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Land for sale
Spennymoor, Bishop Auckland, County Durham
105.14 acres (42.53 hectares) of productive land available in 2 lots or as a whole. All lots with road frontage. Lot 1 86.99 acres arable including 9.83 acres grass -Guide price Â£525,000
Lot 2 18.15 acres grass - Guide price Â£91,000.
2 useful blocks of land with good road frontage extending to 77.16 Acres of arable land and 27.98 Acres of grass.For Sale as a whole or in 2 lots.
The land is well situated to the North West of the A688 between Bishop Auckland and Spennymoor. The soilsare classified Grade 3 and predominantly from the Brickfield 3 Series of Soils.
Lot 1 (coloured pink on the plan) 86.99 acres (35.19 hectares) Comprising 77.16 acres of arable land and 9.83 acres of grass. There is a public footpath crossing this lot.
Lot 2 (coloured green on the plan) 18.15 acres (7.343 hectares) Comprising permanent pasture with good access and mains water laid on.
Strictly by appointment with Smiths Gore Darlington office.
Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, all interested parties should note:
i) The description and photographs are for guidance only and are not a complete representation of the property.
ii) Plans are not to scale, are for guidance only and do not form part of the contract.
iii) Services and any appliances referred to have not been tested, and cannot be verified as being in working order.
iv) No survey of any part of the property has been carried out by the Vendor or Smiths Gore.
v) Measurements are approximate and must not be relied upon. Maximum appropriate room sizes are generally given, to the nearest 0.1 metres. Outbuildings are measured externally (unless otherwise stated) to the nearest 0.5 metres. For convenience, an approximate Imperial equivalent is also given.
vi) Only those items referred to in the text of these particulars are included.
vii) Nothing in these particulars or any related discussions forms part of any contract unless expressly incorporated within a subsequent written agreement.