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Portloe, Truro

Sold STC £50,000
7 ac.

Property Description

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  • 7 acres (2.8 hectares)

Key features

  • Parcel of Coastal Land
  • Approximately 7 Acres
  • Wonderful Coastal Views
  • Close to the Beach

Full description

A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A PARCEL OF LAND WITH WONDERFUL COASTAL VISTAS This is a very rare opportunity to purchase a parcel of coastal land in a very beautiful and unspoilt location where land seldom comes on to the open market. It will be of particular interest to those looking for land for conservation purposes.

A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A PARCEL OF LAND WITH WONDERFUL COASTAL VISTAS

A rare opportunity to purchase a parcel of land with wonderful coastal vistas comprising approximately seven acres of amenity or conservation land running right down to the high tide line and accessed only by a bridlepath or coast footpath. We understand many years ago the land was used for arable production but has since reverted to its natural vegetation. The south west coastal path extends along the western and northern perimeter of the land and understand there are no further paths crossing through the land.

The land is set within the Parish of Veryan and close to the picturesque hamlets of east and west Portholland in an unspoilt area on the eastern edge of the Roseland peninsula. The majority of the land around is owned by the Caerhayes Estate in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The land is approximately one mile from the unspoilt village of Portloe with public house and hotel/restaurant, which is equally picturesque and is one of the jewels of the Roseland peninsula. Approximately two miles distance the larger village of Veryan known for its picturesque thatched round houses, there is a further public house, primary school, post office/general store as well as social/sports hall with indoor bowls and tennis courts. Much of the land in the area is also owned and protected by the National Trust and the cliff tops walks, coves and beaches in the immediate areas are exceptional.

The city of Truro with its Cathedral and fine shopping centre is about thirteen miles away. There is a main line railway station to London (Paddington) and also the Treliske hospital which serves the whole of the county.

Proceeding along the A3078 from Tregony to St. Mawes turn left towards Veryan. Just after passing the service station at Bessey Beneath. Continue along this road and take the third turning on the left at a sharp right hand bend where signposted to Portholland and Portloe. On entering the hamlet of Treviskey continue straight ahead where there is a further sharp right hand bend which takes you down to Portloe. Follow this country road for over half a mile and just before it descends down the hill into the valley there is an unmarked private lane on the right hand side, follow this bridleway on foot to way sign (Morva, Portloe, Portholland) this is the start of the land, 90 metres further on a stile and broken gate mark the eastern boundary.

This is a very rare opportunity to purchase a parcel of coastal land in a very beautiful and unspoilt location where land seldom comes on to the open market.
It will be of particular interest to those looking for land for conservation purposes.


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Added on Rightmove:
31 August 2017

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