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Nr Arksey, Doncaster

South Yorkshire
16 Apr 2014

John H Pickup
Address of property to sell:
Whitehouse Farm Almholme, Nr Arksey, Doncaster
DN5 0LN
Acres: 0.74
Telephone: 01302 714399
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£300,000

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The property is located approximately 5 miles North of Doncaster in the hamlet of Almholme, which is situated between the villages of Arksey and Barnby Dun.

The property stands in approximately 0.74 acre and comprises a detached property and a range of traditional Farm Buildings arranged in a courtyard. There are small paddocks to the rear and side of the property, together with a range of Wooden Stables with Hay Store and Workshop. The property has recently been in multiple occupation and is in need of improvement/modernisation internally and extends to approximately 145 sq m. The property is double glazed with mains water and electricity. Solid fuel central heating via the Aga and open fire.

The Local Authority is Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, Colonnades House, Duke Street, Doncaster, DN1 1ER and the Council Tax band is C. The amount payable for 2013 is £1,162.70.

Adjacent to the farmhouse, arranged in a courtyard is a range of 3 traditional Farm Buildings, more particularly:
Single Storey Open Cart Shed and Store (4.9m x 19m approx) used as garages
2 Storey General Purpose Traditional Farm Building (13m x 4.7m)
Further 2 Storey General Purpose Agricultural Building (17.8m x 4.5m to 5m) connected to the rear of the farmhouse.

The Traditional Farm Buildings are capable of conversion for either extension of the existing dwelling or conversion to new accommodation, subject to planning. Prospective purchasers should make enquiries with Development & Planning, Doncaster MBC, Civic Offices, Waterdale, Doncaster, DN1 3BU.

In the Paddock to the rear of the property, there is a further range of timber/breeze block buildings with tin roofs comprising: 3 Stables (extending to approx 80 sq m), Hay Store and Workshop (approx 130m). The Stables have mains water and electricity.

There are two small paddocks to the rear and side of the property, which are fully fenced and suitable for livestock.

The land is subject to a development value covenant in favour of British Coal, reserving 50% of any increase in value due to the grant of planning permission for the extraction of coal and minerals or for the deposit of easte materials. This provision expires on 1st July 2016.

Viewing is by strict appointment through the Agents.

Guide Price - Offers in the region of £300,000.

The property is sold freehold with vacant possession to be granted on completion.

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