For Sale - Guide Price £200,000 - circa 3.84 acres of land At Down Thomas , Manor Bourne Road , Down Thomas

Property Overview

A rare opportunity to acquire a block of pasture land extending to approximately 3.84 acres within the village of Down Thomas with lovely sea views

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LAND PARTICULARS Land set in a wonderful location within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in the sought-after village of Down Thomas.

The lot far-reaching views over Down Thomas, across the rolling South Hams countryside to Dartmoor beyond, south west towards Bovisand Fort and at the top of the land there are sea views towards Heybrook and Wembury Bay.

There is also an option to buy a smaller 0.5 acre parcel of this land at a reduced premium ( at the rear of Court Barton)

AGENTS NOTES The agent must make it clear that the land is sold as seen and non conditionally and is not considered to be development land.

It is understood the current access from a small ramp from Renney Road is a right of way over neighbouring property, (for agricultural use only). Buyers should make their own enquires for future appropriate use or investigating alternative access.

If that position changes in the long term, the owners have included an overage of 20%, (to allow for an uplift in land value), should the land acquire planning permission for residential use at any time within the next 30 years.

Any further enquiries regarding future use must be made directly by the prospective purchaser to South Hams District Council. Luscombe Maye act for the seller and are unable to offer further advice.

Imagery and views are meant for guideline purposes only. The beach image is a lifestyle shot and is located within 1 mile of the land.

LOCAL FACILITIES Down Thomas has a great community spirit, centred around the village with the village shop providing a newsagent and general store, ‘All Tracks Bicycle Repairs’ and the renowned ‘Mussel Inn’. Down Thomas has a village hall which hosts a large number of activities and clubs and behind the hall is a playing field with a children’s play park.

3.84 ACRES OFF MANOR BOURNE ROAD Consisting of approximately 3.84 acres of pasture situated on the junction between Renney Road and Manor Bourne Road. The land runs from Renney Road to the top of the hill with far-reaching views over the beautiful South Hams countryside towards Heybrook Bay and Plymouth Sound. The land is suitable for a variety of uses including agricultural, equestrian, horticultural, camping/glamping, (subject to planning permission).

There is water supplied to the land via a livestock drinking trough in the top corner of the field.12/04 we are advised this supply is owned by a local farmer (who had previous grazing rights) and does not from part of the sale

The land is currently down to grass having been cut to silage and grazed by cattle in the past. The land is, in the main, stock fenced.

LAND RENTAL The land is occupied by a local farmer on a grazing agreement. This agreement may be terminated after the grazing season if required.

DIRECTIONS From Staddiscombe, follow the road towards Wembury. Turn right at the junction known as Rack Corner, signposted to Down Thomas / Bovisand / Heybrook Bay. Follow this road around the 2 bends and access to the filed is through a metal gate which leads up the ramp to the land which is adjacent to Court Barton House.

VIEWING Strictly by appointment through Luscombe Maye’s Yealmpton Office. T: 01752 880044 E:

LETTINGS Luscombe Maye also offer an Award Winning Lettings service. If you are considering Letting your own property, or a buy to let purchase please contact Andrew or Ross on 01752 393330 or to discuss our range of bespoke services.

Approx 3.84 acre fieldSea Views
Popular South Hams LocationPotential equestrian, orchard/smallholding (subject to consents)
Good road accessNot far from the coastline
There is also an option to buy a smaller 0.5 acre parcel of this land at a reduced premium

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These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property.