- STUNNING ELEVATED POSITION
- 11.35 ACRES
- MINUTES FROM THE TOWN
- FABULOUS SEA VIEWS
- VERY DESIRABLE LOCATION
* PRODUCTIVE PASTURE LAND * STUNNING SEA VIEWS * EXCELLENT WALKING & RIDING * IDEAL FOR 28 DAY CAMPING * MAINS WATER * 11.35 ACRES IN ALL
Situation: - The land is located on the western edge of this popular north Cornwall holiday resort. It sits in an elevated position approximately 125 metres above sea level with spectacular panoramic views up and down the coast. The south west coast path lies approximately half a mile north and can easily be reached via minor roads and footpaths. The land is accessed from and fronts the B3263 and there is easy access to a comprehensive network of footpaths, bridleways and minor roads. The thriving and self contained coastal community of Boscastle boasts a health centre, primary school, community centre, post office, two general stores, bakery, newsagents, tyre workshop/garage, public houses and award winning farm shop. Further amenities are available at Camelford, Bude, Wadebridge and Launceston. Access to the A30 trunk road linking the cathedral cities of Exeter and Truro is near Launceston (Around 15 miles).
Description: - The land is available with the following guide prices:
The land is free draining and gently sloping with generous frontage along the B3263. It currently comprises two practical shaped enclosures with the larger field, nearest the road, lotted into two with an access track from the gateway (in the north east corner) along the eastern boundary as shown on the attached plan.
There are spectacular panoramic views over the picturesque village and up and down the coast. The land is likely to appeal to a range of purchasers including those looking for a pony paddock or for grazing of some other livestock. It is also likely to appeal to amenity purchasers just wanting to own some of this stunning countryside in close proximity to Boscastle and the north Cornwall coast.
The land has potential for a number of tourism uses or perhaps for just private camping and holidays for the owner and their friends, under the 28 Day Permitted Development Rules. For several reasons, including: the lands location on the edge of this well serviced village, the fact that the adjoining land to the east has recently been granted consent for residential development, the land has been considered in Cornwall Councils recent Strategic Housing Land Assessment, therefore it might be reasonable to assume that the land has some medium / long term development potential, either on its own or as part of a comprehensive scheme with other adjoining land. Please note that we in no way suggest that planning will be granted now or at any point in the future and that prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves on this point prior to contract.
Buildings: - There is a Nissan hut style building (5m x 11.8m) Approx. near the south west corner of the main paddock. This has an asbestos fibre cement roof and sits on a concrete base. Close to this building is evidence of other former buildings. There is potential for stables or a modest agricultural building, (Subject to obtaining planning consent) Once again, we must advise all prospective purchasers to make their own enquiries prior to contract.
Services: - Mains water is connected and electricity looks to be available for connection nearby. (See Wayleaves Paragraph)
Method Of Sale: - The property is offered for sale by private treaty.
Tenure: - The land is held freehold and will be sold with vacant possession upon completion.
Sporting And Mineral Rights: - The sporting and mineral rights insofar as they are owned are included with the freehold.
Wayleaves And Rights Of Way: - The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any wayleave agreements and any public or private rights of way that may affect it. The Ordnance Survey Plan shows a public footpath runs approximately north east/south west. There is also an overhead electricity line which runs east/west. The necessary access rights and rights to lay services shall be granted from the roadside gateway.
Viewing: - Strictly by prior appointment with the vendors appointed agent, Westcountry Homes Online.
Directions: - From the tyre/garage workshop and former petrol station at the top of Boscastle village head south west towards Tintagel. The land will be found on the left hand side after 475 metres. Directly opposite a bungalow called Failand. A For Sale Board has been erected.