The land at West Bagborough, which is located within the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offers prospective purchasers the rare opportunity to acquire a most attractive parcel of pasture/arable land which benefits from most impressive views across the Taunton Vale and beyond. The land is situated a short distance to the south of the village of West Bagborough and just over two miles to the north of the rural centre of Bishops Lydeard.
In total the land extends to about 67.20 acres and comprises predominantly south facing pasture land together with two enclosures of attractive and mainly coniferous woodland. The majority of the land has the benefit of water connected and is generally well fenced. Although currently laid to pasture, much of the land would be capable of supporting arable cropping; a large proportion of the land is designated as Grade II on the Agricultural Land Classification map, with red free draining and easy working soils, which are typical for the area.
Lot 1 – about 55.12 acres of pasture/arable land
Lot 1 is divided between six gently sloping pasture enclosures together with an attractive parcel of predominantly coniferous woodland of 1.27 acres. The land has the benefit of a concrete pad and hardstanding area which is situated in the north western corner of OS2990. The land is serviced by road access from both the eastern and western boundaries, as well as having the benefit of a right of way over the track to the north of OS2990, allowing the land to be farmed as a whole.
Lot 2 – about 8.42 acres of pasture and woodland
Lot 2 comprises two enclosures of sloping pasture land together with an attractive coniferous woodland enclosure to the west, of about 1.71 acres. The land is serviced by a spring fed water supply and has direct road access from Terhill Lane to the east.
Lot 3 – a single pasture paddock of about 3.66 acres
Lot 3 comprises a single pasture paddock of about 3.66 acres which has the benefit of direct road access and a mains water supply. This enclosure in particular benefits from impressive views.