Homer Park Farmhouse

7 bedroom property for sale in Homer Park, Port Isaac, North Cornwall

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At a glance

  • 7 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
  • EPC Grade: E
  • Postcode: PL29 3SR

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Property Particulars

• Panoramic views over country towards the coast
• Superb development opportunity
• A short walk from the historic fishing village of Port Isaac
• Excellent letting history (as current dwelling)
• Planning Ref PA12/06925
• Currently 3,690 sq. ft. with permission of 7,104 sq. ft. (new build)
• In all about 1.5 acres (0.6 hectare)

Homer Park is a substantial property located in an exceptional and elevated position with extensive country and coastal views. Set in 1.5 acres of its own land, the current vendors have obtained an exciting, detailed planning permission for a contemporary seven bedroom replacement dwelling.

Port Isaac is a traditional and quintessential Cornish village steeped in history and still serving as an active fishing port. Famous not only by its quaint cottages and narrow streets, the village has been the stage for various films and television series such as Doc Martin and home to the well-known shanty singers, The Fisherman’s Friends.

The village has a friendly local community and boasts all the usual facilities and amenities for day to day living; shops, doctor’s surgery, primary school, galleries and excellent restaurants including Nathan Outlaw’s Michelin star restaurant Outlaws Fish Kitchen. For more extensive amenities, the thriving market town of Wadebridge is just a 20 minute drive.

Just 5 miles away is the surfing haven of Polzeath and 7 miles distant the beautiful sandy beach at Rock offering an impressive array of water sports, a ferry to Padstow, various restaurants, public houses and for the golfers the Championship St. Enodoc Golf Course.

The current house is adjoined by three neighbouring properties and comprises of large and spacious living accommodation over three floors. The original farmhouse has been extended over the years and has been used for a variety of purposes including a family home, hotel, B&B, surf lodge and more recently a holiday let catering for large parties and families.

This extensive property, set over 3,500 sq. ft, has generous living space with two sitting rooms, a large kitchen/dining room, seven bedrooms (three en-suite), and various wet rooms and bathrooms.

At the front of the property is a generous garden laid to lawn. To the side of the house is an outdoor heated pool and patio area, ideal for entertaining.

To afford greater privacy, the planning has enabled the property to be constructed away from the adjoining houses. The new farmhouse-style dwelling, in excess of 7,104 sq. ft., will feature dramatic oak frame glazing to the gable end with a glass balcony on the first floor, providing a platform on three sides of the home to take full advantage of the views across this area of outstanding natural beauty. Additionally, the property will have an external heated swimming pool with pavilion, private garden and courtyard.

Mains water & electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Please note any boundaries shown are drawn to the best of our knowledge and are for indicative purposes only

Further land may be available by negotiation.

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