Just under 103 acres of productive ring fenced arable and pasture land.
Level/gently sloping and in good sized enclosures
Excellent road access
400,000 gal ‘Permastore’ slurry tower.
Extending to some 102.89 acres (41.64 hectares) in all, this extremely productive run of ground is contained in a ring fence and has excellent access from the B3254 mains road, together with access from a quiet no through road (public highway)
This south facing, gently sloping land is free draining land capable of growing excellent forage and arable crops. Currently about 65 acres are planted to winter wheat with the remainder being down to a temporary grass ley.
The land is divided in to nine good sized enclosures with well kept fenced hedge banks forming the boundaries. The land is well gated with double gates on new metal hanging posts from the road.
The land also benefits from a five year old above ground ‘Permastore’ slurry tower (140,000 gallon capacity) which is located on the land’s southern boundary, just off the adjoining no through road.
Method of Sale: The Land at Darracott is available for sale by private treaty
Tenure: The land is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Services: A mains water pipe runs through the land but is not connected. Mains electricity is not connected however the land is adjacent to an electricity sub-station
Basic Payment Scheme (bps): The land is registered for the claiming of the Basic Payment Scheme and corresponding entitlements will be available as part of the purchase. Subject to the opening of Rural Payments Agency transfer windows the Vendor (and not Kivells as selling agents; unless specifically instructed in writing to do so) shall transfer the necessary entitlements commensurate with the eligible area of the Property and bear any necessary costs.
Stewardship Agreements: The land is not in any stewardship agreements.
Farm Plan: The farm plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.
Local Authorities : Cornwall Council, Truro.
Photographs: Taken March 2022<br /><br />Location
The land at Darracott is conveniently located just off the B3254, Launceston to Bude main road. The nearby village is Boyton has a primary school, church and chapel, as there is in Whitstone, some 4 miles away, which also has a village shop and post office. The ancient market town of Launceston, with a Norman castle is just under 7 miles away to the south and has a wide range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities as well as direct access onto the A30 trunk route in and out of Cornwall. Holsworthy, with its new Agri-Business Centre, and the popular seaside town of Bude are 14 and 13 miles respectively and offer a wide and diverse range of things to do and places to see.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||5.2%||£198,571||2.9||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£178,609 (21)||£310,385 (43)||£417,715 (31)||£664,993 (7)|
|Flats||£98,100 (5)||£129,925 (8)||£125,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£98,100 (5)||£162,507 (30)||£306,172 (44)||£417,715 (31)||£664,993 (7)|