FOR SALE BY AUCTION EARLY 2020
LAND BETWEEN YEAVELEY AND WYASTON
Approx 28.75 acres (11.66 hectares) or thereabouts of good quality grass pasture land.
An excellent freehold block of good quality grazing land extending to a total of some 28.75 acres (11.66 hectares) or thereabouts. The land is situated to the west of Swallow Tail Farm, Yeaveley and is to be sold in two lots both of which have good road frontage providing excellent accessibility. Each block of land is bisected by mature, mixed hedgerows providing natural cover and shelter.
Lot One has the benefit of mains water supply to a trough situated towards its south-western end. An easement is to be granted across Lot One in favour of Lot Two for a connection to this mains water supply.
Lot One approximately 13.99 acres (5.661 hectares) having a road frontage to Hales Green, Yeaveley. As noted it has mains water connected but is also bisected by a small natural brook course towards its south-western end.
The land is shown edged red on the accompanying plan.
Lot Two extending to approximately 14.83 acres (6 hectares) or thereabouts. This block has frontage to the Wyaston/Yeaveley road to the south of Wyaston village. As noted this lot will have the benefit of an easement over Lot One to connect to the mains water supply if required.
Lot Two is shown edged blue on the accompanying plan.
The two lots are currently separated by mature hedging and fence but there does exist a gated access between them.
Basic Payment Scheme TBA
Rights of Way, Easements and Wayleaves
A right of easement will be retained through Lot One for the laying of a water pipe for the benefit of Lot Two if required. Public footpaths cross both Lot One and Lot Two.
Sporting, Timber and Mineral Rights
It is understood that sporting rights, standing timber and minerals are in the freehold sale.
Tenure and Possession
The property is to be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.
Derbyshire Dales District Council, Bank Road, Matlock Derbyshire, DE4 3NN
Conditions of Sale
The conditions of sale will be available for inspection by interested at the offices of the auctioneers and the vendors solicitors at least 7 days prior to the sale. They will also be available for inspection in the saleroom on the evening of the sale but they will not be read out at the sale. All purchasers are deemed to purchase in full knowledge of the conditions of sale whether they have read them or not.
The land may be viewed during normal daylight hours when in possession of a copy of these sales particulars.