Excellent opportunity to purchase approximately 0.62 acres (0.25ha) of useful amenity land For Sale by Informal Tender Closing date Wednesday 30 May at 12 noon
The land is situated in the heart of North East Derbyshire, within the locality of Brimington, a popular location due to it’s positioning and commuting distance to Chesterfield and further Sheffield, Derby and Nottingham. Junction 29a of the M1 is a short 10 minute drive from the property. The subject property includes land to the North West side of Gregory Lane, comprising a parcel of approximately 0.62 acres (0.25ha) of amenity land accessed off Gregory Lane via a shared access track.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a useful block of amenity land that has potential to be utilised for a variety of uses, with the previous use forming an orchard. The land has access by way of a shared access track off the road and is surrounded by open countryside.
The land offered extends to approximately 0.62 acres (0.25ha) or thereabouts as shown delineated in red on the property plan. The right of way forming the access can be seen hatched brown.
Method Of Sale
All bids are to be received in writing at this office by 12 noon on Wednesday 30th May 2018 in envelopes clearly marked “Brimington Land Tender” on the informal tender form available upon request.
Tenure & Possession
The land is offered freehold and with vacant possession upon completion.
Rights Of Way, Wayleaves And Easements
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.
Mineral And Sporting Rights
The property is to be sold with the benefit of these rights as far as they exist.
There is a restriction on the title insofar that an agreement is to be executed by the transferor prior to exchange of contracts to permit the legal disposition of the registered property. For further information interested parties are encouraged to speak with the vendor’s Solicitor.
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.
It is understood that no mains services are connected. However, it is recommended that interested parties make their own enquiries.
Cooper sons Hartley and Williams, 25 Market Street, Chapel en le Frith, High Peak SK23 0HS Kate Proven Tel:
Local Planning Authority
Chesterfield Borough Council, Town Hall, Rose Hill, Chesterfield S40 1LP Tel:
To locate the property, travelling from Chesterfield on the A619, head in to Brimington, taking the first exit on the junction at the Ark Tavern on to the B6050. Then, at the mini roundabout, take the second exit on to Coronation Road. Continue on the road until reaching Cow Lane. You many note a closed barrier at this point, of which a key will be provided to the successful purchaser. Continue approximately 200m and turn left on to Gregory Lane, where our ‘For Sale’ board will be situated. Continue down Gregory Lane to the end, turning right and the parcel of land can be found approximately 160m further down.
Bagshaws llp have made every reasonable effort to ensure these details offer an accurate and fair description of the property but give notice that all measurements, distances and areas referred to are approximate and based on information available at the time of printing. These details are for guidance only and do not constitute part of the contract for sale. Bagshaws llp and their employees are not authorised to give any warranties or representations in relation to the sale.
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