6.36 Acres of Land - Rosevidney, Crowlas

At a glance...

A single parcel of grade II agricultural land, currently in pasture and bounded by cornish hedges with two good gated accesses. The land is level to gently sloping and triangular in shape.

In more detail...

The field can be accessed from Arch Lane or from the junction with Tredrea Lane where there is a hard standing parking area. Situated in a renowned agricultural district the land is suitable for cropping or market gardening, livestock or equestrian use.

Situated in a convenient semi-rural location between Crowlas and St. Erth and close to the main A30 trunk road providing easy access to the east and west of the County. The land is almost equi-distant between the north and south coasts and is within easy reach of several surrounding villages and all main amenities.

The land is classified as Grade II on the Agricultural Land Classification Map for the area and is situated within an area used for early and double cropping. The field is well hedged with hedgerow trees inc. oak, sycamore, holly etc. providing good shelter. From the land there are attractive countryside views.

 

Sale Particulars

Guide Price £70,000

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