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Killiow, Killiow, Truro, Cornwall, TR3

Under Offer 29.7 ac. | £200,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 29.7 acres (12 hectares)

Key features

  • Productive Pasture
  • Equally Suited For Arable
  • Well Water Supply
  • Stock-proof Boundaries
  • Practical Shaped Fields
  • Two Farm Buildings
  • Level Land
  • Desirable Location

Full description

29.73 acres of productive pastureland close to the southern edge of Truro. Productive pasture, equally suited for arable, well water supply, stock-proof boundaries, practical shaped fields, two farm buildings, level land and desirable location.

Situation - The land is located approximately 2 miles from the southern edge of Truro with easy access onto the A39, Truro to Falmouth Road. Access to the land is gained over a stone track with the land set back approximately 200 metres from the road. Although close to Truro and good roads the land is located in a peaceful and secluded location with far reaching views over unspoilt countryside towards Truro and beyond. It enjoys access to a network of lanes and public rights of way. There are excellent shopping, leisure and health facilities in nearby Truro and access via the A30 dual carriageway to the cathedral city of Exeter where access to the national motorway network can be gained

Description - The land extends to 29.73 acres (12.033 ha) and is generally level and comprised within four practical shaped fields for modern farm machinery. Each field is surrounded by established Cornish hedges which provide good shade and shelter, the land is productive, appears well farmed and is classified as Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification Maps. It lies approximately 85 metres above sea level and although currently all seeded to grass 3 of the 4 fields have recently been arable cropped.
The land is likely to suit a number of uses including a small livestock enterprise or arable cropping.

Buildings - Beside the track are two timber framed pole barns measuring approximately 18 x 6 metres and 7.5 x 3.5 metres, both partially clad with corrugated sheeting under a corrugated roof and a soil floor. There is a partially erected timber framed building measuring approximately 18.2 x 18.2 metres without a roof.

Planning Potential - Subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents there could be potential, if desired, to erect further agricultural buildings, stables or a field shelter.

Services - Well water supply. There is an overhead electricity supply crossing the land. Purchasers must satisfy themselves on these issues.

Local Authority - Cornwall Council. County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY. T: 0300 1234100.

Agricultural Subsidies - There are no agricultural subsidy entitlements included within the sale. There are also no environmental schemes affecting the land.

Sporting And Mineral Rights - The sporting rights such as are owned are included within the sale. The mineral rights are reserved from the sale.

Restrictive Covenants - There is a restrictive covenant over the whole property restricting ground mounted solar panels and wind turbines.

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 equipment. The land is also sold subject to and with the benefit of any public or private rights. There are no public rights of way affecting the land shown on the Ordnance Survey Plan.

Plans And Boundary Fences - A plan, which is not to be relied upon, is attached to the reverse of these sales particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves from inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.

Viewing - Viewing of the property is strictly by prior appointment through the vendors agent, Stags Truro Office.

Directions - From the double roundabout at the top of Falmouth Road in Truro proceed south along the A39 towards Falmouth. After approximately one 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 metres before the crossroads. Proceed down the track approximately 60 metres and at the junction turn right. The land ownership starts at this point. Proceed down the track and the land shall be found on the right hand side from the second field on. Please do not obstruct the track when viewing.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

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06 January 2017


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