Land at Cressbrook Cressbrook, Buxton SK17 8ST
and woodland in a rural location on the edge of village of Cressbrook for sale by Private Treaty
Bakewell: 5 miles
- Buxton: 10 miles
- Sheffield: 19 miles
(All measurements and distances are approximate. Your attention is drawn to the important notice on the back page).
The land is located to the south of the village of Litton, with the larger town of Bakewell lying approximately 5 miles to the south east of the land.
The land is located in the heart of the Peak District National Park. The land is accessed from the public highway in a number of locations.
The land extends to approximately 88.44 acres (35.79 hectares) and is divided into a number of enclosures by stock proof fencing and stone walling.
The land is accessed from the public road by a number of access points that benefit from rights of access across third party land. The land is connected
to water with troughs located on the land.
The land is currently all down to pasture with there being areas of woodland running along the bottom of the dale adjacent to the River Wye. The land is located off Long Meadow Lane which can be mown or grazed.
The land varies in height between 245 metres and 325 metres above sea level.
The majority of the land is subject to a tenancy that extends to 73.55 acres. This land is let on a secure agricultural tenancy agreement granted pre 1984 and regulated by the Agricultural Holdings
Act 1986. This is identified shaded red on the plan
One succession has already occurred with one further succession available to the tenant. The current rent passing is £87.50 per acre. We understand that no notices have been served to
review the rent either by tenant or landlord.
The remainder of the land identified shaded blue on the plan extending to 14.89 acres, was previously subject to a Farm Business Tenancy the agreement terminated in March 2023 and the land is being sold with vacant possession.
Method of Sale
The land is available for sale by private treaty as a whole with a guide price of £420,000.
Subsidies and Grants
The agricultural land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency and the Basic Payment Scheme Payment is claimed and received by the tenant.
The tenant has entered part of the land into the Mid-Tier Countryside Stewardship Scheme.
The vendor is not party to any environmental stewardship schemes that the tenant has entered into over the land.
Sporting, Timber & Mineral Rights
The timber, sporting and mineral rights are included in the sale insofar as they are owned.
Water troughs located in places across the land.
Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to, and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, public and private whether specifically mentioned or not. Local electricity
lines cross the farmland. There are a number of public rights of way crossing the land.
Derbyshire Dales District Council
Peak District National Park
Should any part of the sale or any rights attached to it become chargeable items for the purpose of VAT then such a tax will be payable by the purchaser.
The land may be viewed during daylight hours only providing you have a copy of these sale particulars to hand. Given the potential hazards of a working farm, viewers should take precaution in regard to their own personal safety when viewing the land.