Linkinhorne, Callington PL17

Linkinhorne, Callington PL17

Freehold | 107.1 acres (43.3 hectares)

Asking price £975,000
The Cross 2.7 miles
Trefloyd Close 2.8 miles
Station Road 2.8 miles

Approximately 107.08 acres of pasture and arable land, positioned in a southerly facing valley, with excellent road access throughout.


LOT 3 OF 4

The land consists of a combination of pasture and arable/temporary grassland, with a small area of lower lying land and woodland.

Located on both sides of a southern facing valley, forming a sheltered and picturesque setting, interspersed with mature hedgerows and established trees, the valley provides a substantial block of productive land, ideal for livestock but with approximately half being suitable for temporary grass/arable use, all with high amenity, environmental and wildlife value, with an existing countryside stewardship scheme.

With the eastern part of the land accessed from the public highway to the east of the village, the majority of the land is accessed from the minor country road, in effect forming a spine road through the land. Due to the road being rarely used by passing traffic, at times it feels like a private farm access track.

The majority of the land within this lot is occupied under a Farm Business Tenancy that includes other land, expiring on 24th March 2024 with a passing rent of £6,500 per annum for the whole plus £100 per annum for water. Two fields, will be sold with vacant possession.

The land forms part of the sale of Churchtown Farm, a wonderfully untouched and historic farm, positioned in a peaceful and secluded village edge location.

Located in south-east Cornwall, the land is half a mile from the B3257 as it runs from the A30, 5 miles to the north, to Callington, 4 miles to the south. From Callington the A388 leads to Saltash and the city of Plymouth, located 20 miles from the land. The Cornish market towns of Launceston and Liskeard are within 10 miles, with the historic and popular market town of Tavistock. Both Truro and Exeter are a one hour drive from the property.

The proximity of the A30 allows easy and quick access up and down the county to many other towns, villages and destinations within Cornwall and Devon.

The property is offered for sale
by private treaty as 1 of 4 lots.

Freehold. Vacant possession will be provided on two fields,the remainder will be sold subject to the Farm Business Tenancies as detailed above.

No entitlements are included in the sale.

A Mid-Tier Countryside Stewardship Scheme is present over parts of the land, expiring on 31st December 2025. The land will be sold subject to the agreement. For further details please contact the agent.

Water: Mains, metered. Water troughs are located on the land. An above ground reservoir is located on other land that serves the land, avaialbe under a different Lot. If the property is sold in Lots the relevant rights and reservations will be granted to allow the water system to continue to be used as it is currently.

A footpath runs over land within Lot 3, located on the opposite side of the valley to the farmhouse. A private right of way will be reserved for access to a retained farm building located within the land.

Electricity and telephone lines run over the property.

The property is sold subject to, or with the benefit of all Wayleaves, Easements, Quasi Easements, Rights of Way, Covenants and Restrictions whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

St Mellor's Well, a holy well dating from the 15th century, is located on Lot 3. The well is Grade II* listed and designated as a scheduled monument. Further details can be found on the Historic England website, the list entry number being 1159088.

Mineral, Sporting and Timber rights are included.

Cornwall Council -

Viewings are strictly by appointment
with Carter Jonas on 01872 487620.

From the A30, at the Plusha junction, turn south onto the B3257. Drive for approximately 5 miles and take the right turning onto the minor road signposted to Linkinhorne. Take the first right turn, just after passing Stoke Road on the left. At the T-junction, turn left. At the next T-junction, the Churchtown Farm is straight ahead, the land being as shwon on teh land plan.


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Key property details
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Total land
107.1 acres (43.3 hectares)
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