Price £125,000

Land for sale in Shap, Penrith CA10

For sale

Land for sale in Shap, Penrith CA10, Price: £125000. Freehold

Estate Agent Details:

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Estate Agent Name:
H&H Land & Estates

Estate Agent Phone Number:
01228 304057

Estate Agent Address:
2/2A Lowther Street, Carlisle

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Address

Shap, Penrith CA10

Penrith

Shap

Cumbria

North West England

CA10 2NX

Location Map

Leaflet Map

Estate Agent Description

Derelict stone barns with slate roof coverings configures in a L shape with an approximate footprint of 200m2 with 4.41 acres of land

Lot 1: 48.68 acres of grazing land
Guide Price: £230,000
Light blue on attached plan

What3Words: Skewing.tricky.albums

48.68 acres (19.70ha) of good quality grazing and mowing land including 0.76 acres of woodland. The land benefirs from roadside access from the A6 and from the minor road to the East at Field 9.

Within Field 2 there are stone wall bounded sheep pens.

Boundaries are predominantly stone walls with some post and wire fences.

The land benefits from a mains and a natural water supply.

An adjoining owner benefits from a right of way as shown pink on the plan.

Lot 2: 37.89 acres of mowing/grazing land
Guide Price: £350,000
Red on attached plan

What3Words: Regularly.stapled.smiling

Six field enclosures of excellent quality grazing/mowing land including small parcel of woodland extending to 37.89 acres (15.34ha).

The land benefits from roadside access and mains water supply.

Boundaries are predominantly well maintained stone walls.

Lot 3: 29.37 acres of grazing land
Guide Price: £240,000
Pink on attached plan

What3Words: Summaries.kneeled.price

Five field enclosures of excellent grazing and mowing land extending to 29.37 acres (11.89ha) d benefitting from mains water and good roadside access.

Boundaries are predominantly well maintained stone walls.

Lot 4: 49.64 acres of grazing land & former Farm Buildings
Guide Price: £300,000
Yellow on attached plan

What3Words: Snug.camper.cosmic

49.64 acres (20.09ha) of excellent quality grazing land benefitting from a metered mains water supply.

The land benefits from good roadside access and boundaries are predominantly stone walls.

Within Field 17 are former farm building which could be suitable for residential conversion, subject to the relevant consents. The buildings are accessed via a hardcore track. The buildings have an approximate footprint of 300m2 and briefly comprise:

Two Storey Stone Barn
Stone barn with slate roof covering, block diving wall, lofted above.

Lean-To
Stone walls, asbestos cement roof covering and earth floor.
Former Byre
Stone walls with asbestos cement roof covering, concrete floor.

Derelict timber frame shed, corrugated iron cladding.

Overage
The buildings will be sold subject to an overage clause. The overage payment will equate to 20% of the uplift in value on the grant of planning consent for non agricultural purposes for a period of 20 years.

Lot 5: 26.58 acres of grazing land
Guide Price: £200,000
Purple on attached plan

What3Words: Clean.eradicate.advising

26.58 acres (10.76ha) of good quality grazing land with access being gained from the public highway and via shared access track.

Boundaries are predominantly stone walls with some post and wire fences. The Buyer of Lot 6 will be responsible for the supply and erection of a new boundary fence to separate from this Lot. In the event of Lot 6 not being sold the Sellers will erect this new boundary fence.

The land benefits from a natural water supply

The Sellers will permit the Buyer to connect a mains water supply from their retained land on the opposite side of the access track. The Buyer(s) of Lot 6 & 7 will also be given the right to connect mains water from the same source and cross over Lot 5. The Buyer will be responsible for all works including installation of a sub-meter.

Lot 6: Stone Barns suitable for conversion and 4.41 acres of grazing land
Guide Price: £125,000
Green on attached plan

What3Words: Shipwreck.type.amused

Derelict stone barns with slate roof coverings configures in a L shape with an approximate footprint of 200m2.

The Sellers will permit the Buyer to connect a mains water supply from their retained land and cross the land within Lot 5. The Buyer will be responsible for all works including installation of a sub-meter. Once works are complete the Buyer of Lot 6 will be responsible for all reinstatement works to the land in Lot 5.

Boundaries are a mixture of stone walls and post and wire fences.

Lot 7: 35.18 acres of grazing land
Guide Price: £230,000
Dark Blue on attached plan

What3Words: As Lot 5, then proceed down the shared track.

Five field enclosures of grazing and mowing land extending to 35.18 acres (14.24ha).

The land is accessed via the shared access track and benefits from a natural water supply.

The Sellers will permit the Buyer to connect a mains water supply from their retained land and cross the land within Lot 5. The Buyer will be responsible for all works including installation of a sub-meter. Once works are complete the Buyer of Lot 7 will be responsible for all reinstatement works to the land in Lot 5.

Boundaries are a mixture of stone walls and post and wire fences.

Lot 8: 55.57 acres of grazing land
Guide Price: £250,000
Brown on attached plan

What3Words: Respects.meatball.targeted

Four field enclosures extending to 55.57 acres (22.49ha) of grazing land with the benefit of natural and mains water supplies.

The land benefits from roadside access.
Boundaries are a mixture of stone walls and post and wire fences.

Nitrate Vulnerable Zone
The land is not within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.

Environmental Schemes
The land is not entered into any Environmental Stewardship schemes.

Tenure
The property is offered for sale Freehold with Vacant Possession being given on completion.

Sporting & Mineral Rights
The sporting rights are included in the sale, in so far as they are owned. The mines & mineral rights are excluded from the sale.

The land can be viewed on foot at anytime during daylight hours with a set of these sales particulars. Please ensure that all gates are closed behind you at all times and dogs are not taken with you.<br /><br /><b>Directions</b><br />From Junction 40 of the M6 take the A66 heading East, at Kemplay Bank roundabout take the third exit onto the A6 heading South and continue for approximately 7.5 miles.

From Junction 39 of the M6 take head West on the B261 then at the T junction turn right onto the A6 and continue for 2.5 miles the land starts at the T junction to the right signposted Sleagill.<br /><br /><b>Location</b><br />The land is located approximately 8 miles from Junction 40 (Penrith) of the M6 and approximately 3.5 miles from Junction 39 (Shap).<br /><br />

Property Details

Tenure

freehold

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