Oakenclough Farm Longnor, Buxton SK17 0QS
Oakenclough Farm offers a rare opportunity to acquire a small farm with a stone-built barn conversion with a useful range of agricultural buildings all set within 38 acres (15.38 ha), situated in the Peak District National Park.. The farm buildings offer a good range of useful buildings for those with both equestrian and agriculturally minded. A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the potential of the farm.
Oakenclough Farm is sat in a rural location, a short distance from the popular Peak Park village of Longnor. Slightly further afield, yet still within easy reach is the popular Spa town Buxton, and the much-desired Market town of Bakewell. The property is commutable to nearby, Leek (9.6 miles) and Stoke on Trent (21 miles).
From Leek head out on the A53 Leek to Buxton Road. Continue through Blackshaw Moor and climb up the hill past The Roaches. Just after The Winking Man Public House take a right turn and after approx. 1 mile, on the brow of the hill, take the right turn. Continue down the lane, taking the first right hand turn and at the end of the lane there is a sign for Oakenclough Farm. Continue along, down the track, over two cattlegrids to the end, where you will see the farm straight ahead of you.
The farmhouse occupies an attractive position, above Oakenclough Brook providing attractive far reaching views over the local Peak District countryside. The Farmhouse offers 5/6 bedrooms and flexible living space. At present the farmhouse is split into two, being utilised for multi-generational living.
Nearby the farmhouse are a range of traditional and more modern farm buildings, being used currently to as housing for cattle and machinery/feed storage Comprising:
-Attached Stone Barn 18’1 x 12’3
-Adjoining Stone Barn 18’9 x 15’8 currently -utilised as cattle shed
-Rear Workshop/Store roller shutter door, inspection pit
-Adjoining Stone Building with roller shutter door
-Main Cattle Shed 60’ x 60’ with power and light
-Adjoining Cow Barn 100’ x 35’
-Concrete Yard Area
-Lean-to Stock Pen
-Five Bay Cow Barn 75’ x 15’
-Newly Installed Tractor Shed 30’ x 30’
-Recessed Muck Storage Area
The land is down to pasture with some suitable for mowing and all for grazing. The land is conveniently situated in one block within a ring fence, with access from the farm yard and the drive, through various field entrances. The land is separated into numerous fields with a mixture of stone walls and post and wire fencing together with access to the Oakenclough Brook. The farmhouse and buildings are located with fields surrounding.
Mains electricity connected, spring water supply, septic tank drainage, oil fired central heating system.
The occupancy of the barn conversion is limited to those who satisfy the definition of local needs or a dependant of such person. For further details contact the Bakewell Office.
Council Tax Band:
The property is in Council Tax Band ‘E’.
Strictly by appointment only through Bagshaws LLP, Bakewell Office on 01629 812777, email@example.com
We understand that there is a Site of Special Scientific Interest on part of the land known as Leek Moors.
Local Planning Authority
Peak District National Park Authority , Aldern House
Baslow Road, Bakewell , Derbyshire, DE45 1AE
As we understand there is currently an ongoing retrospective planning application for:
1.change of first floor room into a lounge 2. conversion of barn (2 storey) into holiday let 3. erection of 2 modern cattle buildings
Bowcock and Pursaill,
54 St Edward Street,
T: 01538 399199, E:Info@Bowcockandpursaill.co.uk
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