Morrell Wood Farm Over Lane, Belper DE56 0HL

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Morrell Wood Farm offers a three bedroom farmhouse, a range of traditional farm buildings, one converted into a two bedroom barn conversion currently let on an AST. All set in 30.99 acres of ring fenced land.
The site is offered in two lots:
Lot 1: The Farmhouse, Barn conversion, buildings and 4.63 acres.
Lot 2: 26.36 acres of land with laneside access.

Morrell Wood Farmhouse is an attractive brick built three bedroom detached property, offering spacious accommodation across two floors, in need of a renovation programme, the property offers great potential. The property provides views over surrounding countryside and benefits from front and side gardens.

The Farmyard comprises of the Farmhouse, The Old Barn which is a two bedroom stone built barn conversion, a range of traditional, steel and timber buildings.
Milking parlour and Dairy: Steel portal framed with brick under corrugate fibre cement roof and concrete flooring (22.56m x 10.67m). The adjoining dairy has concrete frame windows, steel roller door. (4.88m x 4.27m)
Calf Shed: Timber framed, concrete under fibre cement building formerly used for housing calves (7.62m x 3.96m)
General Purpose Shed: Steel portal framed building, concrete block with steel cladding and roof, concrete floor and inspection pit. (18.29m x 9.14m)

Farmyard Cont’d
Traditional buildings: Formed on three sides around a central courtyard, the stone built barns are a great development opportunity, a section of the building has been converted into a residential property already, which is known as “The Olde Barn” - This property is tied to the farmhouse and cannot be sold separately.
Dutch Barn: A dilapidated Dutch barn (18.29m x 5.49m) with corrugated steel roof sheets, a timber framed lean to (18.29m x12.19m).

Lot 2 comprises of 26.36 acres of grassland with laneside access, the land is ring fenced and stock proof.

The house and Barn conversion are served by mains water, electricity and gas with most of the buildings benefiting from Water and electricity. The residential properties are served by a sewage treatment plant which lies to the west of the milking parlour.

Tenure and Possession:
The property is sold Freehold with vacant possession

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements:
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, easements and wayleaves whether or not defined in these particulars. There is a public footpath along the southern boundary of the land and one running along the eastern boundary, through the woodland. An underground electricity cable running North south across the land for which there is an annual wayleave.

Fixtures and Fittings:
Only those fixtures and fittings referred to in the sale particulars are included in the purchase price.

Local Planning Authority
Amber Valley Council

Council Tax Band

Nigel Davis Solicitors, 3 - 4 Spire House, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1DG
Tel: 01335 346772
Contact: Vito Berzanskis

Farmhouse: E
The Olde Barn: D

Method of Sale
The property is for sale by private treaty.

From Belper
Using the A609 or Kilbourne Rd from Belper town centre, continue on for approximately 1 kilometre, take a left to continue on the A609 for another kilometre before turning left onto Over Lane, continue of for approximately another kilometre again where the property will be on the right hand side as indicated by our For Sale board.

Overage Clause
An overage clause will apply to all residential or commercial development of 15% for the next 20 years.