- small holding
- 6 acres
- 7 stables, 2 tack rooms
- range of multi purpose buildings
- borehole water supply
- Great location
A private small holding situated on the outskirts of Bury with an exceptional range of multipurpose buildings and grassland. This property has good access and will be desirable to many agricultural, equine and lifestyle buyers alike. Top O'Th Lea Farm benefits from 7 stables and 2 tack rooms, a large stone clad 60′ x 40′ General purpose building, additional yard and midden area with 6 acres of paddocks.
For sale freehold with vacant possession.
Viewing strictly by appointment.
|Description||Top O'Th Lea Farm is a well located and desirable small holding on the outskirts of Bury. Located to the North East of Ramsbottom off Bleakholt Road via a gated entrance off the left hand side track. The holding has 7 timber built stables in an 'L' shaped block and a 4 bay 60′ x 40′ stone clad general purpose building with additional concreted yard and midden area.|
|4 Bay General Purpose Building (60′ x 40′)||A steel portal framed building with concrete floor and concrete block walls clad with random natural stone to the exterior. The building has corrugated fibre cement roof sheets and two large sliding doors to the side elevations. The building benefits from two loft gantries at either end for storage purposes.|
|'L' shaped Stable Block||A range of timber built stables totaling 7 in number with two tack storage rooms. The stables are 12′ x 12′ in dimension with concrete floors throughout in an 'L' shaped arrangement.|
|3 Bay Pole Building (36′ x 15′)||A timber pole built mono pitch building with concrete pad floor and open front.|
|Single Bay Pole Building (12′ x 24′)||Timber construction with corrugated tin roof sheets and concrete pad floor forms part of a leanto type arrangement with the main general purpose shed.|
|Land||Shown on the attached plan edged red extending to approximately 6 acres or thereabouts. The land is arranged into 3 number of paddocks that are well fenced and walled with gated access ways. The land benefits from a natural water supply for the purpose of livestock.|