The Farm currently comprises of a 3-bedroom derelict stone farmhouse with a range of derelict stone cottages, a detached stone barn and land comprising grassland and woodland extending to 19.12 acres or thereabouts.
The farmhouse comprises a traditional stone property under a pitched stone flag roof. The property is currently derelict, however internally provides for a sitting room, living room, dining room / kitchen to the ground floor and to the first floor a landing, 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. The farmhouse is currently derelict and requires a comprehensive programme of redevelopment works in order to allow the property to be utilised for residential accommodation.
The site offers superb redevelopment potential, with the farmyard having a number of former dwellings. Attached to the farmhouse is the site of a former semi-detached stone cottage, which is now within a severely dilapidated condition with no roof and limited wall structures still present. To the north of the farmhouse is a further row of 4 former stone built terraced cottages which are also within a severely dilapidated condition, with the roof being previously removed and the cottages having only part wall structures present.
To the rear of the farmyard is a substantial stone built barn under a pitched sheeted roof. The land attaching to lot 2 extends in total to 19.12 acres (7.73 ha) or thereabouts of permanent pasture, grassland and woodland, being set within a ring fence and classified as Grade 4 on DEFRAs Land Classification Maps for England & Wales.
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