A parcel of nearly 10 acres of land in mid-Cornwall, complete with planning permission for a market gardener's barn, is going under the hammer.

The field is at Tolcarne, on Newton Road in the village of Beacon, near Camborne. It is divided into three fenced areas and was most recently used for grazing.

Last October the land, extending to 9.46 acres (3.83 hectares), was granted planning permission for a small barn to support a market gardening operation.

It is among the lots in first sale of 2023 by the regional land and property auctioneers Clive Emson. 

Senior auction appraiser Katie Semmens said: “This is an opportunity to acquire a sizeable parcel of land which has a water connection and good road access.

“It is likely to attract the interest of those with small scale farming, horticultural and equestrian interests as well as developers who may envisage some form of residential scheme, subject to the necessary consents.”

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The land extends to 9.46 acres (3.83 hectares). It has planning permission granted in October 2022 for a small barn to support a market gardening operation.

The field is for auction with Clive Emson with a freehold guide price of £140,000 plus.

Clive Emson has 142 lots on offer in its first auction of 2023, including this field, and the auction ends on Wednesday, February 8.