Former Mushroom Farm, Wath

Guide Price £100,000‑£125,000

Status: Available
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Description

LOT 1: THE FORMER MUSHROOM FARM (EDGED BLUE)
This site extends to 2.27 acres and includes the former mushroom farm buildings which consist of a portal framed concrete block and brick constructed building. The Building includes a central aisle (42.7m x 5.8M) with access to each of the individual mushroom tunnels. There is also linked an with office, toilet and kitchen facilities (16.26m x 8.9m).

The buildings have not been used as a mushroom farm for a number of years. However, they lend themselves to be used for other purposes, subject to obtaining any necessary consents.
There are 9 of the original 10 insulated tunnels included within the sale and these have been used for general storage during recent years.

Towards the north of the site is a yard area together with an area of grass.

The site has the benefit of planning permission dating from 1987 to include the buildings together with a 3 bedroom bungalow subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition. We believe the permission has been triggered due to construction of the mushroom farm buildings and therefore a purchaser could build the bungalow and it could be occupied by someone who satisfies the Agricultural Occupancy Condition.

Please note a copy of the Planning Permission and the plans of the proposed bungalow can be emailed upon request.

LOT 2: 12.06 ACRES (EDGED RED)
Lot 2 extends 12.06 acres and consists of a single enclosure of grass land together with part of an earth bund shielding the buildings at the mushroom farm and a small spinney which has been planted at the eastern end of the land.

The land has been used for sheep grazing in recent times.

Features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Planning Permission For A 3 Bedroom Dwelling
  • Lot 2 - 12.06 Acres Land
  • Excellent Location
  • A Rare Opportunity
  • Viewing By Appointment

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Contact

Tom Wilkinson

Tom Wilkinson
info@robinjessop.co.uk
(01677) 425950

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