Woodseats Farmhouse, Glossop, Derbyshire

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***Residential Property for Sale ***

Guide Price £950,000.

Woodseats Farmhouse is an excellent example of a traditional stone-built Derbyshire farmhouse understood to have been built around 1870 and situated a little over a mile from the edge of the Peak District National Park. It is set in generous grounds which include gardens, two garages, stone-built outbuildings, yards and paddocks which extend to approximately 3.73 acres. The property enjoys a rural location with impressive views towards the River Etherow valley. It is accessed via a private road.

The property provides flexible accommodation over four floors and enjoys a number of character features including exposed beams, stone fireplaces, window seats, entrance hall with tiled floor, traditional internal timber doors, feature stone walls and stone steps leading to a cellar with stone worktops and a passageway leading outside. The house provides approximately 310m2 of accommodation.

The front door opens into an impressive central entrance hall from which access to the kitchen and reception rooms is taken. The first floor enjoys four good sized bedrooms (two with en-suite facilities) along with a family bathroom. Stairs lead to a second floor which is divided into three separate rooms. Stone steps lead to the cellar.

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Woodland at Rainow Road, Rainow Road, Higher Hurdsfield, Macclesfield SK10 5TA

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***For Sale by Informal Tender***

The property comprises approximately 4.5 acres (1.82 hectares) of amenity woodland, with a diverse mix of native broadleaves and conifers.

The land is situated 0.5 miles east of Macclesfield, on the edge of the Peak District National Park, with road frontage and excellent access off Rainow Road.

  • All standing timber and sporting rights are included in the sale in so far as they are owned. Mines and mineral rights are not included in the sale.

    Prospective viewers must be registered with our office and accompanied by a set of particulars whilst on site. The land may be viewed at any time during daylight hours.

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    Guide Price in excess of £40,000.

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  • Land at Lower Windy Way Farm, Walker Barn, Macclesfield

    Land at Lower Windy Way Farm

    ***UNDER OFFER***

    ***For Sale by Private Treaty***

    This sale provides the opportunity to acquire property that totals approximately 24.82 acres of land situated in the rural hamlet of Walker Barn, adjoining Teggs Nose Country Park.

    The property is for sale in two lots:

  • Lot 1: Extends to approximately 6.92 acres and comprises approximately 3.92 acres of gently sloping grassland and approximately 3.0 acres of steeply sloping grassland.
  • Lot 2: Extends to approximately 14.9 acres of steeply sloping mixed woodland.
  • Lot 3: Extends to approximately 3 acres of gently sloping grassland.

  • Prospective viewers must be registered with our office and accompanied by a set of particulars whilst on site. The land may be viewed at any time during daylight hours.

    Guide Price in excess of £130,000.

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    Land at Chelford Road, Prestbury, Cheshire

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    ***For Sale by Private Treaty***

    The property comprises approximately 8.40 acres (3.40 hectares) of gently undulating pasture, currently used for grazing sheep and horses, for sale as a whole or in two lots.

    The land is situated in a very desirable location with excellent access, road frontage and the potential for equestrian facilities, subject to the relevant planning permissions.

    Lot 1 - Approx. 3.6 acres (1.5 hectares) or thereabouts, Coloured Red on the plan. We are anticipating offers in excess of £75,000 for Lot 1.

    Lot 2 - Approx. 4.8 acres (1.9 hectares) or thereabouts, Coloured Blue on the plan. We are anticipating offers in excess of £100,000 for Lot 2.

    The land may be viewed at any time during daylight hours, however prospective viewers must be registered with our office and accompanied by a set of particulars whilst on-site.

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    92-102 Hurdsfield Road, Macclesfield, Residential Development Opportunity

    92-102 Hurdsfield Road, Macclesfield

    ***SOLD***

    ***For Sale by Private Treaty***

    Numbers 92-102 Hurdsfield Road offer an exciting and unique redevelopment or refurbishment opportunity, providing significant potential for a wide variety of developers. The property extends to approximately 500m2 and is comprised of six traditional redbrick terrace houses with a number of original features.

    The property boasts a convenient location close to the centre of Macclesfield Town. This location is also within easy reach of the Train station which provides excellent rail links to Manchester, Liverpool, London etc.

    The individual properties are all two bedroom cottages with the exception of number No.94 which is a one bedroom cottage and No.96 which is a former shop. Also included in this property is a rear yard covering approx. 160m2 and a workshop extending to 30m2 .

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    Land at Ridge Hill, Sutton, Macclesfield

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    ***UNDER OFFER***

    ***FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY***

    The property comprises of approximately 11.93 acres (4.83 hectares) of gently undulating pasture, for sale as a whole or in two lots.

    Lot 1 - Approx. 6 acres (2.43 hectares) or thereabouts, Coloured blue on the plan. There is a wooded area in the western corner of the land at the junction of Langley Road and Ridge Hill. The purchaser of Lot 1 will have to make their own arrangements to open up the gateway off Langley Road.

    Lot 2 - Approx. 5.93 acres (2.34 hectares) or thereabouts, Coloured green on the plan. The purchaser of Lot 2 will be required to erect a stock proof boundary fence between points A & B shown on the plan. .

    The land may be viewed at any time during daylight hours, however prospective viewers must be registered with our office and accompanied by a set of particulars whilst on-site.

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    Dewsnap Farm, Mottram in Longdendale

    Dewsnap Farm

    ***SOLD***

    ***A traditional farmhouse with outstanding equestrian facilities***

    Dewsnap Farm offers a rare opportunity to acquire a traditional semi-detached farmhouse in a beautiful rural location. The property is location in a elevated position enjoying stunning panoramic views over the Longdendale Valley, accessible via a quiet country lane within easy reach of the local villages of Mottram and Hollingworth.

    We understand that the property dates back to the 18th Century providing flexible living space split over two floors and extending to approximately 110m2. Attached to the main house is a two storey shippon. The property itself is well presented and has undergone partial modernisation in recent times.

    The Livery Yard

    The main stable block comprises 16 timber frame stable together with a solarium and washdown bay. The hardstanding in front of the stable block facilitates a safe functional surface all year round. A three bay general purpose building is located opposite the stable block. This is separated into an office/staff room with the remaining two areas offering ample storage for machinery, hay/haylage and bedding. There is a well maintained all weather outdoor manage, measuring approximately 60 x 20.

    To the east of the main property is a stable block comprised of four stables. The building is serviced by both water and electricity. Attached to this stable block is an open fronted field shelter.

    Opposite the property is a large double garage with secure roller shutter doors. This is attached to an open plan building.

    The Land

    The land is split into paddocks providing ample grazing but could also be suitable for mowing. The remainder of the land on the opposite side of Dewsnap Lane is an idyllic mixed species woodland.

    The property is for sale as a whole or in three lots. Further information about the lots can be found in the sales particulars.

    Lot 1 - House, Small stable block, Garage/General Purpose Storage Building, Paddock and approximately 2 acres of Woodland. We are anticipating offers in the region of £700,000. Lot 1 is coloured red on the plan in the sales particulars.

    Lot 2 - Livery Yards, Paddocks, Manage and approximately 15 acres of bareland . We are anticipating offers in the region of £225,000. Lot 2 is coloured blue on the plan in the sales particulars.

    Lot 3 - Approximately 13 acres of bareland. We are anticipating offers in the region of £150,000. Lot 3 is coloured green on the plan in the sales particulars.

    The Property is for sale by Private Treaty.

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    Gamesley Fold Farm, Gamesley, Glossop, High Peak SK13 6JJ

    Gamesley Fold Farm, Gamesley

    ***SOLD***

    ***For Sale by Private Treaty***

    ***Residential Property with Planning Permission to Extend and Create a Substantial Property ***

    The Property

    The sale of Gamesley Fold Farm provides an opportunity to acquire a three-bed detached property with full planning permission to extend and create a substantial property. For full details, see planning application number: HPK/2018/0438 granted October 2018.

    The property is constructed of red brick under a slate roof with leaded light windows at front elevation and conservatory to the south. To the rear the grounds extend to approximately 1.20 acres (0.49 ha) with mature trees, a vegetable patch and summer house. To the front of the property there is approximately 1.73 acres (0.70 ha) of grassland which is accessed over a gravel track.

    The property benefits from having private car parking for several cars adjacent to the double fronted brick-built garage under slate roof which measures approximately 8.25m wide by 6.00m deep. There is also a wooden barn situated behind the garages with sliding door, electric and concrete floor measuring approximately 10.60 metres deep by 6.80 metres wide.

    Additional grassland is available to purchase by separate negotiation, which in total extends to approximately 2.00 acres (0.81 ha) and fronts onto Glossop Road and forms the other half of the land included within this sale.

    Additional Planning for Proposed Access

    The property has been granted approval for the proposed construction of hardstanding and associated access under Permitted Development. See application number: HPK/2017/0109.

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    Land at Lamberts Lane, Congleton

    Land at Lamberts Lane

    ***SOLD***

    OFFERS IN EXCESS OF £10,000 PER ACRE

    The property comprises of approximately 6.91 acres (2.8 hectares) of gently undulating pasture, currently used for grazing horses and cattle. The boundaries are made up of a combination of established hedgerows, trees and some barbed wire. The land is shown on The Regional Agricultural Land Classification Maps as predominantly Grade 3 grassland and is approximately 120 metres above sea level. The property is shown in the current Cheshire East Local Plan as Open Countryside and a Wildlife Corridor under the Congleton Local Plan.

    Located at the far end of Lamberts Lane down a single lane track, access to the field is via a metal gate on the right hand side.

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    Sunnybank Farm, Lady Lane, Mobberley

    Sunnybank Farm

    SOLD

    Sunnybank Farm is located in an attractive, secluded rural location within the highly regarded village of Mobberley, Cheshire.

    The five bedroom Farmhouse is an impressive, spacious and well-proportioned family home refurbished to a high quality of finish. The gardens are fully landscaped and are maintained to a high standard, located to the front of the property.

    The Property is set in grounds of approximately 3.18 acres (1.28ha) and complemented by an extensive range of traditional brick built farm buildings which have been preserved remarkably and provide great potential.

    The property lies in close proximity to Manchester Airport's second runway.

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    46 Moss Lane, Styal, Wilmslow SK9 4LG

    46 Moss Lane

    SOLD

    A former garden plant nursery and detached house which extends to approximately 2.10 hectares (5.20 acres). The property will be of special interest to developers and car parking companies.

    An individual brick built detached four bedroomed house with a practical layout for family accommodation. Comprising of four good sized bedrooms and family bathroom to the first floor. On the ground floor is an entrance porch leading into a reception hall/dining room, cloakroom under stairs, a well proportioned lounge, small study and an additional family bathroom, fitted kitchen and a utility room leading to a back door. The property benefits from having UPVC double glazing throughout and a log burner. The rear garden is part paved part lawn. There is an adjoining double garage with WC which is accessed from the rear of the property.

    The property is accessed via a gated entrance directly off Moss Lane. It has in recent years been used for general storage and car parking, convenient for the airport.. There are various glasshouses and storage containers situated on the land in various states of repair. At the far end of the property there is an area of hard standing which adjoins Manchester Airport. There is also an area of grazing land and several ponds located on the site.

    Prospective purchasers are strongly recommended to view the site to appreciate its size and strategic location. Viewings strictly by prior appointment.

    The land is for sale by Informal Tender and we are inviting interested parties to submit their best and final offers to us as outlined in the sales particulars, before the deadline of: 12 Noon on Wednesday 1st May 2019. Please note, there is no formal guide price for the property and offers are invited.

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    Woodland & former Quarry for Sale, Walker Brow, Whaley Bridge, SK23 7EJ

    Woodland & former Quarry for Sale 11 images available

    ***SOLD ***

    Approximately 6.55 acres (2.65 Hectares) of mature deciduous woodland and disused quarry faces.

    The land is located within the Green Belt and a Special Landscape Area in the High Peak Borough Council Plan. Planning consent has been granted by the local authority to erect a steel framed agricultural / forestry shed (45ft x 30ft x 12ft high) under permitted development rights. We understand that the land is Freehold (prospective purchasers should ask their solicitors to verify information of this nature). The land is used up to 28 days per year by a bush craft skills tutor on a formal lease, excluded from the Landlord and Tenant 1954 Act, renewable on 1st January 2020.

    The land is covered by a Tree preservation Order, with a Felling Licence Agreement in place until November 2023, allowing certain areas of the wood to be coppiced or thinned if the landowner so wishes. We are not aware of any piped water supply to the land and interested parties are to make their own enquiries.

    Whilst there is no formal guide price for the land, we are anticipating offers in excess of £50,000.

    Please note the property may be viewed by prior appointment only. Please contact our office to arrange appointments.

    Prospective purchasers are strongly recommended to view the site to appreciate its size and location.

    The land is for sale by Informal Tender and we are inviting interested parties to submit their best and final offers to us as outlined in the sales particulars, before the deadline of: 12 Noon on Friday 9th August 2019. Please note, there is no formal guide price for the property and offers are invited.

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    Far woodseat, Woodford, Cheshire

    Far woodseat

    SOLD

    Old Hall Farm, comprising a Grade II listed detached farmhouse for refurbishment including traditional barns with planning approval for conversion to four dwellings and approximately 173 acres of land and farmland.

    Old Hall Farm was originally part of an estate owned for four centuries by the Davenport family, a member of which purportedly lived in Old Hall before the New Hall was built at the end of the lane, until the family’s move to the Capesthorne Estate near Macclesfield in the 18th Century through marriage.

    It has continued as a working farm to this day, however the disused traditional buildings now provide an excellent chance to provide distinctive new housing in a very peaceful setting which will be undisturbed by the development of nearby Woodford Aerodrome, the new A6 to Manchester Airport and Poynton Relief Roads, yet fully benefit from the services these new developments will provide.

    Full planning permission and listed building consent have been obtained to convert the barns into four dwellings subject to the removal of the more modern farm buildings which will open up the wide views for the new dwellings.

    The entire property could also be kept as a single unit for agricultural or equestrian purposes with the farmhouse at its heart and similarly there is opportunity for the farmhouse and outbuildings to be put to alternative uses, subject to obtaining the appropriate planning consents.

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    Land at Teggs Nose, Langley, Macclesfield, Cheshire

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    SOLD SUBJECT TO CONTRACT

    6.38 Acres for Sale by Informal Tender

    This sale provides the opportunity to acquire approximately 6.38 acres (2.58 hectares) of sloping grassland near Tegg’s Nose Country Park. Suitable for grazing and/or mowing, the site demands impressive views at approximately 220 metres (720 feet) above sea level. It is understood that a natural water supply is available from a water course that runs through the land.

    Closing Date: 12 Noon Friday 8th June 2018

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    Sunnybrook Barn, Lower Withington, Cheshire, SK11 9DG

    Sunnybrook Barn

    SOLD

    We are pleased to be able to offer Sunnybrook Barn for sale by informal tender. The site enjoys good views and a quality location.

    The traditional two storey red brick barn has planning permission for conversion into a five bedroom country home with ancillary buildings set in an area of approximately 0.71 acres (0.29 hectares).

    In addition to the barn we are offering approximately 5.04 acres (2.03 hectares) of paddocks/farmland for sale in two separate lots.

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    Development Opportunity - Long Meadow Barn & 45 acres, Smithy Lane, Rainow, Cheshire

    Development Opportunity - Long Meadow Barn & 45 acres

    LOT 1 SOLD

    The sale of Long Meadow Barn and Land provides a unique opportunity to acquire and develop an outstanding new build with a stylish and contemporary design in the Cheshire countryside, close to the edge of the Peak District National Park.

    For Sale as a whole or in lots.

    Lot 1: Planning permission has been approved for an exceptional and innovative design of a 3 bedroom residential dwelling. The gross internal area of the barn is approximately 382 m2 and provides for an imaginative ground floor living space and luxury second floor layout.

    Lot 2 & 3: Approximately 45 acres (18.21 ha) of Agricultural Land offered for sale in two lots.

    For Sale by Informal Tender, Closing Date: Noon on Friday 27th July 2018

    All viewings of the barn and land are strictly by appointment through our office.

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    Land at Clarke Lane, Langley, Macclesfield, Cheshire

    Land at Clarke Lane

    SOLD

    Land at Clarke Lane, Langley, Macclesfield, Cheshire.

    Approximately 17.86 acres (7.23 hectares) of Grass Land.

    The sale provides an opportunity to acquire approximately 17.86 acres of sloping permanent pasture. The land is suitable for grazing and has the benefit of natural water supply.

    For Sale by Informal Tender.

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    Development Opportunity, Saltersley Hall Farm, Cheshire

    Development Opportunity

    SOLD

    The sale of Saltersley Hall Farm provides a unique opportunity to acquire and develop an outstanding rural property in a highly regarded part of Cheshire.

    The property comprises:

    • Lot 1: Grade II listed farmhouse

      Grade II listed farmhouse believed to date back to the early 17th Century providing the character and potential to create a substantial and unique family home.

    • Lot 2: Traditional range of farm buildings with planning permission and listed building consent to convert into two dwellings

      Traditional courtyard style range of brick built barns under a blue slate roof. Planning permission and listed building consent for change of use to one 4 bedroomed dwelling and one 3 bedroomed dwelling. The farm buildings are offered for sale together with approximately 5.85 acres (2.37 ha) of productive agricultural land that will provide grazing land and amenity to the completed development.

    • Lots 3-6: Approximately 22.70 acres (9.19 hectares) of productive agricultural land.

      The land comprises productive gently undulating agricultural land. It is considered best suited to grazing or mowing though we understand that parts of it have, in the past, been used for arable production and in particular growing potatoes.

    Viewing is strictly by appointment only.

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    Old Hall Farm, Woodford, Cheshire

    Old Hall Farm

    SOLD

    Old Hall Farm, comprising a Grade II listed detached farmhouse for refurbishment including traditional barns with planning approval for conversion to four dwellings and approximately 173 acres of land and farmland.

    Old Hall Farm was originally part of an estate owned for four centuries by the Davenport family, a member of which purportedly lived in Old Hall before the New Hall was built at the end of the lane, until the family’s move to the Capesthorne Estate near Macclesfield in the 18th Century through marriage.

    It has continued as a working farm to this day, however the disused traditional buildings now provide an excellent chance to provide distinctive new housing in a very peaceful setting which will be undisturbed by the development of nearby Woodford Aerodrome, the new A6 to Manchester Airport and Poynton Relief Roads, yet fully benefit from the services these new developments will provide.

    Full planning permission and listed building consent have been obtained to convert the barns into four dwellings subject to the removal of the more modern farm buildings which will open up the wide views for the new dwellings.

    The entire property could also be kept as a single unit for agricultural or equestrian purposes with the farmhouse at its heart and similarly there is opportunity for the farmhouse and outbuildings to be put to alternative uses, subject to obtaining the appropriate planning consents.

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    4-Bedroom Barn Conversion For Sale - Private Treaty, Lower Brook Barn, Smithy Lane, Rainow, Macclesfield, Cheshire

    4-Bedroom Barn Conversion For Sale - Private Treaty 18 images available

    ***SOLD***

    The Property

    Lower Brook Barn is a substantial barn conversion, originally constructed from local sandstone in the mid-18th century, with a stunning outlook across the rolling countryside towards Kerridge Ridge. The property has been finished to an extremely high standard throughout, with close attention to every detail providing a seamless blend of the original character of the building and contemporary fittings. Features such as large triple glazed windows allowing an abundance of natural light, under floor heating and polished flagstone flooring enhance the quality of Lower Brook Barn.

    The main front door, with full height glazing, leads into the truly impressive reception hall which showcases the character and charm of the building, enhanced with modern features. The vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, galleried landing and glass encased oak staircase leading to the first floor provide a spectacular welcome to the property. Off the reception hall, steps lead down to a generously proportioned drawing room which offers a formal reception area with dual aspect, wood burning stove and door to garden, with useful study off.

    A more relaxed sitting room, with views over the garden, opens into the superb kitchen with every day dining area. This elegant yet practical space provides modern living with light and inviting charm. With a dual aspect and external door to the front, the impressive Bulthaup kitchen comprises a range of high quality units including a central island. The integral appliances include Gaggenau oven, steam oven, warming drawer, induction hob, fridge, separate fitted freezer and a Miele dishwasher. Adjoining the kitchen is a useful porch/boot room with external access to the side of the property. A utility room is accessed from the sitting room providing further storage space with a range of base and wall mounted units. A guest WC is situated next to the front door which completes the downstairs accommodation.

    The impressive staircase has a half landing with glass capsule and leads up to the galleried landing which is a lovely space for a reading area, with access to the bedroom accommodation. The master suite is of a good size and benefits from an en-suite shower room with walk-in shower, wash hand basin, heated towel rail and WC, complemented by stylish tiling. The guest bedroom also has an en-suite shower room with shower cubicle, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, low level WC, and is fully tiled. Two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom are also on offer. The high quality finish continues into the stunning family bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, wash hand basin and WC.

    Externally

    Lower Brook Barn is situated on the site of a former farm on the edge of the desirable village of Rainow.

    The property is approached through an entrance with stone gateposts, via a sweeping driveway, which leads onto an area with ample parking for several cars. The landscaped gardens to the front of the property lead round both sides to an expansive lawn at the rear of the property which curves down to the stream at the bottom. The gardens are easily maintained and sheltered by mature trees and hedging to the eastern boundary of the plot. In all the area extends to approximately 1.5 acres.

    A stone built double garage with wooden door stands to the side of the plot. The adjoining outbuildings comprise a useful boot room/utility room which is fitted with a range of units, stainless steel sink unit and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A gardeners WC is located off the boot room, which also has access through to the garage. This building could easily be converted to ancillary accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents. There is also a workshop with naturally aged larch wood cladding situated to the rear of the garage, providing excellent garden storage.

    Approximate Mileages

    Macclesfield 3.3 miles | Buxton 8.8 miles | Wilmslow 11.0 miles | Manchester International Airport 14.5 miles | M6 J19 Knutsford 17.0 miles | Manchester City Centre 22.0 miles

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    Bank House Farm, Wilmslow, Cheshire

    Bank House Farm

    SOLD

    Bank House Farm offers great diversity for a site that enjoys fine views in a quality location, only 2 miles away from the centre of Wilmslow.

    The detached 5 bedroom farmhouse offers great potential for upgrading to a modern country home.

    The range of traditional farm buildings have planning permission for conversion into three 3-4 bedroom residential properties. Included in this same lot is a gentle undulating pasture field of approximately 3.66 acres which slopes down to the River Bollin.

    The farmhouse and buildings are surrounded by c.110 acres of grazing land.

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