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New Road, Saltash, Cornwall, PL12

Sold STC £35,000
2.1 ac.

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 2.1 acres (0.85 hectares)

Key features

  • Recently Established Market Garden
  • Edge Of Village Location
  • Direct Access Onto A38
  • Sheltered And Gently Undulating
  • Range Of Apple Trees And A Pear Tree
  • Extensive Range Of Soft Fruit
  • Potential Income Stream
  • Available As A Whole

Full description

2.11 Acres of recently established sheltered market garden with frontage along attractive stream, recently established market garden, edge of village location, direct access onto A38, sheltered and gently undulating, range of apple trees and a pear tree, extensive range of soft fruit, potential income stream, available as a whole

Situation - The land is situated on the eastern edge of the village of Landrake. There is direct access onto the A38 which provides quick access to Saltash/Plymouth and Liskeard. There are good local amenities in Landrake, including post office, shop and the Buller's Arms Public House - a popular traditional pub. The Sir Robert Geffery's School in the village has been judged by OFSTED as outstanding. There are a number of local attractions and activities available including Anthony House and Mount Edgecombe House and Country Park, not to mention the nearby picturesque coastal villages of Kingsand and Cawsand nearby. Plymouth offers an extensive range of shopping, health and leisure facilities. Main line train services are available at nearby St Germans and Saltash.

Description - The land extends to 2.11 acres (0.853 hectares) of very attractive sheltered valley, just off the A38. It is gently undulating and slopes down to the babbling brook that runs along most of the northern boundary and then runs across the land with a small bridge linking the two areas. The land is bordered to the south by the A38 which is reasonably well screened from the land and open farmland borders the property on the other 3 boundaries.
A well stocked "hobby" market garden has been established since approximately 2008. There is an extensive and well tended range of soft fruit and fruit trees, including cider apple trees and cooking apple trees (including the Cornish Giant variety), a pear tree, autumn raspberries, cobb nuts, tayberries, gooseberries, wild blackberries, commercial blackberries, blackcurrants, logan berries and a small number of Christmas trees.
There is a small area of broadleafed woodland. Some areas have been fenced off. This property is likely to appeal to somebody wanting an affordable parcel of land to enjoy with the added benefit of a diverse range of fruit and perhaps a small income stream. Children could enjoy camping and playing beside the stream and the small wooded corner provides an abundant supply of firewood. The land is also likely to appeal to those with a keen interest in nature and wildlife. There are various open areas offering potential to expand the stock levels of fruit, grow vegetables or perhaps keep poultry. There is potential, subject to obtaining the necessary consents, to erect a small building or stable.

Services - There are no mains services connected. The land is naturally watered from the stream.

Sporting And Mineral Rights - Sporting and Mineral Rights such as are owned are included within the sale.

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

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 crossing the property together with any restrictive covenants or public or private rights of way. There are no restrictive covenants limiting the use of the property. The Ordnance Survey Plan does not show any public rights of way that may affect the land and we are not aware of any private rights that affect the property.

Agricultural And Environmental Schemes - There are no subsidy entitlements with the land and no environmental schemes affect the land either.

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 boundaries of the property appear to be generally stock proof. There is a secure gate set back from the road.

Viewing - Viewing of the property is strictly by prior appointment through the sole agent, Stags Plymouth Office. Please take exceptional care when pulling off or onto the A38. It is suggested that vehicles reverse off the main road so they can rejoin it easily in a forward gear.

Directions - From Saltash proceed along the A38 towards Liskeard for just over 3.5 miles. Pass over Notter Bridge and the garage on the left hand side. The entrance to the land shall be found on the right hand side just before a speed camera on the right hand side, and approximately 200 meters before the "Landrake Please Drive Carefully" sign. It is suggested that you proceed into Landrake, turn around and enter the land facing towards Saltash. Please take particular care when leaving and rejoining the A38. 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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03 May 2017


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