• The former Barclays Bank suitable for residential development subject to planning - £250,000 • A 3 bedroom Coach House with garden - £180,000 • Building plots with planning for 6 apartments (a meaningful start has been made) - price TBC • Buillding plots for 3 residential dwellings (planning permission reapplied for) - price TBC • Situated in Bodmin town centre • 4 miles to Bodmin Parkway Railway Station with links to Truro, Bristol and London Paddington and 15 miles to Newquay Airport
The property lies on the eastern boundary of the retail area at the junction between Turf Street and Fore Street overlooking Mount Folly Square and adjoining a public car park. The property fronts onto Turf Road, which links with the A385 Priory Road and Tennyson Road, which provide the main access through the town and link with the A30 dual-carriageway approximately 2 miles to the east. The A30 dual-carriageway runs directly to the south of the town and is the main arterial route through the centre of Cornwall. The A38 runs from the town and links with Liskeard and Plymouth beyond. The town of Bodmin is located in the district of North Cornwall and has a resident population of approximately 12,600 inhabitants. Retailing within the town centre is focussed on Fore Street. Mount Folly Square has a significant number of historic listed buildings now used for retail, office, public and residential purposes. Main retailers of Bodmin include Boots, W.H. Smith, Clarks, Holland and Barratt, Sainsbury’s, Domino’s Pizza, Costa and Costcutter. There are a number of industrial estates to the south of the town which benefit from easy access to the A38. Ginster’s are one of the main occupiers.