deemed to have made their own enquiries to the relevant services authorities and providers.
Method of sale
The freehold of this site is offered for sale on an unconditional basis by way of private treaty.
If you require access to the site, please contact Shore Partnership for an appointment
Located on the northern outskirts of Penryn, close to Enys gardens, High Cross enjoys a semi-rural position on the edge of an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' close to the waterside villages of Mylor Bridge and Flushing.
Penryn is now a vibrant town with a wide variety of small businesses based along the waterside with the historic town centre including coffee shops, bars, celebrated sushi restaurant, country stores, fish mongers, cycle shops, interiors boutique along with many others. The town is also on the branchline rail connecting Falmouth with Truro and the nearby university campus at Tremough provides a wide range of courses including performing and visual arts, along the Innovation Centre for independent Cornish businesses.
The nearby waterside village of Flushing is a magical setting with its streets lined with former sea captains’ houses. Across the river, Falmouth, the thriving harbour town with its Packet Ships history and creative arts scene, boasts independent shops, restaurants, three beaches and buzzing atmosphere all year round. Twice a week at the nearby Tregew Farm is the popular and highly regarded Food Barn showcasing a wide variety of high-quality Cornish produce.