A Grade I listed church in Cornwall complete with a bell tower, vestry and gravestones has been put up for sale with a price tag of £60,000.
For sale by informal tender, St Pinnock Church in the hamlet of St Pinnock, near Liskeard, dates back to the 14th century and closed for worship in 2017.
Constructed from local stone with feature granite lintels and quoins under a slate roof, the medieval church could make a fabulous Grand Designs-style home – although prospective purchasers are asked to satisfy themselves that their intended use meets statutory planning requirements.
Accessed via a Lychgate the churchyard with gravestones surrounds the church with a pathway leading to the entrance porch and tower.
The church’s west tower was rebuilt in the late 14th century and the nave in the 15th century. Towards the end of the 15th century, the north Transept was demolished and the south aisle with a four-bay arcade erected. Further restoration was carried out in the late 1800s.
Inside, the church has 2,879 sq ft of gross internal space, while outside the land extends to around 0.48 acres. There is on-road parking.
St Pinnock Church lies in the heart of the attractive village of St Pinnock in south east rural Cornwall. The property is under two miles from the village of East Taphouse with its garage and general store catering for day-to-day needs, and around six miles from the market town of Liskeard.
This unique Cornish property is being offered for sale by informal tender with best and final offers invited no later than noon on Wednesday, May 19, 2021.