Leigh Sinton, Malvern, Worcestershire


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An attractive block of arable/temporary grazing land extending to about 39.52 acres


This attractive block of land is located approximately 1.5 miles to the north west of Leigh Sinton, a popular small village with shop and parish church. There is good road access with the M5, Junction 7 lying approximately 9.5 miles to the east, and Hereford about 22 miles west. The nearest livestock market is located on the eastern fringe of Worcester approximately 11 miles away,


The land comprises approximately 39.52 acres (16.01 hectares) of gently sloping land, currently laid to temporary grazing but which also has previously been used for arable purposes by growing potatoes. The land is good quality and currently supports the equestrian grazing, and benefits from the bridleway which passes through the western paddock and beyond.

The area is well known as being extremely popular as an equestrian area. Road access is via a single track road with a gate on the southern side of the block of land adjacent to South Cottage. The land is bordered by mature hedgerows, post and rail fencing and also includes a small area of woodland. The land is well linked together and forms an interesting parcel of land, currently made up of 4 principal paddocks.

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