Land for saleLand at Swarkstone BridgeStanton by Bridge
Guide Price 49.6 ac. | £5,000
- 49.7 acres (20.1 hectares)
Description and General Remarks
The land comprises good level permanent pasture/meadow running north from the historic Swarkestone Bridge causeway to the River Trent on the northerly boundary. Comprising 6 enclosures with good side road access the land is particularly fertile, and attractive, and comprises some 49.67 acres (20.11 hectares) or thereabouts overall.
The land has been farmed as stock pasture for a beef herd, and has a recent ley to several fields and is found in good heart.
Being bounded by mature hedges and crossed by a track serving the further fields, the land offers sufficient scale to prove attractive to both local and more distant farmers or investors alike.
The property is best approached by leaving the A50 M1 to Uttoxeter road at the turn signposted Chellaston and Swarkestone. Proceed east away from Derby, passing the Crewe and Harper Pub on the right and continuing over the stone bridge. A left turn will be found at the far end and the land identified by a board immediately prior to the turn.
Tenure and Possession
The land is sold freehold and vacant possession will be granted on completion which will be 28 days after exchange of contracts.
The land may be viewed at any reasonable time when in possession of these details. Any visitors must be aware of the potential risk to and from stock on the land.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The land is sold subject to and the benefits for rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not defined in these sales particulars.
Dilapidations and Ingoing Valuations
There will be no ingoing valuation and neither will there be any allowance made in respect of any dilapidations that there may be.
Sporting Timber and Mineral Rights
We understand river fishing and mineral rights have been retained by the Harper Crewe Estate, and the land owner benefits from the shooting and pond fishing rights.
Single Farm Payments
We understand the land is registered on the Rural Land Registry, and the vendor will offer the Single Farm Payments with the land at a price to be agreed prior to exchange of contracts.
We believe water is on site at payment of £1.00 per annum.
Messrs Flint, Bishop, Solicitors, Derby
Contact: Mr Nick Wells St. Michael's Lane Derby DE1 3HQ
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