Oxcliffe Road

Heaton With Oxcliffe, Heysham, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA3 3EF

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Cumbria

01539 751 993

kendal@abarnett.co.uk


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A property to behold offering a flexibility and freedom for a variety of buyers. Numerous traditional and modern outbuildings, 3 residential properties with countryside views and a private aspect. Development prospects, set in 3.35 acres (plus 4.39 acres by negotiation) and 3 roadside access points.

Old Fanny House
Comprising kitchen, living room, bathroom, pantry and boiler / boot room all to ground floor, with two bedrooms to the first floor plus attic.

Fanny House Farmhouse
Comprising two reception rooms, kitchen and pantry to ground floor; the first floor comprises four bedrooms (one en-suite) and family bathroom.

Fanny House Cottage
Comprising kitchen, living room, pantry, bathroom to ground floor; three bedrooms to first floor. Currently let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy.

Traditional Buildings
Attached to Old Fanny House are a range of traditional stone barns, more particularly described as follows:
3 x interconnected stone barns—two with slate roof and one with fibre cement roof — 20ft x 42ft / 27ft x 42ft / 27ft x 45ft approximately.
Stable — located under hayloft in middle barn — 25ft x 15ft approximately. Currently used as a store but stalls still in-situ.
Original dairy of brick construction under fibre cement roof — 18ft x 12ft approximately.
Original brick store under fibre cement roof —12ft x 12ft approximately.
Block with box profile cladding shippon — 30ft x 18ft approximately.
Original collecting yard, steel portal frame with fibre cement cladding — 37ft x 36ft approximately.
Original parlour, cubicles and store, all under fibre cement roof — 60ft x 36ft approximately.

Separate range of modern farm buildings of steel portal frame construction with shuttered concrete walls and fibre cement cladding comprising as follows:
Silage building – 90ft x 45ft approximately.
2 x lean-to cubicle buildings – 2 x 90ft x 38ft approximately.
Separate range of 3 x loose boxes of block and brick construction under box profile steel roofs – 3 x
10ft x 18ft approximately.

Buildings adjoining Fanny House Farmhouse
Attached to the farmhouse are a range of stone and brick stables / general stores under stone
flagged roofs – 58ft x 18ft approximately.
Range of brick calf cubicles under fibre cement roof – 36ft x 30ft and 34ft x 18ft approximately.
Two bay stone barn under tiled roof – 30ft x 27ft approximately.
Attached loose box of stone under corrugated iron roof – 24ft x 17ft approximately.
Attached loose box of stone under corrugated iron roof – 17ft x 15ft approximately.
Separate open building, block with Yorkshire boarding and fibre cement cladding – 45ft x 21ft
approximately.
Pre-fabricated calf cubicle building under box profile roof – 32ft x 22ft approximately.
The majority of the yards are concrete and there is a large hard-standing area to the east of Fanny
House Farmhouse.

Telecommunication Mast
Set within the farmyard is a discreetly located telecommunication mast currently generating
approximately £6,000 per annum.

General Remarks
Mains water all separately metered, mains electricity, drainage to septic tank and oil fired central heating.

Land
As previously stated the holding stands in some 3.35 acres (1.35 ha). Adjoining the main holding are some 4.39 acres (1.78 hectares) of agricultural land which may be purchased by separate negotiation by the successful purchaser.

Rights of Way, Easements and Wayleaves
The property is sold subject to and with the benefits of all rights, including Rights of Way whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and quasi easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylon stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.

Title and Tenure
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.

Method of sale
Private Treaty

Council Tax
Band B - Old Fanny House
Band B - Fanny House Farm Cottage
Band E - Fanny House Farmhouse

Local Authority
Lancaster City Council, Town Hall, Dalton Square, Lancaster LA1 1PJ / Town Hall, Marine Road, East Morecambe LA4 5AF Tel: 01524 582000

Viewings
Strictly by appointment. Please register with the Viewing Agent for details of the viewing dates.

Health and Safety
Care should be taken even when accompanied:
• Please do not climb gates, fences or other ancillary equipment on the land.
• No children are to be allowed on site even if accompanied.
• Armitstead Barnett LLP and LEMURrural accept no responsibility for loss or damage caused whilst viewing the land.


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