A parcel of undulating grazing land which predominantly faces south and extends to 2.30 Hectares (5.69 Acres). Situated in a quiet, semi-rural location approximately half a mile from the centre of the village. Read more
A parcel of undulating grazing land which predominantly faces south and extends to 2.30 Hectares (5.69 Acres). Situated in a quiet, semi-rural location approximately half a mile from the centre of the village.
The Property Available as a whole, the parcel of land extends to 2.30 Hectares (5.69 Acres). Enclosed within a ring fence the land is gently undulating but predominantly faces south and is situated in a quiet, semi-rural area. Flanked by the popular walk way which follows the historic train line between Bishop Auckland and Brandon.
Access The property is accessed off the adopted highway known as Rough Lea Lane and via a pedestrian public right of way.
Basic Payment Scheme The land is not a large enough parcel to be claimed on in isolation and no Basic Payment Entitlements or other grants and subsides are included within the sale.
Mines and Mineral Rights It is understood that the mines and mineral rights are excluded from the sale.
Public Rights of Way A public footpath crosses the land. Purchasers should make their own enquiries as to the exact course that this takes. The sale plan shows the footpath as per the Definitive Plan for Durham for illustrative purposes only.
Tenure & Possession The land is sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Local Authority Durham County Council
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Hunwick is a well-supported local village which benefits from a primary school, award winning tea room and regular bus service to the larger adjoining towns and villages. There are further facilities in the surrounding area and settlements and a network of country road and bridleways in the vicinity for hacking should the property be of interest to the equestrian market.
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Company Registration Number: OC304694 Registered office address: 4-6 Market Street, Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 1TL