Retail Park Development with Planning Consent for 1,669 sq m (17,964 sq. ft.)
Bodmin is located in the heart of Cornwall, on the A389, A30 and A38. 28 miles east of Truro and 33 miles west of Plymouth Wainhomes are currently developing 288 homes on a scheme opposite the site
The site is located adjoining the new Home Bargains development at Dunmere Road Retail Park on the A389 to the west of the town centre. The A389 links the town to Wadebridge and the North Coast. Other occupiers in immediate vicinity include Jewson, Howdens and Cornwall Council offices. Bodmin has a population of 54,749 within a 20 minute drive Bodmin’s town population is 14,736 (2011 census) and is targeted to grow to approximately 25,000 by 2030
Part of the site (Phase 1) has been developed for a Home Bargains unit of 1,687 sq. m (18,159 sq. ft.) and includes 133 car parking spaces. The remainder of the site (Phase 2) is for sale freehold and has planning permission granted for the construction of out of town retail units totalling 1,668 sq. m (17,964 sq. ft). The freehold land as marked red will be sold with the following rights: Rights sufficient to enable construction of Phase 2 until 2028. Rights to use the common parts including the access road, car park and service yard of the Phase 1 development. This will be covered by a service charge, the details of which will be made available to the purchaser.
A Secluded Country Inn Close to the North Cornish Coast
The Mill House Inn is situated within its own wooded valley just 1/2 mile walk from the North Cornish Coast at Trebarwith Strand and within easy reach of Port Isaac and Tintagel.
Additional DetailsCharming Cornish Inn within wooded valley close to the coast Original Mill House running as an Inn from the 1950's Public bar and restaurant with new function room extension 2008 Eight en-suite letting rooms plus one bedroom cottage suite 6.4 acre grounds Considerable investment within current owners occupation Recently featured in the 'I' newspaper as one of the best coastal pubs in England and Wales Available as a transfer of a going concern with vacant possession. Share sale option considered Sales in excess of £500k per annum
With parts of the Mill house reported to date from the mid 18th century there is charm and quality aplenty for this popular Cornish venue. The current owners are looking to come out of the trade after owning, extending and improving the business over the past 14 years and great opportunity exists to build on their good works. The property is detached and mainly two storey with a separate cottage used as part of the letting accommodation. There is a welcoming bar and dining room, resident reception and impressive function suite/additional restaurant completed in 2008. The inn sits within its own wooded valley of over 6 acres which could provide significant opportunity for further lettings by way of luxury lodges (subject to the usual consents). The Inn has been included within Alastair Sawday’s Special Places guide, the good pub guide and featured in the Sunday Telegraph in January 2018 as one of the top 25 most dog friendly pubs in the U.K.