Mortgage calculator

?

?

« Back

124.46 acres, Wessington, Alfreton, Derbyshire
Under Offer - Guide Price £1,740,000


A predominately ring-fenced agricultural holding, extending in total to approximately 124.46 acres (50.37 hectares), comprising grassland, farmhouse and a range of farm buildings.



Description

- Grade II listed farmhouse and walled garden Modern agricultural buildings
- A range of traditional farm buildings and a former Chapel, with redevelopment opportunities (subject to planning)
- Approximately 122.00 acres (49.37 hectares) of Grade 3 and 4 grassland
-For sale by Private Treaty, available as a whole or in five lots

Situation
Roadnook Farm is located on the edge of the popular village of Wessington, situated on the periphery of the Derbyshire Dales. Wessington offers a range of services including a primary school, pub, takeaway restaurants and garages. The nearby towns of Alfreton and Matlock are within a short drive, with the Property being well placed for access to the Peak District National Park which offers a wonderful array of recreational activities including walking, climbing, horse riding, fishing and sailing. The Property has the benefit of good transport links to the A61 and A38, with the large market town of Chesterfield and cities of Derby and Nottingham within easy reach. Railway stations can be found in Alfreton, Whatstandwell and Chesterfield.

Description
Roadnook Farm offers an exciting opportunity to purchase an attractive, predominately ring-fenced grassland farm with traditional and modern agricultural buildings. The Property boasts a Grade II listed farmhouse, believed to date from the mid Eighteenth Century, with its own Grade II listed walled garden. A range of modern farm buildings lie to the east of the farmhouse. The range of listed traditional buildings, including a former Chapel, provide an exciting opportunity for redevelopment subject to the necessary consents being obtained.

The grassland stretches predominately to the east of the farmyard over rolling Derbyshire countryside extending in total to approximately 122.00 acres. The land is classified as Grade 3 and 4 according to the Agricultural Land Classification and is of the Parkdale soil series.

LOT 1: Farmhouse, farm buildings and land extending in total to 25.11 acres
The farmhouse is a Grade II listed, detached, three storey farmhouse of stone construction under a slate roof. The house would benefit from a scheme of modernisation but provides an exciting opportunity to create a substantial family home. The ground floor comprises a large farmhouse kitchen with Stanley oil fired range cooker with pantry, reception room with log burning stove and conservatory as well as a downstairs WC. Over the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom, on the second floor there are two further attic bedrooms.

The farmhouse benefits from a Grade II listed walled garden with lawns, mature shrubs and trees. The farmhouse also benefits from oil fired central heating, mains water and mains electricity. Drainage is via a septic tank drainage system. Buyers should be aware that this is unlikely to meet the required standards detailed in the new General Binding Rules. Any Potential Purchasers should satisfy themselves of the condition of the septic tank.

Roadnook Farm benefits from a traditional range of stone and brick farm buildings situated around a concrete yard. The buildings include a two storey range comprising a feed barn and store place, with adjoining single storey lean-to comprising two stables and a further lean-to with store place. Further traditional buildings include a former stone dairy and further store building. The modern farm buildings include four livestock buildings of steel portal frame construction, with concrete panel walls, Yorkshire boarding and fibre cement roofs as well as a machinery store of timber pole construction, a lean-to steel portal framed machinery/implement store and a silage clamp.

Included within Lot 1 is the former Chapel of stone and brick construction with slate roof. Dating from 1673, this Grade II listed building offers an exciting development opportunity for potential diversification projects subject to planning.

A footpath runs adjacent to the farmhouse along the farm drive and continues east towards Butterfield Lane.

Dispersed across four fields and the walled garden, the grassland extends to 22.65 acres, wrapping around the house and buildings, and to the north towards Winny Brook.

LOT 2: Grassland extending to 42.17 acres
Lot 2 is located to the east and south east of the farmyard and extends to 42.17 acres of grazing land with road frontage onto both Back Lane and Butterfield Lane. Two footpaths bisect Lot 2; the first footpath runs from Millers Lane towards Wessington with the other footpath running from east to west from the main farmyard towards Butterfield Lane.

LOT 3: Grassland extending to 22.88 acres
The grassland is located to the north of the farmyard and extends to 22.88 acres with road frontage onto Brackenfield Lane, Millers Lane and Butterfield Lane. This lot is bounded by the Winny Brook to the south. Two public footpaths cross Lot 3; the first runs from Millers Lane and continues to the south towards Winny Brook with the second running from the north west to towards Butterfield Lane.

LOT 4: Grassland extending to 19.75 acres
A single field, located to the west of the farmyard which extends to 19.75 acres of grazing land. With the benefit of road frontage, access is directly from Brackenfield Lane. A public footpath runs along the southern boundary of Lot 4. A gas pipeline, in favour of Cadent Gas Limited, crosses Lot 4.

LOT 5: Grassland extending to 14.55 acres
Lot 5 is located to the south of the main farmyard immediately adjacent to the village of Wessington. With the benefit of road frontage, access to the land is from both Brackenfield Lane and Back Lane. A footpath runs through Lot 5 from the south west boundary from Back Lane to the north east corner joining the farm track in the centre of the property. A gas pipeline, in favour of Cadent Gas Limited, crosses both field parcels in Lot 5.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Method of Sale
The Property is offered for sale by Private Treaty, available as a whole or in five lots.
Tenure and Tenancies The Property is held freehold. Vacant possession will be given on completion.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
Public footpaths cross the Property, present in Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

A Cadent Gas Limited pipeline crosses Lots 4 and 5. Lot 1 will be sold subject to rights of way for all purposes to serve Lots 2 and 5, along the farm drive. Purchasers of Lots 2 and 5, will be required to contribute in respect of repair and maintenance to the farm drive to the Purchaser of Lot 1.

The Property is sold subject to or with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements, quasi-easements, rights of way, covenants and restrictions whether defined in these particulars or not.

Basic Payment Scheme
The Vendor will register and transfer to the Purchaser(s) all Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) Entitlements sufficient to match the eligible area of the Property. The BPS entitlements are included in the purchase price. The Purchaser is to indemnify the Vendor for any breach by the Purchaser of cross compliance obligations under the BPS prior to 31 December 2020.

Nitrate Vulnerable Zone
The Property lies within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ).

Services
Prospective Purchasers will have to satisfy themselves as to the availability of services and any future connections.

Boundaries
Prospective Purchasers will have to satisfy themselves as to the ownership of boundaries.

Sporting and Timber Rights
Sporting and timber rights are included in the sale.

Mineral Rights
The mines and mineral rights are included in the sale.

VAT
We understand that the land is not elected for VAT. If this is not the case, then VAT will be payable in addition to the purchase price.

Local Authority
North East Derbyshire District Council www.ne-derbyshire.gov.uk Tel No: 01246 231111

Viewings
Viewing of the buildings and farmhouse are strictly through appointment through the Selling Agents' Doncaster Office, viewing days will be arranged for Prospective Purchasers. Unaccompanied viewing of the land to be conducted during daylight hours when in possession of these sales particulars. All viewings, inspections and meetings will be subject to strict protocol in order to adhere to the COVID-19 rules and recommendations as set out by the UK Government.

Health and Safety
We ask that all interested parties take great care and be as vigilant as possible when making an inspection of the Property for their own personal safety.

Plans
All plans are reproduced from Ordnance Survey Maps with sanction and control of HM Stationery Office, License Number AL100005237.


Acreage: 124.46 Acres

Disclaimer

Property Ref.11252_DON200017. The information about this property is an advertisement displayed on our website by the agent referred to above. This advertisement does not comprise property particulars. AMC does not warrant its accuracy or completeness or the accuracy or completeness of any linked or associated information. Please see website terms of use