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Planning permission approved to construct two impressively designed detached homes set within an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty".

For sale: £430,000.00|Land, Residential Land, Leisure, Commercial Land, Residential

Property details

FOR SALE£430,000.00
ADDRESSRosudgeon, Penzance
TYPELand, Residential Land, Leisure, Commercial Land, Residential
TENUREDevelopment Opportunity, For Sale Freehold
POSTED ON12th June 2024


The site is located to the west of Landvue, an existing dwelling situated to the southeast of Rosudgeon. Penzance is approximately six miles to the west, and Helston is seven miles to the east.

The site is relatively flat and overgrown with small trees and shrubs.

Rosudgeon over recent years is sought after for development and this land is one of the last areas to be developed in the village.


The site sits between two roads, the A394 to the North and Trevean Way to the south.

Commuting and travel from Helston Road are convenient. Penzance railway station offers regular services to nearby towns and cities, making it easy to explore the surrounding areas. Additionally, the A30 road connects Penzance to the rest of Cornwall, ensuring convenient travel by car.

The bus stops are located within 10 meters on the A394, providing regular buses to Penzance, Helston, Camborne, and Falmouth.

Heliport and Ferry to the Isles of Scilly located in Penzance.

Exploring The Beautiful Coastline

One of the key highlights of living on Helston Road is the proximity to the breathtakingly Cornish coastline. Just a short distance by car are beautiful sandy beaches, perfect for leisurely walks, picnics, or water sports activities.

Walking the coast path will bring you views of St, Michael's Mount and across to Marazion, Penzance and Newlyn to the west. To the east across to the Lizard Point and Goonhilly Downs.

Helston Road provides easy access to a variety of amenities, including charming cafes, local shops, supermarkets, restaurants, art galleries, and the Penlee House Gallery & Museum.

Taxi service, fish and chip shop, local garage, car sales, sports and social club, restaurant and Co-op within the village of Rosudgeon. Local beaches and fuel station approx 2 miles.

Local Interest

Rosamund Pilcher books and films are based around the area. Prussia Cove within walking distance has been used as the backdrop for films.


South west water main runs parallel to main road.

Western Power (National Grid) runs east on the site

Additional Information available upon request

Local Comparable Properties.

Approval & Conditions.

Design & Access Statement.

CIL document confirming liability to purchaser of the site.

Plot 1 Layouts.

Plot 2 Layouts


Location: Rosudgeon, Penzance

Penzance (3.6 miles)

St Erth (8.1 miles)

Carbis Bay (8.4 miles)

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