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5 Acres at Mires Lane, Snape, Bedale - Guide Price £45,000 - £50,000

5 Acres at Mires Lane, Snape, Bedale

Guide Price £45,000 - £50,000
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  • 5 Acres approx comprising
  • 2.5 Acres of Mixed Woodland
  • 2.42 Acres of Grassland
  • Together with Agricultural Livestock & Storage Building

The property is located on the eastern side of Snape village. It is very secluded and is situated down the right-hand fork of Mires Lane approximately ½ mile from the village. It is the last field on the right, at the end of the track.

The property includes 2.42 acres approx. of permanent grassland and 2.58 acres approx. of mixed woodland. The grassland has further tree planting potential.

The woodland comprises a mixture of hardwoods and softwoods and includes some Poplar, Silver Birch, Ash, Cherry, Alder, Sycamore, Willow and Scots Pine etc.

It is an attractive area for wildlife.

There is a Drainage Board gutter adjacent to the southern boundary. There is also a timber open fronted field shelter (40ft x 12ft approx.) adjacent to the northern boundary.

The timber building (33ft x 17ft approx.) also includes a first floor in part of the building. It is situated towards the north-western corner of the field.

Planning permission was granted for this building as part of Application 13/02442/FUL in 2014 for the retention of an agricultural livestock and storage building at OS field 2432 Snape. This temporary permission was valid only until the 31st December 2017 on the condition that the building should be removed from the site, and the land reinstated to its former condition on or before that date unless a further permission was obtained in writing from the Local Planning Authority. No such further permission has been obtained from the Local Planning Authority and therefore the agricultural building is in breach of Condition 1 of 13/02442/FUL. A further application to the Local Planning Authority to retain this building could be made and would need to be justified in terms of the agricultural activities being carried out on site.


Contact Robin Jessop for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

Robin Jessop

01677 425950

Features & Documents
  • 5 Acres approx comprising
  • 2.5 Acres of Mixed Woodland
  • 2.42 Acres of Grassland
  • Together with Agricultural Livestock & Storage Building
Description

The property is located on the eastern side of Snape village. It is very secluded and is situated down the right-hand fork of Mires Lane approximately ½ mile from the village. It is the last field on the right, at the end of the track.

The property includes 2.42 acres approx. of permanent grassland and 2.58 acres approx. of mixed woodland. The grassland has further tree planting potential.

The woodland comprises a mixture of hardwoods and softwoods and includes some Poplar, Silver Birch, Ash, Cherry, Alder, Sycamore, Willow and Scots Pine etc.

It is an attractive area for wildlife.

There is a Drainage Board gutter adjacent to the southern boundary. There is also a timber open fronted field shelter (40ft x 12ft approx.) adjacent to the northern boundary.

The timber building (33ft x 17ft approx.) also includes a first floor in part of the building. It is situated towards the north-western corner of the field.

Planning permission was granted for this building as part of Application 13/02442/FUL in 2014 for the retention of an agricultural livestock and storage building at OS field 2432 Snape. This temporary permission was valid only until the 31st December 2017 on the condition that the building should be removed from the site, and the land reinstated to its former condition on or before that date unless a further permission was obtained in writing from the Local Planning Authority. No such further permission has been obtained from the Local Planning Authority and therefore the agricultural building is in breach of Condition 1 of 13/02442/FUL. A further application to the Local Planning Authority to retain this building could be made and would need to be justified in terms of the agricultural activities being carried out on site.


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Robin Jessop

Contact Robin Jessop for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

01677 425950