For sale: Burnbank Farm - Lot 3, Lindale, Grange-Over-Sands, Cumbria, LA11 6WA
Guide Price £15,000
Summary: Delightful smallholding occupying a fine, elevated site with views towards the Kent Estuary. Single storey dwelling with potential to extend into the attached Workshop and Barn. Range of Outbuildings. Two Paddocks, pasture and grazing land. About 6.593 acres (2.667 ha).
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Delightful smallholding occupying a fine, elevated site with views towards the Kent Estuary. Single storey dwelling with potential to extend into the attached Workshop and Barn. Range of Outbuildings. Two Paddocks, pasture and grazing land. About 6.593 acres (2.667 ha).
To Be SOLD By AUCTION on FRIDAY 13 JULY 2018 at 2.30pm at THE VICTORIA HALL, GRANGE-OVER-SANDS. Energy Rating 'E'
LOT 1: Burnbank Farm; 0.409 ac
LOT 2: Burnbank Paddock and Barn; 1.782 ac LOT 3: Burnbank Pasture & Grazing; 2.467 ac LOT 4: Burnbank Pasture; 1.935 ac
SUMMARY OF LOTS
The precise location and extent of the individual Lots are shown on the Sale Plan herewith.
BURNBANK PADDOCK AND BARN
Extending to About 1.782 acs (0.721 ha)
Edged Blue on the Sale Plan
An excellent enclosure of meadow/pasture land adjoining and to the south of Lot 1, including a general purpose Barn.
The access to the enclosure is via the entrance drive included with Lot 1, to the gateway at the far easterly corner of the field.
The enclosure slopes gently down from the driveway alongside the northerly boundary to the southerly boundary. The westerly boundary is adjacent to the B5271.
There is no mains water supply.
The Barn, and range of buildings, comprise:
NO 1: 11.50m x 10.30m (37'9" x 33'10") Fibrous cement with zinc corrugated sheet roof.
NO 2: 4.87m x 3.08m (16' x 10'1") Mono pitched fibrous cement sheet roof.
NO 3: 2.73m x 1.94m (8'11" x 6'4") Stone outhouse with double pitched slate roof.
There is an access door from the enclosure into the westerly elevation of the buildings. Access to the buildings is also from the field to the south and east.
PASTURE AND GRAZING LAND
Extending to About 2.467 acs (0.998 ha)
Edged Green on the Sale Plan
A sound block of accommodation land comprising pasture and grazing, adjoining and to the east of Lot 2.
There is access from Lot 2 into the enclosure but should Lot 3 be sold separately, the land has the benefit of access for agricultural purposes only, along the drive behind Lot 1, across a stream into the north westerly corner of the land. The access is marked brown on the Sale Plan.
The enclosure is surrounded by stockproof fences and dry stone walls.
The Lot has the benefit of a natural water supply from the stream, which flows through the land. If Lot 3 is sold separately to Lot 2, then the buyer of Lot 3 will be responsible for providing, erecting and thereafter maintaining a suitable stockproof boundary fence on the westerly boundary with Lot 2. Generally the land slopes down from the north easterly boundary adjacent to the A590 highway, to the southerly boundary.
The land is sound undulating pasture with some outcrop of rock, with amenity woodland, comprising a mixture of Beech, Holly and Hawthorn.
Extending to About 1.935 acs (0.783 ha)
Edged Yellow on the Sale Plan
An excellent enclosure of meadow/pasture land, on the opposite side of the B5271, to the west of Lots 1 & 2, opposite the entrance to Burnbank Farm.
There is a good roadside access via the gate adjacent to the B5271, and the land slopes gently up towards the westerly boundary and down to the southerly boundary.
The enclosure has sound stockproof boundary fences and hedges.
There is a natural water supply being the small stream alongside the northerly boundary.
The enclosure will be of interest to the buyers of Burnbank Farm and also to local hobby farmers, those with equestrian interests, and local farmers and landowners.
Superb small farm ideal for hobby farmers and those with equestrian interests.
Elevated, southerly aspect with far reaching views towards Morecambe Bay and Arnside Knott.
Extremely well placed for communication purposes for Ulverston, Barrow-in-Furness, Kendal and M6 Junction 36.
Wide range of local services at nearby Grange-over-Sands, including a railway station.
Lot 1 comprises the Farmhouse with 3 Reception, 2 Bedrooms, attached large Barn and Workshop, range of outbuildings.
Scope to incorporate the Workshop and Barn into the living accommodation, subject to Planning Permission.
Lot 2 is an excellent paddock, adjoining and south of Lot 1, including a stone Barn/General purpose farm building.
Lot 3 is beyond and east of Lot 2 with separate access, along the lane behind Lot 1, for agricultural purposes, comprising 2.467 acres of pasture/grazing land.
Lot 4 is west and opposite Lots 1 & 2, about 1.935 acres of meadow/pasture.
Of interest to local land and property owners, farmers and those wanting to run a business from home.
Viewing of Lot 1 is strongly recommended to appreciate the potential and the outstanding, wonderful vista.
From the A590, travelling from Meathop in a westerly direction towards Newby Bridge and Ulverston, approaching the top of Lindale Hill, turn left, signposted Grange-over-Sands. Follow the slip road around to the left and Burnbank Farm is the first property on the left hand side.
From the direction of Grange-over-Sands, at the mini roundabout, opposite the railway station, follow the signs to Windermere, along the B5271. At the end of the road, at the T junction, opposite the public house, bear left and Burnbank Farm, is on the right hand side.
From Lindale village, turn left at the mini roundabout near the former Lindale Inn, continue up the hill and keep right at the road junction, just beyond the public house and Burnbank Farm is on the right hand side.
Burnbank Farm is situated on the periphery of the of the Lake District National Park, on the southerly side of the A590 Kendal to Barrow-in-Furness Road.
Lots 1, 2 & 3, are between the A590 Lindale Bypass and the B5271, being the link road between the Bypass and Grange-over-Sands, which is about 3 miles to the south. The village of Lindale, with local services and amenities, lies just south east of the property.
Lot 4, detached from Lots 1, 2 & 3, is on the opposite side of the B5271.
Burnbank Farm is conveniently located for all the facilities and amenities within the Lake District National Park.
FRONT GARDEN: The pleasant front garden, with ornamental pond, slopes down to the front drive and contains a fine variety of shrubs and a rockery. Terrace to the side, beyond which is a lawn with shrubs.
SIDE PARKING AREA: Ample parking facilities. Sitting area.
REAR ELEVATION: Two car parking spaces behind and adjacent to the rear elevation. Outside Boiler.
OUTSIDE W.C: 3.04m x 0.92m (10' x 3') Stainless steel sink unit. Central heating radiator and W.C. Access door from the rear parking area.
OUTBUILDINGS/WORKSHOP BARN/GARAGE: 12.4m x 6.00m (40'8" x 19'8") Totally enclosed three bay pole building with corrugated sheet zinc cladding with double pitched roof. Inspection pit. Central heating oil tank. Diesel tank.
WORKSHOP AREA: 7.53m x 2.28m (24'8" x 7'6") Similar construction to above. Mezzanine storage.
As mentioned, there is potential to extend the living accommodation into this substantial building, subject to satisfactory planning permission.
Potential buyers are recommended to make their own enquiries relating to the scope of these buildings, at the Planning Authority Offices, being South Lakeland District Council, details of which are provided in these particulars.
SILO BUILDING: 6.60m x 4.70m (21'8" x 15'5") Situated beyond the easterly elevation of the Bungalow. Concrete panel walls. Concrete floor. Concrete double pitch sheeted roof.
CAR PORT/OPEN GARAGE: 5.39m x 3.76m (17'8" x 12'4") Timber framed.
POTTING SHED: 4.22m x 1.40m (13'10" x 4'7")
PARKING AREA: Beyond the former Silo Building is an extensive hard surface parking area.
Mains water and electricity.
Oil fired central heating in the house. Private, septic tank drainage system in the front paddock, used by three dwellings, including two houses to the east in separate ownership.