Ughill, Bradfield S6

Ughill, Bradfield S6

Freehold | 30.8 acres (12.5 hectares)

Asking price £775,000
Woodfall Lane/Loxley Road 1.5 miles
Loxley Road/Rodney Hill 3.1 miles
Haggstones Road/Kirk Edge Road 3.3 miles

Ughill Hall Farm represents a rare opportunity to acquire a desirable smallholding comprising farmhouse, farm buildings and land extending in all to approximately 30.81 acres (12.46 hectares)

For sale by informal tender: 12 NOON FRIDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER 2022

Lot 1 – Ughill Hall Farmhouse, farm buildings
and meadow and pasture land extending in all
to approximately 30.81 acres (12.46 hectares).

Ughill Hall Farm is situated in and around the hamlet of Ughill approximately 2 miles to the south of the popular village of Bradfield within the Peak District National Park.

The city of Sheffield is situated approximately 8 miles to the south-east and access to the M1 national motorway is within 10 miles.

Train connections to London are available at
Sheffield (2hrs 25 mins).

Ughill Farmhouse comprises a semi-detached
property of stone construction situated on the eastern extent of the farmyard. The living accommodation extends to approximately 1,780 ft² (165.40 m²) and comprises a breakfast kitchen, lounge/diner, sitting room and office/bedroom to the ground floor, with four further bedrooms and house bathroom to the first floor. A cellar provides a useful storage area and also where the oil-fired boiler is situated.

Externally, there is a patio area to the southern elevation that is enclosed by a stone wall and a partially walled garden laid to lawn to the northern elevation.

For the avoidance of doubt, the adjoining property 'Ughill Hall' is in third party ownership and not included in the sale.

The traditional buildings are arranged around a courtyard situated to the south of the farmhouse and are of stone construction under corrugated profile clad roofs.

The modern buildings are situated to the west of the farmhouse and benefit from an independent access taken from the minor public highway known as West Lane.

The buildings are summarised as follows:

A - Traditional 4 bay open fronted loose housing of stone construction under an asbestos roof.
B - Stone built traditional store under a slate roof currently used as loose housing divided into two pens.
C - Stables of block construction under a corrugated sheet roof comprising 3 boxes.
D - Traditional ‘L’ shaped barn of stone construction under an asbestos roof being part two storey with loft over and part large two storey with a small store to the rear. The first
floor has been used as the farm office and provides a kitchenette and w/c.
E - 6 bay steel portal frame dutch barn under a corrugated clad roof and timber sleeper
F - 5 bay steel portal frame dutch barn loose housing with central feed passage with 20 ft
and 10 ft lean-to’s.
G - 5 bay steel portal frame double span building with concrete panel walls, Yorkshire
boarding to eaves under a fibre cement clad roof. Central feed passage and concrete
H - Sheep handling facilities.
I - Redundant workshop building of timber frame construction clad with corrugated
profile asbestos sheets.

Lot 1 comprises 30.81 acres (12.46 hectares) of meadow land.

According to the Soil Survey of England and Wales the predominant underlying soil type is classed as being part of the Wilcocks 1 series which is described as slowly permeable loamy over clayey upland soil with a peaty surface horizon with coarse loamy soils affected by groundwater in places. An area of the property (Lots 2 and 6) are classed as being part of the Rivington 2 series which is described as a well-drained coarse loamy soil over rock, some fine loamy soils with slowly permeable subsoils. The soil series identified above are considered to be suitable for stock rearing and dairying, some arable land coniferous and deciduous woodland.

The land has been identified by the former
MAFF agricultural land classification as being
Grade 4 and 5.

The meadow land generally comprises good sized regular shaped parcels and has undergone a programme of reseeding over the course of the last five years.

The property is offered for sale by informal tender.

Tender forms are available on request and should
be submitted to the Harrogate office of Carter
Jonas by either post or email no later than
12 noon on Friday 2nd September 2022.

The property is sold freehold with vacant possession available on completion.

The land is sold without Basic Payment Entitlements.

The former tenant entered the property into
a Countryside Stewardship (Mid and Higher
Tier) Scheme which has now been terminated.

The Holding is generally considered by Natural England to be important for upland breeding waders including snipe and golden plover and also supports some good wetland areas. As such, it is considered that there are reasonable prospects for inclusion within the suite of Environmental Land Management Schemes (ELM’s) to support the sensitive management of the Holding and generate a further income stream.

It is considered that the traditional buildings
may be suitable for alternative use subject to
the requisite planning consents being obtained.

An additional information pack including the EPC and title information is available from the selling agents.

The farmhouse and buildings are served by
connections to a mains electricity supply and
private spring fed water supply. Foul drainage is to a private septic tank. The spring fed water supply which rises on the property also serves third party owned properties within the hamlet of Ughill.

A private spring fed bladder tank system provides a livestock water supply which serves various field troughs.

The land is sold subject to and with the benefits of all rights of way, water drainage, water courses and other easements quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owners (if any) affecting the same and all existing and proposed wayleaves and other matters registered by any competent
authority subject to statute.

The route of the private water supply transects Lots 1 and 3. Appropriate rights to maintain, renew and replace the infrastructure will be reserved in the evet of a sale in Lots.

A main gas pipe transects the farm.

Please take care when viewing the property and be as vigilant as possible when making an inspection for your own personal safety.

Any prices quoted are exclusive of VAT. In the event that the sale of the property or any part of it or any right attached to it becomes a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable in addition to the purchase price.

The sporting rights are included in the sale in so far as they are owned.

The mines and minerals are excluded from the sale.

Current – Band E (42)
Potential – Band B (86)

Peak District National Park

Sheffield City Council

Viewings will be conducted by means of block
viewing days. Interested parties are advised to
register their interest with the selling agents to
be kept informed of viewing dates.

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Key property details
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Total land
30.8 acres (12.5 hectares)
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