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72.63 acres, Manor Farm, Anderton, CW9 6AE, Cheshire
Under Offer - POA

LAND AND BUILDINGS FOR SALE For sale as a Whole or in Lots 

LOT 1 (Red on plan) – Delightful traditional detached barn with planning permission granted for the creation of three residential units, together with further outbuildings – in total 2.265 acres (0.917 Hectare) Guide Price £450,000 - £500,000 +  

LOT 2 (Blue on plan) Two high quality paddocks of 2.25 acres (1.020 Hectare) & 4.238 acres (1.733 Hectare) Guide Price £100,000  

LOT 3 (Green on plan) High Quality Grass extending to 8.626 acres (3.491Hectare) and temporary grass of 9.015 acres (3.648 Hectare) Guide Price £180,000 

LOT 4 (Purple on plan) Highly productive multi purpose arable land, with high proportion of winter oats and potatoes – Split into four enclosures totalling 45.924 Acres (18.585 Hectare) Guide Price £450,000 - £475,000 

SUMMARY This superb and rare buying opportunity is available for sale as a whole or in lots. The method of sale is informal tender, with bids to be submitted by Midday Friday 28th July 2017.  

GENERAL REMARKS The agents' have been favoured with instructions to offer Manor Farm, Anderton for sale by informal tender  

SERVICES Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the respective statutory authorities and through the legal process.  

EASEMENTS AND WAYLEAVES The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all public and private rights of way, light, drainage, cable, pylons and other easements, restrictions or obligations whether or not the same are described in these particulars or contract of sale.

All necessary easements for services to the adjoining residential properties have been retained.

LOCAL AUTHORITIES Cheshire West and Chester Council - Tel : 0300 123 8 123
Manweb/Scottish Power - Tel : 0845 7 292 292
Defra, Crewe - Tel : 01270 754000
United Utilities - 0845 746 2200

VIEWING Via the agents Tarporley office 01829 731300 to arrange a mutually convenient appointment.  

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ACT The property, notwithstanding any description contained within these Particulars of sale, is sold subject to any Development Plan, Tree Preservation Order, Town Planning Scheme or Agreement, Resolution or Notice, which may or may not come to be in force and also subject to any statutory Provision or bye law, without obligation on the part of the vendor to specify them.  

O.S. SHEETS The sale plan is based upon the modern Ordnance Survey Sheets with the sanction of the Controller of H.M.S.O. The purchaser shall raise no objection or query in respect of any variation between the physical boundary on site and the OS Sheet Plan.  

SALE PARTICULARS The sales particulars have been prepared for the convenience of prospective purchasers, and whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, their accuracy is not guaranteed nor in any circumstances will they give grounds for an action in law.  

INFORMAL TENDER Tenders to be submitted on the form of tender attached to these particulars of sale by 12 noon on Friday 28th July 2017 to Mr Robert Reed LLB, Wright Marshall Ltd, 63, High Street, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 0DR. Tender forms can be provided via a request to the selling agents Tarporley office. 

RESERVATION OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS Within the contract of sale there will be a reservation of future development rights over Lots 2, 3 and 4 

PLANNING PERMISSION Lot 1 has residential planning permission for change of use of the existing barn to three dwellings, the replacement of existing hay store to provide garaging and creation of new agricultural access, The permission was granted on Thursday 12th January 2017 and full detail pertaining to this can be found via the CWAC Website reference 16/04521/FUL  

LOCATION Anderton is a lovely area that is a five minute drive from the town centre of Northwich. Within close proximity to the site is the pedestrian entrance to Anderton Nature Park and Marbury Country Park, both of which support a variety of divergent habitats, with stunning aspects and offering a wonderful and popular area for walkers.

Marbury country park sits within the Northwich Woodlands, an area of 350 hectares of parklands to explore and discover. It's network of surfaced paths provides many routes accessible to all and appeals to a variety of users including horse riders, cyclists, nature lovers and families.

Anderton is the home of the fully restored and working Anderton Boat Lift linking the Trent and Mersey Canal and the River Weaver. As the only one of its kind in the world its fame ensures it forms a natural focal point.

There are many ranger led activities and other events including Pedal Power Festival and the annual Anderton Boat Lift Beer and Cider Festival. Marbury Park Open Air Swimming Pool is also a hidden gem nestling within the park. For those interested in staying drier, "biking the back roads" is a gentle bike ride of 20km / 13 miles around the lanes of Anderton and Great Budworth. For sailing enthusiasts, one of the North West's most popular sailing clubs is located just a mile away on Budworth Mere, offering a range of activities from beginners' tuition to open sailing and fleet competitions.

Nearby Arley Hall boasts gardens which are amongst the finest in Europe and created over the past 250 years by successive generations of the same family. The hall itself hosts events such as the popular Walled Garden Evening Theatre Production, Willow Weaving, Dog Fest and Simply Cheshire Spring Fair

Northwich is an old market town located in the heart of the Cheshire Plain. It provides an ideal commuter base being near to the A49, A556 and just ten minutes from junction ten onto the M56 to Chester, North Wales and also Manchester. In terms of railway stations there are excellent connections to Chester-Manchester at Northwich and Greenbank and London-Liverpool via Hartford and Acton Bridge. Crewe railway station, with direct connection to London, is around thirty minutes drive away. The site is also within 30-40 minutes drive of Liverpool and Manchester International Airports and the fast developing MediaCity UK at Salford.

The popular Waitrose Store and Marina on the river embankment opposite Freshwater View started the exciting rejuvenation programme in the town centre. An £80m development in Northwich Town Centre, Barons Quay, is currently underway and developing a thriving leisure and retail quarter, including (an already built) multi screen odeon cinema & a large new Asda superstore. A further seven restaurants plus a hotel and cafe are in development and have been located to enjoy tranquil waterside views.

Just a stones throw away, the Hayhurst Quay scheme created a vibrant waterfront development with a new marina providing 40 moorings, restaurants and a large Waitrose food superstore.

In 2015, a state of the art facility opened in the heart of Northwich, with 2 swimming pools, huge range of gym equipment and classes caters for both fitness fanatics and those looking for entertainment."

Northwich has also been nationally recognised two years in a row as being in the top ten most desirable places to live in the UK, as evidenced by the Sunday Times.

This property is exceptionally well located for a choice of excellent local schools, including highly sought after The Grange Independent school, and Cransley Independent school, both of which can be reached with less than a 3 mile commute.


DIRECTIONS FROM TARPORLEY From our office in the centre of Tarporley proceed out of the village in the direction of Chester and at the roundabout take the third exit onto the A49 Warrington. Proceed up through the village of Cotebrook passing the Fox and Barrel pub on the right and Tarporley Garden Centre on the left. At the crossroads continue on the A54. Proceed along until reaching Sandiway crossroads with the Shell petrol station directly facing. Continue straight at the crossroads and continue until reaching a further set of crossroads with the White Barn public house on the right hand side. At these crossroads go straight across onto Warrington Road (A49). Continue along the A49 until reaching the roundabout. At the roundabout take the second exit onto West Road. Follow the road ahead, and take the third right hand turn onto the High Street, then continue along this road. Shortly after passing the Tesco Express on the left hand side, turn left onto Wallerscote Road. Continue along Wallerscote Road/ Winnington Ave, passing Hartford Golf Club on the right hand side. At the T-junction at the end of the road turn left onto the A533. At the following Traffic lights, after crossing the bridge over the River Weaver turn right onto Soot Hill. Continue along Soot Hill, crossing the canal onto New Rd. Once reaching the Anderton Nature Park and Boat lift Entrance, the entrance to the property and land can be found on the left hand side clearly identified by a Wright Marshall for sale board.  

DIRECTIONS FROM NORTHWICH From our Northwich office proceed along the one way system and go up the hill passing Northwich infirmary on the left hand side, proceed along for a couple of miles until reaching a bridge which is controlled by traffic lights. Take a right turn over this bridge in the direction of Anderton, proceeding up the hill. Manor Farm is on the left hand side clearly identified by a Wright Marshall for sale board.  


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