Holsworthy Beacon, Holsworthy


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A gently south facing field with delightful rural views and excellent accessibility. Productive pasture paddock, generous road frontage, lapsed planning for a pair of stable and hay store with tack room. No public rights of way. 1.95 Acres (or thereabouts).


The land is situated adjoining the A388, which links the market town of Holsworthy with Bideford. Holsworthy provides all the services expected from a thriving market town including doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeries, a wide variety of shops, including a Waitrose store. From here there is access to the coastal resort of Bude (11 miles) with its extensive sandy beaches and clifftop walks. 18 miles to the south, the Dartmoor National Park offers a wide range of outdoor pursuits.


The land comprises a single enclosure of some 1.95 acres, or thereabouts and is gently sloping, with a southerly aspect and excellent far reaching rural views.

It enjoys a generous length of road frontage and is accessed directly off the A388, although access to a network of quieter lanes is within 525m of the land. Mature hedges surround the land and these provide good shade, shelter and privacy from the road.

The land is likely to appeal to purchasers looking for horse or livestock grazing or tree planting. It would also be equally suitable for a range of recreational uses, subject to any necessary consents, including siting a caravan or tent that can be carried out for up to 28 days under the Permitted Development Right rules. For the avoidance of doubt, the vendors intend to remove the existing static caravan, it is not included within the sale.

Planning consent was granted on 24th September 1996 under Application Number: 1/1010/96/30/0005 for The change of use of land to equestrian use including the erection of two stables and a hay store . The planning conditions allow for an area of hard-standing, parking and turning area.


The Agents have not inspected or discovered any services to the property, and it is the responsibility of any prospective purchasers to identify the availability of services. At the moment electricity is provided by a portable generator (not included).


The plan (which is not to be relied upon) is attached to these sales particulars. Purchasers must satisfy themselves, from inspection or otherwise, as to its accuracy. On the whole, the perimeter boundary appears to be stock-proof.


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


There are no agricultural subsidy entitlements included within this sale and there are no environmental schemes that affect the land.


There are no restrictive covenants restricting n the land,


Torridge District Council, Riverbank House, Bideford, Devon, EX39 2QG, T: 01237 428700, E: customer.services@torridge.gov.uk


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. The vendor does not know of any other private rights of way that affect the land and there are no public rights of way shown to cross the land on the Ordnance Survey Plan.


Strictly by prior appointment with the vendor's appointed agents, Stags, Launceston Office. Please take care, the ground it quite uneven in places.


From Holsworthy take the A388 road north signposted Bideford and Barnstaple. Continue on this road for approximately 2.2 miles and the field will be found on the left hand side of a right hand bend, 500m before the crossroads in the centre of Holsworthy Beacon. It is easily identified by the Stags For Sale Board.

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