Land For SaleLees Hall Farm - Lot 2, Lees Hall Farm - Lot 2, Boylestone, Ashbourne
Guide price £275,000 Sale Agreed
Lot 2 comprises in all about 28.58 acres (11.57 hectares) of land in a ring fence.
- Comprising about 28.58 acres of land in a ring fence
- Arable land extends to about 20.61 acres
- Arable land currently cropped with winter wheat
- Access to Lot 2 is taken from Muse Lane
- A right of way may be required over Lot 2
Summary of Lots
Lees Hall Farm is available as a whole or in up to three lots:
Lot 1 – Farmhouse, modern and traditional farm buildings, caravan park, grassland, arable land and woodland and paddocks. Extending in all to about 40.12 acres with access off Marjory Lane.
Lot 2 – Arable and grassland extending to about 28.58 acres with access from Muse Lane.
Lot 3 – Grassland extending to about 31.58 acres with access from Muse Lane.
Lot 2 comprises in all about 28.58 acres (11.57 hectares) of land in a ring fence. The arable land currently cropped with winter wheat extends to about 20.61 acres (8.34 hectares). Access to lot 2 is taken from Muse Lane. A right of way may be required over lot 2 for the benefit of lot 3 if sold separately.
Lot 2 is shaded purple on the sale plan.
Lot 3 comprises in all about 31.57 acres (12.78 hectares) of grassland in a ring fence. The land is suitable for mowing and grazing. Access to lot 3 is taken from Muse Lane and a right of way may be reserved across lot 2 where required.
Soil Types and Land Classification
The farmland is shown as grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification Plans. The soils may be described as slightly acid loamy and clayey soils and are generally suited to grassland and autumn or spring sown combinable crops.
Method of Sale and Lotting
The property is offered for sale as a whole or in up to three lots as identified on the sale plan. Cross rights and reservations will be imposed and granted for the provision of access, maintenance, services and other rights where required if the property is sold in lots.
The property is owned by S. Halford Property Company Limited. Should the property be sold as a whole then a transfer of 100% of the company shares is proposed.