The Homestead Barn Biggin, Buxton SK17 0DQ
The barn is set back from the road and enjoys views over open farmland. Planning consent has been granted for change of use to form 3 two-bedroom holiday cottages.
The village of Biggin by Hartington is delightfully located within the beautiful Peak District National Park with many walks leading from the village and the popular Tissington Trail a short walk from the property. There is also a public house within the village.
For Sale by Auction - Unless sold prior Date to be confirmed The Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1AH
From Ashbourne - Proceed out of the town on the A515 towards Buxton. Remain on the A515 for approximately 8 miles then take the left turn into Biggin village, proceed under the Tissington trail into the village and the driveway to the property will be found on the right-hand side clearly identified by the Bagshaws “For Sale” board.
This ‘L’ shaped barn development offers a superb development opportunity to an investment buyer with a view to tourism in the area. The property has planning consent granted for alterations and change of use to form 3 holiday lets. Each holiday let is designed to have two bedrooms with two parking spaces for each unit. The barn enjoys a lovely open outlook to the rear over farmland and is delightfully set back from the road.
Rarely do development opportunities such as this come to the market.
Planning Permission Information
Further information on the planning consent can be found on the Peak District National Park Planning portal using reference number NP/DDD/1218/1145.
Strictly by appointment through the Ashbourne Office on 01335 342201, or e-mail: Ashbourne@bagshaws.com.
Tenure and Possession
The property is sold Freehold with vacant possession.
Buyers should make their own enquires in relation to the availability and connection of services.
Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall, Bank Road, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 3NN. Tel: 01629 761100
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. The access to the barns will be via a right of way across the yard from the roadside. The right of way route is not be exactly as shown on the planning consent, further clarification can be sought from the agent.
Josh Clark, EMW Law,1 Seebeck Place, Knowlhill, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire,
MK5 8FR. Email: Josh.Clark@emwllp.com.
Contract of Sale
The Contract of Sale is available at the offices of the auctioneers but will not be read at the sale. The auctioneers will be in the saleroom fifteen minutes prior to the commencement of the auction to deal with any matters arising from either the contract of sale, the sale particulars or relating to the property generally.
At the time appointed the sale will continue and thereafter no further queries will be dealt with and the purchaser will be deemed to have knowledge of the contract of sale and to have satisfied himself fully upon all matters contained or referred to therein, whether or not he has read them.
Deposit and Completion
The successful purchaser will be required to pay a deposit of 10% of the sale price upon the fall of the hammer. The signing of the contract of sale and the 10% deposit is legally binding on both parties and completion will occur in 28 days thereafter, unless stated otherwise at the auction.
The sale of each lot is subject to a buyer's premium of £400.00 plus VAT. (£480.00 including VAT) payable on the fall of the hammer or upon exchange if purchased prior to the auction. Please contact the auctioneers for further details.
Money Laundering Regulations
Please note that all purchasers must provide two forms of identification to comply with Money Laundering Regulations 2003.This means that a passport or driving licence together with a utility bill for proof of address at the time of signing the contract.
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 is-sued 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 of the auction.