Offering a rare opportunity to purchase a three bedroom farmhouse together with an attached annex, outbuildings and grassland. Plumbley Cottage offers the opportunity to create a wonderful smallholding to suit a purchasers need in a semi-rural location to the west of the village of Mosborough. The property is ideal for those with equestrian or smallholding interests.
Plumbley Cottage is conveniently situated in a wonderful semi-rural location to the west of the village of Mosborough. Mosborough benefits from a range of village facilities including shops, public houses and schools. The property is within easy reach of the city of Sheffield (8.7 miles), and the towns of Chesterfield (8.9 miles) and Rotherham (10.3 miles) providing great commuter links.
From Sheffield City Centre take the A6135 towards Eckington and after passing the B6054 on the right hand side continue for a further mile taking the right hand turn into Queen Street. Continue along Queen Street for approximately 0.3 miles, round the right hand corner taking the left hand turn onto ‘Plumbley Lane’. Continue down the track where the property is situated on the left hand side as indicated by our ‘For Sale’ board.
The sale of Plumbley Cottage provides an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase a detached three bedroom cottage with an adjoining Annex together with outbuildings that could easily be suited to a purchasers need in order to create a fantastic smallholding or equestrian property.
The cottage is set within approximately 3.82 acres (1.55 ha) and benefits from wonderful countryside views.
Plumbley Cottage comes with the option to purchase further land with Lot 2 extending to 3.12 acres together with a stable block, whilst Lot 3 extends to 5.26 acres of grassland.
Guide Price £500,000
Lot One includes Plumbley Cottage, together with an attached annex and outbuildings set within approximately 3.82 acres (1.55 ha).
The cottage is a rendered property under a tiled roof, believed to date to the second half of the 19th Century but extended in the early 1970’s with an additional annex. Plumbley Cottage would benefit from a programme of refurbishment but has the scope to create a wonderful family home.
The accommodation to the cottage can be briefly comprised as:
Entrance Porch leading to:
Stainless steel sink unit with cupboards under and a further range of fitted units with a tiled floor and radiator
Bath with tiled surround, pedestal hand basin and radiator
Having a multi-fuel stove with brick surround, windows to two elevations together with under stair storage
Having a connecting door to the annex, windows to two elevations and a radiator
With windows to two elevations and a radiator
Airing cupboard and under eaves storage, windows to two elevations and a radiator
Airing cupboard and access to Sitting Room
WC, bath and hand basin
Windows to two elevations
With stainless steel sink unit having cupboards under and a fitted cupboard
With a window.
Externally, gardens surround the property being predominantly laid to lawn with mature shrubs. Alongside the drive is the former orchard with a number of fruit trees.
Predominantly constructed of brick under profile roofs and comprise:
Former cow shed (5.34m x 5.07m)
Store (5.30m x 7.25m)
Garage with up and over door
Open fronted garage
Tool shed with stable door
Second open fronted garage
Two small stables
The land lies predominantly to the east of the property and is currently laid to grass. There is a small plantation to the south.
The property benefits from great views over the surrounding countryside.
Plumbley Cottage is offered for sale by Informal Tender and any interested parties should submit their offer on the enclosed form clearly stating their offer and what lot it relates to. All offers should be received by 12 noon on Thursday 5th March 2020 to the Bakewell Office (The Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell).
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Only those items referred to in the particulars are included in the sale.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether defined in these particulars or not.
Mains Water and Electric are connected to the cottage and annex.
There will be a development uplift clause on the property should residential development consent be granted. It is envisaged that this clause will be for 25% of any uplift in value for a period of 25 years.
Included as far as they exist
Sheffield City Council
We understand the property falls within Council Tax Band 'E' and has an EPC rating 'F' (29)
Strictly by appointment only through the sole agents Bakewell Office on or
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.3%||£129,375||2.3||1.1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£115,000 (2)||£137,557 (43)||£187,770 (77)||£291,975 (44)||£309,444 (9)|
|Flats||£85,000 (4)||£97,500 (6)||-||-||-|
|All||£95,000 (6)||£132,652 (49)||£188,888 (78)||£291,975 (44)||£309,444 (9)|