St Juliot, Boscastle, Cornwall, PL35


Guide price

7.58 acres of south facing arable land available in 2 lots. Close to Boscastle and North Cornish Coast, road frontage, stream and potential to create pond, sea views. suitable for grazing or camping.


The land is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just 3 miles from the popular tourist resort of Boscastle. There is quick access onto the A39, just 2 miles away. The spectacular North Cornish coast with some magnificent coastal walks and possibly some of the finest surfing beaches in the country is just 2 miles to the north west. The land is gently southwest sloping and enjoys fabulous far reaching views over a 'patchwork' of gently undulating Cornish countryside, coastal cliffs and the sea. It lies about 180 metres above sea level and is classified as Grade III on the Agricultural Land Classification maps.


The land comprises a 7.58 acre south west facing wild flower meadow, The field has been ploughed in the past and the pasture is a broad mix of grasses and wild flowers, which in early summer is carpeted with the small, bright, Yellow Rattle flower. It is available as a whole or in 2 lots:


Lot 1: 3.52 acres (1.42 hectares): Guide £40,000


Lot 2: 4.02 Acres (1.64 hectares): Guide £40,000


Both lots are accessed through a shared access direct off the highway. Lot 2 shall own the gateway, whilst Lot 1 will have a right of access over a 10m x 10m access box, inside the gateway. The land, when divided, will be practical shaped field(s) and apart from the dividing fence, will be surrounded by mature Cornish hedges providing good shade and shelter. The land is likely to appeal to purchasers looking for horse or livestock grazing, or it would be equally suitable for camping or recreational use, subject to any necessary consents. There are a number of recreational uses including siting a caravan or tent that can be carried out for up to 28 days under the Permitted Development Right rules.


At the far side of the field, from the road, is a wetter area that has been left as a wildlife margin, running down to a small stream. This offers potential to create a pond (subject to any necessary consents), if desired.


The land is naturally watered from the stream that forms the north western boundary. An overhead electricity line crosses part of Lot 2 that may be suitable for connection. Purchasers must satisfy themselves on this point. (We believe that neighbouring residential properties are on spring fed water supplies).


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




There are no agricultural subsidy entitlements included within the sale, nor is any of the land entered into any environmental schemes.


There shall be a restriction on the use of the land as a commercial campsite. Private camping/caravanning will not be restricted.


Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall TR1 3AY. Tel: 0300 1234 100.


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 and there are no footpaths or bridleways shown on the Ordnance Survey Plan that cross the property.


A plan which is not to be relied upon is attached to these sale particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves from inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.


If sold in lots, the purchaser of Lot 2 shall erect a stock netting, 2 strands of wire, dividing fence between Lots 1 and 2, They shall also fence off (to the same spec) a 10m x10 m access box inside the gateway with a 12' gate leading into Lot 1 and another into Lot 2.


Viewing of the property is strictly by prior appointment through the vendor's appointed agents, Stags Launceston Office. Viewers are reminded to park considerately when viewing. For road safety reasons, we recommend you access the land from Ringford Farm, to the north east, (owned by the vendors).


From the junction of the A395 and the A39 at Davidstow, proceed north towards Bude along the A39. After 2.4 miles fork left sign posted Marshgate and Boscastle. Continue through the hamlet of Marshgate and after approx 0.5 miles, on a right hand corner, take the second hand left hand turning. After another 0.5 of a mile, at the staggered junction onto the B3263 turn left. Proceed 0.7 of a mile and the land will be found on the right hand side, just after Ringford Farm. It is the first gateway on the right after the double junction with a turning left to St Juliot Church. 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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Stags - Launceston

Kensey House, 18 Western Road, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 7AS

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