CLOSING DATE FOR ALL OFFERS FRIDAY 17 FEBRUARY 2017 AT 5PM
All offers to be received by our Saintfield office or through our joint agent JA McClelland by 5pm on Friday 17 February 2017
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE OR IN LOTS
A substantial dairy / stock-rearing farm extending to 243 acres or thereabouts, as contained on the farm survey maps prepared by DAERA and 236 acres mean eligible area*.
The property includes a two storied farm house and range of outbuildings including dairy, milking parlour, cubicle housing to accommodate approximately 278 head, silos, calf house, range of stores and concrete macrete slurry store.
The lands are substantially contained in one block, with another small block situated a short distance away, and approached via shared laneways leading off the county road.
A number of former dwellings and stone buildings are dotted through the lands and may afford opportunities to obtain planning permission for replacement or conversion of vernacular buildings to dwellings, if desired.
Planning permission has been granted for a replacement dwelling at 98 Middle Road, which is included in the sale or may be sold separately.
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a significant holding of this size in one block, convenient to Belfast and Lisburn and enjoying easy access to the motorways.
Storage cupboard under stairs; telephone connection point.
Cream marble fireplace with matching tiled hearth; cornice ceiling; two wall lights.
Cream tiled fireplace with matching tiled and marble hearth; hardwood mantle; baxi grate; pine tongue and groove ceiling; tv aerial connection point; cornice ceiling.
Cream suite comprising tiled shower cubicle with 'Mira' thermostatically controlled shower; folding etched glass shower doors; vanity unit with recessed wash hand basin in formica surround; cupboards under; mirrored cupboards over; tiled walls and floor; extractor fan; recessed 12 volt ceiling lighting in pine tongue and groove ceiling.
Tiled floor; built in cloak cupboard; beauty board clad walls.
1½ tub single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps; range of mid oak eye and floor level cupboards and drawers wit matching leaded glass display cupboard; formica worktops; integrated 'Hotpoint' double electric oven and 4 ring electric hob and canopy, ceiling extractor unit over; plumbed for washing machine; space for fridge / freezer; tiled floor; cedar tongue and groove ceiling with brass bulls eye spotlights
Built in mirrored door sliderobe; cornice ceiling.
Two tone grey bathroom suite comprising panel bath with chrome mixer taps and matching side handles; pedestal wash hand basin with mixer taps; close coupled wc; hotpress with copper cylinder; part tiled walls; painted wood tongue and groove ceiling.
Gardens to front and side laid out in lawns and planted with a selection of ornamental and flowering shrubs.
Up and over doors to either end; fluorescent lighting and power points.
Light point; door to:-
Open fronted; light point.
Two stainless steel milk tanks.
Fullwood 8 x 8 herringbone system with automatic cluster removers; overhead meal bin; collecting yard to rear.
To accommodation approx. 95 head; vented side and roof; slatted passage; tungsten lighting; concrete water trough.
To accommodation approx. 85 head; slatted passages; vented roof; 4 large straw bedded calving pens to one side; drinking tough.
To accommodate approx. 50 head; slatted floor; vented roof; tungsten lighting.
Central silage passage; sodium lighting; cattle shute and crush gate from parlour.
To accommodate approx. 48 head; concrete floor; tungsten lighting; concrete water drinker.
Vented roof; access to rear from enclosed concrete yard and opening to front into cubicle houses.
Fluorescent lighting; power points.
Clay banked; clay floor.
Shuttered concrete walls and concrete floor.
The lands, contained in two blocks, with the majority of which is contained in one block situated immediately to the sides and rear of the farm yard. Of the remaining lands, a small block of land accessed via a shared laneway leading to 118 Middle Road.
The lands, with the exception of two fields currently in stubble, are all laid down to grass with mains water laid onto large drinking troughs.
The lands are accessed from the county road via the main laneway and access over two shared laneways - one from the Middle Road and one from the Ballynahinch Road.
A number of former dwellings and stone buildings are located through the lands and may afford the opportunity to obtain planning permission for replacement or conversion of vernacular buildings to dwelling houses (subject to planning).
The lands range from dry grazing lands to those suitable for cutting of silage and / or cropping.
A 10 year lease has been granted to 'Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd' with an annual rental income of £4250.
Comprises of a former 1½ storied farmhouse and a range of derelict outbuildings situated at the end of a shared lane and set back from the county road with pleasing views over the surrounding countryside.
Outline planning permission has been granted for a 2 storey dwelling as contained in application no R/2014/0149/O dated 3rd July 2014.
Full details from the agents.
£160,000. Rates Payable = £1,233.12 per annum (approx.)
Strictly By Appointment With The Agent
From Main Street, Saintfield at roundabout bear left for Ballynahinch and proceed 100 meters. Turn right before supermarket into Middle Road and proceed about 1.6 miles. The lane to the farm is on the left hand side.
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