Agricultural land for sale in Camelford

LOT 2 | Land between Crossways and Wilseyside, Hallworthy, Camelford, Cornwall, PL32 9SH | Ref: 58800_HAG240003
For sale
£135,000 Guide Price
This property is marketed by:
Kivells Ltd

LOT 2: Just under 11¾ acres of very gently sloping agricultural land with road frontage and good access.
Auction Guide Price £135,000 - £145,000.                                                                                           

The Land between Crossways and Wilseyside can be found at the heart of the small rural market village of Hallworthy, which has a livestock market, public house, garage and filling station. 

The ancient town of Camelford is some 6 miles to the west and has a good range of day to day amenities and facilities. It straddles the A39 Atlantic Highway and the River Camel. This scenic route links to the towns of Wadebridge in the west and Bude in the north. The A30 trunk route through Devon and Cornwall is a 10 minute drive away at Kennards House, and the market town of Launceston is a further 5 minute drive.

The land is also within easy reach of the rugged North Cornish coastline with its quaint harbours, coves and sandy beaches. The vast expanses of Bodmin Moor with open moorland and granite tors are close by.

Comprises very gently sloping pasture land with access off the adjoining parish road. The land will be offered for sale in two lots as follows;

LOT 2 (Outlined red on the plan).
Adjoining Lot 1 and totalling some 11.74 acres (4.75 hecares), this block of land comprises two very gently sloping, productive pasture fields with road frontage and good access.

A mains water trough is connected.

LOT 1 (Outlined blue on the plan).
Extending to approximately 2.73 acres (1.1 hectares) of very gently sloping pasture land adjoining the village fringe. 

This land has been granted Permission in Principle for the construction of a single detached residential dwelling(application number PA22/00302).

Uplift Clause
All of Lot 1, other than the area subject to the extant planning consent, will be sold subject to an uplift clause whereby the current Vendor's will receive 33% of any increase in value upon the grant of planning permission for any new residential, 
development over 25 years, from when the property is sold. 

Auction Information 
The land will be offered for sale by Public Auction on Wednesday 17th April 2024 at Lifton Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon PL16 0DE at 7pm. Buyers are advised to attend by 6.30pm to register.

Registration: Please note ALL BIDDERS, including Kivells existing clients, will need to register with Kivells on the night of the auction in order to comply with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 (the "Regulations") – as of 26th June 2017. 

Bidders will be required to provide one form of government issued photographic identity and a utility bill addressed to them at their home address, dated within 3 months of the date of the auction. Failure to do this, may prejudice your ability to bid on the night.

Online Bidding: Online bidding registration will be available 10 days before each auction and all bidders must register at least 48 hours prior to the auction. For further information, please visit or contact your local Kivells office.

Buyers Administration Fee: All successful buyers at Kivells' Property Auctions should note that on exchange of contracts, a Buyer's Administration Fee of £2,000 plus VAT (Total: £2,400 inc VAT) is payable to Kivells on the night of the auction. This fee can be paid by either bank transfer, personal cheque or debit card.

The successful buyer will also be required to reimburse the vendor for search fees, details of which will be available in the auction pack.  

Please note if the lot is sold prior to auction, or afterwards, these fee's remain payable. There are no discounts for multiple lots purchased and you must consider this when bidding/offering prior.

Solicitor: Helen Davies, WBW Solicitors, Launceston.

Auction Payment: A 10% deposit will be required to be paid by the successful bidder upon the fall of gavel and at this point the contract is legally binding. The deposit has to be paid to Kivells as auctioneers and can only be paid in the form of a cheque or bank transfer. 

ALL bidders must only bid if they can make this payment. 

Cheques must be drawn on a bank or branch of a bank in the United Kingdom, any other cheques may be rejected and it will the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure they have the correct method of payment available at each auction. 

Completion: Will take place at 28 days from the auction, or earlier by agreement between the parties. On the night of the auction, 10% of the purchase price is due as a deposit enabling exchange of contracts. 

Tenure: Freehold.

Local Authority: Cornwall Council. 

Easements, Wayleaves, Rights of Way: The property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way, which cross the property.

Boundaries: Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendor's agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final. 

Guide Prices: Guide prices given are indications within 10% upwards or downwards of where the reserve price may be set at the time of going to print. Please note they are not an indication of the anticipated sale price or a valuation.

The reserve price is the minimum price at which the property can be sold, both the guide price and reserve price may be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. Please note that all prices listed, whether prior to or post auction, are subject to contract.

The Auctioneers and sellers accept no responsibility for any loss, cost or damage that a buyer may incur as a result of relying on any guide price. It is the buyer's responsibility to decide how much they should bid for any lot. Please check with us for regular updates as guide prices are subject to change prior to the auction.

The guide price does not include the buyer's fee charged by the auctioneer or VAT which may apply to the sale or other amounts the seller may charge. The seller's Special Conditions of Sale will state whether there are other seller's charges and whether the seller has elected to charge VAT on the sale price.

Lot 1: NO mains services are connected, however they are in the vicinity and potential buyers must make their own enquiries as to connection and cost of same.

Lot 2: Mains water is connected to Lot 2. Mains electricity is in the vicinity and potential buyers must make their own enquiries as to connection and cost of same.

LOT 1 has road frontage but no direct access from the adjoining highway. Please see the plan showing where the access to LOT 1 will be. Temporary access will be granted over Lot 2.

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Intending purchasers may inspect the property at a time of their choosing bearing a copy of these details. Please ensure that in making your inspection you do so with due care, taking responsibility for your actions.  In particular please do not climb gates but open same and leave them shut where found shut and wear suitable footwear.

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