Woodman Lane

Cowan Bridge, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA6 2HT

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£294,100


0 Bedrooms 0 Bathrooms
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Cumbria

01539 751 993

kendal@abarnett.co.uk


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* FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER * 12 NOON ON WEDNESDAY 18TH NOVEMBER 2020 * Of interest to agricultural and equestrian purchasers. Up to 45.32 acres (18.34Ha) of quality grassland including BPS Entitlements. Lot 2 - 34.60 acres (14.00Ha)

Lot 2 (edged blue on the attached plan) comprises of 34.6acres (14.00 Ha) of excellent quality agricultural grassland split into three parcels, two larger parcels and a smaller amenity parcel with pond and small orchard of fruit trees. This land also benefits from a useful substantial motorway crash barriered catching pen for providing excellent loading facilities for cattle and sheep. This land is classified under the agricultural land classification maps for England and Wales as Grade 3 and again is of the Ellerbeck series of soils being a stony well drained loamy soil often underulating ground excellent suited to grass production and in some low land locations arable cropping. Lot 2 benefits from natural water by way of a small beck and spring which is located in the most southerly field. The land is enclosed with a mixture of dry stone walling and quick thorn hedging and benefits from three entrances onto the former roman road. There is historic evidence of a trackway which leads in a rough east west axis by Cocklemile Wood which will provide further accessing to the fields.


Also available - Lot 1 (edged red on the attached plan) comprises of two enclosures of excellent quality grassland with two gated accesses on to a substantial roman road which leads to Woodman Lane. The land comprises of two level enclosures extending in total to some 10.72 acres (4.34Ha) classified under the agricultural land classification maps for England and Wales as Grade 3 of soil type the Ellerbeck series of soils being a stony well drained loamy soil often undulating ground excellent suited to grass production and in some low land locations arable cropping.

Within a mixture of random stone walling and mature hedgerow provides excellent potential for winter forage production or subject to gaining the necessary planning consent, conversion to an equestrian or lifestyle farming unit.


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