Farm For SaleBromley Wood Farm, Morrilow Heath, Leigh, Stoke on Trent
Guide price £1,000,000 Sale Agreed
An exciting opportunity to purchase a farmhouse requiring renovation, a range of buildings, grazing land and woodland in a delightful rural position with far reaching views. Circa 67 acres.
- Best Offers Invited by midday on Friday 20th August 21
- Two reception rooms
- Kitchen, utility room/pantry
- Two bathrooms
- Three bedrooms
- Traditional buildings
- A range of timber buildings
- Grazing land extending to about 58.98 acres
- Woodland/wooded grazing extending to about 7.22 acres
- About 67.8 acres in all
Bromley Wood Farm sit in a beautiful location with far reaching rural views. The property is conveniently located between Stafford, Uttoxeter and Stoke on Trent, which offer a broad range of local facilities including shops, supermarkets, restaurants, public houses, churches and recreational facilities as well as access to the A50 at Blythe Bridge approximately six miles away. The village of Leigh, about three miles to the east, offers a post office, shop, public house, church and primary school. Rail services are available at Stone, Stafford and Uttoxeter (about six, ten and ten miles away respectively.
There is an excellent range of schooling within the area including Denstone College, Abbotsholme School, Uttoxeter Middle School, the JCB Academy, Leigh Primary school, Thomas Alleynes School in Uttoxeter and Painsley Catholic College in Cheadle.
Bromley Wood Farm provides a rare opportunity to purchase an attractive property which will appeal to a broad range of buyers, from agricultural buyers to those looking for a property with great potential in a lovely setting. The south facing farmhouse offers accommodation extending to about 1,452 sq. ft gross internal area (GIA) and benefits from, far reaching views. In all the property extends to about 67.8 acres and includes a number of buildings, the traditional buildings of brick and tile construction have a footprint of about 2,276 sq. ft. These buildings could be put to a variety of uses which may include conversion to additional accommodation, home office, workshop, and equestrian purposes, subject to any necessary planning consents. There are also a number of buildings of timber construction, in varying states of repair.
The ground floor includes two south facing reception rooms, both with fireplaces, a kitchen with Rayburn solid fuel range, and an adjoining bathroom and panty/utility room.
On the first floor there are three well-proportioned bedrooms, benefitting from superb views and a family bathroom.
Access and buildings
The property is approached via an unadopted driveway leading off Morrilow Heath Road which also serves other properties. Adjoining the house are yards with a mixture of buildings. The traditional buildings are part single and part one and a half storeys and in their current format offer stock housing and storage. A traditional building is attached to the rear of the house.
The grazing land extends to about 58.98 acres divided into a number of enclosures, with about 7.22 acres of woodland (principally Birch), and an enclosure of grazed woodland with a range of mature deciduous trees. The property extends to about 67.8 acres in all.
Taking into account redevelopment of properties in the locality, Bromley Wood Farm may offer considerable potential for redevelopment of the house and buildings, possibly including replacement of the current dwelling, in order to create an impressive principal house with supporting buildings and land, an equestrian property or to use the property as a smallholding or satellite to an existing farming operation. All potential development would be subject to the necessary consents. The vendors have not explored planning and potential purchasers should enquire directly with the local planning authority regarding any proposed changes.