46 acres of Land - Off Buckett's Hill, Redruth

At a glance...

The land is situated on the southern outskirts of the town of Redruth and has the benefit of long road frontage and direct access from the B3297 Buckett’s Hill.
The land is ideal for livestock grazing or arable cropping and could be divided into smaller parcels suitable for hobby farming or equestrian interests.

In more detail...

The land is comprised within a number of handy size field enclosures which are level or gently sloping with interlinking gateways and Cornish hedge boundaries and there are also areas of non-productive former mine workings and burrows. Mains water is connected to cattle drinking troughs in the land.

The land is ideal for livestock grazing or arable cropping and could be divided into smaller parcels suitable for hobby farming or equestrian interests.

Part of the land may have some long term development potential.

REDRUTH TOWN CENTRE ½ MILE * FOUR LANES 1½ MILES

The land at Town Farm extends in total area to 46.57 acres or thereabouts and for identification purposes the boundaries of the land are shown edged red and the extent of it is shaded pink on the attached map. The Schedule below has been prepared from the map.

There are a number of gateways into the land directly from the adjoining roadways enabling the land to be purchased either as a whole or in subdivided lots. All of the productive land is currently down to pasture but it is considered to also be suitable for growing crops such as brassicas, potatoes and corn etc. There is a network of country lanes in the area ideal for riding out for equestrian enthusiasts.

The productive land is described as being Grade III on the Land Classification Map for the area.

Sale Particulars

Guide Price £300,000

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