Land for saleMaxworthy, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15
- 99.5 acres (40.3 hectares)
- 99.46 Acres 40.252 Hectare
- As a Whole or 2 Lots
- Predominantly Pasture
- Equally Suitable for Arable
- Mains/Natural Water Supply
- Stock Proof Boundaries
- Gently Sloping
- Practical Shaped Fields
99.46 acres (40.25 hectares) of productive, arable quality land with easy access off two roads, predominantly pasture, naturally/mains watered, stock proof boundaries, gently sloping, practical shaped fields
Situation - The land lies approximately mid way between Canworthy Water and Maxworthy and has generous road frontage along the minor road from North Petherwin to Canworthy Water/Maxworthy and also along the Maxworthy to Canworthy Water road, . Launceston lies approximately 9 miles to the south east, Camelford 11 miles to the west and Holsworthy 12 miles to the north east. All three towns offer a good range of shopping and leisure facilities.
The land lies in generally unspoilt, attractive Cornish countryside. The A30 dual carriageway at Launceston provides fast access to the cathedral cities of Truro and Exeter and the National motorway network at Exeter (54 miles). There are also main line rail services from Exeter to London in just under 2 hours. Nearby North Petherwin has an active community spirit with a community hall, football club and well regarded primary school with a good "OFSTED" report. There is a highly regarded new livestock market at Holsworthy.
Description - The land extends to approximately 99.46 acres (40.252 hectares) in all and is available as a whole or in 2 lots. It has all been farmed in an arable rotation in the past and apart from one field in Lot 1 that is growing winter cereals, it is currently all seeded to grass,
Lot 1 comprises 71.27 acres (28.842 ha) Guide Price £450,000 This lies within a ring fence with two road accesses onto the Canworthy Water/Maxworthy road.
Lot 2 comprises 28.19 acres (11.408 ha) Guide Price £180,000 Two fields with two road accesses off the minor road to North Petherwin.
The fields in both lots are generally stock proof and surrounded by mature Cornish hedges, which provide good shade and shelter. The fields are generally of practical sizes and shapes for modern farm machinery and are highly productive. The land lies approximately 100 metres above sea level and appears to have been well farmed and is in very good heart. There is a stream running between the lots.
Services - We believe mains water is available for connection close-by (further information available upon request). The land is also naturally watered. Mains electricity runs on overhead cables alongside the property. Purchasers must satisfy themselves on the suitability for connection.
Subsidies - The land has been claimed under the Basic Payment Scheme for the current year. The purchaser will be required to take on the vendor's Cross Compliance obligations. The entitlements will be transferred to the purchaser in time to submit the 2017 claim. There are not environmental grants that effect the land.
Sporting And Mineral Rights - The Sporting and Mineral Rights in so far as they are owned are included in the freehold.
Wayleaves, Rights Of Way, Etc - The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreements in respect of electricity or telephone equipment and is also sold with the benefit of any public or private rights of way. There are no public rights of way shown on the Ordnance Survey Plan. The vendor does not believe there are any private rights that affect the property.
Restrictive Covenant - There is a restrictive covenant restricting the erection of any structures or the storage of machinery, caravans, fodder or muck within the area shaded green in the NE part of the property, as shown on the attached plan.
Plans And Boundary Fences - A plan which is not to a recognised scale and is not to be relied upon is attached to these particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.
Access - Both lots are accessed via two gateways each, directly off the highway.
Local Authority - Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3AY. Tel: 0300 1234 100.
Tenure - Freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.
Viewings - Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags.
Directions - From Launceston proceed north west towards Bude on the B3254. Follow the road through Yeolmbridge and Ladycross. Continue until the left hand turn signposted North Petherwin (just before the Countryman Inn). Turn left here and after approximately 100metres bear right signposted Clubworthy. Proceed along this lane for 3.1 miles and turn left signposted Canworthy Water and North Petherwin. After 0.3 of a mile turn right signposted Canworthy Water. Proceed along this road through the hamlet of Maxworthy, continue over the small bridge and past the entrance to a solar park on the right hand side. Lot 1 is accessed through the first and second field gateways on the left after the driveway to Pattacott Farm. Or continue past these and take the turning left, signposted North Petherwin, and Lot 2 is also accessed through the second and third field gateways on the left. A For Sale board has been erected.
These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.
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