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FOR SALE BY TENDER – ALMOST 6 ACRES OF GRASSLAND – Longcliffe, Brassington, Derbyshire

GUIDE PRICE: £45,000 – £60,000

Filer Williamson are pleased to offer almost 6 Acres of Grassland as shown edged red on the attached plan. The land is being offered `For Sale` by Tender.

The Land is situated in a rural location lying between the rural villages of Brassington and Longcliffe, Derbyshire. Having good transportation links to the A5012 and A6. Wirksworth (4.4 miles) – Ashbourne (7.6 miles) – Matlock (8.8 miles)

Access to the land is located off the Public Highway and can be identified by the Filer Williamson ‘For Sale’ board(s).

This is a rare opportunity to purchase a useful block of Grassland extending to almost 6 Acres or thereabouts with views across open countryside, close to the rural villages and benefitting from good transportation links. The land is suitable for livestock grazing or amenity uses (Subject to Planning).

The boundaries are predominately stone walls and stock proof fencing.

The land is currently down to grass.

Land Schedule

Parcel ID Area (Acres) Description
7921 1.61 Grassland
8314 1.36 Grassland
8719 1.34 Grassland
9119 1.3 Grassland
8913 0.32 Grassland
Total 5.93

Listed Building / Structure
It must be noted that there is a building / structure located upon the land in Parcel ID 7921, this is a Cold War Underground Monitoring Station. The building / structure is listed on the List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest by English Heritage.

Further details are available upon request.

From Ashbourne, take the B5035 towards Kniveton and continue on this road for approximately 6.8 miles to the village of Brassington. Continue past the village of Brassington towards Longcliffe village, the land can be found on the left-hand side identified by the Filer Williamson ‘For Sale’ board(s).

Tenders should be forwarded to:
Barrie Williamson – Director (Auctioneer & Valuer)
Filer Williamson Limited, Unit 1, Windlehill Farm, Tythe Barn Lane, Sutton on the Hill, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 5JH


Tenders must be for a fixed sum and provided in writing. Please contact the office for a Tender Pack.

Following communication with the Vendor a decision will be made and any persons who have submitted a Tender will be notified in writing of the outcome accordingly.

Please be aware that the Vendor is not obliged to accept the highest or indeed any Tender submitted.

There are NO services connected to the land. But it is understood that there is water in the road adjoining the land. Prospective Purchasers are to make their own enquiries and satisfy themselves as to the above.

Further investigations and a new connection would be required.

The Boundaries are as shown edged red on the Sale Plan.

Tenure and Possession
The land is offered Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Easements
There is a Wayleave upon the land in favour of The East Midlands Electricity Board.

Further details are available upon request.

The land is sold with the benefit of all Rights of way, Wayleaves & Easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in the particulars.

Timber, Mineral and Sporting Rights
As far as we are aware the sale includes all Timber, Mineral and Sporting Rights that may exist on the property.

Rural Land Register & Entitlements
It is understood that the land is registered on the Rural Land Register. There are NO Entitlements included in the sale.

Access to the land is located off the Public Highway and can be identified by the Filer Williamson ‘For Sale’ board(s).

Vendor’s Solicitors
Messrs Nigel Davis Solicitors of 3 – 4 Spire House, Waterside Park, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1DG
Vito Berzanskis (Acting) – Tel: 01335 346772

Local Authority
Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall, Bank Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN
Tel: 01629 761100 – Website:

The land may be viewed during daylight hours when in possession of a copy of these particulars. Care should be exercised when viewing the land as livestock may be grazing.

It is strongly advised that upon viewing the land with regards to the building / structure that extreme CAUTION is taken. It is advised that the building / structure is NOT entered.

Viewing is at the persons own risk.