A Detached House Together With A Substantial Range of Agricultural, Commercial & Equestrian Buildings, Ménage & Approximately 47 Acres (20 Hectares) To Be Sold In Two Lots CLOSING DATE FOR OFFERS – FRIDAY 18TH OCTOBER AT 12 NOON
Riseholme Farm is located in a particularly convenient and pleasant location on the outskirts of East Leake, which provides a good range of local facilities and amenities with more comprehensive facilities being available in the nearby town of Loughborough. Situated on the corners of Loughborough and Rempstone Roads, the property enjoys a very good degree of privacy with no immediate neighbours, with pleasant commanding aspects over the associated land.
• Loughborough 4.6 miles
• Leicester 16 miles
• Nottingham 11.8 miles
• Derby 19.2 miles
• M1 6.5 miles
From the M1 Junction 24 take the A6 towards Kegworth and as you enter Kegworth, take the first turning left, signposted Kingston and Sutton Bonington. As you leave the town, turn right on the left hand bend, having passed over the river bridge towards the University of Nottingham and at the next crossroads continue straight ahead on to Melton Lane. After approximately 1½ miles, and at the right hand bend, pass the turn signposted West and East Leake, and take the next turn on the bend on to Brickyard Lane. Proceed to the end of the lane and then turn left towards East Leake and on entering East Leake, take the first turning right on to Rempstone Road. Follow this road to the next crossroads and then turn left towards East Leake on to Loughborough Road and the property is then situated on your left.
LOT 1 (Hatched Red on the Plan)
Riseholme Farm comprises a detached house constructed in the 1950s with four bedrooms and a large double garage/workshop, adjacent to which on the north side there is a substantial range of agricultural, equestrian and commercial (B1 and B8 use) buildings together with a range of sheds and ménage. There are paddocks and grassland amounting to approximately 15.75 Acres (6.373 hectares).
An area of grassland amounting to approximately 31 Acres (12.56 hectares) laid to grass with access from Rempstone Road.
FARM HOUSE (NO. 1 ON THE PLAN)
A detached farmhouse constructed in the 1950s with accommodation as follows:
With winding spindle staircase to first floor with radiator.
4.2m x 3.6m (13’8’’ x 11’10’’)
With radiator and windows to front and side.
6m x 3m (20’ x 10’)
The kitchen area comprises of solid pine base and wall mounted units, including glazed fronted display cabinets, four ring ceramic hob with extractor over, built in eye level oven and microwave, 1½ bowl sink with gilt mixer tap and tiled surrounds, peninsular breakfast bar, corner display shelving, quarry tiled floor, twin plate oil fired Rayburn with extractor canopy over, recessed ceiling spot lights, door and window to rear conservatory and breakfast area with window to side and archway opening to living room.
3.62m x 1.9m (11’10” x 6’3”)
With slate thralls, tiling to walls and quarry tiled floor and window to side.
3.66m x 0.98m (12’ x 3’2’’)
4.26m x 3.34m (13’11’’ x 10’11’’)
With wood block floor, ceramic tiled fireplace, radiator and windows to both front and side.
REAR CONSERVATORY /UTILITY
5.94m x 1.84m (19’8” x 6’)
With Belfast sink, work top, door to rear and oil fired boiler for central heating.
AT FIRST FLOOR LEVEL
Large landing with deep window to the front and picture rail and built in airing cupboard.
4.26m x 3.34m (13’11’’x 10’11’’)
With windows to front and side, built in pine wardrobes, comprising two double and one single wardrobe with cupboards over.
3.38m x 3.04m (11’1’’ x 10’)
With radiator and windows to side and rear.
3.33m x3.06m (10’11’’ x 10’)
With windows to side and rear, double and single built in wardrobe with matching drawers and radiator.
4.24m x3.66m (13’10’’ x 12’)
With radiator and windows to front and side.
With bath, WC, wash basin and corner shower cubicle with tiled surrounds and radiator.
To the front of the property there is a gravelled driveway/turning area giving access to a large detached brick built garage/workshop measuring 5.73m x 8.17 (18’9” x 26’ 9”) with folding doors to the front and personnel door to the rear.
The gardens extend to four sides of the property.
Mains water and electricity are connected. Drainage is private.
To the south west of the property there is a single Nissen Hut and timber poultry shed lying to the west. To the north of the property there is a substantial range of buildings comprising:-
COMMERCIAL UNIT (NO. 2 ON THE PLAN)
Comprising two sheds measuring approximately 40’ x 60’ each (80’ x 60’ Total) with planning consent for B1 and B8 use (Planning Ref: 07/02206/COU). To the rear of the buildings there are further agricultural sheds (No. 3 on the plan) comprising:-
Store sheds, hay barn and stabling with store sheds/hay barn measuring approximately 45’ x 18’ and adjacent shed measuring approximately 80’ x 45’ with six loose boxes and four pens.