A very attractive parcel of land situated in the hamlet of Sheffield, which is on the Newlyn to Lamorna Road.
The land is situated in a convenient rural area, accessed off a stone surfaced lane with good riding out in the locality and has a useful Field Shelter and Mains Water Connected.
A most attractive parcel of land comprising a mixture of pasture land suitable for grazing, equestrian use, pets, hobby farming etc together with moorland /croft land with considerable wildlife and conservation appeal.
PAUL ½ MILE * NEWLYN 1½ MILES * PENZANCE 2½ MILES
The land is accessed off Quarry Lane, which is also a bridlepath, with a gated access. The land comprises approx. 3.8 acres of pasture land, bordered by Cornish hedges with trees, which is level or gently sloping with a south westerly aspect and has attractive open country views across Clodgy Moor towards Lamorna and St. Buryan. Part of the land on the north east side was historically part of the now disused Sheffield Quarry. There is an old green lane to the north which is also a bridleway and there is a second gateway onto this access lane.
Timber Field Shelter (12’ x 12’) which is open fronted, clad on three sides, earth floor, metal profile sheeted roof. There are two mains water troughs in the field.
In the lower part of the land is approx. 2.8 acres of moorland /croft land with gorse, bracken, alders, willows etc. This area provides a lovely natural habitat for wildlife and has conservation appeal. This area is registered as a County Wildlife Site and is Common Land. All of the land is comprised within an Area of Great Landscape Value.