1st Oct 2019
2nd Oct 2019
- Listing status: sale
- Country: England
Guide Price: £300,000
− 43 acres est. Of grassland
43 acres est. Of farmland is suited for mowing and grazing with access from St John’s Road, Unstone to the south. The small wooded area in the centre of this Lot is subject to a Tree Preservation Order which surrounds a historic stone quarry believed to have supplied building stone to nearby properties.
The land, identified by Natural England as Agricultural Land Classification as Grade 4, features light loamy soils over sandstone of the Rivington series mainly Bardsey type 'slowly permeable seasonally wet acid loamy and clayey soils' with the exception of Lot 5 which mainly features Rivington 1 type 'freely draining slightly acidic loamy soils'. The soils are well-suited for grass production for dairying and beef or cereal production for feed.
Tenure and Method of Sale
The property is being sold freehold with vacant possession which has been split into the following 5 Lots and may be purchased by Lot or as a whole.
The property may be viewed through the Agents wt Parker (Chesterfield) Tel: Or Miller & Miller (Sheffield) Tel: Council Tax
Council Tax The property is registered as Council Tax Band D (ref: Services
the buyer of each Lot to be responsible for installing and maintaining independent metered services at their cost
Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency. No entitlements are included in the sale and the purchaser will be responsible for cross compliance indemnifying the vendor against any noncompliance for the 2019 claim year.
Sporting, Timber and Mineral Rights
All fishing, sporting, timber and mineral rights owned by the vendor are included in the sale as far as they exist.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
Access is from Back Road, Apperknowle and St. John's Close, Unstone.
We understand there are public rights of way along the paths and tracks running south west to north east from Unstone to Apperknowle as shown in pink on the plan below which may provide additional income to the Farm from walkers, camping and other tourist related activities.
The land is sold subject to, and with the benefit of all rights of way whether public or private, water, drainage, watercourses, light, wayleaves and other easements, quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owners (if any) affecting the same and all matters registerable by any competent authority pursuant to statute.
North East Derbyshire District Council
2013 Mill Lane
The property is currently designated as Green Belt and lies within open countryside (as detailed in neddc adopted Local Plan 2001-2011).
The Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building.
Building conversions, change of use or other development of the land and property are subject to planning consent by the Local Authority.
Tree Preservation Orders apply to the woodland and Bridgefield Wood is also designated as a Local Wildlife Site in the adopted Local Plan 2001-2011.
Local info for S18