A useful and expansive parcel of land situated in the heart of the town centre with a parking space. The land extends to approximately 0.17 acres (0.07hectares) and was formerly utilised as a productive kitchen garden and allotment with pedestrian access via Newport which is the lower end of Church Street, leading into the town centre.
The land is accessed via a wooden gate to the rear of the parking space and a pathway leads into the first segment of land with a further gate leading into the main section, which is generous in size and laid to lawn.
The current owner has previously sought residential planning permission although this was unsuccessful.
A hotbed of history, Callington is located in the heart of some fine Cornish landscape. The town is situated in East Cornwall between Dartmoor to the East and Bodmin Moor to the West. Ideally situated at the intersection of the South-North A388 Saltash to Launceston Road and the East-West A390 Tavistock to Liskeard road the area offers great access. The town itself boasts individual and chain shopping outlets including Tesco Superstore. The town is surrounded by local villages and hamlets with a variety of primary schools feeding into the highly regarding Callington Community College.
Road - The A30 from Launceston and the A38 from Plymouth provides easy access to Exeter and the M5.
Rail - Regular intercity services operate from Exeter and Plymouth to London.
Sea - Ferry services operate from Plymouth to northern France and northern Spain.
Air - Exeter International Airport provides flights to the Isles of Scilly, Channel Islands, Ireland, Scotland and a number of continental destinations. Bristol International Airport offers flights to numerous European destinations. Newquay Airport offers flights to numerous destinations including London Gatwick. Penzance Airport provides flights to the Isles of Scilly.
Did you know?
Callington has been postulated as one of the possible locations of the ancient site of Celliwig, associated with King Arthur.