The plot is situated on the western edge of this popular moorland village, being the last development to the north of Tripp Hill. St Neot boasts a vibrant community and was previously awarded the title of 'Village of the Year' in 2004. Set on the River Loveny the village is nestled in a sheltered valley on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor and provides a range of local amenities including the 15th century parish church, 'The London Inn' public house, primary school and community hall. The market town of Liskeard lies approximately 6 miles east of the village and offers a variety of retail facilities, secondary school and a mainline railway station on the Penzance to London line.
The plot is situated immediately off Tripp Hill and has an existing access from the public highway. We understand that the overall site extends to some 5400 ft2 (501 m2) or thereabouts, which enjoys extensive rural and moorland views to the rear.
Conditional outline planning permission was granted by Cornwall Council on 19th July 2017 (Application Number:- PA17/00382) for the construction of a new two storey detached dwelling.
Copies of the decision notice, proposed elevations and site plan are available from the Lostwithiel Office of Jefferys. Alternatively all the relevant planning documents can be viewed and downloaded from the 'Online Planning Register' of the Cornwall Council Website:- www.cornwall.gov.uk
We understand that mains water and electricity are available on Tripp Hill with mains drainage available at the rear edge of the plot. However, interested parties should verify by making their own enquiries and to ascertain connection costs.
Heading in an easterly direction from the village of Mount, proceed down Tripp Hill into St Neot and the plot is located on the left-hand side.