Land for saleKilliow, Kea, Truro
Offers in Region of £100,000
- Productive Pasture Land
- 4.32 Acres
- Two Level Fields
- 2.07 Acre Field
- 2.16 Acre Field
- Substantial Agricultural Barn
- Cornish Hedges
- Stock Proof Boundaries
- 2 Miles From Truro
- Quiet Location
Full description4.32 ACRES OF SHELTERED LEVEL PASTURE LAND
With a large agricultural building, productive pasture land, 2 fields, generally level, substantial agricultural barn, stock-proof boundaries and peaceful location.
The Land - The land comprises a 2.07 acre field and a 2.16 acre field, both are surrounded by established Cornish hedges, which provide good shade and shelter. The land is level with a very slight south westerly aspect. The land is productive and classified as Grade 3 on the agricultural land classification maps. Subject to obtaining planning consent, there is likely to be potential to either alter the existing barn or if desired erect a new barn or stables/field shelter. The land is ideally suited to a number of uses including a small livestock enterprise, horse grazing (or some other amenity use).
The land is located approximately 2 miles from the southern edge of Truro with easy access onto the A39 Truro to Falmouth road. The land is in two fields, with access through the first field into the second field. Access to the land is gained over a stone track, with the land set back approximately 200 meters from the highway. The building is positioned between the two fields on the far side of the land, accessed across the first field by a stone track. The land is conveniently positioned for Truro, being just 2 miles south, yet set in a peaceful position amidst attractive countryside. It enjoys access to a network of lanes and public rights of way.
Agricultural Building - 27m x 9m (88'6" x 29'6") - A substantial agricultural barn sits between the two fields close to the western boundary. It comprises a combination of structures including a steel frame barn and three bay pole barn. The property is generally enclosed on two sides under a corrugated tin roof with soil floor. There are some internal hay mangers and a concrete apron in front of the building.
Services - Whilst water is not currently connected to the land, this could either be provided by leaving a water bowser at the property, sinking a bore hole or by collecting rain water from the existing or future buildings. Mains electricity is not currently connected although there is an overhead electricity line that crosses part of the property that may be suitable for connection. Purchasers must satisfy themselves on these issues.
Sporting And Mineral Rights - The Sporting and Mineral Rights, such are owned, are included within the sale.
Local Authority - Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY, Telephone: 0300 1234 100, www.cornwall.gov.uk
Agricultural Subsidies - There are no agricultural subsidy entitlements included within the sale.
Environmental Schemes - The land is currently not entered into any Environmental Schemes.
Restrictive Covenants - There is a restrictive covenant over the whole property restricting ground mounted solar panels and wind turbines. There is also a covenant restricting the erection of buildings and the storing of materials, equipment and vehicles, just over a 20m wide strip, running along the eastern boundary.
Development Clawback - Provisions in the sale contract will require a 30% uplift payment to be made to the vendors, if Planning Permission or Permitted Development Prior Approval is granted for a dwelling on this land within 21 years of completion.
Wayleaves And Rights Of Way - The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of any Wayleave Agreements in respect of any electricity or telephone poles, wires, stays, cables or water or drainage pipes etc, either passing upon, over or under the land. The land is also sold subject to and with the benefit of any public or private rights of way or bridleways etc. There are no public rights of way shown on the Ordnance Survey map affecting the property and there is an overhead electricity line which partially crosses the most northerly field.
Plans And Boundary Fences - A plan, which is not to be relied upon is attached to the sale particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves from inspection or otherwise, as to its accuracy. The perimeter hedges of the property appear to be generally stock proof.
Viewing - Strictly by Appointment through the Agents Philip Martin, 9 Cathedral Lane, Truro, TR1 2QS. Telephone: 01872 242244 or 3 Quayside Arcade, St. Mawes, Truro TR2 5DT. Telephone 01326 270008.
Directions - From the double roundabout at the top of Falmouth Road in Truro, proceed south along the A39 towards Falmouth. After just over a mile, take the first turning on the right signposted Kea Church. Proceed through the hamlet of Kea and the entrance to the access track will be found on the right hand side after 3/4 of a mile, approximately 385 meters before a cross-roads. Proceed down the track and turn right at the junction. The gateway into the field is the first on the left after approximately 200m.
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