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36.99 acres, Ing Ends Farm, Barley, Nelson, Lancashire
Sold (STC) - OIRO £950,000

  • Farm in Total Extending to 36.99 Acres (14.96 Hectares)
  • OTA
  • 3 Bedroom Character Stone Farmhouse
  • Superb Attached Stone Barn
  • Stone Stable Building and Further Range of Agricultural Buildings
  • Attractive and Private Location
  • Planning Consent for Extension of Farmhouse into Attached Barn
  • creation of Separate One Bedroom Annex and Erection of a Detached Double Garage
  • Potential for Alternative Uses and Redevelopment of Buildings
  • Two Fishing Lakes


Ing Ends Farm comprises a superb compact farm/small holding with great potential and including a character 3 bedroom stone farmhouse, a large traditional attached stone barn, a further range of traditional stone and more modern former agricultural buildings and two former fishing lakes all set in approximately 36.99 acres (14.96 hectares) or thereabouts. This property will be of interest to a variety of purchasers ranging from agricultural, equestrian, lifestyle and developers.

The property offers fantastic potential for a wide range of alternative uses and currently benefits from full planning consent under application number: 21/0724/HHO from Pendle Borough Council, allowing for the re-development of the farmhouse and barn to create a large four bedroom detached property. The planning also allows for the redevelopment of a separate stable building (opposite the farmhouse and barn) to create a self-contained one bedroom annex and allows for the construction of a new detached double garage.

The property is nestled within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and benefits from the stunning backdrop of Pendle Hill to the west, being in a much sought after rural location, yet within easy reach of Barley village, the market town of Clitheroe and the M65 / A59 road networks.

Given the location and proximity to Pendle Hill and surrounding landscape, the land and property would also favour potential future leisure or environmental pursuits, subject to gaining the necessary consents involved.

The property is accessed via a private lane off Barley Lane and is a true lifestyle property, being of interest to those who enjoy peaceful surroundings, require additional space or have agricultural, equestrian or diversification interests.

Ing Ends Farmhouse comprises an attractive character property constructed of stone under a pitched stone flag roof and includes character features throughout. The property will require a programme of modernisation and refurbishment works, however the dwelling provides superb scope for individuals to put their own stamp and taste onto any redevelopments.

The Farmhouse front entrance door leads into a front porch, further leading through into the kitchen. The kitchen includes base and wall mounted kitchen units with work surface over and integrated stainless-steel sink with drainer. Positioned centrally is a red solid fuel Rayburn set in a wooden surround, with the room including further exposed timber beams and panelling.   

The living room includes mullion windows to the front, exposed timber beams to the ceiling and a central solid fuel open fireplace set in a feature stone surround with stone hearth. Leading off the living room is a small hallway with staircase to the first floor and a rear utility area / hallway with external door to the rear.

Off the rear hallway is the bathroom providing a window to the rear, WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower unit over.

To the first floor are three bedrooms with windows overlooking the front and rear of the property. The first floor also includes a separate WC with wash hand basin.

Attached to the north elevation of the farmhouse is a superb large traditional stone barn under a pitched stone flag roof. The main barn is primarily open to the eaves and includes a former dairy, former cattle stalls, loft areas and side lean-to. To the front of the barn is a traditional single storey stone stable / workshop building constructed of stone under a pitched slate roof.

To the rear of the farmhouse is a large Dutch barn constructed of concrete block walls, part sheet cladding to the eaves and concrete flooring, being under a pitched sheet roof. A further tractor shed / general store is positioned to the south-west and comprises a mono-pitched building constructed of concrete block walls, roof sheets and earth floor with a basic sheeted rear extension.

The current planning consent (21/0724/HHO) allows for the redevelopment of the farmhouse and barn to create a large four bedroom detached property, redevelopment of the separate stable building to create a self-contained one bedroom annex and the construction of a new detached double garage.

Ing Ends Farm is sat in approximately 36.99 acres (14.96 hectares) or thereabouts, including farmyard, buildings and access road. The remaining land mainly comprises a mixture of productive meadow, pasture, rougher grazing extending to the moor edge and small woodland plantations.

The land is classified as Grade 4 on Defra's Agricultural Land Classification Maps for England and Wales and is made up of a number of different field enclosures positioned within a ring fence around the farmhouse and buildings. The land includes a number of established woodland plantations and two separate large fishing lakes which were originally created and operated as a successful fishery. The lakes are well established within the landscape and are currently not utilised or open to the public for fishing, however a new purchaser may look at further diversification opportunities. The lakes do offer tremendous amenity, wildlife and landscape feature value to the holding.


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