7.7 Acres of Land near Trevaylor, Gulval - Attractive Pasture & Woodland

At a glance...

A rare opportunity to acquire an attractive handy size block of pasture and mature woodland with superb views of Mount’s Bay and St. Michael's Mount in a desirable and sought after location. Approx. 5½ acres of sloping pasture land and just over 2 acres of mature broadleaf woodland with river frontage.

In more detail...

Best & Final Offers Wednesday 22nd Aug 12 noon

The land comprises just over 2 acres of mature broadleaf woodland with river frontage and approx. 5½ acres of sloping pasture land, part of which has been recently and extensively planted with various trees inc. Willow, Rowan, Birch, Cherry, Poplar together with a mixed fruit orchard and a kitchen vegetable garden with 2 polytunnels and a shed.


The land is situated at the bottom of the picturesque Trevaylor Valley on the outskirts of Gulval which is a popular wooded valley ideal for walking and riding out. The land is accessed off the Gulval to Newmill road. The harbour town of Penzance is 2 miles distant and St. Ives on the north coast is about 7½ miles.


The land is has a gated access and is bounded by good Cornish hedges with trees and shrubs. The land fronts Trevaylor Stream and the natural mature and semi-mature broadleaf woodland creates a lovely wildlife haven with species including Ash, Sycamore, Beech and Chestnut.

The remaining land is comprised in one enclosure with a south easterly aspect and is mainly gently sloping with some steeper sections. There are superb valley and sea views from the land into Mount's Bay towards Cudden Point and The Lizard.

The land has in recent years been landscaped and planted out to create wildlife and conservation areas together with open grassland areas. There is a track leading through the land to the vegetable garden at the bottom. There are sections planted out with vistas arrangements inc. Willow, Rowan, Poplar, Birch and wild Cherry.

The allotment area is enclosed by anti-rabbit wire fencing and includes 2 Polytunnels (30' x 12' each). This area has been used for growing various amenity crops and fruit. There is an extensive mixed fruit orchard including apples (Braeburn, Cox and Bramleys), pears, dessert and sour cherry trees.

The mature woodland fronting the stream has a carpet of Bluebells and Foxgloves depending on the time of year creating a picturesque setting.

Timber Store/Cabin (10' x 10'). Water has previously been diverted from the stream to holding tanks for watering the plants via a pump.

The land extends in total area to approximately 7.7 acres and is contained within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the woodland being situated within a County Wildlife Site and the whole of the land being a Tree Preservation Order Area. The land is situated in a most desirable location and is ideal for hobby farming, conservation and other amenity and recreational activities.

The land is not suitable for residential use and has previous enforcement history.

Sale Particulars

Best & Final Offers Wednesday 22nd Aug 12 noon - G £75,000

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