Breconside Farm, Hallbankgate, Brampton CA8 2NE
CLOSING DATE SET
The closing date for the submission of best and final offers is 12 NOON, FRIDAY 4TH JUNE 2021 and they should be marked with “OFFER – BRECONSIDE FARM” and delivered to Edwin Thompson, FIFTEEN Rosehill, Montgomery Way, Carlisle CA1 2RW.
All offers should be made in writing clearly stating how the purchase will be funded.
Breconside Farm, Hallbankgate, Brampton CA8 2NE
An Exciting Opportunity to Purchase a Productive Stock Farm in a Rural Location Comprising of a Two Bedroomed Farmhouse, Traditional Farm Buildings and Agricultural Land Extending to Approximately 38.72 Hectares (95.67 Acres).
Lot 1: Traditional Two Bedroomed Farmhouse, Traditional Buildings and Agricultural Land Extending to Approximately 1.57 Hectares (3.88 Acres).
Lot 2: Agricultural Land Extending to Approximately 10.92 Hectares (26.98 Acres).
Lot 3: Agricultural Land Extending to Approximately 5.02 Hectares (12.40 Acres).
Lot 4: Agricultural Land Extending to Approximately 12.82 Hectares (31.68 Acres).
Lot 5: Agricultural Land Extending to Approximately 8.39 Hectares (20.73 Acres).
For Sale as a Whole or in Five Separate Lots by Private Treaty.
Breconside Farm is situated within a desirable rural setting, located 2.7 miles south east of the town of Brampton, and within close proximity to the city of Carlisle. The immediate surroundings comprise of a mixture of dairy and stock farms interspersed among rural villages.
There are useful road links to surrounding livestock markets and transport connections with direct routes to the M6 and to the town of Brampton which benefits from a wide range of local amenities. The city of Carlisle is just 12.7 miles away which is the main shopping location and administrative hub for Cumbria and the Scottish Borders.
The sale of Breconside Farm provides a unique opportunity to purchase a productive stock farm with a traditional two bedroomed house and traditional farm buildings and approximately 38.72 Hectares (95.67 acres) of good quality agricultural land which is most suited to grazing and mowing purposes.
Breconside Farm is situated within a convenient rural location just off the A69 and in close proximity to the M6 which is the main transport route to Scotland and the South.
The property is located just 2.7 miles from the town of Brampton which provides a useful range of local amenities including primary and secondary schools, supermarkets, leisure and medical services and a range of high street and independent shops with good access to the A69 and M6.
The City of Carlisle which is the main administrative hub for the north-west and Scottish Borders, offers a range of amenities and lies 12.7 miles to the west of the property.
From Junction 43, take the exit on to the A69 towards Brampton. After approximately 6.4 miles take the third exit at the roundabout right-hand turn towards Hexham. Follow the road for 3.2 miles before taking the right hand turn towards Kirkhouse after 0.7 miles the access track down to Lot 1 will be on your right hand side alongside Lots 1-4 with Lot 5 being on the left hand side.
Breconside Farmhouse is a traditional two bedroomed house of stone construction with mostly double glazed windows.
The property is spacious and is situated in an attractive rural location. The property briefly comprises:
With WC & Shower.
With fitted wall and base units.
With gas log burner and understairs cupboard.
With open fireplace.
Housing the oil boiler.
Spacious double bedroom with fitted cupboards.
Double bedroom with fitted cupboard.
The property benefits from mains electricity, water, drainage to a septic tank with a gas log burner and oil central heating.
The property has a large parking area to the front of the house. The property also has an external staircase leading to a first-floor storeroom above the kitchen.
Energy Performance Certificate
Breconside Farmhouse’s Efficiency Rating is F- 27. The EPC documents are available from the selling agents on request.
The buildings comprise of both modern and traditional agricultural buildings and are all situated close to the main farmhouse.
Brick Barn with Fibre Cement roof and Traditional Wooden doors currently used for General Storage.
Traditional Stone Barn with slate roof and additional lean to.
The land extends to approximately 1.57 hectares (3.88 acres) and lies within one block to the north of the farm steading. The land is accessed through the farm steading and then from field to field.
The land is classed as Grade 3 under the Local MAFF Land Classification System. The land benefits from a natural water supply and lies at a height of 138m to 144m above Ordnance Datum.
The land extends to approximately 10.92 hectares (26.98 acres) with access granted by a right of way down the shared access track and through the farm steading.
The land is classed as Grade 3 under the Local MAFF Land Classification System. The land benefits from a natural water supply and lies at a height of 138m to 145m above Ordnance Datum.
The land extends to approximately 5.02 hectares (12.40 acres) with access directly off the shared access track at multiple points and from field to field.
The land is classed as Grade 3 under the Local MAFF Land Classification System. The land benefits from a mains water supply and lies at a height of 158m to 170m above Ordnance Datum.
The land extends to approximately 12.82 hectares (31.68 acres) with access directly off the public highway and the shared access track and then from field to field.
The land is classed as Grade 3 under the Local MAFF Land Classification System. The land benefits from a natural water supply and lies at a height of 149m to 179m above Ordnance Datum.
The land extends to approximately 8.39 hectares (20.73 acres) with access directly off the public highway.
The land is classed as Grade 3 under the Local MAFF Land Classification System. The land benefits from a natural water supply and lies at a height of 149m to 156m above Ordnance Datum.
The land is not currently entered into any Countryside Stewardship Agreements.
Basic Payment Scheme
All of the farmland is registered with the Rural Land Register. The payment for the current scheme year in which the property is sold, will be retained in full by the vendor. The Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements are included within the sale and will be transferred to the successful purchaser on completion, subject to a charge of £250 + VAT per transfer.
The property is available to view strictly by prior appointment with Edwin Thompson. Tel 01228 548385 – Matthew Bell / Charlotte Clayton
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole or in five separate lots. Offers should be submitted to Edwin Thompson, FIFTEEN, Montgomery Way, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA1 2RW. A closing date for offers may be fixed. However, the seller reserves the right to change the closing date, change the method of sale or sell the property without any prior notification. Therefore, prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents, following an inspection. The vendor and their agents reserve the right to amalgamate, withdraw or exclude any of the land shown at any time or to generally amend the particulars of sale. The agents also reserve the right to conclude negotiations by any other means at their discretion and a degree of flexibility is available to prospective purchasers.
The property is serviced by a mains single phase electricity, water and septic tank drainage. All telephone connections are subject to BT Regulations. Please note we have not been able to test services or make judgement on their current condition. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries. The Septic Tank is sold as seen.
Tenure and Possession
The property is held freehold and offered for sale with vacant possession on completion.
Fixtures and Fittings
Fitted carpets, and log burners where present in the dwellings, are included within the sale.
Sporting and Mineral Rights
The sporting and mineral rights are included in the sale in so far as they are owned.
Rights, Easements and Outgoings
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private and existing or proposed wayleaves, easements, restrictions and burdens of whatever kind whether referred to in these particulars or not. The buyer will be held to have satisfied himself or herself on such matters.
Access to the property is obtained from down a shared use track with the right of way included in the sale.
The vendor retains the right to access retained land through Lot 2 as illustrated on the sale plan.
Money Laundering Regulations
The successful purchaser(s) should be aware that they will be required to provide us with documents in relation to Money Laundering Regulations. Further details are available upon request.
Further information can be obtained from Matthew Bell or Charlotte Clayton, Edwin Thompson LLP, FIFTEEN, Montgomery Way, Rosehill, Carlisle CA1 2RW.