6 bedroom farm for sale

Long Causeway, Burnley, Lancashire, BB10

Guide Price 3,976 sq. ft. | £1,375,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 3,976 sq ft (369 sq m)

Key features

  • Rural
  • barn conversion
  • agricultural land
  • woodland
  • Planning permission granted
  • stunning views
  • open countryside
  • Two dwellings

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

LOCATION

Causewayside Farm is situated in a convenient and attractive rural location on the edge of the popular village of Cliviger with stunning views from both dwellings, approximately 1.5 miles away. The property is also approximately 3.5 miles from Burnley and 28 miles from Manchester and within easy reach of the M65 which in turn provides access to the wider motorway network. A location plan is attached to these sales particulars.

DIRECTIONS

From the M65 (East or West) exit at Junction 10 to Burnley, continue onto Cavalry Way (A671) for 0.4 miles. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Westway (A671) and continue for 0.3 miles, then turn right onto Trafalgar Street (A671) and continue for 0.5 miles. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Centenary Way (A682) and continue for 0.5 miles past Tesco on your right, at the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Yorkshire Street (A671), continue straight on for 1.5 miles, travelling on Harry Pots Way past Burnley FC and then Brunshaw Road, going over one roundabout at Pike Hill. Continue onto Red Lees Road for 1.1 miles to The Kettledrum Inn where you take a left onto The Long Causeway, travel a further 0.8 miles where you will find Causeway Side Farm on your left, a GHA For Sale board will be placed where the land starts and adjacent to the entrance of the property.
Postcode for sat nav is: BB10 4RP.

GENERAL

Causewayside Farm as a whole comprises a four bedroom barn conversion (Badger Cottage), an adjoining two bedroom farmhouse with attached unconverted barn, a range of modern steel portal frame agricultural buildings with the benefit of planning permission for partial demolition and conversion into three dwellings and approximately 5.59 acres of woodland and 99.01 acres of grassland or thereabouts.

The property has been lotted in such a way that will be of interest to a wide range of potential purchasers, equestrian, agricultural, hobby farmers, residential or investment market. The planning permissions that have been obtained for residential conversion have also created a development opportunity that will be of interest to private individuals or small developers.

The availability of an additional 84 acres of land on a rental basis from three local landowners all of whom have indicated their approval to continue letting the land to the new owners of Causewayside Farm means that someone purchasing the whole or the majority of the farm could operate a sustainable farm business.

There are three farm buildings at Causewayside Farm all of which are in good condition and comprise as follows:

Cubicle shed: 28.65m (94') x 24.08m (79')
A steel portal frame building with part concrete block and part corrugated tin upper side cladding and roof cladding comprising 60 cow cubicles with a central feed passage and former milking parlour.

General purpose shed: 19.2m (63') x 8m (26')
A steel portal frame building with concrete floor, steel sheet side cladding and corrugated cement fibre roof cladding.

Machinery and workshop: 12.4m (40') x 12.4m (40')
A steel portal frame building with box profile sheet side cladding, internal boarding and corrugated fibre cement roof cladding.

Earth bank silage clamp with concrete floor

Slurry store constructed of concrete block walls and concrete floor.

Although the agricultural buildings have planning permission to be converted into three dwellings and are offered for sale separatly in Lots 3 and 4, they are still useful agricultural buildings that could form part of a valuable livestock farm if left unconverted.

LOT 1 - BADGER COTTAGE

The converted barn is constructed from natural random stone under a slate roof with UPVC double glazed windows throughout. All of the flag floors are fully damp proofed underneath and the internal walls are thermalite block walls built within the existing structure and are load bearing. The property provides 2,448 square feet of living accommodation and provides accommodation over two floors as follows:

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch/ Utility Room: 5.1m x 1.88m
Kitchen: 4.1m x 7.9m - Fitted pine wall and base units and island unit with granite worktops including a freestanding oven and Aga (which is used to heat the water). The kitchen has stone flag flooring and stairs leading to the lounge.
Lounge: 8.25m x 7.73m - a large open room with a central stone pillar, wood burning stove and exposed stone walls. The lounge leads to the conservatory, bathroom and there are stairs off to the first floor.
Garden Room: 8m x 2.78m - UPVC doubled glazed windows and stone flooring.
Bathroom: 3.2m x 1.95m - three piece suite comprising shower, WC and wash hand basin and wood flooring.

First Floor

Landing: 3.9m x 2.35m
Master Bedroom 1: 4.3m x 4.8m which lead through to the -
Dressing Room: 4.25m x 3.05m
Second landing which has a loft access point and leads to three bedrooms:
Bedroom 2: 4.01m x 3.01m
Bedroom 3: 4.05m x 3.63m
Bedroom 4: 2.2m x 4.07m & 4.23m x 2.26m - three piece suite comprising panelled bath with shower attachment, WC, wash hand basin and two airing cupboards.

External

Detached double garage, wood store and front and rear lawned gardens that benefit from open countryside views.

Land

3.36 acres of grassland and woodland to the front and rear of the property as shown edged in pink on the sale plan enclosed.
Services

Spring water to the whole property and the kitchen sink water passes through a filter and ultra violet cleanser. Mains electricty. Septic tank drainage that is joint with the farmhouse. Oil fired Aga and recently fitted modern condenser oil fired boiler.

LOT 2 - FARMHOUSE

The farmhouse is constructed from natural random stone under a slate roof with UPVC double glazed windows throughout. The property was re-wired, re-plumbed and a new central heating system installed three years ago. The property provides 839 square feet of unconverted floor space and a gross internal area of 1,528 square feet of living accommodation and provides accommodation over two floors as follows:

Ground Floor

Porch/ Utility Room: 1.91m x 3.5m
Kitchen: 4.54m x 6.6m - Fitted wood wall and base units with black granite worktops including a freestanding oven and aga. The kitchen has a tiled floor and beamed ceilings showing the property's original features.
Conservatory: 2m x 4.57m - UPVC double glazed windows with pine boarded floor.Lounge: 4.4m x 4.6m - Stone built fireplace with wood burning stove and beamed ceilings.
Bathroom: 2.62m x 1.84m - Three piece white suite comprising bath with electric shower over, WC and wash hand basin and tiled floor.

First Floor

Bedroom one: 4.36m x 3.78m
En-suite: 1.51m x 2.73m comprising a shower, WC and wash hand basin and pine boarded floor.
Bedroom two: 4.43m x 3.21m
The landing continues past the entrance to the two bedrooms to easily be connected to the attached unconverted barn.

Unconverted barn

This is attached to the farmhouse and is also constructed from natural random stone under a slate roof. It could easily be converted to extend the farmhouse (subject to planning approval). The main part of the barn is two storey in height and provides a gross internal floor area of 48 square metres. There is also a lean-to garage to the rear with an open front which measures 6.5m x 4.7m.

Static caravan

A 37' x 12' Atlas Ovation two bedroom static caravan clad in green in very good condition with a timber patio to the south and west located to the rear of the farmhouse. The caravan is serviced by mains water, calor gas and septic tank drainage (shared with two dwellings).

Services

Mains water to the whole property and spring water to the kitchen sink passing through a filter and ultra violet cleanser. Main electricty. Septic tank drainage that is joint with Badger Cottage. Oil fired aga and recently fitted modern condenser oil fired boiler.

LOT 3 - BARN WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR CONVERSION AND 2.63 ACRES

A modern steel portal frame agricultural building which has permission for conversion under permitted development rights measures 27.43 (90') x 10.78m (35') and is constructed of steel portal frame with concrete with concrete block lower walls, corrugated tin upper side cladding and roof cladding. A prior notification application for demolition was submitted to demolish the general purpose shed and part of the cubicle shed and prior approval was not required.

A prior notification application was then submitted for the change of use of the building to become two dwellinghouses (Class Q (a) only) and this was approved on 13 July 2016. An application for the second stage, Class Q (b), still needs to be submitted to Burnley Borough Council this leaves the purchaser free to choose the layout and design of the proposed dwellings.

The two approved dwellings provide a total gross internal floor area of approximately 295sq m (3,175 sq ft).

Land

A parcel of 2.63 acres (1.06ha) of grassland has been lotted with the building in addition to the curtilage area surrounding the approved dwelling.

Services

There is currently a spring water supply and mains electricity supply, from the farmhouse, to the buildings. It will be the purchasers' responsibility to obtain mains water and electricity supply and this can be connected adjacent to the entrance of the property and there is an electricity pole to the rear of Badger Cottage from where it is anticipated an electricity connection could be provided to the proposed dwelling.

LOT 4 - BARN WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR CONVERSION AND 3.88 ACRES

The modern steel portal frame agricultural building measures 12.19m (40') x 12.19m (40') and is constructed with a steel portal frame with a concrete floor, steel sheet side cladding and corrugated cement fibre roof cladding.

A prior notification application was submitted for the change of use of the barn to become a dwellinghouse (Class Q (a) only) and this was approved on 13 July 2016. An application for the second stage, Class Q (b), still needs to be submitted to Burnley Borough Council so the purchaser can choose the layout and design of the proposed dwelling.

The dwelling will provide a gross internal floor area of 148sq m (1,593 sq ft).

Land

3.88 acres (1.57ha) of grassland in addition to the curtilage area surrounding the approved dwelling.

Services

There is currently a spring water supply and mains electricity supply, from the farmhouse, to the buildings. It will be the purchasers' responsibility to obtain mains water and electricity supply and this can be connected adjacent to the entrance of the property and there is an electricty pole to the rear of Badger Cottage from where it is anticipated an electricity connection could be provided to the proposed dwelling.

LOT 5 - Grassland and woodland

Comprising 4.07 acres (1.65 hectares) acres of woodland and 4.14 acres (1.67 hectares) of grassland. The land has a natural water supply.

LOT 6 - Grassland

Comprising 40.5 acres (16.4 hectares) of productive grassland. There is currently two main water supplies at the north and south of the field parcel.

LOT 7 - Grassland

Comprising 20.23 acres (8.2 hectares) of productive grassland. There is a mains water supply to the west of the field parcel.

LOT 8 - Grassland

Comprising 18.87 acres (7.6 hectares) of productive grassland. There is a mains water supply on the southern boundary of the field parcel.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME

The land is registered with the Rural Land Registry and has the benefit of entitlements under the DEFRA Basic Payment Scheme which will be transferred to the successful buyer(s). The cost of transferring these entitlements will be 250 plus VAT, payable to Gary Hoerty Associates by each buyer(s). For the avoidance of doubt the seller will retain the 2016 Basic Payment Scheme payment in full.

N.B. prospective buyers should be aware of the Basic Payment Scheme rules and the minimum claim area of 5ha.

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP SCHEMES

The majority of the farmland has been entered into an Entry Level Stewardship Scheme and about 40 acres is in Higher Level Stewardship Scheme conditional on grass crops for hay being taken after 15 July in order to protect Common Sorrel for the benefit of Twite Birds. The agreement, number AG00362693, runs from 1 May 2011 to 30 April 2021 a copy of it is available on request.

RIGHTS OF WAY AND EASEMENTS

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves and easements in existence. There is a public footpath that runs in the front of the two dwellings and heads in a north easterly direction and one that runs from the east corner of Lot 8 in a north westerly direction for approximately 230m and there are overhead power cables supported by poles also in Lot 8.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Burnley Borough Council, First Floor, 9 Parker Lane, Burnley, Lancs. BB11 2BY
Tel: 01282 425011

COUNCIL TAX

Badger Cottage
This property is in Council Tax Band G
Farmhouse
This property is in Council Tax Band D

TENURE

The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession available on completion.

METHOD OF SALE

The property is offered for sale by informal tender. The tender date for the property is 12 noon on the 9 December 2016. For tenders to be accepted they must be submitted in accordance with the procedure set out on the attached informal tender sheet.

GUIDE PRICE
Lot 1
Offers in the region of 400,000
Lot 2
Offers in the region of 290,000 - UNDER OFFER
Lot 3
Offers in the region of 230,000
Lot 4
Offers in the region of 120,000
Lot 5
Offers in the region of 35,000
Lot 6
Offers in the region of 200,000
Lot 7
Offers in the region of 100,000
Lot 8
Offers in the region of 95,000
The whole
Offers in the region of 1,400,000

VIEWINGS

Viewings are strictly by appointment with Gary Hoerty Associates as the sole selling agents.


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