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Cove Meadow - SOLD, Devon - About 6 ¾ acres, £69,000

Cove Meadow - SOLD
Cove Meadow - SOLD
Devon

An ideal site for planting a woodland on the North Devon coast, with a secluded feel and enviable sea views out across Lee Bay.

Cove Meadow is situated in Lee, just 1 kilometre inland from the attractive North Devon coast line, nestled between Woolacombe and Ilfracombe. It enjoys sea views across Lee Bay, and the beach is a 20 minute walk from the meadow. The land is accessed via an excellent stoned track which is suitable for all year round vehicular access.

After turning left from Higher Slade Road, the entrance gate and Woodlands sign can be seen 400m down Dibbons lane on the right hand side. Please park here by the side of the road and carefully climb the gate, before walking along the stoned track through the first and second fields. Upon entering the third field through the gap in the hedge, turn right and the land can be found at the end of the track on the left hand side.

The land consists of mainly grass, with the addition of about 1¼ acres of well established woodland situated on a bank which drops down towards the delightful stream on the Northern boundary. The land enjoys charming sew views across Lee Bay to the West, which are best enjoyed from the Eastern boundary where the land is highest. The Southern boundary is formed by a combination of stake posts and a thick bank of gorse running East to West.

The land offers an excellent opportunity for woodland creation, for either carbon offsetting or amenity purposes. The established woodlands will provide a natural seed source which will aid woodland regeneration. The land has previously been grazing land for livestock, and is currently down to grass. The secluded feel of the land, along with the spectacular views, make it an ideal canvas from which to plant a woodland.

Local amenities can be found a short drive away in Ilfracombe.

Trees

The trees in the woodland area on the bank heading down into the valley consist mainly of Ash, Hazel and Oak. Beech, chestnut and Sycamore are also present.

Access, tracks and footpaths

The land is accessed via a metalled track which runs from Dibbons lane to the entrance to the meadow. The track is composed of Morte Slate, which is abundant in the local area.

Rights and covenants

The purchasers of the meadow will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.

Local area and history

Lee Bay is a small village on the rugged North Devon coast, lying at the foot of the wooded Fuchsia Valley, so named due to the abundance of the red blossom found in its hedges. The rocks in the area are Morte Slates, formed some 350 million years ago. During the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth centuries smuggling was carried out extensively along the coast. On the 20th September 1820; reports state that three hundred tubs (about five gallons each) of gin and brandy were smuggled in at Lee Bay.

Details

  • Price: £69,000 Freehold
  • Location: Lee Bay, Devon
  • Size: About 6 ¾ acres for sale
  • OS Landranger: OS No 180
  • Grid ref: SS 496 574
  • Nearest post code: EX34 8LS

Boundaries:

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Local manager

anton Anton Baskerville
07952 694 652
anton@woodlands.co.uk

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Description

Cove Meadow is situated in Lee, just 1 kilometre inland from the attractive North Devon coast line, nestled between Woolacombe and Ilfracombe. It enjoys sea views across Lee Bay, and the beach is a 20 minute walk from the meadow. The land is accessed via an excellent stoned track which is suitable for all year round vehicular access.

After turning left from Higher Slade Road, the entrance gate and Woodlands sign can be seen 400m down Dibbons lane on the right hand side. Please park here by the side of the road and carefully climb the gate, before walking along the stoned track through the first and second fields. Upon entering the third field through the gap in the hedge, turn right and the land can be found at the end of the track on the left hand side.

The land consists of mainly grass, with the addition of about 1¼ acres of well established woodland situated on a bank which drops down towards the delightful stream on the Northern boundary. The land enjoys charming sew views across Lee Bay to the West, which are best enjoyed from the Eastern boundary where the land is highest. The Southern boundary is formed by a combination of stake posts and a thick bank of gorse running East to West.

The land offers an excellent opportunity for woodland creation, for either carbon offsetting or amenity purposes. The established woodlands will provide a natural seed source which will aid woodland regeneration. The land has previously been grazing land for livestock, and is currently down to grass. The secluded feel of the land, along with the spectacular views, make it an ideal canvas from which to plant a woodland.

Local amenities can be found a short drive away in Ilfracombe.

The purchasers of the meadow will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.

Trees

The trees in the woodland area on the bank heading down into the valley consist mainly of Ash, Hazel and Oak. Beech, chestnut and Sycamore are also present.

Access, tracks and footpaths

The land is accessed via a metalled track which runs from Dibbons lane to the entrance to the meadow. The track is composed of Morte Slate, which is abundant in the local area.

Rights and covenants

The purchasers of the meadow will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.

Local area and history

Lee Bay is a small village on the rugged North Devon coast, lying at the foot of the wooded Fuchsia Valley, so named due to the abundance of the red blossom found in its hedges. The rocks in the area are Morte Slates, formed some 350 million years ago. During the eighteenth and the beginning of the nineteenth centuries smuggling was carried out extensively along the coast. On the 20th September 1820; reports state that three hundred tubs (about five gallons each) of gin and brandy were smuggled in at Lee Bay.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 180
Grid ref: SS 496 574
Nearest post code: EX34 8LS

Maps

Directions

Cove Meadow in Lee on the North Devon coast, and is about a 10 minute drive from Woolacombe (to the South West) and Ilfracombe (to the North East). Barnstable is 30 mins by car.

Click here for Bing Maps directions, enter your own postcode, (the location coordinates are already entered), and click on the "Directions" box. This will take you to the roadside gate where you can park.

Satnav: the postcode EX34 8LS is for the point shown by the red dot on the location maps.

Coordinates for satnav are: N51.1898, W-4.15278 these are for the metal access gate.

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