Land at Tregadillett, Launceston

Kivells Launceston
Auction Guide Price £27,500

The Land is a gently sloping field of approximately 1.31 acres abutting the built-up area of Tregadillett, with road frontage on the eastern boundary.

The Land has a good stock-proof border and has been used in recent years for the grazing of horses and ponies. 

The Land has a pleasant setting with views across the valley, with direct road frontage enabling ease of access to the village amenities and also pleasant outriding to Underlane and along the Kensey Valley towards New Mills or Egloskerry.


The Land is situated on the northern side of Tregadillett. Tregadillett is a satellite village west of the Cornish market town of Launceston, being just to the north of the A30 dual carriageway, providing ease of access throughout the county and beyond. 

Tregadillett provides useful local amenities such as the thriving public house, primary school and village hall.

The former market town of Launceston provides a more comprehensive range of shopping, schooling, commercial and recreational facilities. 

Nearby Kennards House (an interchange of the A30 dual carriageway) provides ease of access to Tregadillett from Launceston and more