Farm land for saleLand at West White House Farm, Fir Tree, Crook, County Durham
• 4.78 Ac (1.93Ha) of grass land • Offers Over £35,000
Lot two is situated to the rear of lot one and is being sold with the benefit of its own independent gated access. The land is well fenced and extends in all to approximately 1.98 hectares (4.89 acres) as shown edged red on the plan within these particulars and comprises of grass land.
Property ref: 121_1601_3699693
Please be aware that the access to this property is through residential properties and we therefore ask that anyone viewing the land respects this when parking vehicles.
There is a mains water pipe serving the immediate adjoining land. The buyers of both lots will have the right to connect to this water supply but in doing so will be responsible for installing a sub meter within their property and thereafter pay charges for the amount of water used.
Rights & Restrictions
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, water courses and other easements, quasi or reputed easements and other rights of adjoining owners, if any, affecting the same and all existing proposed wayleaves or other matters registered by any competent authority subject to statute.
Sporting & Mineral Rights
It is understood that the sporting rights are included with the property. Mineral rights are understood to be reserved to a third party and are therefore not included with the sale.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land has been registered for Basic Payment Scheme. Basic Payment Scheme entitlements appropriate to eligible area of the land being sold can be made available to the buyer. The sellers decision as to whether to transfer entitlements will depend on a number of factors including the date of sale, ability to transfer and whether the buyer is registered for Basic Payment.
In the event that the buyer wishes for the Basic Payment entitlements to be included, they should contact George F White for further information. Should the entitlements be transferred to the buyer, this transfer will be coordinated by George F White with fees of £350 plus VAT per lot being chargeable and payable by the purchaser.
The property will be subject to a clawback for a term of 50 years. The clawback will be triggered by the sale with or implementation of planning permission for any use other than agriculture or equestrian. The clawback sum will be calculated based on any uplift in value over and above agricultural/equestrian value as a result of the planning permission and in the case of development for opencast will be less any reduction in the market value of the property once it has been restored. The assessment date of the clawback sum will be the date of planning permission.
Tenure & Possession
The land is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Leave the A68 at Fir Tree, sign posted for Howden le Wear. Follow the road towards Howden le Wear and the land is on your left after approximately 0.7 miles, as indicated by the George F White sale board.
Access to the land is via the track coloured yellow. In purchasing the property the buyer will be granted a right of access, with or without vehicles, across the yellow track and be responsible for maintenance liabilities appropriate to usage.
The boundaries of the property are shown edged in red for lot two on the plan within these particulars for identification purposes only.
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