Cowshed in Cornwall with no front or side walls goes on sale for £150,000 – The Sun

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Cowshed in Cornwall with no front or side walls goes on sale for £150,000 – The Sun



A COWSHED with no front or side walls has gone on sale for £150,000.
The ruined barn has planning permission to turn it into a two bedroom cottage.
6 Cowshed in Cornwall with no front or side walls goes on sale for £150,000Credit: Bournemouth News
But it will cost at least £100,000 to convert.
It is on the edge of a farm in Chapel Amble, Cornwall, five miles from the trendy resort of Rock and a short drive from Polzeath surfing beach.
Jo Ashby, of estate agents John Bray, said it could sell to someone wanting a second home or looking to retire there.
She said: “The new owner will be buying a single story barn conversion project.
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“What is currently there is an old cowshed that hasn’t been used for a long time and now looks a bit sorry for itself and needs some TLC.
“But now that planning permission has been secured it can be turned into a handsome two bedroom barn conversion with 1.8 acres of land.”
6 The ramshackle outbuilding is on the edge of a farm in the village of Chapel AmbleCredit: Bournemouth News
6 The stone structure is just five miles from the trendy resort of RockCredit: Bournemouth News
6 The dilapidated cowshed is also a short drive from Polzeath surfing beachCredit: Bournemouth News
6 The ruined barn has planning permission to turn it into a two bedroom cottageCredit: Bournemouth News
6 ‘The new owner will be buying a single story barn conversion project’, the estate agents’ saidCredit: Bournemouth News
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