94 acres, Cogshall Lane, Northwich, Cheshire

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For Sale - £2,500,000


Asking prices: As a whole £2,500,000
Lot 1: Farmhouse, 3 bed flat, grooms day accomodation, traditional range of brick buildings, all barns, yard and equestrian facilities & approx. 30.3 acres - £1,850,000 (edged red on land plan)
Lot 2: 51.5 acres predominantly flat pastureland, pond: (edged blue on land plan) OIEO £10,000 per acre
Lot 3: 11.48 acres. Grass paddocks: (edged purple on land plan) – OIEO £10,000 per acre

Approximate distances in miles: M56 (J10) 3.5m | M6 (J19) 6m | Altrincham 12m | Manchester Airport 16m | Wilmslow 16m | Crewe Railway Station 18m | Chester 20m | Manchester 20m | Liverpool 23.5m | Birmingham 60m

Situation Crumleigh Heath Farm is set in a delightful rural setting, yet is easily accessible to a host of major routes. The farmhouse and outbuildings sit well within their own land, accessed off a country lane via gated entrance driveways. The farm is under a 10-minute drive from the M56 motorway, providing easy access to all parts of the North West and UK via the M6.

The larger conurbations of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool are all within a 25-mile commute, with both Manchester and Liverpool airports within a 30-minute drive. The village of Comberbach & Little Leigh are close by with a range of local amenities including post office, primary schools and public houses.

Equestrian enthusiasts within the area can enjoy Hunting with the Cheshire Forest or Cheshire Hounds; Polo at the Cheshire Polo Club nr Tarporley; Eventing & Show jumping at Kelsall Hill Equestrian Centre & Somerford Park Equestrian Centre; Horseracing at Chester, Aintree & Haydock.

Description Crumleigh Heath Farm offers a rare mix of superb residential accommodation together with first class equestrian facilities and outbuildings; all set within 94 acres.

The period farmhouse, dating back to 1853, is well presented and proportioned. It has a high specification of fittings, large amount of natural light and attractive period features, all providing excellent modern family accommodation with good scope for entertaining. Gardens and patio areas surround the house to three sides and the rear faces the equestrian yard.

There is an excellent range of traditional brick farm buildings in a courtyard to the side of the farmhouse, with a separate gated entrance. These currently house a 3-bed flat, grooms day accommodation and range of stabling and stores. The buildings offer considerable scope for further development subject to relevant planning permissions.

The equestrian facilities and outbuildings provide well planned, top of the range facilities. The yard is currently run as a professional show jumping / livery yard, but it would easily lend itself to a range of equine uses. A particular feature is the 150ft by 75ft indoor arena, together with two additional outdoor arenas.

The residential accommodation and equine facilities are outlined further below:

Crumleigh Heath Farmhouse Ground floor:
The back door opens into a rear hallway with doors off to a boot / utility room, an office overlooking the stable yard; and a downstairs shower room with WC. Beyond is the games room with pool table, underfloor heating, feature vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, dual aspect windows and French doors to a garden patio area.

The spacious farmhouse kitchen has triple aspect windows, space for breakfast table, an LPG twin oven/hob Aga, bespoke built kitchen units and central island, granite work tops, integrated fridge/ freezer, electric oven and gas hob; to the far end of the kitchen, up a step is a useful kitchen pantry providing good storage & one of the two house boilers.

The original front entrance to the house is via an oak framed porch into a spacious front hall, with dual aspect windows, stairs to first floor and doors off to:

Snug with remote controlled gas stove fireplace, exposed beams and external door to a garden patio area.

Living room, a formal room, with large dual aspect windows & an open fireplace, timber surround and slate hearth.

Dining room with an open fireplace, marble surround, slate hearth, window to the side gardens.


First floor:
Stairs with a half landing leading to a galleried landing area, with useful storage shelves and cupboards.

The master bedroom suite comprises a double bedroom with feature high ceiling, dual aspect windows, with views across the land and open countryside beyond, a walk in wardrobe & en-suite bathroom.

There is a spacious guest bedroom with en-suite shower and bathroom, a further two double bedrooms & a family bathroom.

Second floor:
The second floor is currently an open plan storage space, with velux roof lights, radiators & timber floor boards. This would easily convert to an additional bed & bathroom if so desired.

Externally Grooms accommodation:
3-bed flat – at first floor level within the traditional brick range, with 3 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, bathroom, and downstairs shower & WC, centrally heated via LPG boiler.

Grooms day rooms – with bedroom, living room, kitchen, shower room, WC, centrally heated via LPG boiler.

Equestrian facilities / outbuildings (refer to site and land plans):
The equestrian facilities are of an exceptional standard, resulting from considerable strategic investment by the vendors to produce first class facilities & yard. The yard is currently set up to run as a professional show jumping & livery yard, but it is easily adaptable to range of other uses (subject to relevant planning permissions).

The property has three separate gated entrances into a spacious yard providing excellent parking and circulation for a large number of cars and horseboxes.

Summary of equestrian facilities and outbuildings: • Traditional range of range brick outbuildings with scope for further development (sub to PP), currently housing 3 Bed Flat, Grooms day accom, 13 box yard, tack rooms, yard utility.
• Car Port, alarmed tool / workshops, stores, yard WC.
• 46m x 23m Indoor Arena, with Andrews Bowen wax surface
• 56m x 27m silica sand & rubber outdoor arena;
• 55m x 24m sand and rubber outdoor arena.
• Main 26 box American Barn, inc. tack, feed, wash room, kitchen, farrier's bays.
• Open fronted barn for Vehicle / Implement storage
• 14 box detached agricultural barn.
• 12 box DIY Livery barn, with internal store areas.
• 5 external timber stables.
• Timber frame barn with 9 loose boxes.

Land (see Land Plan)
As a whole the land holding equates to approximately 94 acres. The fields are currently down to grass but have previously been included within an arable rotation. The fields are predominantly flat, stock proof fenced with a mix of post and rail fencing and mature natural hedging. The paddocks have mains automatic water drinkers connected.

LOT 1 (edged red)
Incorporating the farmhouse, ancillary accommodation, yard, outbuildings and equestrian facilities. This land equates to 30.3 acres & is divided into numerous paddocks with Whitley Brook forming a natural boundary to the northern perimeter boundary.
NB: An overage clause has been placed on part on this lot (hatched red on land plan); see agent's notes for details.

LOT 2 (edged blue)
Is a substantial block of land equating to 51.5 acres. The land is all down to grass but previous been included within an arable rotation. The land is mainly grade 3 but with grade 2 in places. This block is securely fenced with stockproof fencing and/or mature hedgerows to all boundaries. The majority of fields have road frontage and access to Shutley lane and Cogshall Lane. One field has two ponds and all the fields have water available.
The vendors have established a cross country course across these fields.

LOT 3 (edged purple)
This block of land equates to 11.9 acres of mature grassland. This land includes three fields with road frontage onto Shutley Land and Ash House Lane. All the boundaries are securely fenced with stock proof fencing and/or mature hedge.












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