THE PLYMOUTH & CORNISH ADVERTISER, 19 August 1813

CALSTOCK, CORNWALL

To be SOLD by Private Contract, the Customary Fee and Inheritance of all that very desirable and compact Estate, called WELL-PARK, pleasantly situate in the parish of Calstock, in the county of Cornwall; consisting of a genteel and convenient newly-erected dwelling-house; also, a very good farm-house, with every necessary outbuilding, and a cot for a labourer, all in complete repair; with about 23 acres of excellent arable and pasture land, and seven acres of of very valuable and abundantly productive orchard, from which the most delicious cyder is produced.
   This farm is most eligibly situated, being distant five miles from the good market towns of Tavistock and Callington, and only one mile from the navigable river Tamar, where there are lime-kilns, and from thence of the estate may be regularly conveyed by market boats three times a week to Plymouth Dock.
   On the premises there is a delightful situation for building, containing about half an acre of land, and on which a house might be erected at a small expence, and there being a great quantity of good stone on the spot, and will be sold separate, if desired.
   For viewing te same, apply on the premises; and for further particulars, apply (if by letter, free of postage) to Mr. H. Cornish, solicitor, Tavistock.
   Dated 23d July, 1813.