Mawbray Hayrigg, Silloth, Cumbria CA7 4LL

Mawbray Hayrigg, Silloth, Cumbria CA7 4LL

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Price P.O.A
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Status New
Size (Acres) 4.01
Beds 4
Bathroom 1
Garden
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Carlisle Office
01228 548385

Mawbray Hayrigg, Silloth, Cumbria CA7 4LL

 

A Well Presented Farmhouse and Range of Traditional and Modern Agricultural Buildings Which Has Significant Planning Potential Subject To Obtaining The Relevant Consents Along with Agricultural Land Extending To Approximately 1.62 hectares (4.01acres).

Further Land Available By Separate Negotiation.

 

For Sale By Private Treaty As A Whole.

 

Introduction

Mawbury Hayrigg is nestled one mile from the picturesque Solway Coast in a popular holiday area, with a large number of year-round caravan parks being located close by.

The property is the site of the former Gin Case Farm Park and consists of a well-presented farmhouse, range of traditional and modern agricultural buildings and agricultural land extending to approximately 1.62 hectares (4.01 acres).

 

Location

Mawbury Hayrigg is located only 5 minutes from Silloth on the Solway Coast. The market towns of Wigton and Aspatria are located relatively close and benefit from a wide range of local amenities including schools, shops, leisure and medical services.

 

Directions

From Carlisle follow the A595 for 3.7 miles before taking the third exit on the roundabout onto the A596 towards Aspatria. Follow the A596 for 5.8 miles before turning right onto the B5302. After 6,8 miles turn left before reaching Blackdyke. Follow the unnamed road for 1.9 miles before turning merging onto the B5301. After 0.3 miles turn slight right onto Coldmire road and follow for 1.6 miles. Before turning left onto the destination road after 0.8 miles the farm will be on your right hand side.

 

Farmhouse

A well-presented, spacious four bedroomed farmhouse extending to 217 sq.m. The property is of stone construction under a slate roof, benefits from biomass boiler heating, has double glazing throughout and offers spacious family accommodation.

 

Ground Floor

 

Porch

Door from front elevation, leading to lounge/dining room.

 

Lounge/Dining Room

With wood burning stove.

 

Inner Hall

Stairs off to first floor and doors leading to all rooms

 

Toilet

 

Mudroom

 

Kitchen

Fitted wall and base units, oil fired Aga, Belfast sink, tiled floor and plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine.

 

Sun Room

Wood burning stove and wooden floor.

 

Sitting Room

Inset Log burner and wooden floor.

 

Study

Window to rear elevation.

 

First Floor

 

Double Bedroom

 

Double Bedroom

 

Double Bedroom

Built in cupboard

 

Master Bedroom

Built in cupboards, ensuite with shower, bath and WC.

 

Family Bathroom

WC and Shower

 

Outside

The property has a large parking area to the rear and lawned gardens to the front.

 

Former Gincase Farm Park

 

Store Room – 6.89m x 4.66m

Stone construction under a fibre cement roof, boarded out storage area.

 

Store Room – 6.63m x 4.72m

Stone construction under a fibre cement roof, boarded out with individual storage areas.

 

Store Room – 8.69m x 8.49m

Stone construction under a slate roof. There is also a substantial lawned area surrounding the former tea room which provided additional seating areas. There are two WCs accessible directly from the former tea room.

 

Storage Room  – 3.14m x 6.62m

 

Storage Room – 2.64m x 6.70m, 4.50m x 5.30m, 3.62m x 5.30m, 7.98m x 5.49m  

Stone construction under a slate roof. Previously used as a large shop area with down lighting and mezzanine shop area.

 

Storage Room – 5.24m x 8.06m

Stone construction under a tin roof. Lofted.

 

Storage Room – 5.67m x 5.31m

Stone construction under a tin roof . Lofted.

 

Storage Shed – 32.22m x 15.07m

Toilet facilities with four WCs with baby changing facilities.

Part plastic floor, steel portal frame with fibre cement roof and biomass boiler heating system.

 

Storage Shed – 22.80m x 7.30m

Steel portal framed shed with fibre cement roof.

 

Storage Shed – 32.06m x 12.00m

Split into several sections previously used to house animals including large aviary and small crop storage area.

 

Outside

The property benefits from further lawned areas surrounding the traditional buildings.

 

Farm Buildings

 

Storage Shed – 10.00m x 12.75m

Stone construction under a fibre cement roof, lofted.

 

Storage Shed – 7.17m x 14.34m

Timber framed under a box profile clad roof.

 

Old Dairy – 5.68m x 7.53m

Stone construction under an asbestos cement roof.

 

General Purpose Shed – 27.27m x 11.08m

Steel portal frame with fibre cement roof, feed passage and split into several separate pens.

 

General Purpose Shed – 27.27m x 11.08m

Steel portal frame with tin roof, split into individual pens.

 

General Purpose Shed – 25.50m x 6.70m

Steel portal frame with asbestos roof, split into several pens.

 

General Purpose Shed – 25.50m x 6.70m

Steel portal frame with asbestos roof with 36 cubicles with cow mats.

 

General Purpose Shed – 22.84m x 6.70m

Steel portal frame of mono pitch construction with cubicles for 23 and side feed trough.

 

Slurry Tower

 

Biomass Building

Block construction under an insulated tin roof, housing 100kw pellet biomass boiler and pellet store installed in 2014 which provides heating to farmhouse, former café, shop and play barn.

 

The Land

The land extends to approximately 1.62 Hectares (4.01 acres) and lies around the main steading. The land is divided into small paddock areas down to permanent pasture and would suite an equine use.

Further Land is Available by Separate Negotiation.

 

General Rights and Stipulations

 

Rights, Easements and Outgoings

The property is sold subject to and with the benefits of all rights of way, whether public or private and any existing or proposed wayleaves, easements, rights of servitude restrictions and burdens of whatever kind whether referred to in these particulars or not. The buyer(s) will be held to satisfy him or herself on all such matters.

 

Environmental Stewardship

The property is currently entered into a Mid-Tier Stewardship Agreement which is due to expire on the 31st December 2021. The property will be sold subject to this agreement.

Further details on the agreement can be obtained from Edwin Thompson.

The agreement will be transferred to the buyer(s) on completion, subject to a charge of £250 + VAT per transfer.

 

Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements

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 Farm Payment Entitlements are not included in the sale.

 

Viewing

The property is available to view strictly by prior appointment only, with Edwin Thompson. Tel: 01228 548385 – Mr Matthew Bell / Charlotte Clayton.

 

Method of Sale

The property is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole. Offers should be submitted to Edwin Thompson, FIFTEEN Rosehill, Montgomery Way, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA1 2RW. A closing date for offers may be fixed, and 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.

 

Services

The property is serviced by a mains electric supply and mains water supply. Foul drainage is to a septic tank. All telephone connections are subject to BT regulations. Please note we have not been able to test services or make judgement on their condition. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries.

 

Tenure and Possession

We understand the property is held freehold and offered for sale with vacant possession on completion.

 

Ingoing’s

There will be no ingoing or outgoing claims.

 

Sporting and Mineral Rights

The sporting rights are included within the sale so far as the sellers have title to them. It is believed that the mineral rights are owned over part of the site.

 

Energy Performance Certificate

The Farmhouse EPC is E56. The former Café and Shop EPC is B23.

 

Money Laundering Regulations

The successful purchaser(s) will have to provide the selling agents with documents in relation to the Money Laundering Regulations. Further details are available upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mawbray Hayrigg, Silloth, Cumbria CA7 4LL

 

A Well Presented Farmhouse and Range of Traditional and Modern Agricultural Buildings Which Has Significant Planning Potential Subject To Obtaining The Relevant Consents Along with Agricultural Land Extending To Approximately 1.62 hectares (4.01acres).

Further Land Available By Separate Negotiation.

 

For Sale By Private Treaty As A Whole.

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