Land for saleBradnop, Leek
- For sale by auction in four Lots 118.39 acres (47.92 ha) in total
- Lot Two 34.44 Acres (13.94 ha) Grassland at Brown Edge Farm, Bradnop
- Guide Price £4,000 to £7,000 per acre
- Frontage to public highway
- Opposite Lot Three
- Close to the market town of Leek
- Easy access to many major towns and cities
- Two further lots of grassland of varying sizes
Full descriptionLot Two, Land at Brown Edge Farm, Bradnop, ST13 7NN. For sale by Auction 18th July 2016 at Bakewell. Lot Two Grassland extending to about 34.44 acres (13.94 ha), Guide Price: £4,000 to £7,000 per acre
From Ashbourne: Take the A52/A523 west towards Leek, on reaching the cross roads at Bottom House turn left onto the B5053 sign posted Ipstones. Continue for just over a mile and at the cross roads at the top of Ipstones Edge turn right and follow the lane around various sharp bends until it leads into the drive to Brown Edge Farm. From Leek: Take the A523 east towards Ashbourne and on reaching the cross roads at Bottom House turn right onto to B5023 and proceed as above.
With quarry tiled floor.
16' 7'' x 11' 7'' (5.05m x 3.53m)
Tiled fireplace. Window to front and rear. Blue brick floor.
15' 6'' x 15' 1'' (4.72m x 4.59m)
With window to front.
With stairs off.
15' 6'' x 10' 8'' (4.72m x 3.25m)
Stainless steel double drainer sink unit with cupboard under. Solid fuel rayburn also providing hot water. Tiled floor. Electric meter. Cupboard under stairs. Window to front.
9' 10'' x 6' 5'' (2.99m x 1.95m)
10' 0'' x 6' 5'' (3.05m x 1.95m)
AT FIRST FLOOR LEVEL
Council Tax Band
The property is in Council Tax Band D.
The traditional buildings lend themselves to redevelopment but purchasers must satisfy themselves with regard to all planning matters.
Development Uplift Clause
For avoidance of doubt there is no development uplift clause on the property.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land has been registered for the Basic Payment Scheme. The entitlements have been claimed for 2016 but may be available for purchase, but, are specifically excluded from the sale. The purchaser may have the opportunity of acquiring them privately.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether or not they are defined in these particulars. There are various footpaths crossing the farm and a private right of way through Lot Four.
Lot One: Please note there is no stock proof boundary to the land to the east which historically has been grazed with the farm. Lot Three: The purchaser is responsible for erecting a stock proof boundary to Lot One particularly with regard to the north side of OS2452. Lot Four: The purchaser is responsible for erecting a new stock proof boundary in the north west corner along the line of the original boundary.
Timber, Sporting and Mineral Rights
Timber, Minerals and Sporting Rights are believed to be in hand and any value is included in the sale.
Dilapidations and Ingoing Valuation
There will be no ingoing valuation in respect of any of the lots and neither will any allowance be made in respect of any dilapidations that there might be.
Strictly by appointment through the Ashbourne Office of the sole agents on 01335 342201, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Lot Four: this may be inspected on foot from the main farm or via the lane to Lower Lady Meadows but parking/turning is restricted and therefore prospective buyers must obtain parking directions from the office before driving to the land.
Energy Performance Rating
Not required as this is a Listed Property.
Please note all areas are based upon the RPA plans with the exception of Lot One which is based on computer Pro Map plans.
Mr I C Naylor, Bowcock and Pursaill, 54 St Edward Street, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 5DJ. T: 01538 3399199
Contract of Sale
The Contract of Sale will be available at the offices of the auctioneers and solicitors seven days prior to the sale but will not be read at the sale. The auctioneers will be in the saleroom fifteen minutes prior to the commencement of the auction to deal with any matters arising from either the contract of sale, the sale particulars or relating to the property generally. At the time appointed the sale will continue and thereafter no further queries will be dealt with and the purchaser will be deemed to have knowledge of the contract of sale and to have satisfied himself fully upon all matters contained or referred to therein, whether or not he has read them.
Deposit and Completion
The successful purchaser will be required to pay a deposit of 10% of the sale price upon the fall of the hammer. The signing of the contract of sale and the 10% deposit is legally binding on both parties and completion will occur in 28 days thereafter, unless stated otherwise at the auction. Please contact the auctioneers for further details.
11' 2'' x 10' 2'' (3.40m x 3.10m)
Plus small recess. Window to front.
With bath, hand basin and wc. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
With window to rear.
16' 1'' x 12' 10'' (4.90m x 3.91m)
Window to front. Open fireplace.
16' 7'' x 12' 2'' (5.05m x 3.71m)
Window to front.
Range of stone buildings adjacent to the rear entrance. To the front of the property there is a small walled courtyard and beyond this again an area of former garden which is now bounded by a low stone wall. It also includes various mature trees.
Money Laundering Regulations
Please note that all purchasers must provide two forms of identification to comply with Money Laundering Regulations 2003. This means that a passport or driving licence together with a utility bill for proof of address at the time of signing the contract.
The farmhouse is constructed predominantly of stone with stone mullioned windows under a tiled roof and provides the following accommodation which is in need of modernisation and together with the adjoining farm buildings offers a wonderful opportunity to create a most interesting country residence.
On the ground floor
Approximate distances to local towns and cities
Leek 2 miles Derby 28 miles Ashbourne 13 miles Stoke on Trent 13 miles Buxton 14 miles Macclesfield 16 miles Bakewell 20 miles Birmingham 59 miles Manchester 36 miles
Traditional Farm Buildings
Attached to the side of the farm house is a substantial ?L? shaped range of stone under tile traditional building approximately 18.4 metres (60') long. It should be noted that the roof has partially collapsed. Facing the house is a detached two storey barn of stone under tile construction with a brick under tile lean-to at the rear (overall measurements 11.9m x 8.63m or 39' x 28').
40' 0'' x 27' 3'' (12.18m x 8.30m)
Steel frame, asbestos cement and block construction.
Fixtures and Fittings
Only those fixtures and fittings referred to in the sale particulars are included in the purchase price.
Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, Moorlands House, Stockwell Street, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 6HQ. T: 0345 605 3010
16' 9'' x 15' 6'' (5.10m x 4.72m)
Of steel frame with asbestos cement roof cladding.
comprising three adjoining steel framed buildings part block walls with sheeted entrance gate and asbestos cement roof. Viz: Parlour With 20/10 Herringbone Parlour having galvanised steel cladding and feed loft over. Collecting Yard Feed Area with central feed passage. 96 cubicles in two double rows. Access to front yard and rear access to concrete path providing field access.
Earth Bank Silage Clamp
The farm lies within a ring fence and all the land is down to grass. The fields to the south and west are more suitable for grazing and mowing, whereas the land to the north is grazing only with the field adjoining the stream sloping down steeply.
Extends in total to about 56.73 Acres (22.96 Ha). Hatched red on the plan and scheduled as follows:
34.44 Acres (13.94 Ha). Hatched green on the plan and scheduled as follows: A substantial level block of grazing/mowing ground with frontage to the public highway.
14.77 Acres (5.98 Ha). Hatched blue on the plan and scheduled as follows: A useful block of grassland lying opposite Lot Two and also having direct access to the public highway.
12.45 Acres (5.04 Ha). Hatched yellow on the plan. A single field of permanent pasture adjoining Lot One and also having access off the lane leading to Lower Lady Meadows which in turn leads directly off the A523 Ashbourne to Leek main road. Please see special note on viewing arrangements.
Tenure and Possession
The farm is sold Freehold. Note: A neighbour has grazed/mown the farm this season and would be interested in a similar arrangement with a new owner if they do not require the land.
Mains electricity is connected. Private drainage. Water via a bore hole.
Brown Edge Farm, Bradnop, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 7NN
OCCUPYING A DELIGHTFUL SOUTH FACING LOCATION WITH VIEWS ACROSS OPEN COUNTRYSIDE. LISTED STONE FARMHOUSE FOR RENOVATION. TRADITIONAL STONE BUILDINGS. SCOPE FOR CONVERSION AND REDEVELOPMENT SUBJECT TO PLANNING. RANGE OF MODERN DAIRY FARM BUILDINGS TOGETHER WITH GRASSLAND EXTENDING TO 118.39 ACRES (47.92 HA) STREAM FRONTAGE. LOT ONE: HOUSE, BUILDINGS AND GRASSLAND EXTENDING TO ABOUT 56.7 ACRES (22.96 HA) LOT TWO: GRASSLAND EXTENDING TO ABOUT 34.44 ACRES (13.94 HA) LOT THREE: GRASSLAND EXTENDING TO ABOUT 14.77 ACRES (5.98 HA) LOT FOUR: GRASSLAND EXTENDING TO 12.45 ACRES (5.04 HA) FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION IN FOUR LOTS At The Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1AH On Monday 18th July 2016 at 3pm All Enquiries to Ashbourne Office 01335 342201 Vine House, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1AE ...
Brown Edge Farm occupies a delightful location at the end of a ?No Through Road?, surrounded by its own land and enjoying fine southerly views. It lies within the Staffordshire Moorlands and close to the Peak District National Park. The nearby village of Ipstones provides the usual range of local amenities whilst the busy market town of Leek offers an excellent and eclectic range of shops, restaurants and recreational facilities. It also has a thriving livestock market. To the east lies the Market Town of Ashbourne which also provides an interesting and wide range of shops and leisure facilities. For those needing to commute Stoke on Trent and Macclesfield are both within easy reach providing mainline railway connections to the north and south.
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