An idyllic block of pasture with road frontage and a mains water supply located on the edge of Compton Dando. With frontage to the River Chew, the land is mainly level with parts sloping into the valley of the Chew. The land is of environmental value and has been farmed organically and is bound by established hedges. The land is classified as Grade 3 on the MAFF Land Classification and the soils comprise productive clayey loams.
The land is situated on the outskirts of the village of Compton Dando, which is situated between Bristol and Bath on the edge of the Chew Valley. Within the Valley the local area is popular with excellent access to a network of lanes and bridleways. Compton Dando is within travelling distance of Bath (8 miles), Bristol (7 miles) and Keynsham (3 miles).
From the Compton Inn, Compton Dando, drive south westerly along Court Hill and take the second right down Cockers Hill. Proceed for ¼ mile and the land will be found on the right-hand side.
At any reasonable hour on foot with a set of the sale particulars, showing the usual courtesies.
It is understood that the land benefits from a mains water supply.
No designations apply to the land. The land is not within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is not within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone. It is outside the development limits of the village.
Bath & North East Somerset Council– 01225 477000
Rights of Way, Easements etc
The land is crossed by footpaths. The property is sold however subject to all rights including rights of way whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights, covenants, agreements and all existing and proposed wayleaves, masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas or other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.
The land will be sold subject to a covenant preventing equestrian use.
The ownership of the boundaries is believed to be in accordance with the custom of the country. The purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the vendor nor the agent should be required to produce evidence as to the ownership of the boundaries.