An extremely rare opportunity to acquire circa 22.02 acres of pasture situated on the edge of the popular village of St Just.
The land at St Just is located on the outskirts of the village of St Just, a short distance from the coast. The land is easily accessible from the New Road as well as Nancherrow Hill with multiple road access points.
The land offers the market an extremely rare opportunity to acquire circa 22.02 acres of pasture situated on the edge of the popular village of St Just. The land comprises part level but predominantly gently sloping grade 3 pasture land with well drained, brown podzolic soils divided into a number of enclosures separated by traditional Cornish hedge banks. The land is being offered to the market as a whole or in three separate lots and we envisage significant interest as it will appeal to local farmers, amenity or equestrian buyers as well as buyers looking for a longer term investment. The land would be suitable for agriculture, equestrian, conservation or purely amenity use.
There is a redundant stone building situated in lot 1 which may offer potential for alternative uses (subject to the necessary planning consents).
The land benefits from a mains water connection.
Lot 1- Approx. 0.70 acres of productive pasture land with ruin.
Lot 2- Approx. 11.69 acres of level and gently sloping pasture land.
Lot 3- Approx. 9.62 acres of level and sloping pasture land.
Acreage: 22.02 Acres
From the A30 southbound, at Mount Misery Roundabout take the 3rd exit and join the A3071 signposted St Just. After approximately 5.3 miles take a right signposted Tregeseal and continue on New Road for roughly 0.7 miles. The land will be identified by sign boards on the left before you reach the rugby club.