Excellent opportunity to purchase approximately 53.69 acres (21.73 hectares) of grassland with a section of woodland, all having road access, available as a whole or in four lots.
Bradwell is a picturesque and extremely sought after Peak District Village within Hope Valley, surrounded by stunning views and countryside. The village benefits from having an array of local amenities most of which are within walking distance from the cottage including local shops, country pubs, playground and primary school. Bradwell also benefits from being only 3.9 miles from the popular neighbouring village of Castleton, and 10.3 miles from the town of Bakewell, 14.4 miles from Buxton and 15.8 miles from Sheffield city centre, all of which offer a comprehensive range of facilities.
Entering Bradwell from the Tideswell direction: Proceed through the village until you reach the Samuel Fox Inn on the left hand side. Turn right onto the lane directly opposite and follow this over a small bridge and round a left hand corner. The driveway splits shortly after – take the right hand fork by the ‘Bothams Farm’ sign. Proceed up the lane and the land will be found on the left and right hand sides. It is recommended that low vehicles are not driven up the driveway.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a useful block of grassland in a rural location with views across open countryside. The land has access off the road and all the land on offer is suitable for grazing and some for mowing available as a whole or in 4 lots in all totalling approximately 53.69 acres (21.73 ha) or thereabouts.
Guide Price £30,000
2.85 acres (1.15 ha) of grassland situated north off the main entrance drive to Bothams Farm. The land is suitable to grazing with post and wire fencing.
Guide Price £150,000
22.60 acres (9.15 ha) of land situated south of the access track and Bothams Farm. The land comprises 11.27 acres of grassland and 11.82 acres of woodland, with access off the track and off the Brough Lane along the southern boundary.
Guide Price £150,000
21.23 acres (8.59 ha) of land situated north of the access track. The land comprises a mixture of grassland and woodland with access off the track. All of the grassland is suitable for grazing and part of mowing.
Guide Price £50,000
7.01 acres (2.84 ha) of land situated south of Lot 3. The land comprises grassland suitable for grazing and partially mowing. There is a parcel of woodland to the northern boundary. The land is accessed off Brough Lane.
There is a further 6.10 acres (2.47 ha) of land suitable for mowing and grazing situated on the access lane, available by separate negotiation.
The land is offered freehold and with vacant possession upon completion.
The land is registered with the rpa. No entitlements are included within the sale. The vendor has made a claim for the 2018 scheme year. The purchaser(s) is to comply with the necessary cross compliance rules for the remainder the 2018 scheme year.
There is an ancient monument called Grey Ditch, situated on Lot 4 and partially on Lot 3.
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements whether they are defined in these particulars or not. We understand there to be footpaths which cross the land.
The property is to be sold with the benefit of timber rights as far as they exist.
The land may be viewed during normal daylight hours when in possession of a copy of these particulars. Please take care not to block the road when viewing the land and note that livestock is currently on the land. We recommend to view the land from Brough Lane.
No mains services are connected but there is a water course running along the boundary.
Only those items referred to in the sales particulars are included in the sale price.
Keebles llp, Commercial House, 14 Commercial Street, Sheffield, S1 2AT. Contact Charlotte Harris.
Peak District National Park, Aldern House, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1AE. Tel:
Derbyshire Dales District Council, Town Hall, Bank Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3NN, Tel:
The land is offered by Private Treaty.