Upper Hurst Farm Hulme End, Buxton SK17 0HH

For Sale

£950,000

For Sale
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A wonderful property situated in the heart of the Peak District National Park with an enviable outlook over the surrounding countryside. It is considered that great opportunities exist at the property, which includes a substantial four double bedroomed farmhouse, range of traditional and more modern outbuildings, together with adjoining grassland all set within approx. 18.18 acres (7.36 ha). The property is available in three lots. For Sale by Private Treaty Guide Price: Lot 1: £950,000 Lot 2: £40,000 Lot 3: £120,000

Location
Upper Hurst Farm lies within the Peak District National Park, and is situated a short distance from the villages of Hulme End and Hartington which between them offer a range of village amenities including a primary school, doctors, number of cafes/ public houses and village shops.
Whilst its setting is rural, the property is in easy reach of nearby towns and cities which between them offer a wide and varied range of amenities.
- Bakewell (4.5 miles)
- Leek (9.4 miles)
- Ashbourne (9.8 miles)
- Buxton (9.3 miles)
- Derby (24.0 miles)
- Sheffield (29.0 miles)

Directions
Travelling southbound on the A515 from Buxton, turn right just past the Jug and Glass Inn onto the B5054. Continue on this road for approximately 2.0 miles to reach the village of Hartington. Continue through the village heading south west on the B5054 for approximately 1.3 miles. Turn left onto Tinman Lane, signposted for Beresford Dale. Follow that road for approx. 600 yards and Lot 1 and 3 will be found on your left hand side, with Lot 2 on you right, all identified by our ‘For Sale’ boards.

The property is offered for sale in 3 lots as follows;

Lot 1
Shown shaded red on the property plan

Lot 1 extends to approximately 2.36 acres and includes the farmhouse, buildings and adjoining paddocks.

The Farmhouse
The four-bedroom farmhouse offers spacious accommodation and enjoys spectacular views over the open countryside. The stone built farmhouse has the benefit of double glazing, together with an oil-fired central heating system.
Entering the property from the front door a hallway greets with a staircase leading to the first floor. A lounge lies to the right, with a fireplace. To the left of the hallway is a Dining Room, with understairs study/ store and enclosed secondary staircase to the first floor. The spacious Breakfast Kitchen lies to the rear with side porch giving access to the farmyard and useful store lying off. Accessed off the kitchen is a Utility Room which leads onto a Shower Room.

On the first floor, a galleried landing leads to four good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Lot 1 Cont'd
The farmhouse has been well maintained, but would benefit from some modernisation. It does however offer great potential.

Externally, lawned gardens lie to the front side and rear and are bounded by stone walls and well maintained borders. The rear lawn contains a small stone building used as a store/outside wc.


Buildings
The buildings are a particular feature of the property. They too have been well maintained and, subject to planning, offer the opportunity for a range of uses.

- Two Storey Stone barn (18.23m x 4.69m)
Being formerly a milking parlour and store. Access can be gained to a single storey store (4.35m x 3.14m)

- Single Storey Stone barn (8.00m x 4.00m)
Lying perpendicular to the above and being the former dairy.

- Open plan building (22.55m x 24.27m and 19.61m x 5.83m)
A number of adjoining portal framed sheds with external block walls having Yorkshire boarding over and sheeted doors. The property was used for cattle, but latterly had been used for caravan storage.

- Store (6.15m x 3.67m)
Block built storage building, internally divided into two stores, under a flat roof and sat to the rear of the farmhouse within the entrance yard

Farmyard
To the rear of the buildings sits a spacious concreted yard with two former silage pits, providing a large storage area.

Land
The paddocks extend to a total of 1.42 acres (0.57 hectares) and sit to the side of the farmhouse, internally divided into three fields by post and wire fencing. The land is level in nature and laid to grass making it suitable for mowing or grazing. A small timber field stable is sited on the land (circa 17m2), and is suitable for horses or other livestock.

Lot 2
Shown blue on the property plan
A parcel of grassland extending to 3.84 acres (1.55 hectares), situated opposite Lot 1 and with good roadside access. The land is all down to grass, suitable for either mowing or grazing and bounded by stockproof post and wire fencing and mature hedgerow, and is in good heart.


Lot 3
Shown purple on the property plan
Comprising a parcel of grassland extending to 11.98 acres (4.85 hectares). Lot 3 adjoins Lot 1, with good roadside access. The land is all down to grass, suitable for either mowing or grazing and is bounded by a mixture of stockproof post and wire, mature hedgerows and dry-stone walling. The land is internally split into two and is in good heart.

Viewing
Strictly by appointment only through the selling agents Bagshaws at the Bakewell Office on 01629 812777.

Services
Mains electric and mains water are connected, with drainage via private means. It is noted that the mains water supply to Lot 1 is subject to an agreement with a neighbouring land owner.

Basic Payment Scheme and Environmental Stewardship
The land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency. There are no entitlements available. The land is not currently entered into an Environmental Stewardship scheme.

Tenure and 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. In respect of Lot 1, the neighbouring property has an easement for a water supply. There is a right of access through the neighbouring property to access the open plan building. Public footpaths cross Lots 1 and 3.

Fixtures and Fittings
Only those referred to in these particulars are included in the sale.

Local Authority
Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, Moorlands House, Stockwell Street, Leek, Staffordshire ST13 6HQ

Local Planning Authority
Peak District National Park, Aldern House, Baslow Rd, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1AE. https://www.peakdistrict.gov.uk/planning

Council Tax Band
The property is in Band E

EPC Rating
G

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 will not be disclosed to any other party.