Land totalling 53.5 acres (21.65 hectares) or thereabouts. Includes a mixture of grass land, woodland, disused quarry and derelict
Farmstead. Undulating land with great amenity value and wide ranging views in varying directions from many parts of the land
Belle Vue Farm is set in a rural area and benefits from undulating topography and a good deal of amenity feel. The property is contained in two separate ring fences but is being offered as a whole and in one Lot.
The original Belle Vue Farm dated back to the 17th Century. However, this has become derelict over recent years.
We do understand that Planning Consent was refused in 1999 for a re-build of the Farmhouse to its previous size and appearance, although we are not aware of any other consents that have been applied for in respect of this site. We will not consider "subject to Planning" offers as residential development is unlikely.
The 53.5 (21.65 hectares) or thereabouts is a mixture of grassland, woodland and amenity areas including a disused quarry:
Health & Safety Statement: we request that all parties viewing the land do so only during daylight hours and upon receipt of these Particulars and they should make themselves aware of the location of the quarry prior to viewing. No children on site. NO LIABILITY WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR INJURY CAUSED UPON SITE.
In previous years the grassland has been both mown and grazed, although it is now in need of some improvement if required for agricultural purposes.
Tenure: The property is freehold with vacant possession available on completion.
Sporting Rights: Minerals and Sporting Rights are believed to be included in the sale.
Easements: The land is sold and will be conveyed with the benefit of and subject to the burden of and subject to all existing rights of way, all rights of continuance of any supply of water, gas or electricity, all rights for drainage and sewerage and any other pipeline over or under land, together with all necessary rights of access and maintenance, renewal and repair of any apparatus or constructions in connection with such rights.
Rights of Way: There is a public footpath, which crosses the land and is shown on the attached plan. We are advised that initial discussions held with the Local Authority indicated that the footpath maybe able to be moved around the site of the former farmhouse, although prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the validity of any proposal.