An exceptional opportunity to purchase a useful block of grassland with roadside access extending to 18.63 acres (7.54 ha) with benefit of Planning consent (Ref: PDR/2020/0006) for construction of a generously sized agricultural building.
The property is located off Chesterfield Road in the village of Oakerthorpe, which is situated in the Derbyshire Dales approximately 1.4 miles west of Alfreton town centre, 2.7 miles north of Ripley town centre and 9.7 miles south of Chesterfield town centre. The property is situated in a quiet rural location yet within easy reach of junction 28 of the M1.
From junction 28 of the M1, heading south on the A38 towards Derby, exit at Watchorn roundabout for Alfreton and Swanwick. Take the third exit on to the A61 towards Alfreton at the traffic lights bear left and thereafter on the mini roundabout take the first exit on to the A615 signposted ‘Matlock’. Continue approximately 1.2 miles until you reach a T junction and traffic lights. Take the left hand turning on to the B6013 Chesterfield road signposted ‘Belper’. Continue for about half a mile on Chesterfield road into the village of Oakerthorpe driving uphill and just after the crest on the right-hand side you will see the entrance to the property indicated by our ‘For Sale’ board.
The property is situated in the quiet rural village of Oakerthorpe with vehicular access off Chesterfield road and extends to approximately 18.63 acres (7.54 hectares) of grassland that is suitable for both mowing and grazing. In addition the property benefits from Planning consent under The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015, Schedule 2, Part 6 Class A (Ref: PDR/2020/0006) for the construction of a generously sized agricultural building for use as general storage, with an approximate Gross External Area (GEA) of 256m2. Further already situated on the property is a corral and cattle crush which in all presents a prospective purchase the possibility of a variety of uses.
Basic Payment Scheme
It is our understanding that the land has been registered on the Rural Land Register, however any Entitlements associated thereto are excluded from the sale.
With regard to Cross Compliance it is understood that the purchaser will be required to indemnify the vendor against any breaches to cross compliance for the 2020 scheme year.
In addition, entitlements will be available by separate negotiation.
There is and unmetered mains water supply to the property and in addition there is a natural stream to the southern boundary of the property.
The land may be viewed in reasonable daylight hours whilst in possession of a copy of these particulars.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Easements
We understand there are mains electricity and broadband services under the property benefitting the adjoining property.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars.
Timber and Sporting Rights:
Included as far as they exist.
Tenure & Possession:
The property is sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Nigel Davis Solicitors
3 4, Spire House
Waterside Business Park,
Ashbourne DE6 1DG
Contact: Matthew Elias
Tel: 01335 346772
Amber Valley Borough Council
Derbyshire DE5 3BT
Tel: 01773 570222
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty
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