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68 acres

Farm Land

Moreton Park, Whalley, Clitheroe, BB7 9DW

68 acres

£400,000

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  • 68 acres
  • Meadowland
  • Woodland
  • Great Harwood - 3 miles
  • Clitheroe - 5 miles
  • BPS included
  • Good Access
  • Pastureland
  • Fishing rights
  • Ideal Stewardship prospect
  • Handling facilities

The land is located on the outskirts of Whalley town near to the A59 Clitheroe bypass.

This is an attractive 68 acre block of meadow and pasture and woodland with fishing rights on the river Calder. Split into 6 parcels the land is shown on the attached plan edged red and described in the schedule below.

Description The land shown on the attached plan edged red has good roadside access from the A680 Accrington Road with the benefit of livestock handling facilities at this point. The land provides a westerly aspect from the pastureland at the higher point down to the productive meadowland bordering the river Calder. The land is capable of cropping for grass 2-3 times per year over the meadowland and intensive grazing to the pastureland in the summer months. The land is well fenced and walled to parts with natural water supply. The land benefits from Defra's Basic Payment scheme and the entitlements will be transferred to the purchaser as part of the purchase price. Historically the land has achieved increased year on year rental demands for both summer and winter grazing lets, the land is offered freehold with vacant possession. The land also has the benefit of an annual fishing licence of circa 850m currently held by (RDAA) Ribchester and District Angling Association terminating 10th September 2020 walking access only with an annual rent payable of £1,000. The block of land also contains a small area of young broadleaved woodland (Gannow Wood) approx. 3.95 acres and a small strip of 500 newly planted saplings to the east of parcel 4011. The environmental prospects and potential stewardship schemes that this land holds with Natural England should not be overlooked by potential purchasers. Provided below is a schedule of the land areas.

Schedule of areas

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Field parcel 0767

Field parcel 2122

Field parcel 3085 / 4011 / 4131

  • Key Features
    • 68 acres
    • Meadowland
    • Woodland
    • Great Harwood - 3 miles
    • Clitheroe - 5 miles
    • BPS included
    • Good Access
    • Pastureland
    • Fishing rights
    • Ideal Stewardship prospect
    • Handling facilities
  • Property Description

    The land is located on the outskirts of Whalley town near to the A59 Clitheroe bypass.

    This is an attractive 68 acre block of meadow and pasture and woodland with fishing rights on the river Calder. Split into 6 parcels the land is shown on the attached plan edged red and described in the schedule below.

  • Floor Plan
    Description The land shown on the attached plan edged red has good roadside access from the A680 Accrington Road with the benefit of livestock handling facilities at this point. The land provides a westerly aspect from the pastureland at the higher point down to the productive meadowland bordering the river Calder. The land is capable of cropping for grass 2-3 times per year over the meadowland and intensive grazing to the pastureland in the summer months. The land is well fenced and walled to parts with natural water supply. The land benefits from Defra's Basic Payment scheme and the entitlements will be transferred to the purchaser as part of the purchase price. Historically the land has achieved increased year on year rental demands for both summer and winter grazing lets, the land is offered freehold with vacant possession. The land also has the benefit of an annual fishing licence of circa 850m currently held by (RDAA) Ribchester and District Angling Association terminating 10th September 2020 walking access only with an annual rent payable of £1,000. The block of land also contains a small area of young broadleaved woodland (Gannow Wood) approx. 3.95 acres and a small strip of 500 newly planted saplings to the east of parcel 4011. The environmental prospects and potential stewardship schemes that this land holds with Natural England should not be overlooked by potential purchasers. Provided below is a schedule of the land areas.

    Schedule of areas

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    Field parcel 0767

    Field parcel 2122

    Field parcel 3085 / 4011 / 4131

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