A traditional stone barn with planning consent for residential conversion situated within a World Heritage area close to the popular moorland village of Minions. The proposed accommodation offers an L-shaped design with living room, kitchen / diner, master bedroom with en-suite and a further two bedrooms, bathroom and W.C. The barn sits on a generous plot with excellent moorland views. Minions village is roughly 5 miles north of Liskeard being the highest village in Cornwall and enjoying spectacular views with the village containing post office/shop, Hurlers Halt Tea Rooms, named after the nearby stone circles and the popular Cheesering public house renowned for its food and named after the rock formation on the top of the Tor above the village. The area is steeped in history and archaeological interest from the Bronze Age to copper and tin mining and the South Phoenix mine engine house has been converted to a heritage centre. The village is surrounded by moorland providing superb riding and walking country. OUTSIDE The barn is approached by an unmade lane a short distance from the village of Minions and is set on a generous plot with an area of land which could be utilised as parking or could be landscaped. Further land is available by separate negotiation.      PLANNING CONSENT Conditional planning permission was granted on 1st November 2013 for the conversion of the redundant barn into a three bedroom residential unit (PA13/10047).  Please find a copy of the decision notice attached to these particulars.      LOCAL AUTHORITY Cornwall Council, Luxstowe House, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 3PZ. SERVICES Prospective purchasers are to make their own enquiries as to the services provided.   DIRECTIONS From Kivells Liskeard office proceed out of town through The Parade and straight ahead at the mini-roundabout onto Greenbank Road. Pass the Council Offices on the right and continue ahead at the mini-roundabout and turn left onto St. Cleer Road signposted

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