The particulars of a capital and very valuable freehold estate, most desirably situate In a fine Sporting Part of the County of Leicester, Seven Miles from Grantham, Seven from Melton-Mowbray, and Twenty from the Town of Leicester; comprising The Reputed Manor or Lordship of Coston, and One Thousand, Four Hundred, and Ninety-Nine Acres, Three Rood, and Eleven Perch, be the same more or less, of ancient inclosed fertile Grazing Meadow and Arable Land. Subject to a small annual Payment in lieu of all Tythes, And divided into eligible Farms, lying compact, nearly within Ring Fences, and agreeably intersected by a Rivulet; With Dwelling-Houses, Barns, Stabling, and suitable Out-Buildings; A Water Corn Mill, and sundry small Messuages and Cottages; the whole let to Mess. Gilbert, Bullivant, & Richard Harris, as Joint Tenants at will; at very old rents, amounting to Nine Hundred and Fifteen Pounds per Annum; the yearly value upon a late survey, near Twelve Hundred Pounds: Which will be sold by Auction, By Mr. Skinner and Co. On Wednesday the 12th of April, 1786, At Twelve O'Clock, At Garraway's Coffee-House, 'change-Alley, London; in five lots.

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Online Access:Electronic book from Eighteenth Century Collections Online
Corporate Author: Skinner and Co. (London, England)
Format: Electronic eBook
Published:[London : s.n., 1786]