Noonzerras Cottage, Crows an Wra, St. Buryan - Cottage for Renovation & Barn with PP

At a glance...

A traditional stone built 2 bedroom cottage requiring extensive modernisation and improvement, situated in a private, idyllic and rural location in West Penwith. Best and Final Offers Friday 2nd March at 12 noon

In more detail...


Best and Final Offers Friday 2nd March at 12 noon

The property is set within just over 3 acres of grounds with a range of small outbuildings including a former stone barn which has planning permission approved for conversion into 2 bedroom residential accommodation.



The property is set well back from the road approached over a long stone surfaced lane leading from the Council maintained road and is about 1 mile from the hamlet of Crows an Wra. Noonzerras is an historic settlement dating back to the 13th Century.

Land's End is the most westerly point of mainland England with an airport about 2 miles away. The village of Sennen has a good range of local facilities including the historic First and Last Inn, church, shops, fish and chip takeaway etc. and is on the road leading to Sennen Cove which has a beautiful and popular sandy beach, lifeboat station, car park, café's and pubs etc. The nearby Drift Reservoir is popular with anglers and bird watchers.

The property is within easy reach of dramatic stretches of the West Penwith coastline with spectacular walks along the South West Coast Path which lead to a string of beaches and coves including Porthgwarra, Lamorna Cove, Porthcurno and Penberth Cove nestling in the cliffs. The Minack Theatre near Porthcurno is an impressive amphitheater, built into the cliffs and holds live performances during the summer months.

The harbour town of Penzance has an extensive range of services and amenities including schools, hospital, supermarkets and shops, sports and recreational clubs, restaurants and café's etc and ferry link to the Isles of Scilly. There is a mainline railway station with trains to London Paddington.


The property extends to 3.15 acres or thereabouts in total area and comprises gardens to the front and rear of the cottage and a pasture paddock to the rear, bounded by Cornish hedges. A stone surfaced track leads to a hard standing parking area with a turning circle.

Noonzerras Cottage is a detached traditional stone two bedroom cottage requiring renovation and improvement. To the front of the cottage is a garden and vegetable plot with two small stone outbuildings. From the property there are far reaching country views towards Chapel Carn Brea and Land's End.

To the side of the cottage and set slightly away is a useful range of stone built barns, formerly two two-storey livestock houses with outside piggery yards etc connected by a bridge with a former water tank on.

These barns have planning permission approved for conversion into a two bedroom residential unit, dated 20th September 2017 under planning application PA17/06484. The cottage with the barns when converted could make a useful and versatile holding suitable for dependent family and relatives, holiday lets, bed and breakfast etc.

Sale Particulars

Guide Price £275,000

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