Lot 3 - Land Brierlow Bar Farm Brierlow Bar, Buxton SK17 9PY
The land and buildings are situated in an accessible setting in between the town of Buxton and the village of Longnor. The property is situated in a rural setting within the Peak District National Park with views overlooking the surrounding open countryside. The property lies 3 miles south of Buxton, 10 miles west of Bakewell, 5 miles north west of Monyash and 1.6 miles to the south east of Harpur Hill. There are many nearby local walks, bridleways, trails and beauty spots in the surrounding area and across the Peak District National Park.
From the centre of Buxton, head south out of the town on London Road, towards the A515. Merge onto the A515 Ashbourne Road. Follow the road for approximately 2 miles and Lot 2 will be found on the left hand side, before you meet the junction. Lot 4 is immediately opposite on the right hand side. Continue up the road approximately 200 yards and Lot 1 will be found on the left. Further up the A515, past the junction for the A5270, Lot 3 is situated on the left hand side, sandwiched between the two roads. For the final two lots, from lot 1, turn right at the junction onto the B5053 heading for Longnor, Lot 5 will be on the right hand side adjacent to the road. Following further up the road, Lot 6 is also on the right side. All lots are indicated by our For Sale boards.
The land and buildings at Brierlow Bar Farm offers an opportunity to acquire a mix of traditional and modern agricultural buildings all set within approx. 197.19 acres (79.80 ha) available in six lots. There is a large range of agricultural buildings together with the original farmhouse attached to the stone barns, now used for storage off possible potential for conversion, subject to the necessary consents. The lots of land provide huge agricultural opportunities with sizeable parcels. The land and buildings are situated in a spectacular location with rural views yet great accessibility too, and a viewing is recommended to appreciate the potential of the buildings.
Please note photo's were taken in October 2021
Lot 1: Shown Red on the property plan
Comprising the farmyard and the original farmhouse, accessed by a shared entrance driveway off the road, into the yard area providing access to the buildings. There is a yard area to the front of the traditional buildings and the former farmhouse and a rear entrance and yard area to the more modern range of buildings and silage clamp.
Lot 1 Buildings
The building briefly comprises the following:
1. A stone built two storey former farmhouse, with windows and an entrance door to the front. There is the original range fireplace cooker in situe. The building has been used for storage.
2. A large two storey stone built barn, attached to the former farmhouse, then used as a parlour, with stone walls, tiled roof and loft. The traditional cubicles are still present with pedestrian entrance doors to the front and rear.
3. A two storey traditional barn under a tiled roof, complete with a part loft. Currently split in two, used for machinery and storage. There is a large centre vehicle entrance door.
Lot 1 Cont'd
4. A stone building used as a dairy with a sliding entrance door.
5. A concrete framed former livestock shed. The building is used for machinery and general storage. The building has a concrete floor, vehicle doors to each gable and a separate side store which was formerly the dairy.
6. A five bay steel portal framed extra high building, with concrete panels sides and rear with sheeting over and to the roof. The building is current used as a silage clamp with concrete flooring and open fronted.
7. An eight bay steel portal framed cubicle building with concrete blocks and Yorkshire boarding over, containing 80 cubicles each with a central feed passage, two scrapping passageways with slats to an under ground muck store and vehicle doors to both gables.
Lot 1 Cont'd 2
8. An eight bay steep portal framed building with concrete blocks and Yorkshire boarding over attached to building 5, containing approx. 60 cubicles with a central feed passage with slats and underground slurry store, with vehicle entrances at both gables and to the side.
9. A two storey stone built traditional barn under a tiled roof, complete with a part loft. Currently split in two, used for machinery storage and two stables used for storage.
10. A part open fronted traditional stone barn used for storage, adjoining barn 9.
11. Two bay mono pitched steel portal framed shed, with concrete panels and sheeting above and to the roof, currently used for machinery storage.
12. One bay steel portal framed shed used as a workshop with a roller shutter door, adjoining above.
Lot 1 Land
Lot 1 extends in total to 42.17 acres comprising fields all suitable for grazing and some for mowing. One field has been in an arable rotation. There are dry stone walls and post and wire fencing, with access from the buildings and from the road.
Lot 2: Shown Pink on the property plan
Guide Price - £375,000 - £400,000
A two storey barn with a slate roof, positioned in the third field. There is a mono pitched stone built lean-to adjoining the barn. with possible potential to convert, subject to the necessary consent. There is a hardcore track leading from the road leading round into the entrance of the third field.
There is a large plot of adjoining grassland extending to 55.77 acres (22.57 ha) separated into six fields all suitable for grazing and some for mowing, with drystone walling and fencing. The land has road frontage onto the A515.
There is a SSSI called Topley Pike and Deep Dale within Lot 2.
Lot 3: Shown Blue on the property plan
Guide Price - £100,000
Two grass fields split by sparse woodland extending to approx. 16.32 acres (6.60 ha). Enclosed by two roads, the A515 and Heath View, with multiple access points off both roads. The land is well suited to mowing and grazing with dry stone walled boundaries.
Lot 4: Shown Purple on the property plan
Guide Price - £60,000
A useful section of grassland comprising 6.84 acres (2.77ha), accessed off the A5270, and is immediately opposite Lot 1. The land is suitable for arable, mowing and grazing, and bound by drystone walls. This lot has been in an arable rotation. There is acres a parcel of woodland measuring approx. 0.9 acres.
Lot 5: Shown Yellow on the property plan
Guide Price - £300,000
A sizeable block of grassland comprising approx. 37.73 acres (15.27 ha) of good mowing and grazing pasture split into two fields that are in good heart, having a frontage onto both surroundings roads, the A515 and B5053 with multiple access points.
Lot 6: Shown Green on the property plan
Guide Price - £275,000 - £300,000
Offering approx. 38.36 acres (15.52 ha), fronting onto and accessed off the B5053.This block comprises various large fields bound by drystone walls, all suitable for grazing and some for mowing. The pasture is in good heart and split by a tarmac and hardcore track leading to a hard standing area.
Lot 1 has mains water. There is mains water currently connected to lots 2 and 3, however if sold separately to Lot 1, submeters are to be inserted by the purchasers of lots 2 and 3. Lot 5 has a separate mains water connection. Lot 6 will be sold with the rights to lay a pipe over lot 5 and insert a submeter for water.
Tenure & Possession:
The land and buildings are offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Basic Payment Scheme and Cross Compliance:
The land is registered with the RPA for the Basic Payment Scheme. The BPS entitlements are not included within the sale. The vendor has claimed the BPS for the 2022 year and the purchaser(s) will be obliged to cross comply over the reference period for the claim year.
There are no current schemes on the land.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Easements:
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. The access to lot 1 is via a right of way for all purposes along the driveway shared with the neighbouring farmhouse. There is ample room to create a private driveway subject to the necessary consents. The farmhouse will have a right of way to empty and maintain the cesspit located in Lot 1. There are public footpaths crossing Lots 1, 2, 5 and 6. There is right of way for the water board across Lot 3 at the north corner.
Timber and Sporting Rights:
Timber and sporting rights are included as far as they exist.
Fixtures & Fittings:
Only those items referred to in the particulars are included in the sale
Lot 1: Strictly by appointment only through the sole agents, Bagshaws LLP, Bakewell Office on 01629 812777 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lots 2-6: Viewings can be undertaken at any reasonable time in daylight hours while in possession of a set of these particulars.
(Lots 1, 2 and 4 fall within the Peak District National Park)
Peak District National Park Authority
Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire
The farm falls within to local authorities as follows:
Derbyshire Dales District Council,Town Hall, Bank Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN.
And High Peak Borough Council, Buxton Town Hall, Buxton.
Claire Broadhurst, Brooke Taylors Solicitors, 4 The Quadrant, Buxton, SK17 6AW
Tel: 01298 22741
Method of Sale:
The property is offered by Public Auction at 3.00pm, Monday 18th July 2022 at The Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1AH.
Deposits & Completion:
The successful purchaser will be required to pay a deposit of 10% of the sale price upon the fall of the hammer. Please note that proof of identification must also be provided to comply with the Money Laundering Regulations 2003. The signing of the Contract of Sale and 10% deposit is legally binding on both parties and completion will occur within 56 days thereafter, unless stated otherwise at the auction. The sale is subject to a buyer’s fee of £400 + VAT (£480 inc. VAT) payable on the fall of the hammer. Please contact the auctioneers for further details.
Conditions of Sale:
The Conditions of Sale will be deposited at the office of the Auctioneers seven days prior to the sale and will not be read at the sale. The Auctioneers and Solicitors will be in the sale room fifteen minutes prior to the commencement of the auction to deal with any matter arising from either the conditions of Sale, the Sales Particulars or relating to the auction generally. At the appointed time the sale will commence and thereafter no further queries will be dealt with and the purchaser will be deemed to have full knowledge of the Conditions of Sale and to have satisfied himself fully upon all matters contained or referred to therein, whether or not the purchaser has read them. “The Guide Price is issued as an indication of the auctioneer’s opinion of the likely selling price of the property. Each property offered is subject to a Reserve Price which is agreed between the seller and the auctioneer just prior to the auction and which would ordinarily be within 10% (+/- ) of the Guide Price. Both the Guide Price and the Reserve Price can be subject to change up to and including the day
Money Laundering Regulations:
Due to recent changes in legislation, all buyers must provide relevant documentation in order to provide proof of their identity and place of residence. The documentation collected is for this purpose only and will not be disclosed to any other party.