Boscastle, Cornwall, PL35


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A gently sloping field with sea views nestled within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Productive pasture land, well fenced single field, could suit camping, natural water supply, westerly facing, road and stream frontage, 7.46 acres (3.018 Ha).


The land is nestled in wonderful Cornish countryside, close to the spectacular North Cornish Coast, and the village of Lesnewth and just to the West of the A39. It lies within the Pentire Point to Widemouth Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, approximately 160m above sea level and has fine rural and coastal views.


The narrow harbour of Boscastle lies just 3 miles away, and attracts a good number of visitors with its charming, character, stone cottages, spectacular landscape and coastal path. There are numerous beaches and surfing coves along the coast and the popular surfing resort of Bude lies approximately 14 miles distant.


The land measures 7.46 acres (3.018 hectares) and is a single, gently sloping field with a westerly aspect. The field is a productive pasture field, bordered by mature Cornish hedges with the occasional hedgerow tree, both of which provide good shade and shelter. Wire fences surround the field, making it generally stock proof. There is a cattle handling area beside the gateway with raised height barriers to assist with loading. The field has generous road frontage along a minor road from Lesnewth to Tresparrett, and gently slopes away, down to a stream that runs along the western boundary.


The land is likely to appeal to purchasers looking for horse or livestock grazing or tree planting. It would be equally suitable for an investor just wanting to own some spectacular Cornish countryside, close to the coast with sea views.


The land could be used 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). There is also potential to erect stables or a modest agricultural barn (STP).




The land is accessed directly off the highway through its own private gateway.


The land is naturally watered. There is a drinking spot in the stream. There are no mains services connected.


Cornwall Council, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 3AY


No Agricultural or Environmental subsidies affect the land.


The sporting and mineral rights in-so-far as they are owned are included with the freehold.


The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of any Wayleave Agreements, 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 nor any private rights of way.


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.


Viewing of the land is strictly by prior appointment with the Vendors appointed Agents, Stags


From the junction of the A395 and the A39 at Davidstow (beside the Dairy Crest factory), turn right and proceed north along the A39 for almost 1.5 miles. Turn left just before Otterham Station, signposted St Juliet Church and Lesnewth. Proceed for a further 1.4 miles past the turning on the left, signposted Lewnewth. Go past Trewannion Farm on your right and after approximately mile the land will be found on the left hand side. 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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