Rough Lea, Hunwick, Crook
Guide Price £10,000
- GUIDE PRICE £10,000 PER ACRE
- Approx. 7.93HA (18.26 acres)
- Sound Meadow & Pasture Land
- Can be divided into paddocks
- For Sale as a Whole or in Lots
A block of land close to the village Hunwick in an area known as Rough Lea Colliery. The land consists of three fields (can be sub-divided) of sound meadow and pasture land which extends to approximately 7.39 Ha (18.26 acres) for sale by Private Treaty. The land can be accessed by a hard track from Rough Lea via Hunwick Cricket Club. The Western boundary borders the former railway line which is now a Bridleway.
Please see diagram in photos section.
The land is shown edged red on the attached plan. The boundaries are stock proof fencing. The vendor is prepared to sell smaller parcels for pony paddocks if required but the purchaser will be responsible for sub dividing and erecting a stock proof fence around the purchased land.
Any sporting rights are in hand and are included in the sale.
Mines and Minerals
The mines and minerals are excepted and reserved.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land has been registered for the Basic Payment Scheme. It is classified as within the " Non- Severely Disadvantaged Area." The BPS Entitlements are not included in the sale and are available by separate negotiation.
The 2020 BPS claim has been submitted by the vendor. The purchaser will be required to comply with the BPS Scheme Regulations and Cross Compliance Conditions for the remainder of the 2020 Scheme year.
Environmental Stewardship etc
The land has not been entered into any Environmental Stewardship Schemes.
Rights of Way
The Western boundary borders the former railway line which is now a Bridleway. There is a public footpath which crosses field number 7201. For further information please contact the agent or consult the Durham County Council Definitive Rights of Way Map www.durham.gov.uk/definitivemap
The vendor is not aware of any other third party rights of way over the land.
Easements and Wayleaves
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, watercourses and other easements and rights of adjoining landowners, affecting the same, and all wayleaves and other matters registered by any competent authority subject to statute. There are some electricity poles on the land which are subject to a wayleave agreement with Northern Powergrid.
The land is freehold with vacant possession.
The land has a natural water supply. The vendor gives no warranty regarding water quality or continuity of supply.
Durham County Council, County Hall, Durham, County Durham, DH1 5UL.
Telephone 03000 260 000 Website www.durham.gov.uk
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