14' 10'' x 3' 4'' (4.51m x 1.01m)
Front staircase leading up to first floor
Front Sitting Room
16' 1'' x 12' 8'' (4.91m x 3.86m)
With a tiled fireplace and hearth with mantelpiece
Front Dining Room
15' 10'' x 15' 0'' (4.82m x 4.58m)
With tiled fireplace, hearth and mantelpiece
15' 5'' x 14' 4'' (4.70m x 4.36m)
With a Yorkshire range and a built in drawer unit
17' 11'' x 13' 2'' (5.45m x 4.02m)
With fitted units, double stainless-steel sink unit and electric cooker
22' 8'' x 3' 3'' (6.91m x 1.00m)
With a W.C located at one end
13' 3'' x 6' 3'' (4.03m x 1.91m)
Passage to back staircase (4.00m x 2.14m)
First Floor Accommodation
16' 4'' x 3' 3'' (4.99m x 1.00m)
16' 5'' x 13' 11'' (5.00m x 4.25m)
Double bedroom with a tiled fireplace
16' 3'' x 12' 1'' (4.95m x 3.68m)
Double bedroom with a tiled fireplace and mantelpiece
15' 11'' x 15' 2'' (4.85m x 4.63m)
Double bedroom with tiled fireplace and hearth
19' 5'' x 3' 3'' (5.93m x 1.00m)
14' 4'' x 12' 6'' (4.38m x 3.81m)
With a panel bath, pedestal sink and airing cupboard
14' 6'' x 11' 3'' (4.41m x 3.44m)
Single bedroom with a tiled fireplace
Second Floor Accommodation
26' 9'' x 12' 0'' (8.16m x 3.67m)
19' 5'' x 11' 9'' (5.92m x 3.57m)
The property benefits from the mains water, drainage and electricity. The heating is from wall mounted electric storage heaters and fireplaces and double glazing to the front elevation
The EPC rating for the property has been assessed as Energy Rating G
Ehenside Farmhouse is Council Tax Band D
Ehenside Farmyard comprises of a mixture of traditional sandstone and pitched slate roofed and modern farm buildings predominantly used for housing livestock and general storage. The yards are chiefly hardcored and several areas of concrete providing good access and extra storage facility.
33' 0'' x 20' 0'' (10.06m x 6.10m)
Block wall constructed garage with a concrete floor and inspection pit.
73' 6'' x 14' 1'' (22.40m x 4.30m)
Traditional stone single storey building with an open front used for storage.
58' 8'' x 36' 6'' (17.89m x 11.13m)
Traditional Stone Barn with two double shippons lofted and with an attached lean to shippon.
South section 11.16m x 5.06m middle section 13.17m x 10.73m
Traditional Stone Barn lofted shippon split into three sections with a ramp up to the loft.
South section 4.97m x 4.54m north section 17.10 x 6.37m
Traditional sandstone barn split into two sections the south section is lofted with a lose box below and north section has an arched door into the main barn.
50' 0'' x 15' 0'' (15.24m x 4.57m)
Traditional single storey Stone Barn split into four loose boxes.
22' 10'' x 12' 4'' (6.96m x 3.75m)
Traditional single storey storage building with a pitched corrugated roof, in need of renovation.
50' 0'' x 20' 0'' (15.24m x 6.10m)
A timber framed hay barn with a corrugated iron pitched roof, block walls and an earth floor.
50' 0'' x 20' 0'' (15.24m x 6.10m)
Steel portal framed hay barn with a pitched box profile roof and two clad sides and an earth floor.
54' 0'' x 20' 0'' (16.46m x 6.10m)
Brick wall constructed barn with corrugated iron side cladding to three sides and a pitched corrugated iron room and a concrete floor with an open front.
105' 0'' x 60' 0'' (32.00m x 18.29m)
A modern steel portal framed general purpose building with a pitched fibre cement roof, box profile side cladding to each side and breeze block walls to six feet, a swinging door and concrete floor.
25' 0'' x 16' 4'' (7.63m x 4.97m)
Traditional single storey building within the garden.
Ehenside Farm is all within a ringed fence with the Pasture Land bordering the River Ehen. The land within lot 1 extends to 34.24 acres including 24.77 acres of pasture split into two well shaped fields suitable for mowing and grazing, 3.44 acres of level arable land, 3.81 acres of woodland and 2.22 acres of garden, driveways and yards.
The land is of Grade 3 and is of a medium loam soil consistency.
SOIL TYPE & LAND GRADE
According to the Cranfield Soil and Agri-food Institute (Soilscapes of England & Wales), the soil is classed as “Soilscape 10” described as Freely draining slightly acid sandy soils and the land is Grade 3 Good to Moderate (Land Classification Series for England & Wales) (Grade 1 - best, Grade 5 – worst).
The land is registered under title number: CU313689, the title register, and title plans are available upon request.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY ETC
There is a right of way by foot along the river Ehen for the fishermen within Lot 1. There are three large pylon poles within Lot 5 and one in Lot 4 operated by Electricity Northwest.
The Land 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
TENNURE & POSSESSION
The Land is sold freehold and with vacant possession granted upon completion.
The purchaser is responsible for erecting a stock proof fence within three months of completion and maintaining the fence thereafter, in Lot 2 marked A to B on the plan and Lot 3 marked C to D on the plan.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency and has been claimed on under the Basic Payment Scheme, but no Entitlements are included with the sale of the land.
Mains Water Supplies
1. Mains water is connected to Lots 1, 2 and 4. It is understood that there is a mains water pipe within the main road adjoining lots 3 and 5 but the vendors have not applied to United Utilities to check if connections are possible and interested parties are therefore advised to make their own enquiries. supplies
2. The water meter within parcel number 0712 serves Lot 1 and Lot 2 and if Lots 1 and 2 are sold separately the Vendors will undertake to pay for a new water connection and meter to serve Lot 2, The Cottage.
The sale plans have been prepared by the Agents for the convenience of the prospective purchasers and are for identification purposes only and they are not to scale. They are deemed to be correct, but any error, omission or misstatement shall not affect the sale. Purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.
In respect of Lot 1 there will be a Development Overage placed upon the buildings numbered 3, 4, 5, and 11 as detailed in the Schedule and plan of the buildings which will be in place for a 25 year period and in the event of Planning Consent being obtained for residential development or permission obtained under Permitted Development Rights Class Q an overage will be payable on the sale of the building with planning consent or upon the commencement of development and which will be a 30% of the uplift from the value of the building as an agricultural building with no prospect of development and the value of the building with the benefit of planning consent or permitted development rights for conversion to residential property/ properties.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
Prospective Purchasers will be required to provide photographic identification and a utility bill proving residency to enable us to comply with the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations prior to the acceptance of any offer made for the property.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by Informal Tender. The closing date for offers to be received by is 4 p.m. on Thursday 28 April 2022. 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 J A Wilson, Whittaker & Biggs, 34 High Street, Biddulph, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ST8 6AP ‘Ehenside Farm – JAW’. The vendor reserves the right to not accept the highest, or any offer.
DEPOSITS & COMPLETION
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.
ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFORMATION
John Wilson FRICS FAAV
George Pullin BSc (Hons) (Assistant)
Whittaker and Biggs
34 High Street
Stoke on Trent
Tel: 01782 522117
Stephen Buckingham BSc (Hons) FAAV
Whittaker and Biggs
16 High Street
Tel: 01260 273241
Particulars written February 2022
Photographs taken February 2022
Copeland Borough Council
The Copeland Centre
Tel: 01946 598300