A CORNISH tourist attraction that includes a pirate ship, woodland, boating lake and death slide has been put on sale for £850,000.
Springfields Fun Park and Pony Centre, near St Columb, has gone on the market for the first time in 13 years after its owners announced they were retiring.
The 32 acre site, which also includes a 13,000 sq ft indoor play centre, pedal go-cart track, castle, aerial glide swings and land train, is being sold by the Exeter office of Jones Lang LaSalle.
The eight-acre woodland, called Old Quoit Wood, is said to be a favourite haunt for deer and wild buzzard, and pony rides are offered through the woodland walk.
John Kinsey, director within the hotels and hospitality team of Jones Lang LaSalle, said: “This is an exciting instruction as the set up and site are ready for trading in the 2014 season.
“The sale includes a substantial detached house with potential to be redesigned into a three- bedroom home with annexe. I think the asking price of £850,000 for the site, residential property and livestock will generate strong interest in the market.”
For more information call Jones Lang LaSalle on 01392 429 309.