Guide Price £2,360,000

Liverton Village, Liverton, Saltburn-By-The-Sea

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Church House Farm, Liverton Village, Saltburn-By-The-Sea, North Yorkshire, TS13 4TB

A productive arable and livestock farm located in the Conservation Village of Liverton approximately 15 miles from Whitby and 10 miles from Guisborough.

A five bedroom period farmhouse of character requiring full refurbishment, set in the attractive village of Liverton, together with extensive range of single storey and two storey traditional buildings, steel portal livestock building and storage building as well as a further range of traditional buildings, grain drier and storage facility.
In all, extending to 277.92 acres to include 244 acres arable, 21 acres grassland, 10 acres woodland and gills, 2 acres buildings.

INTRODUCTION

A five bedroom period farmhouse of character requiring full refurbishment, set in the attractive village of Liverton, together with extensive range of single storey and two storey traditional buildings, steel portal livestock building and storage building as well as a further range of traditional buildings, grain drier and storage facility. In all, extending to 277.92 acres to include 244 acres arable, 21 acres grassland, 10
acres woodland and gills, 2 acres buildings.

SERVICES

Mains electric to Church House Farm and to Downe Farm buildings, septic drainage.
Private water supply sourced on the Danby and Liverton Estate serves the Church Farmhouse residence and buildings at an annual cost of £10 per annum. Northumbrian Water supply to Downe Farm Buildings.

EASEMENTS

Easement in favour of NPower for electrical services across field 6257, the land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing easements whether referred to in these particulars or not.

RIGHTS OF WAY

Public footpath across field no 6257 Lot 5, 1667 Lot 6, 1697 and 3001 Lot 8, 8322 Lot 9. The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights of way whether referred to in these particulars or not.

TENURE

Church House Farm is offered for sale with vacant possession.

POSSESSION

The Sellers will harvest the 2019 crop and possession of the land will be given after that, in any case no later than 7th October 2019. The Sellers reserve the right to use a grain drier and storage facility until 29th May
2020. The Sellers reserve the right to conduct a sale of equipment until 29th May 2020.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME

The land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency for Basic Payment purposes. Non SDA entitlements are established and the 2019 claim will be made by the seller, following which entitlements will be transferred to the Purchasers free of charge.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council
Kirkleatham Street
Redcar
TS10 1RT
Tel: 01642 774774

OUTGOINGS

The farmhouse falls in to Tax Band D for Council Tax purposes.

ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING

Assessed in Band G. The full EPC can be viewed at our Malton Office.

PLANNING

An overage arrangement shall apply to Lots 4, 6 and 7 and field no.1621 part of Lot 1, in the event of planning permission granted for development other than existing use at a rate of 45% for the next 15 years.
Planning consent granted on 29th August 2012, reference R/2012/0529/CA, for the development of a single storey annex adjoining the farmhouse. Condition 3 states that ‘the development hereby approved
shall remain ancillary to the use of the main house as a single family dwelling’.

METHOD OF SALE

Church Farm is offered for sale by Private Treaty, however the Agents reserve the right to conclude negotiations by any other means at their discretion.

PLANS, AREAS AND SCHEDULES

Plans provided and areas stated in the sales particulars are for guidance only and are subject to verification with the Title Deeds.

SPORTING RIGHTS

Sporting rights are included in the sale.

MINERAL RIGHTS

Mineral rights are reserved to a third party and not included in the sale.

THE LAND

The land which is classified as Grade III under the Land Classification Map of England & Wales lies approximately between 130m and 180m above sea level is described as strong to medium bodied loam suitable for growing cereals and grass, most of which has roadside frontage.

The farm has been well farmed throughout and the 2019 crops look extremely well due to the diligence of Michael Souter Esq.

FLOOR PLAN

SCHEDULE OF LAND

Please see attached sale particulars.

Contact Boulton & Cooper:

Malton office: (01653) 692151
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