Grove, at Saltash, offers a unique opportunity to acquire a beautifully positioned and dominant four bedroom residence. Surrounded by its own land, Grove offers a range of buildings with exciting further potential and exquisite views across the Lynher Estuary.
Farms and Land News
The Barns and Land at Borough Farm offer a unique and exciting opportunity to acquire a fantastic range of traditional stone and slate barns with planning permission for three dwellings and an annexe.
Higher Town Farm and Town Barton, quietly situated on the edge of the hamlet of Beaworthy in Devon, is a substantial four bedroom farmhouse and three bedroom Grade II listed house. Both are in need of complete renovation and modernisation but have huge amounts of potential.
The team at Kivells Liskeard are taking part in the Cornwall Relay For Life to raise funds for charity partner of the year, Cancer Research UK. After successful fundraisers from Kivells Callington and Bude offices so far this year, it is the turn of Liskeard to support this amazing cause.
With an already impressive portfolio, May has seen a surge in land for sale at Kivells.
Kivells can be traced back to 1885 when William Thomas Kivell set himself up in business as an auctioneer and land agent, first in Pyworthy and then in Holsworthy. Kivells is organised around five divisions, Agricultural sales and auctions (including the 3 livestock markets at Holsworthy, Hallworthy and Exeter and on farm sales throughout the Westcountry). Farm, Residential and Commercial Property (covering sales and lettings).
Grass Keep Available by Informal Tender – Trevadlock, Launceston Cornwall
29.59 acres as a whole or in three lots. Unfertilised.
Available from 14th May 2018 to 30th September 2018, to cut (once only) and/or graze with cattle only.
Wallon, Drewsteignton, Exeter, Devon, EX6 6PZ
Staff at Kivells Bude office recently held a special charity quiz night to raise funds for Kivells Charity Partner of the Year, Cancer Research UK. The event took place at the Falcon Hotel in Bude and was attended by over 50 people from Bude and the surrounding communities.
The land at Brownspit is quietly located not far from the small rural hamlet of Gooseham and is just over a mile away from the A39 Atlantic Highway. This scenic route provides excellent access to the popular village of Kilkhampton and further on to the seaside resort of Bude. The towns of Bideford and Barnstaple to the north offer a wide range of amenities as well as a link to the Cathedral city of Exeter.