A most attractive small farm set in delightful rural surroundings
Farmhouse requiring complete modernisation or
Re - development with planning permission for a 3 bed dwelling
Stone barn with planning permission for
Conversion to a 2 bed dwelling
Approximately 23.36 acres (9.45 ha)
For Sale by Informal Tender as a whole or in 6 lots
Closing date: 18th November at 12 noon
Guide price as a whole £800,000 to £900,000
All enquiries to the Ashbourne office
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A most attractive small farm situated in delightful rural surroundings in a sought after location on the edge of the village of Hazelwood. For sale by Informal Tender as a whole or in 6 Lots.
A most attractive small farm situated in delightful rural surroundings in a sought after location on the edge of the village of Hazelwood. Farmhouse requiring complete modernisation or re-development with planning permission for a modern three bedroom residential dwelling. Stone barn with planning permission for conversion to a two bedroom residential dwelling. Approximately 23.36 acres (9.45 ha).
For Sale By Informal Tender
As a whole or in 6 Lots.
Closing Date For Tenders
Monday 18th November at 12 noon
All Enquiries To Ashbourne Office
Guide Price As A Whole
£800,000 to £900,000
Hazelwood is a delightful small village in Derbyshire about 11 miles east of Ashbourne on the A517 main road to Belper. Local amenities are available in the nearby towns of Belper and Duffield, whilst the market town of Ashbourne provides a range of shopping and recreational facilities. Railway connections are available in Derby and to Birmingham and London. Airports located within easy reach at East Midlands, Birmingham and Manchester.
Take the A517 east towards Belper, continue for approximately 9 miles. Go through Shottlegate, the turning for Hazelwood is signposted after a sharp left hand bend and is immediately on your right onto Over Lane. Continue along Over Lane, past Hazelwood Church and onto Hazelwood Hill. The property can be found on the right hand side identified by a ’Church Farm’ sign on the stone wall and also the agents “For Sale” board.
Church Farm provides a wonderful opportunity to acquire a traditional stone built farmhouse with planning permission granted for a replacement dwelling, a detached stone barn with planning permission for a residential dwelling including a detached stone garage with lean to. Agricultural land, available as a whole or in five lots.
Lot One (Black On Lotting Plan)
Farmhouse and stone barn with planning permission for conversion with a range of outbuildings in 3.52 acres (1.42 ha)
Is constructed of stone under a tiled roof. The current accommodation comprises:
Dining Room (14' 1'' x 11' 6'' (4.30m x 3.50m))
Open Fire with brick surround and hearth. Radiator. Bay window to front. Exposed beamed ceiling. Alcove leading to:
Family Room (11' 11'' x 6' 11'' (3.63m x 2.12m))
Window to yard, radiator. Door leading to inner hallway.
Kitchen (11' 6'' x 6' 9'' (3.50m x 2.06m))
Cupboard, worktop and sink. Window to side of property. Tiled floor. Radiator. Meter cupboard. Boiler.
Sitting Room (14' 4'' x 14' 0'' (4.36m x 4.27m))
Bay window to front garden. Small side window. Radiator. Gas fire with tile hearth. Under stairs storage cupboard. Doors leading to inner hallway and stairs.
Cloakroom (7' 10'' x 6' 8'' (2.38m x 2.04m))
Tiled floor. Window to yard. Storage cupboard. Back door leading to:
Rear Porch (10' 9'' x 4' 11'' (3.27m x 1.50m))
Conservatory porch leading to yard.
Bedroom One (14' 1'' x 11' 8'' (4.30m x 3.56m))
Window to the front with views over the surrounding countryside. Radiator. Storage cupboard. Fireplace with surround.
Bedroom Two (14' 5'' x 13' 11'' (4.39m x 4.25m))
Window to front with views over the garden and beyond. Radiator. Fireplace with surround.
Bedroom Three (11' 5'' x 15' 1'' (3.49m x 4.6m))
Window to rear. Radiator.
Bathroom (8' 8'' x 6' 7'' plus recess (2.64m x 2.0m))
Bathroom suite, window to rear. Storage cupboard. Radiator.
With slatted shelving.
Attached stone building to the side of the house. Tiled roof. Window. W/C.
Planning permission has been granted for a new three bedroom detached dwelling. The Amber Valley District Council Reference is: Ava/2019/0194.
Detached Stone Barn (47' 7'' x 18' 1'' (14.5m x 5.5m))
Detached stone barn with tiled roof. End barn with a staircase to hay loft.
Half stone/half wood construction with metal sheeted roof.
Planning Permission 2
Planning permission has been granted for a two bedroom dwelling. The Amber Valley District Council Reference is: Ava/2018/0798.
Detached Stone Garage (19' 7'' x 9' 4'' (5.96m x 2.85m))
Detached stone garage with pitched tiled roof. Double doors to the front.
Stone wall with metal sheeted roof.
Pedestrian access to front garden bounded by hedges. Vehicular access giving entry to the yard and barn.
Lot Two - (Green On Lotting Plan)
Guide Price £60,000
Road frontage onto Hazelwood Hill and Hob Hill. Gate access off Hob Hill conveniently contained in three enclosures.
Lot Three (Purple On Lotting Plan)
Guide Price £20,000
Road frontage onto Hob Hill contained within a single enclosure.
Lot Four (Light Blue On Lotting Plan)
Guide Price £50,000
Two enclosures with access from the track leading off Hob Hill.
Lot Five (Red On Lotting Plan)
Guide Price £40,000
Road frontage onto Hob Hill with access from the track leading off Hob Hill.
Lot Six (Yellow On Lotting Plan)
Guide Price £40,000
Gated access leading off the track contained within two enclosures.
Tenure And Possession
The property is offered with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.
Mains electricity and water are connected. Purchasers must make their own enquiries with regard to services.
Lots One and Two have direct access to the main road. Agricultural accesses may be able to be created leading off the farm track from Hob Hill but purchasers must make their own enquiries with Amber Valley Borough Council.
Basic Payment Scheme And Cross Compliance
The land is not registered with the Rural Payments Agency.
Rights Of Way, Wayleaves And Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether or not they are defined in these particulars. There is a right of way for the adjoining property along the track which runs parallel to Lots Three, Four, Five and Six. There is a public footpath which runs across Lots Three and Four. A second footpath splits off the main footpath in Lot Four.
Timber, Sporting And Mineral Rights
All timber, sporting and mineral rights are included within the sale.
Dilapidations And Ingoing Valuation
There will be no ingoing valuation and neither will any allowance be made in respect of any dilapidations that there may be.
Fixtures And Fittings
Only those items referred to in the particulars are included within the sale.
Strictly by appointment with the Ashbourne Office of the Sole Agents. All enquiries should be addressed to Bagshaws llp on or email:
Further information in relation to the planning permissions can be obtained on the Amber Valley Borough Council website. The planning reference numbers are: Ava/2019/0194 (farmhouse) and ava/2018/0798 (barn conversion.) Contact: Amber Valley Borough Council, Town Hall, Ripley, Derbyshire, DE5 3BT. T:
Council Tax Band
The farmhouse is believed to be within Council Tax Band E.
Energy Performance Certificate
The farmhouse has an EPC rating of F.
Method And Conditions Of Sale
The property is to be offered for sale by Informal Tender and all tenders must be made in writing using the specified tender form. All tenders must be received by 12 noon on Monday 18th November 2019.
Contracts will be issued 14 days after tender acceptance and the successful purchaser will be required to complete 28 days thereafter.
Please note all areas are based on the Pro Map plan.
There is an overage clause in relation to Lots Two, Three and Five at 25% for 25 years triggered on the granting of planning permission for any non agricultural use.
Money Laundering Regulations
Please note that all purchasers must provide two forms of identification to comply with Money Laundering Regulations 2017. This means a passport or driving licence together with a utility bill for proof of address.
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