St. Pinnock, Liskeard


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For sale by informer tender on 19 Mary 2021 - A stunning Grade I listed former 14th century Medieval church in a peaceful rural setting. 2879 sqft of gross internal area, bell tower, vestry and on road parking.


The Church is to be offered for sale by Informal Tender with Best and Final offers invited by no later than 12 noon on Wednesday 19 May 2021. Please contact Stags Office, Launceston, Tel: 01566 774999 for a Submission Form.


The Church lies in the heart of the well respected and extremely attractive village of St Pinnock in South East rural Cornwall. The property is less than 2 miles from the village of East Taphouse with its garage/general store catering for day to day needs. A more comprehensive range of shopping facilities can be found at the market town of Liskeard 6 miles away with its supermarkets, doctors, dentists, veterinary surgeries, places of worship and leisure centre. In addition is a railway station serving London Paddington (via Plymouth). At Liskeard there is access to the A38 trunk road which links to the City Port of Plymouth with is superb range of shopping facilities, deep water marina and regular ferry crossings to Northern France and Spain. The picturesque fishing village of Looe lies some 8 miles to the south of the property and less than 6 miles from the majestic Bodmin Moor with its extensive outdoor leisure pursuits and amenities.


This Grade I listed church is constructed of local stone with feature granite lintels and quoins under a slate roof. Closed for worship in 2017, this medieval church dates back to the 14th century. The 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 1800's.


Accessed via a Lychgate to a pathway leading to the entrance porch and tower. A churchyard with gravestones surround the Church.


1. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves that their intended use meets statutory planning requirements.

2. The vendor reserves the right to remove any of the stained-glass windows, pews, the pulpit, stone font and other furnishings prior to completion, subject to listed building consent where appropriate.

3. The vendors also reserve the right to remove the (wall-mounted) memorials prior to completion, together with the other contents in the church.

4. Further special conditions are listed on the Submission Form for Best and Final offers, available on request.


Mains electricity is connected to the church. Please note the agents have not inspected or tested these services.


Strictly by appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags. Viewings will be on a block viewing basis and it is imperative that any interested parties contact the office to discuss access arrangements prior to travelling.


From Liskeard take the A38 road east towards Bodmin, following the new Dobwalls bypass, and on reaching the main roundabout take the A390 to Lostwithiel and East Taphouse. On entering the village of East Taphouse turn left signposted St Pinnock 1 mile/Herodsfoot 3 miles. After 0.7 of a mile turn left signposted St Pinnock church. Follow this picturesque country lane for approximately 0.7 of a mile and on entering the village of St Pinnock the church will be found on the right hand side easily identifiable by the For Sale board.

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Stags - Launceston

Kensey House, 18 Western Road, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 7AS

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