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Onecote, Onecote, Leek, Staffordshire

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£1,600,000
Added on 26/08/2021
Graham Watkins, Leek
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
×3
BATHROOMS
×1

Key features

  • Three Bedroom Farmhouse
  • 174.11 Acres
  • Numerous Farm Buildings
  • Rural Location

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

WELL EQUIPPED RING FENCED STOCK FARM

Manor Farm comprises a ring-fenced stock farm which was previously used as a dairy farm comprising a stone and tiled dwelling house, together with a good range of adjoining traditional stone and tiled farm buildings in a courtyard setting which maybe suitable for alternative uses subject to necessary planning consents. There are also a comprehensive range of modern portal framed buildings.
The grassland associated with the property lies within a ring fence, the whole of which is considered to be in good heart with a good proportion being suitable for mowing purposes as well as grazing and extends to a total of 174.11 acres or thereabouts.
The property enjoys a pleasant country location within the Peak District National Park and is well worthy of an early inspection to appreciate the property that is on offer.

Situation - The property is approached by means of a hardcore driveway from Blakelow Road, over which, we understand other properties also have rights of way. We understand that the latter part of the driveway is in the ownership of the farm, although a neighbouring farm continues to enjoy a right of way over this part of the roadway. The property lies 4.4 miles from the market town of Leek with a wide range of facilities, 12.1 miles from Buxton and 15.7 miles for Ashbourne.

Directions - If travelling from Leek, take the A53 towards Buxton and after approximately 0.5 miles take the right hand turn onto Thorncliffe Road, after 0.7 miles turn right and immediately left onto Easing Lane and follow this road to the top of the hill. At the junction turn left and after a short distance turn right onto the private roadway that leads to Manor Farm, as indicated by our For Sale' boards and the attached plan.

Manor Farm - Description - The property comprises a stone and tiled dwelling house, together with a substantial range of traditional stone and tiled adjoining farm buildings with the potential for other uses, subject to the necessary planning consents and a comprehensive range of modern portal framed buildings used by the dairy and beef herd. The land associated with the property lies within a ring fence and extends to to a total of 174.11 acres or thereabouts.

Accommodation Comprises: - Stone and tiled dwelling house which has the benefit of double glazing comprises the following accommodation:-

Rear Entrance Door - Providing access to:

Rear Entrance Hall - 3.29m x 1.84m (10'10" x 6'0") - With tiled floor and exposed feature stone walls. Windows to two aspects.

Cloakroom - With wash hand basin, low flush WC, part tiled walls and tiled floor.

Utility Room - 3.79m x 2.48m (12'5" x 8'2") - Plumbing for washing machine and sink unit. Windows to two aspects.

Inner Hall - Tiled floor, radiator and enclosed staircase off. Under stairs cupboard.

Kitchen - 4.15mx 4.19m (13'7" x 13'9") - With solid fuel Rayburn, double sink unit, radiator and tiled floor. Built in cupboard and small range of kitchen units. Electric cooker point. Window to side aspect.

Pantry - 2.23m x 4.56m (7'4" x 15'0") - With tiled floor.

Living Room - 4.20m x 4.26m (13'9" x 14'0") - With tiled fire place, door to porch and radiator. Window to front aspect.

Enclosed Front Porch - 2.05m x 1.26m (6'9" x 4'2") - With tiled floor and feature stone walls. Windows to two aspects.

Front Room - 4.27m x 4.30m (14'0" x 14'1") - With fire place and radiator. Window to front aspect.

Pantry - 2.27m x 2.61m (7'5" x 8'7") - With tiled floor, stillages and fitted shelves

Stairs - Enclosed Staircase leading to Half Landing and:-

Box Room - 4.55m x 2.23m into eaves and 2.62m x 2.28m into eaves

Landing - Main Landing giving access to:-

Bedroom One - 4.31m x 4.26m (14'2" x 14'0") - With radiator and window to front aspect.

Bedroom Two - 4.24m x 3.37m plus recess (13'11" x 11'1" plus recess) - With radiator and window to front aspect.

Bedroom Three - 4.58m x 4.32m (15'0" x 14'2") - .58m x 4.32m including airing cupboard. With radiator and window to side aspect.

Bathroom - 3.43m x1.14m plus recess (11'3" x 3'9" plus recess) - With bath, wash hand basin, low flush WC and radiator.

Outside - There is a spacious lawn area and paved flagged patio area to the front of the property with a further garden area to the side which gives access to a small stone and tiled range comprising:

Storage Building - 2.08m x 4.82m (6'10" x 15'10") - With a further store room of similar size. There is a spacious concrete yard area which gives access to the farm buildings as detailed below:-

Farm Buildings - FARM BUILDINGS (PLEASE NOTE NUMBERS OF BUILDINGS AS SHOWN ON THE BUILDING PLAN FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY)

Adjoining the dwelling house there is a substantial range of L shaped stone and tiled farm buildings which maybe suitable for alterative uses subject to necessary consents. Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the local planning authorities

The range comprises: -

Farm Buildings - 1 - Former Dairy - 2.84m x 4.38m
With loft over

1 - Shippon for 12 - 4.51m x 11.61m
With loft over

1 - Shippon for 7 - 6.59m x 4.33m
With loft over

1 - Shippon for 8 - 8.96m x 4.88m
With loft over

Farm Buildings - 1 - Shippon / Loose Box 4.86m x 5.65m
With loft over

1- Fodder Bing

1 - Shippon/Loose Box 4.90m x 5.51m
With loft over

1 - Loose Box 4.18m x 4.95m
With loft over

2 - Timber and Sheeted Lean To 10.562 m x 5.839 m
To the rear of the diary, in a dilapidated condition.

Modern Farm Buildings - The modern farm buildings are based on portal frame type construction with mainly concrete block walls. It is noted that these buildings briefly comprise the following:-

Modern Farm Buildings - 3 - Mono pitched Implement Store 18.33m x 6.85m
With wooden doors and concrete block walls

4 - Adjoining Concrete Portal Framed Building 18.30m x 24.05m
partly used as a workshop and part loose housing with feed barrier, concrete block walls and wooden doors,

5 - Adjoining Galvanised Portal Framed Building 13.92m x 11.25m
Used for implement storage and livestock housing, with concrete block
walls and galvanised sliding door.

6 - Free standing Portal Framed Building 17.71m x 12.94m
With concrete panels, Yorkshire boarding, cement fibre roof and galvanised sliding double doors door.
Earth floor and having been used for implement and produce storage.

Portal Framed Buildings - Portal Framed Range comprising the following:-

Portal Framed Buildings - 7 - Portal Framed Cubicle Building for 72 47.55m x 13.31m
With central feed passage and feed barriers with locking yokes. Automatic slurry scraping system as fitted.

8 - Adjoining Feed Store 3.94m x 9.10m
With concrete block walls and roller shutter door.

9 - Adjacent Milk Dairy 6.41m x 3.05m
With Darikool bulk milk tank and associated milking equipment. Part tiled walls.

10 - Second Dairy 3.05m x 2.59
With Springfield water heater and associated equipment. Part tiled walls.

11 - Milking Parlour 23m x 7.22m
With three aside tandem milking parlour and collecting yard.

Please Note - The milking parlour, bulk milk tank and associated equipment have been unused since approximately January 2018 when the herd was dispersed.

Portal Framed Buildings - 12 - Loose Box/Bull Pen 4.35m x 7.07m
With concrete block walls.

13 - Above ground Circular Slurry Store
With associated slurry pump.

14 - Timber and corrugated Loose Yard 13.80m x 5.95m

15 Timber and corrugated Loose Yard 13.80m x 4.56m

16 - Adjoining Store 9.16m x 4.40m

Land - The land lies within a ring fence and lies mainly to the west and south of the homestead. All the land is laid to permanent pasture, with the exception of two small areas of amenity woodland. A good proportion of the land is suitable for mowing as well as grazing, all being slightly undulating in nature. It is believed that the land has the benefit of some natural water sources and interested parties should make their own inspection.

Services - We understand that the property is connected to electricity with drainage being by private means. The farm has a private water supply only. Mains water we understand is in the vicinity, but not connected to the property, Interested parties should make their own enquiries if they wish to have a supply connected.

Local Authority - The local authorities are Staffordshire County Council, Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, and Peak Park Planning Authority to whom any enquiries of a planning nature or any other appropriate matter should be addressed.

Basic Payment Scheme - All the eligible land is registered for the basic payment scheme and annual entitlements have been claimed. The entitlements are included with the sale and it is intended that the entitlements will be transferred to the buyer in readiness for the 2022 claim subject to he rules of the RPA.

Viewings - By prior arrangement through Graham Watkins & Co. Please email: or telephone the office.

Tenure And Possession - The property is held freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.

Wayleaves - The property is sold subject to and with the benefits of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements, quasieasements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, whether or not referred to in these stipulations, the particulars or special conditions of sale.

Mapping - The plans provided in these particulars are indicative and for identification purposes.

Please Note - The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked the legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor.

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Messres. Graham Watkins & Co. for themselves and for the vendor or lessor of this property whose agents they are, give notice that:
1.All statements do not constitute any part of, an offer of a contract;
2.All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of the Messrs. Graham Watkins & Co. or the vendor or lessor;
3.None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact;
4.Any intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statement contained in these particulars;
5.The vendor or lessor does not make or give also Messrs. Graham Watkins & Co., nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give, any representatives or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.

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Onecote, Onecote, Leek, Staffordshire

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Graham Watkins, Leek

57 Derby Street, Leek, ST13 6JL

Graham Watkins & Co are a firm of chartered surveyors, estate and land agents, auctioneers and valuers incorporating Bury & Hilton Agricultural.

This firm was established following a split in the partnership of Bury & Hilton. The principal is Graham Watkins MRICS FAAV, who qualified in 1980, being a member of The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and also a member of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers.

Graham originates from an established farming background in m

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