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Hayfield Road Chapel-En-Le-Frith, High Peak Guide Price £425,000

  • Lot 1 - Stodhart Farmhouse, Farm Yard and Grassland Totaling 5.78 acres
  • Period Five Bedroom Farmhouse in need of refurbishment and renovation
  • Range of Traditional Stone and Modern Farm Buildings with potential for Conversion (Subject to Obtaining Planning Consent)
  • 3.98 acres of Grassland Divided into three paddocks.

Lot 1 - A former dairy farm with a sizeable five bedroom farmhouse in need of renovation, ranges of both traditional and modern buildings offering considerable potential for a courtyard development of barn conversions (subject to obtaining planning consent), productive meadow and pasture land and extending to approximately (5.78 acres) TO BE SOLD BY INFORMAL TENDER CLOSING DATE FOR OFFERS TO BE RECEIVED BY EXTENDED TO FRIDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER AT 12 PM

Hayfield Road Chapel-En-Le-Frith
High Peak SK23 0QE
County: Derbyshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: WB003547

The Farmhouse

A traditional Stone Farmhouse with internal accommodation extending to approximately 275m2 with two reception rooms, a kitchen, entrance hall and a salting room on the ground floor. On the first floor there are five bedrooms and a bathroom. Please refer to the attached floor plan for room dimensions and layout. The property has a wealth of period features including a stone fire place with cast iron log burner in the dining room, cast iron fireplaces in the bedrooms, a salting room with lowered flagstone floor and a solid fuel range cooker. The house dates back to 1850 and is constructed of stone walls which are partly rendered under a double pitch tile roof with uPVC double glazing throughout. Externally the farmhouse has the benefit of a lawned garden to the front and a courtyard to the side with a range of domestic outbuildings constructed of a combination of stone and timber framed structures and in addition there is a timber framed garage. The farmhouse offers considerable potential for refurbishment into a substantial family home. There is also potential to extend the garden into the paddock at the rear of the property with the relevant planning permissions. Please Note that the farmhouse is situated in close proximity to the Ferodo Factory. However, the adjoining section of the factory is used for research purposes.

The Farmyard

The farmyard is comprised of a range of traditional and modern farm buildings equipped for a livestock farm as shown and numbered on the plan to the right and the floor plan at the back of these particulars. The Traditional Farm Buildings offer considerable potential for a courtyard development of residential barn conversions by obtaining planning permission or by change of use under Class Q of the General Permitted Development Order. There is also potential for conversion of the farmyard into commercial uses such as offices or storage purposes. 1. The Stone Barn Adjacent to the farmhouse is a range of stone barns extending to approximately 230m2 on the ground floor. It is comprised of a range of different stone structures with the oldest section dating back to 1877. The stone barn is partly lofted with an approximate first floor area of 94m2. The building has a wealth of original features and a number of openings which could result in a number of beautiful dwellings. 2. The Former Milking Parlour Extending to approximately 55m2 and constructed of stone walls. The roof was removed a number of years ago. This building offers potential for conversion with the relevant permissions. 3. The Shippon Adjacent to the main traditional range is a single storey Shippon of concrete block construction with ties for 20 cattle, water bowls, a concrete floor and pitched box profile sheet roof extending to approximately 130m2. 4. The Dutch Barn Adjoining the Shippon is a dutch barn of steel farmed construction with a sheet roof, concrete floor and part clad walls. The dutch barn has a number of lean-to additions with a total area of approximately 130m2. It is currently utilised for the loose housing of livestock. To the front of the Shippon and to the side of the dutch barn is a lean-to loose pen with a steel frame, mono pitched roof, concrete floor and an open front. The loose pen extends to approximately 25m2. 5. The Pole Barn At the rear of the farm yard is a pole barn with a concrete floor, part concrete panel walls, an open front and a box profile mono pitched sheeted roof. It extends to approximately 102m2 and is utilised for produce storage. The concrete pad extends to the front of the building with a collecting yard. 6. The Vehicle Store To the rear of the former milking parlour is a vehicle store which is constructed of concrete panel walls, with a timber frame under a pitched sheet roof, concrete floor and an opening to the rear. The building extends to approximately 122m2 and it will be useful for storage purposes. Please Note that asbestos abatement work has been carried out on behalf of the vendors by a certified contractor in the farmyard and farmhouse.

The Land

The land extends to approximately 3.98 acres (1.61 hectares) of permanent grassland divided into three paddocks. The land is suitable for grazing purposes with stock proof boundary fences. Parcel 7357 1.24 acres (0.50 hectares) of gently sloping permanent grassland accessed off the farmyard or the track leading from the farmyard. Please note the settling tanks located within the field parcel are not included with the sale and a right of access through the farm yard will be reserved by the vendors. There is a public footpath across the parcel from the north eastern corner to the south western corner of the parcel. Parcel 6952 1.41 acres (0.57 hectares) of gently sloping permanent grassland accessed off the farmyard or the track leading from the farmyard. It offers the potential to extend the farmhouse garden. Parcel 6544 1.33 acres (0.54 hectares) of gently sloping permanent grassland accessed via parcel 6952.


Lot 1 Mains water and electricity supplies connected. Farmhouse - Solid fuel heating. Farmhouse – Mains drainage


High Peak Borough Council


In respect of Lot 1 only, it is to be sold subject to a development clawback provision of 35% for a term of 25 years for the benefit of the vendor. For the avoidance of doubt the above percentage is the share of the increase in the value of the property from the current use value to the value with the benefit of planning permission. The clawback will be triggered on either the sale with the benefit of planning permission or implementation of planning permission for residential use only and commercial, agricultural and equestrian uses will be specifically excluded.


The grassland areas are eligible for the Basic Payment Scheme, however no Entitlements are included with the sale of the property. The land is not currently entered into any Environmental Stewardship Schemes.


The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights including Rights of Way whether public or private, light, drainage, water and electricity supply, and all other rights, obligations, easements, quasi easements and all wayleaves or covenants whether disclosed or not. The vendor is to retain a right of way through both Lot 1 and Lot 2 along the route shaded yellow and brown for the purposes of accessing the Settling Tanks situated in Lot 1 and the Reservoir situated in Lot 2. The purchaser of Lot 2 is to have a right of access over the route shaded yellow on the plan. There are a number of pipes and cables passing through both Lot 1 and Lot 2 that are associated with the Ferodo Factory and the vendors will retain rights to inspect, repair and renew these within the sale conveyance. A plan showing the general locations of these is available upon request from the selling agents. There are a number of public footpaths and overhead electricity lines affecting the property as referred to within the descriptions for each Lot. An oil pipeline runs along the northern boundary of both Lots 1 & 2.


Lot 1 - Strictly by Appointment Only. All viewings will be accompanied by a representative of Whittaker & Biggs. Please contact our Leek Office Tel No: 01538-372006 to arrange. In light of Coronavirus, when viewing the farmhouse or other enclosed buildings social distancing is to be observed and face masks are to be worn in line with current government guidance. Lots 2, 3 & 4 – May be inspected at any reasonable time during daylight hours by prospective buyers, provided a copy of these particulars are in possession. Please ensure that gates are left as found and latched or tied correctly. Anyone inspecting the land or buildings does so entirely at their own risk and neither the selling agents nor the vendors accept any responsibility or liability for any injuries or consequential loss howsoever caused.


The property is offered for sale by Informal Tender. The closing date for offers to be received by is 12pm on Friday 11th September 2020. A Tender Form is attached to these particulars and only offers submitted using the Tender Form will be considered. All Tender Forms should be addressed to: Mr. Tony Allen, Plant Controller, Federal Mogul Motorparts Ltd, Hayfield Rd, Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak, SK23 0JP and marked ‘Stodhart Farm’. The vendor reserves the right to not accept the highest, or any offer.


The successful purchaser will be required to pay a deposit of 10% of the sale price upon exchange of contracts. It is expected that exchange will take place within 28 days of an offer being accepted and that completion will take place as soon as possible thereafter.

Hayfield Road Chapel-En-Le-Frith
High Peak SK23 0QE
County: Derbyshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: WB003547
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