The land is conveniently located about third of a mile from the hamlet of Cripplesease which has a public house ‘The Engine Inn’ and about ½ a mile from the popular village of Nancledra with good local facilities. The towns of St. Ives and Penzance are within easy reach with extensive services and amenities.
The land is approached over a stone surfaced track leading from the Council maintained road. A gated entrance leads to a hard standing area for parking, with useful Building (30’ x 20’), of timber pole frames and cladding under a plastic coated metal sheeted roof, subdivided into stabling and storage with an open fronted section and enclosed section with double wooden doors and hard surfaced floor throughout. Mains water is connected. (Planning permission was approved in 2016 for an agricultural barn providing open access shelter for horses and goats, and lockable storage for tools, feed and equipment etc.
The land is mainly level or gently sloping with a southerly aspect and down to pasture, extending to just over 5 acres. On the eastern boundary there is a high stone wall surrounding “Hyde’s Shaft”. There are subdivisions within the field by thorn hedges and the lower section comprises rougher grazing with boulders and various planted fruit trees including cherry, apple, pear, plum, quince etc. There is a spring water supply and together with bluebells and other plants and wildlife making it a lovely conservation area. Timber Shed (6’ x 4’). The vendors have also planted various trees including conifers, willows, sycamores, field maple, gelderose etc. The property extends in total area to 5.36 acres or thereabouts. From the land there are far reaching views across the surrounding countryside towards St. Michael’s Mount and Mount’s Bay.