THE PLYMOUTH & CORNISH ADVERTISER, 5 October 1848

VALUABLE COPYHOLD PLANTATION,
COTTAGES & LAND FOR SALE

TO be SOLD by Private Contract a VALUABLE COPYHOLD ESTATE, situate and being at ST. ANN'S QUAY, in the parish of CALSTOCK, in the county of Cornwall, called or known by the name of the

NEW PROSPECT PLANTATION
Only One Mile and a Half from Calstock Quay:

   The property consists of about 23 statute acres, of which 20 acres are planted with upwards of 48,000 thriving Larch Timber Trees, of 24 years growth, which are well fenced. On the same land are TWO DOUBLE COTTAGES, which are let to respectable Tenants, and a Right of Common, on Hingston Down.
   The above Property is now held under the Manor of Calstock at the annual rent of 9GBP. 7s. 6d. If desired, a part of the purchase money may remain on Mortgage.
  
Also, to be LET, with immediate possession, for a Term, as may be agreed on, No. 14, LOWER DURNFORD STREET, Stonehouse. The House has recently undergone a thorough repair, its situation is in one of the most fashionable and healthy parts of Stonehouse, and has extensive and beautiful views of Mount Edgecumbe, &c; it contains large Drawing, Dining, and Bed-rooms, with every other convenience, and is fitted for the reception of a Gentleman and his Family.
   Further information and particulars, and the terms and conditions for taking the Plantation and Land, may be known on application to

Messrs. BEER and RUNDLE
Solicitors, Devonport
Dated 20th September, 1848.