4 bedroom detached house for sale

Pewit Lane, Morton, Alfreton

Guide Price £925,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four bedroom detached stone farmhouse
  • Peaceful location
  • 68.55 acres (27.74 ha) of grassland
  • Range of farm buildings
  • Far reaching views
  • First time on the market in 40 years
  • Rare opportunity
  • Viewing highly recommended to appreciate the potential of the property

Full description

A superbly positioned farm with a four bedroom detached stone farmhouse, with a useful range of traditional and modern farm buildings situated in a peaceful location overlooking the surrounding countryside, all set in approximately 68.55 acres (27.74ha) all situated in one block, which is suitable for a variety of farming enterprises.


Location 
Pewit Hall Farm is situated in a stunning rural location just outside the village of Morton and is also near to the village of Pilsley. The popular villages of Morton and Pilsley are both short distances away have a range of basic amenities including a church, public houses, post office, village shop, village hall and primary schools. The market towns of Chesterfield and Alfreton offer a wider range of facilities including supermarkets, high street shops, restaurants and secondary schools. There are many nearby local walks and bridleways including the Five Pits Trail. The village has rural countryside surrounding, however benefits from excellent access onto main roads leading to the A61 within 2 miles and the A38 leading to the M1 motorway within 6.25 miles away providing quick access to the market towns of Alfreton (6 miles), Chesterfield (8 miles) and Clay Cross (4 miles) and the cities of Derby (20 miles), Nottingham (20 miles) and Sheffield (21 miles) away.

Background 
We understand the vendor has occupied the farm for the past 40 years, therefore the farm has not been offered onto the market for some considerable time. The main farmhouse dates back to the 1900's and the present owner has run the property as a working farm over this time. The sale arises due to retirement of the current owner.

Directions 
From Alfreton, head north out of the town along the A61 sign posted for Chesterfield. Continue down the hill and turn right onto the B6025 sign posted for Westhouses. Continue into Westhouses and through the village, then turn left onto B6025 sign posted for Tibshelf (just before the bridge). Continue forward out of the village and along the road into the village of Tibshelf, past the junior school and onto the mini roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the B6014, past the new secondary school and then turn right onto Pewit Lane. The Farm will be found on the right hand side and indicated by our For Sale board.

Description 
Pewit Hall Farm offers a rare opportunity to acquire a superb small farm with a useful range of agricultural buildings all set within 68.55 acres (27.39 ha), with the prospect of modernising the existing farmhouse to create a wonderful family home together with possible conversion of a traditional farm building, subject to the necessary consents. The farm is accessed via a stone drive leading from Pewit Lane leading to the farmhouse and buildings. A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential of the farm.

Accommodation 
The accommodation of the farmhouse requires some modernisation however provides spacious accommodation. The property has the benefit of double glazing together with an oil fired central heating system and comprises the following:

Entrance Hallway 
With the entrance door leading from the garden with stairs leading to the first floor and doors leading to the Sitting Room and Lounge.

Sitting Room 
15' 9'' x 15' 4'' (4.80m x 4.67m)
With a large window to the front overlooking the garden and fields beyond, a multi fuel burner with a stone fireplace surround a radiator and TV point.

Lounge Diner  
25' 6'' x 15' 7'' (7.77m x 4.75m)
Having dual aspect windows to the front and side and a patio door leading to the front garden, muilt fuel burner with tiled hearth surround, exposed beams, two radiators, TV point and a door leading to:

Breakfast Kitchen  
17' 5'' x 10' 6'' (5.30m x 3.20m)
With windows to the rear, floor and wall wooden kitchen units with one and a half sink and drainer, part tiled walls, the solid fuel fired central heating boiler is housed with wooden panelling and tiled hearth, doors leading into the lounge, rear porch and Utility room.

Utility Room  
9' 5'' x 7' 4'' (2.87m x 2.23m)
Leading from the kitchen, with a window to the rear, radiator, floor wooden units, freestanding electric cooker, plumbing for washing machine, single sink and drainer.

Rear Porch  
Leading off the Kitchen with the rear entrance door and door into:

Rear Store  
With a door to the rear, window to the side and a door leading into the rear porch.

Landing  
Rising from the staircase, to the first floor landing

Master Bedroom  
15' 7'' x 15' 4'' (4.75m x 4.67m)
With window overlooking the front and views across open countryside, together with a radiator

Bedroom Two  
15' 7'' x 12' 11'' (4.75m x 3.93m)
A double bedroom with a window overlooking the front with far reaching rural views, together with a radiator and a door leading into:

Bedroom Three  
15' 7'' x 12' 7'' (4.75m x 3.83m)
A double bedroom with dual aspect windows overlooking the front and side with a radiator.

Bedroom Four  
11' 3'' x 10' 6'' (3.43m x 3.20m)
A single bedroom with a window to the rear, radiator and built in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder tank.

Family Bathroom  
10' 6'' x 6' 2'' (3.20m x 1.88m)
With bath, wc and handwash basin with a window, radiator and part tiled walls.

Externally  
The driveway to the property leads from the Lane, along a stone track into the main yard area which provides excellent parking for numerous vehicles.

Garden Area  
There are generous garden areas to the front and side, with the vast majority down to lawn with a selection of trees and planting area. There is a second area of grass adjoining the stone barn which borders the lawn and the present vendor has used this area for poultry.

Outbuildings 
There is a range of traditional and modern farm buildings comprising the following:

Traditional Stone Barn  
35' 5'' x 0' 0'' (10.79m x 0.00m)
A two-storey stone barn with a tiled roof with concrete flooring, formerly used as livestock housing. The barn would be suitable for possible conversion into a residential accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents.

Former Piggery  
25' 0'' x 15' 1'' (7.61m x 4.59m)
A single storey brick built building under a tiled roof currently separated internally into four sections and has mains electric. There could be some possible scope for conversion into living accommodation, subject to the necessary consents.

Attached General Store  
20' 1'' x 19' 1'' (6.12m x 5.81m)
Attached to the building above, a steel and timber framed building with a tin sheeted roof with part Yorkshire boarding and concrete flooring.

General Purpose Building  
60' 0'' x 40' 0'' (18.27m x 12.18m)
A three bay steel portal framed building with part concrete block walls and corrugated sheeting above, under a corrugated sheeted roof, with concrete flooring, accessed via large door and personal door. There is a corner separated off and is utilised as a workshop. The building benefits from mains electric.

Lean-To (adjoining the general purpose building)  
34' 0'' x 20' 0'' (10.36m x 6.09m)
A two bay mono pitched steel framed building, with sheeted roof, with a concrete floor, open fronted to the yard.

Loose Box/Stable  
11' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.35m x 3.65m)
A timber framed building with concrete block wall and boarding above under a corrugated sheeted roof.

Staw Barn  
16' 0'' x 17' 1'' (4.87m x 5.20m)
A one bay extra high steel and timber framed building with part concrete block walls and sheeting above together with a corrugated sheeted roof and concrete flooring.

Livestock Shed  
53' 0'' x 30' 0'' (16.14m x 9.14m)
A three bay steel and timber framed livestock building which has been used as loosing housing with feed barrier to the front, concrete flooring, corrugated sheeted roof and vehicle access gate. The building is currently incorporated internally with the adjoining livestock building.

Adjoining Livestock Shed  
43' 1'' x 15' 0'' (13.12m x 4.57m)
A three bay steel and timber framed livestock building used as loosing housing, concrete flooring, corrugated sheeted roof, water trough and vehicle access gate. The building is currently incorporated internally with the adjoining building.

Machinery Store  
24' 1'' x 33' 0'' (7.34m x 10.05m)
A two bay timber framed building with wooden panelling, sheeted roof and concreting flooring.

Land  
The land is down to pasture with all suitable for grazing and mowing. The land is conveniently situated in one block within a ring fence, with access from the farm stead, Pewit Lane and from Sitwell Grange Lane through various field entrances. The land is separated into numerous fields with a mixture of hedgerows and post and wire fencing. The farmhouse and buildings are located with fields surround all boundaries. The land is relatively free draining and provides good grazing and mowing. The land measures approximately 67.68 acres (27.39 ha) or thereabouts.

General Information  

Services  
The property has the benefit of mains electricity, water and telephone with drainage to a private septic tank, with an solid fuel fired central heating system.

Fixtures and Fittings  
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements 
The property is sold subject to and with the benefits of the rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not defined in these particulars. We are not aware of any public rights of way over the land.

Tenure and Possession 
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession granted upon completion.

Timber, Minerals and Sporting Rights  
We understand these to be included in the sale as far as they exist.

Basic Payment Scheme 
The land is registered with Rural Payments and entitlements are included within the sale and will be transferred to the successful purchaser.The vendor will claim the BPS for the 2018 year, and the purchaser will be obliged to cross comply over the reference period for the claim year.

Local Authority  
North East Derbyshire District Council, 2013 Mill Lane Wingerworth, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S42 6NG, Telephone 01246 231111

Council Tax - Band D 

EPC Rating  
F

Declaration 
The professional executors of the estate do not have any personal knowledge of the property and therefore they cannot give any confirmation of the accuracy of anything stated about the property. Prospective buyers must therefore rely entirely on their own enquiries and inspections.

Viewing  
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Bagshaws at the Bakewell Office 01629 812 777.

Solicitors  
Cleaver Thompson, 6a Eyre Street, Clay Cross, Derbyshire, S45 9NS. Tel: 01773 832193.

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Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 April 2018

Nearest stations

  • Alfreton (3.1 mi)
  • Kirkby in Ashfield (5.8 mi)
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Bagshaws, Bakewell

The Agricultural Business Centre, Agricultural Way, Bakewell, DE45 1AH

01629 358008 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Alfreton (3.1 mi)
  • Kirkby in Ashfield (5.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Bagshaws, Bakewell

The Agricultural Business Centre, Agricultural Way, Bakewell, DE45 1AH

01629 358008 Local call rate

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