The site comprises approximately 23 acres of pastureland, and a section of dis-used canal cutting, fronting and accessible from Cathiron Lane.
The land is broadly level with defined site boundaries for the majority, comprising a mixture of post and wire fencing, hedgerows and trees and shrubbery.
The site is situated within the greenbelt, and is bordered by Brinklow Marina and a series of agricultural land parcels.
We understand a public bridleway runs along the south-western boundary of the site.
According to Natural England the land is classified as Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification Maps.
The land is located within rural Warwickshire, 2 miles to the east of Brinklow village centre, immediately adjacent to Brinklow Marina, a 200-berth narrowboat facility. The land is accessible via the adopted Cathiron Lane.
The land is situated immediately to the south of the Oxford Canal (northern arm), within a relatively central position on the overall canal network.
Regionally, the market town of Rugby is approximately 4 miles to the south east and the city of Coventry is 8.5 miles to the west.
Access to the national road and motorway network is via Junctions 1 and 2 of the M6,within 5.5 miles and 6.5 miles east and west of the land respectively. The M69 intersects with the M6 at Junction 2.
CONTACT BEN HOLYHEAD (BEN.HOLYHEAD@WATLING.COM / 07880137654) OR ALEX SWEETMAN (ALEX.SWEETMAN@WATLING.COM / 07831505078)