House For SaleLot 1 Longcroft Cottage and Land, Lot 1 Longcroft Cottage and Land, Yoxall, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire
Guide price £550,000 Sold
Lot 1 - Longcroft Cottage with outstanding views and a productive block of ring fenced arable land, in all about 26 acres
- Well presented 3 bedroom cottage
- Subject to agricultural occupancy condition
- Productive arable land
- Road frontage
- Vacant possession available
Longcroft Cottage and the adjacent land is situated in a sought after area in East Staffordshire.
The nearby town of Burton upon Trent offers a comprehensive range of facilities, whilst the villages of Barton under Needwood and Yoxall are close by and offer a good range of local amenities, including shops, restaurants, schools and leisure facilities. The cities of Lichfield (7 miles), (Derby (17 miles), Leicester (28 miles) and Birmingham (20 miles) are all within easy reach and provide more extensive facilities.
Transport links are excellent with access to the A38 just 4 miles away providing a quick link to the M6 motorway and national road network. From Burton upon Trent there are mainline train services to London Euston from 85 minutes. From Lichfield there are mainline train services to London Euston and London Marylebone from 75 minutes.
Lot 1 - Longcroft Cottage and arable land extending to about 26.54 acres (10.74 hectares)
Longcroft Cottage is a very well presented detached two storey dwelling extending to approximately 1,172 sq. ft. Built in 1979, the
house is of brick construction under a tile roof.
The entrance hall provides access to a storage cupboard before leading through to the kitchen diner which benefits from fitted floor and wall mounted kitchen units with a gas hob. The sitting room is equipped with a wood burning stove. The garage/store/ utility room provides additional storage and provides access to the boiler room with oil fired Worcester Bosch boiler and adjacent
WC. There is vacant loft space above the garage/store/utility room. The first floor comprises two double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and a third single bedroom. A family bathroom with
hand basin, bath with shower over and WC completes the first floor.
The cottage benefits from gardens to both the front and rear elevations, which are laid mainly to lawn and with a driveway leading to the attached garage. The property benefits from double glazing throughout with heating provided by way of an oil fired central heating system which was updated in 2017.
The property is subject to an agricultural occupancy condition which states; 'The occupation of the dwelling shall be limited to a person employed, or last employed, locally in agriculture or in forestry'. A copy of the original planning consent with detail is available from the selling agent.
The land within Lot 1 comprises about 26 acres of predominantly arable land in a ringfence. The arable land is shown as grade 3 according to the Natural England Regional Agricultural Land Classification Maps, with a small area of grade 4 along the Stonyford Brook. The land is currently in stubble following a maize crop.