Shire Carr Farm Kirkby Lane, Pinxton, Nottingham NG16 6JA
Shire Carr Farm is situated in a semi-rural location just outside the village. The nearby villages have a range of basic amenities including a church, public houses, village shops and primary schools. The market towns of Alfreton and Kirkby in Ashfield offer a wider range of facilities including supermarkets, high street shops, restaurants and secondary schools. There are many nearby local walks and bridleways direct from the property and throughout the area. The property has rural setting, however benefits from access onto main roads including the A38 and M1 access at junction 28 within 2 miles leading to the surrounding cities including Derby Nottingham and Sheffield.
From Junction 28 roundabout on the M1, head towards South Normanton and Alfreton on Mansfield Road. After a short distance, turn left onto Pinxton Lane and follow the road to a set of crossroads. Continue straight on following B6019 to a second set of crossroads and turn left onto Kirby Lane and continue under the motorway bridge and the driveway to the property is on the lefthand side opposite a white building on the right, indicated by our for-sale board.
The sale of Shire Carr Farm offers an outstanding opportunity to acquire a smallholding in an accessible rural location. The property is set in 17.5 acres surrounding the house, together with a range of traditional and modern outbuildings and stables. The four-bedroom traditional farmhouse offers spacious accommodation for a family enjoying views towards the open countryside and valley beyond. The property has been run as a smallholding and offers the ability to run an equestrian unit or for other business uses, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The property has the benefit of double glazing together with an oil-fired central heating system and comprises the following:
Play Room: 13' 11'' x 12' 2'' (4.25m x 3.72m)
With a window to the front aspect, a front entrance door, partly open to the dining room and a door into the sitting room.
Sitting Room 23' 2'' x 11' 11'' (7.06m x 3.64m)
A large room with triple aspect windows to the front and side with patio doors out onto the rear garden, a feature stone fireplace and hearth with a Clearview multi-fuel burner and two radiators.
Dining Room 12' 2'' x 10' 5'' (3.72m x 3.18m)
A spacious room with a window to the front, a door leading from the Kitchen and partly open to the play room. There is a feature brick built fireplace, two radiators and exposed ceiling beams.
Kitchen 9' 10'' x 9' 3'' (2.99m x 2.83m)
With a window to the rear, floor and wall wooden kitchen units with a 1 ½ sink and drainer, a built-in electric oven, grill and hob with extractor fan over, space for an upright fridge freezer, part tiled walls, feature stone wall, vinyl flooring and radiator. There are doors leading into the Dining Room and out in the rear garden.
Utility room 9' 3'' x 7' 10'' (2.83m x 2.40m)
With plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier, built-in storage cupboard and houses the oil-fired central heating boiler. An external entrance door leading from the side and a window to the rear
Downstairs Shower 9' 3'' x 4' 0'' (2.83m x 1.21m)
With a shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin with built in storage, a window to the rear and fully tiled walls.
Landing and study Area 9' 11'' x 9' 1'' (3.03m x 2.78m)
With a staircase rising to the first-floor landing, loft access, a window to the rear and a study area.
Master Bedroom: 13' 7'' x 11' 11'' (4.13m x 3.64m)
A large double bedroom with dual aspect windows overlooking the front and side with views across the open countryside and a radiator.
Bedroom Two: 15' 5'' x 8' 11'' (4.70m x 2.72m)
A double bedroom with a window overlooking the front and a radiator.
Bedroom Three 12' 2'' x 12' 0'' (3.72m x 3.65m)
A double bedroom with a window overlooking the front with far reaching views and a radiator.
Bedroom Four 10' 0'' x 9' 1'' (3.04m x 2.78m)
A double bedroom with dual aspect windows and a radiator.
Family Bathroom 9' 10'' x 9' 4'' (2.99m x 2.85m)
With a bath, WC and wash hand basin, separate shower cubicle, built in airing and storage cupboard, a window to the rear and radiator.
There is a garden to the rear of the house mainly down to lawn, a stone flag patio area excellent for outside dining, all with views over the adjoining countryside.
The driveway to the property leads from the road, along a gravelled driveway into main yard area which provides parking for numerous vehicles.
There is a range of traditional and modern farm buildings comprising the following:
Positioned below the house, a concrete block building separated into two stables with concrete flooring. The building has electric, lighting and water.
Attached to the stables, a concrete block building with corrugated sheeted roof.
To the front of the buildings, is a large yard area down to hardcore ideal for produce or vehicle storage.
A four bay timber framed dual pitched building with concrete flooring internally split into loose pens and a storage area. The building is open fronted to the yard area.
Part of the above building with a vehicle door to the side.
A two bay steel and timber framed shed with a corrugated sheeted roof, concrete flooring, part concrete panel walls, Yorkshire boarding and, water trough. The building is open fronted into the yard area.
Attached General Store:
Attached to the building above, a steel framed building with a tin sheeted roof with concrete flooring.
Livestock Building 2
A four bay steel portal framed building with part concrete block walls and Yorkshire boarding above, under a corrugated sheeted roof, with concrete flooring, accessed via large vehicular doors. The building benefits from mains electric and water.
A steel and timber framed general purpose mono pitched building. There is one bay partitioned off as a loose pen with concrete flooring.
A three bay steel framed mono pitched livestock building which has been used as loose housing with internal feed barrier, concrete flooring, corrugated sheeted roof and vehicle access gate.
The land is down to pasture with all suitable for grazing and mowing. The land is conveniently situated in one block within a ring fence, with access from the farmstead, through various field entrances. The land is separated into numerous fields with a mixture of hedgerows and post and wire fencing. The land is free draining and provides good grazing and mowing. The whole site measures approximately 17.50 acres (7.08 ha) or thereabouts.
Mains electric and water are connected and private drainage. The property has oil fuel fired central heating system.
Timber and Sporting Rights:
We understand these to be included in the sale as far as they exist.
Basic Payment Scheme and Environmental Stewardship
The land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency. The entitlements are included in the sale. The land is not currently entered into an environmental stewardship scheme.
Tenure & Possession:
The property will be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Rights of way, wayleaves and easements:
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all other rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars. We understand there is full vehicular rights of way across the first section of the driveway which is owned by the neighbouring property.
Fixtures and Fittings:
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.
Ashfield District Council
Council Tax Band:
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Bagshaws at the Bakewell Office 01629 812777.
Method of Sale:
The Property will be offered for sale by Private Treaty.