Cosgrove, Freehold & Tythe-free Estate Sale 1855

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PARTICULARS

THIS VERY VALUABLE

FREEHOLD ESTATE,

IS SITUATE IN THE

Parish of Cosgrove,

Immediately adjoining the Village, and is conveniently sub-divided for occupation by very excellent
live fences, as follows, viz:-

No.
 
A.
R.
P.
1
House, Buildings, and Home Close
8
3
1
2
Garden
0
1
0
3
New Piece
17
1
0
4
Ford Meadow
9
0
0
5
The Whales
6
3
4
6
Biddle Meadow
6
1
23
7
New Meadow
6
2
0
 
A.
54
3
28

The whole of which is first-rate Pasture and Meadow Land, the latter lying in the fertile Vallies of and
adjoining the Rivers Ouse and Tove.

THE FARM HOUSE

Is very convienient, and most of the buildings have been erected within a few years.

The Property is Tithe-free, and the Parochial Rates very moderate.

The Grand Junction Canal adjoins the Property, and the Wolverton Statioespectabn, on the London and North
Western Railway, is within a very short distance.

The Farm is let to a highly respectable Tenant at a Rental of £170 per annum, but in consequence of the
depressed prices of Agriculture produce, he has had a temporary abatement of £5 per cent
from the Rent.