Springbourne Homes is preparing to deliver a stunning, new dwelling in a prime position in the popular North Cornwall fishing village of Port Isaac.
Our multi-award winning team will transform a derelict garage in the heart of the village into stunning, new accommodation, complete with sea views.
Springbourne chairman Adrian Burr is delighted after securing permission to demolish the former Central Garage building in New Road and clear the enviable corner location ready for the new build.
Adrian said: “The old garage is derelict and dilapidated and sits on a plot that’s in desperate need of regeneration and renewal.
“We teamed up with renowned local architect Jon Hughes who’s delivered a stunning design to create a landmark building in a key part of the village.
“We’re now preparing to transform the site and sweep away the old eyesore and replace it with an eye-catching new build to grace this enviable corner plot position.”
The dwelling will occupy a prime position in the popular tourist destination, made famous by the Doc Martin TV series, close to the rugged Cornish coastline which has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Beauty.
It’s just a short walk to Outlaw’s Michelin star restaurant, also in New Road, just across from the sea front and close to the Platt and the famous fishing harbour.