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Land at Loweswater

Cumbria

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Property Details:

The land is available in 9 lots or as a whole and extends to about 71.75 acres (29.04 hectares) of productive grassland and about 42.78 acres (17.31 hectares) of woodland which is subject to a long leasehold interest. The grazing land is valley bottom land formerly part of Godferhead Farm and is gently undulating, ranging in height from 115 to 150 metres above sea level and is classified as Grade 4 under the DEFRA Provisional Agricultural Land Classification. The soils are freely draining, slightly acid, with naturally low to medium fertility and a loamy texture. The boundaries are a mixture of walls, hedges and post and wire fences.
 
Lots
The property is available for sale by Private Treaty in 9 lots, as described below:
 
Lot 1 - Guide £40,000 
5.74 acres (2.32 hectares) of permanent pasture and is shown hatched pink on the sale plan. The land is situated to the east of St Bartholomew's Church and the Kirkstile Inn. The land gently undulates from south to north and has roadside access.
 
Lot 2 - Guide £30,000
4.48 acres (1.81 hectares) of permanent pasture and is shown hatched orange on the sale plan. Part of the land is a former disused quarry and is situated immediately to the north of St Bartholomew's Church with the public road adjoining three sides of this parcel of land.
 
Lot 3 - Guide £10,000
1.16 acres (0.47 hectares) of permanent pasture and is shown hatched light blue on the sale plan. Part of the land is a former disused quarry and is situated north east of the village hall. The land is relatively flat and has roadside access with the public road running along the southern boundary.
 
Lot 4 - Guide £110,000
21.91 acres (8.87 hectares) is a mixture of rush and permanent pasture and is shown hatched dark blue on the sale plan. The land gently rises from the south to the north and has roadside access with a track leading along the eastern edge of the lot from Foulsyke.
 
Lot 5 - Guide £90,000
16.01 acres (6.48 hectares) is a mixture of rush and permanent pasture and is shown hatched red on the sale plan. The land gently rises from east to west and has roadside access.
 
Lot 6 - Guide £80,000
12.92 acres (5.23 hectares) is a mixture of rush and permanent pasture and is shown hatched light green on the sale plan. The land gently rises from east to west and has roadside access.
 
Lot 7 - Guide £40,000
8.84 acres (3.58 hectares) is a mixture of rush and rocky pasture and is shown hatched yellow on the sale plan. The land is approached via a stone track to the south of Foulsyke. Part of this parcel is a former disused quarry and the land nestles to the south east of Foulsyke wood. A right of access will be retained through this lot by both the Freeholder and Leaseholder of Lot 8.
 
Lot 8 - Offers invited
11.85 acres (4.79 hectares) known as Foulsyke wood and is shown hatched dark green on the sale plan. This is a mixed woodland and is accessed via the track leading up to and through Lot 7. The wood is to be sold subject to a 999 year lease which started on 23rd May 1956 at an apportioned rent of £1.19 per annum. There is a covenant for the Lessee to maintain the woodland fences. The sporting rights are included within the sale.
 
Lot 9 - Offers invited
30.93 acres (12.52 hectares) known as Wilderness and Thackthwaite woods and shown hatched purple on the Sale Plan. These are a mixed woodlands and have roadside access to the east of the woodland. The woods are to be sold subject to a 999 year lease which started on 23rd May 1956 at an apportioned rent of £3.11 per annum. There is a covenant for the Lessee to maintain the woodland fences.


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