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1.10 Acres of Land Off Lowes Lane, Gawsworth
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Key features

  • 1.10 Acres of Grassland
  • Highly suited to the grazing of horses & livestock
  • Good Road Frontage

Property description

An exciting opportunity to acquire an accessible regular shaped parcel of level grassland extending to approximately 1.10 acres. The Land has good roadside access onto an unclassified road and is near to the village of Gawsworth and the A536 Macclesfield to Congleton Road. The land is well suited to the grazing of small livelstock and horses or other alternative uses (subject to planning). The sale of this land provides an ideal opportunity for those with hobby farming & equestrian interests, amenity interests and investors.

The land is situated to the north east of Lowes Lane, within the locality of Gawsworth. The town centre of Macclesfield is approximately 2 miles to the north and the market town of Congleton is 5 miles to the south west.

Leaving Macclesfield along Park Lane turn left at the traffic lights (The Flower Pot Pub) on to Congleton Road, A536. Continue for approximately 1.5 miles, (passing The Rising Sun Public House) and after a short distance turn left onto Lowes Lane. Continue along Lowes Lane, go round the left hand bend and continue straight ahead and then at the sharp right hand bend turn left onto the unclassified tarmac road leading from Lowes Lane to Honeysuckle Cottage and New Home Farm. The land will be identifiable with a Whittaker and Biggs 'For Sale' sign. what3words - demand.tonic.spider

The land may be viewed during daylight hours whilst in possession of a copy of these particulars and which will constitute authority to view. Please ensure that all gates are left as found and latched or tied correctly.Anyone inspecting the land does so entirely at their own risk and neither the selling agents nor the vendors accept any responsibility or liability for any injuries or consequential loss howsoever caused.

1.10 ACRES (0.45 HECTARES)(EDGED RED ON THE ATTACHED PLAN)GUIDE PRICE: Offers in excess of £30,000 A rectangular shaped and level single parcel of permanent grassland well suited to the grazing of horses and livestock with direct access off and frontage to the unclassified road leading to New Home Farm. Situated on the land is a timber field shelter. FIELD SHELTER (7.70M X 3.20M)A field shelter comprising of two looseboxes and a storage area. The building is of timber construction with timber cladding to sides, timber doors to front and a steel box profile sheeted roof.


No public footpaths cross the property. It is understood that the owner of the adjoining land to the west has a Right of Way to pass and re pass along the northern boundary. The Land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights including Rights of Way whether public or private, light, drainage, water and electricity supply, and all other rights, obligations, easements, quasi easements and all wayleaves or covenants whether disclosed or not.

The Land is sold freehold and with vacant possession granted upon completion.

The land is not registered with the Rural Payments Agency and no entitlements will be included with the land sale.

No mains services are connected to the land or the field shelter.

According to the Cranfield Soil and Agri-food Institute (Soilscapes of England & Wales), the soil is classed as "Soilscape 17" described as Slowly permeable seasonally wet acid loamy and clayey soils, suited largely to growing grass and some cereals and the land is Grade 3 (Land Classification Series for England & Wales) (Grade 1 - best, Grade 5 - worst).

None included in the sale of the land.

The sale plans have been prepared by the Agents for the convenience of the prospective purchasers and are for identification purposes only and they are not to scale. They are deemed to be correct, but any error, omission or mis-statement shall not affect the sale. Purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.

Prospective Purchasers will be required to provide photographic identification and a utility bill proving residency to enable us to comply with the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations prior to the acceptance of any offer made for the property.

Cheshire East District Council, c/o Municipal BuildingsEarles Street,Crewe,CW1 2BJ[use Contact Agent Button]

Peter Kirton-Darling MRICS FAAVSimon Lewis BSc Hons (Assistant)Whittaker and Biggs45-49 Derby StreetLeekStaffordshireST13 6HU [use Contact Agent Button][use Contact Agent Button]

Particulars written November 2021Photographs taken November 2021

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    We are a long established and professional firm of Chartered Surveyors, Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers in Staffordshire and Cheshire. With five offices and an auction room, we provide high standards of customer care at all times. Whether moving home, selling furniture and antiques or in need of some specialist advice, Whittaker and Biggs are your first choice. Whittaker & Biggs were established in 1930 in Congleton then expanded into the towns of Leek, Biddulph, Macclesfield and Knutsford. We provide a comprehensive service, and whilst we use the latest technology, we still retain the friendly and personal touch. Our strength lies in our wealth of experience from our Partners and staff, all of whom are keen to offer a professional service on all aspects of our diverse business.

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