This land is situated approximately 1 mile to the west of the County Town of Bodmin. The land adjoins the River Camel to the north and is located a very short distance from the Camel Trail. Bordering the land to the west is the Nanstallon, Sewage Treatment Farm.
The property comprises approximately 6.67acres (2.70ha) of gently sloping pasture land. Access to the field is from the southern boundary along Stoney Lane.
Included with the land is the ground rent for a small scale photovoltaic solar farm. The land is shown edged blue and is currently leased to Wadebridge Energy Ltd from 30th April 2015 for a term of 21 years. The starting rent is £1,800 per annum payable monthly in advance. The rent is increased annually by £50. Further lease details can be obtained from the Agents.
There is a public footpath running along the northern boundary providing access on to the Camel Trail.
There is a stream along the northern and north western boundary offering a natural water supply to the land.
Entitlements are available by separate negotiation if required.
The Ordnance Extract shown on these particulars is believed to be correct. However, it is not to scale and is to be used for identification purposes only.
From Bodmin, head towards Wadebridge on the A389 along Dunmere Road. Upon leaving the town of Bodmin, prior to the Public House, turn left on to Boundary Road. Proceed along this road for approximately 500m and turn left on to Stoney Lane. Continue to the bottom of the hill, where the land can be found on your right hand side just before the sewage farm.
For viewing arrangements and further particulars, please contact the Agents – JEFFERYS - 01579-342400