Oak Tree Field is situated just outside the hamlet of Tangies in the attractive Carminowe Valley, near Gunwalloe and Loe Pool. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the surrounding area is part of the Penrose Estate with adjoining National Trust land.DESCRIPTION
The approach to Oak Tree Field is over a short hard drive via a vehicular gate which opens to an extensive hardstanding area which could provide parking for numerous vehicles and which leads up to a Portakabin with adjacent outside compost WC.
It is considered that the field will appeal to a variety of purchasers, ranging from the small-holder, recreational user and possibly even for amenity use such as seasonal camping - subject to all necessary consents and approvals. Indeed there are some vines in situ.
The land is tiered, south-facing slope and presents views across Carminowe Valley. In the centre of the field is a fine Oak tree and in the north-western corner a timber Out-shed.
In total, Oak Tree Field extends to about 0.60 of an acre (0.24 of a hectare).PRIVATE RIGHT OF WAY
There is a private pedestrian and vehicular right of way for agricultural purposes only which runs through the entrance gate to an exit gate in the north-eastern corner of the field.PLAN
A plan which is not to scale and is provided for identification purposes only is included with these particulars.COVENANT
There will be a covenant placed on the property precluding the use of the land for long term residential occupation.METHOD OF SALE
BEST AND FINAL OFFERS ARE INVITED BY WEDNESDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2020 BY 12 NOON. PLEASE CONTACT STAGS FOR A COPY OF A SPECIFIED FORM FOR COMPLETION AND SUBMISSION.VIEWING
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.DIRECTIONS
From Helston take the A3083 towards The Lizard. Follow the road around Culdrose and shortly before passing under the flyover, turn right (unsignposted). Drive past Culdrose and down into the valley. The entrance to Oak Tree Field will be seen on the left-hand side prior to reaching the hamlet of Tangies.