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Auction Property

Land off, Drain Bank North, Cowbit, Spalding, Lincolnshire

Sold for £28,000


Parcel of land measuring approximately 5.47 acres (2.21 hectares) STMS which has been in the same ownership for many years. It has been used in the past as an airstrip. Currently laid to grass, it is principally permanent pasture (4.2 acres) with an additional area suited to walking and rough grazing land lined with hawthorn hedges and mature trees (1.27 acres). The land is classified as Grade II and has some fencing, being enclosed by dykes and hedges and includes the container currently sited near the gate.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way:

The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights including rights of way whether public or private light support drainage water and electricity supplies and other rights easements quasi-easements and all wayleaves whether referred to or not in these particulars. We are informed the gas main runs beneath the former railway line which forms the easternmost extent of the property.


Drainage rates are paid to the South Holland Internal Drainage Board.


The land is located north of the centre of Cowbit, approximately 5 miles south of Spalding and lies adjacent to the A16 Spalding to Peterborough Road. Please note there is no direct access off the A16 to the land.


From Spalding, head south out of the town towards Peterborough and at the A16 roundabout turn left, heading north towards Boston. Turn right onto Drain Bank North, proceed to the end and just before the A16 turn left onto the private access way and the land is located on the left.


At any reasonable time during daylight hours at your own risk.