For sale freehold as a whole or in up to 3 lots by private treaty
Summary of Lots
Lot 2 - About 58.24 acres (23.57 hectares) of productive arable and pasture land - Guide Price £600,000
Lot 3 - Danefield House; a 4-bedroom modern family property - Guide Price £750,000
Lot 4 - Bowshot House; a 4-bedroom traditional farmhouse and adjoining paddock - Guide Price: SEE AGENTS FOR FURTHER DETAILS
Lot 5 - Modern and traditional farm buildings with planning consent for redevelopment of traditional buildings to B1 (Business) use - Guide Price £600,000
About 58.24acres (23.57 hectares) of productive arable and pasture land. Shown coloured pink on the sale plan. The land within lot 2 comprises about 58.42 acres of south/ south west facing predominantly pasture land with some arable land. The land is dissected by the Twemlow Viaduct. The land is free draining and suitable for a wide range of winter and spring crops. The farmland is classified as Grade 3 according to the Natural England Regional Agricultural Land Classification Maps. The land has previously been let under a farm business tenancy agreement but is now available with vacant posession. Access to the land is provided directly from the A535 along the eastern boundary. A right of way will be granted over the existing agricultural access track through Lot 5 (buildings) for the benefit of Lot 2.
Modern and traditional farm buildings with planning consent for redevelopment of traditional buildings to B1 (Business) use. The farm buildings comprise; A steel portal frame livestock and general-purpose building extending to about 22,884 sq.ft. (2,126 sq.m.) A timber framed livestock building extending to about 4,790 sq.ft. (445 sq.m.) An open fronted timber frame general purpose and livestock building extending to about 1,871 sq.ft. (173.8 sq.m.) A brick built single storey workshop extending to about 460 sq.ft. (42.73 sq.m.) A traditional two storey red brick range extending to about 6,890 sq.ft. (640 sq.m.) with planning consent granted in 2019 (amendment to previous consent granted 2018) for the conversion of the existing building to B1 (Business) Use. Further details are available from the sole selling agents. The application
reference number is: 19/1902C.
Danefield is a modern family property built in 2003 by the current owners and extends to approximately 1,820 sq.ft (169.06 sq.m.). The house occupies a slightly elevated position and enjoys scenic views over the surrounding farmland running down to the River Dane. The house is designed in a farmhouse style having a symmetrical front façade, dormer windows and is constructed of Cheshire brick under a pitched slate roof with hardwood double glazing throughout, oil central heating and private drainage.
Against the north elevation is an Oak front door beneath a storm porch opening into an entrance hall with turned oak staircase
leading to a galleried landing. From the hall, access is gained to the principal reception rooms; the living room and lounge which are particularly comfortable rooms. Beyond the entrance hall is a
farmhouse style kitchen and dining area with a pleasant southerly aspect and French door to the rear garden. The kitchen is well equipped with built in wall and base units under work tops with
Belfast sink, display shelving, dishwasher and Rangemaster cooker with ovens below .Beyond the kitchen is the utility room which houses the Greenstar Heatslave II boiler and has a further
range of base units.
From the hall a turned staircase provides access to the first-floor accommodation. All of the bedrooms are extremely generous double rooms predominantly with lovely aspect overlooking the rear garden and across the rolling countryside. The bedrooms are complimented by a family bathroom suite with quality Twyford fittings. Danefield is accessed via an independent splayed entrance onto a large parking area beneath the north front. To the side of the house is a large open fronted garage which is split to form storage or garage space. The property is encompassed by a mature Holly hedge which runs around the perimeter of the property and offers a level of privacy. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with Indian stone path and sitting area enjoying the southerly aspect.
Lot 5 will be sold subject to an uplift provision which will specify that 40% of any increase in value of the land or buildings due to development (as defined in Section 55 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990) will be payable to the Vendors or their successors in title should such development occur within 30
years from the date of completion. The uplift will be payable upon implementation of a consent or on the disposal of the property with consent but shall not be triggered by any development for agricultural purposes. The uplift provision shall not be triggered by any existing consent/s in place.
Farm House For SaleSaltersford Farm, Macclesfield Road, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire
Guide price £2,600,000 Sold
A modern farmhouse, extensive range of farm buildings with planning consent for redevelopment and up to 58.42 acres of arable and pasture land.
- Danefield House: An attractive new build four bedroom farmhouse.
- About 58.42 acres of productive marable and pastureland.
- Available as a whole or in lots.
Guide price £490,000 Sold
Guide price £600,000 Sold
Guide price £750,000 Sold
Guide price £650,000 Sold
Guide price £600,000 Sold
Guide price £60,000 Sold