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Agricultural Land For Sale – By Informal Tender

Location
The agricultural land is situated in a rural location lying between the villages of Longford and Sutton on the Hill, Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Having good transportation links to the A50, A38 & M1.
Ashbourne (10 miles)
Derby (9 miles)
Uttoxeter (13.5 miles)
Access to the land is located off the Public Highway (Longford Lane) identifiable by the Filer Williamson `For Sale` board(s).

Description
An opportunity to purchase a useful block of agricultural land extending to some 45.46 Acres / 18.40 Hectares or thereabouts. Close to rural villages
and benefiting from good transportation links. The agricultural land has been in an arable rotation in recent times, the land is also suitable for other agricultural uses such as: mowing, grazing or amenity uses (Subject to Planning). The agricultural land has been established with 32.91 Acres / 13.31 Hectares of Winter Barley & 12.55 Acres / 5.07 Hectares Winter Wheat. The boundaries are predominantly established hedgerows.

Directions
Take the A52 from Markeaton Island, Derby, heading towards Ashbourne, continuing past Mackworth Village. Take the left hand turn sign posted Brun
Lane, continuing to the T – Junction. Take the right hand turn for Kirk Langley, after 0.3 miles take the first left hand turn sign posted Long Lane. Continue
on Long Lane for some 4.5 miles going through Long Lane village heading towards the village of Longford. Take the left hand turn for Longford

Money Laundering Regulation
Filer Williamson Limited must comply with Anti Money Laundering Legislation. As part of the requirements, Filer Williamson Limited must obtain
evidence of the identity & proof of address of potential buyers. Prior to an offer being accepted, all parties who are purchasing must provide the
evidence

Established Winter Barley & Winter Wheat Crop(s)
In addition to the Purchase Price the successful Purchaser of the land will be expected to Purchase the standing crop(s), being 32.91 Acres / 13.31
Hectares of Winter Barley and 12.55 Acres / 5.07 Hectares of Winter Wheat. Winter Barley Variety (Tardis) – Winter Wheat Variety (Costello). Cultivation Method: Ploughing & Combination Drilling. Purchase Price for the standing crop of Winter Barley & Winter Wheat: £4,500.00

Services
There are no main services connected to the land. There is a private water supply crossing Land Parcel(s) SK2336 1810 & SK2336 3223 from
Longford Lane in an easterly direction. There are Electricity Lines crossing the land. Prospective Purchasers are to make their own enquiries and satisfy themselves as to the above.

Boundaries
The boundaries are as shown edged red on the Sale Plan. Village (note the white railings) continuing past Longford School on the right-hand side, follow the
road around to the left, after 1.3 miles the agricultural land can be found on the left hand side identified by the Filer Williamson `For Sale` board(s).

Land Schedule

Land
Parcel ID
Acres Hectares Description Established Crop
SK2336
1810
4.67 1.89 Arable
Land
Winter
Barley
SK2336
3223
7.86 3.18 Arable
Land
Winter
Barley
SK2336
4556
20.38 8.25 Arable
Land
Winter
Barley
SK2335
2696
12.55 5.08 Arable
Land to
include
Grass
Track
Winter
Wheat
Total Ag
ricultural
Land
45.46
Ac
18.40 Ha

TENDER TO ARRIVE NO LATER THAN 12 NOON – FRIDAY 20TH JANUARY 2023
Prospective Purchaser(s) should request a Tender Application Form from the Filer Williamson Office.

Contact Information
Tel: 01283 734043
Email: enquiries@filerwilliamson.co.uk
Office: Filer Williamson Limited, Unit 1 & 2 Windlehill Farm, Tythe Barn Lane, Sutton on the Hill, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 5JH.

Tenders
Tenders must be for a fixed sum and provided in writing on the Tender Form. Following communication with the Vendor / Owner a decision will be
made and any person who has submitted a Tender will be notified in writing of the outcome accordingly. Please note the Vendor / Owner are not
obliged to accept the highest or indeed any Tender submitted.

Tenure & Possession
The land is offered Freehold with Vacant Possession upon Completion.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Easements
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all public and private rights of way, lights, drainage, cables, pylons or other easements, restrictions or
obligations whether or not the same are described in these particulars of sale.

Rights of Way
Bridlepath – There is a Bridlepath crossing the northern boundary of Land Parcel SK2336 4556.
Footpath – There is a Footpath crossing the westerly boundary of Land Parcel SK2336 4556 and the easterly boundary of Land Parcel(s) SK2336 3223 &
SK2335 2696 in a North – South direction.

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

Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered on the Rural Land Register, the Owners / Vendors have claimed the Basic Payment Scheme Payment upon the land for the 2022 Scheme Year.

Entitlements
No Entitlements are included in the sale, the Entitlements are `For Sale` by Separate Negotiation.

Soil Classification
The land is recorded on the Land Classification Series for England & Wales as Grade 3. Grade 1 being the best, Grade 5 the worst.

Drinking Water Safeguard Zone – Surface Water
The land is located within a Drinking Water Safeguard Zone, Surface Water only. Further information can be obtained from the Environment Agency.

Access
Access to the land is located off the Public Highway (Longford Lane) and is identifiable by the Filer Williamson `For Sale` board(s).

Vendors/Owners Solicitors
Messrs. Underwood Vinecombe LLP
of Telford House, Outram`s Wharf, Little Eaton,
Derbyshire, DE21 5EL
Tel: 01332 836666
Email: mark.vinecombe@uvlegal.co.uk.
Acting: Mr Mark Vinecombe

Local Authority
Derbyshire Dales District Council (DDDC),
Town Hall, Bank Road, Matlock, Derbyshire
DE4 3NN. Tel: 01629 761100
Website: www.derbyshiredales.gov.uk

Viewing
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
there is an arable crop that has been established. Viewing strictly by foot / walking, keeping to the grass track, field boundaries & tram lines. NO Vehicles – Viewing is at the person`s own risk.