Farm Buildings and Lake, Halfpenny Lane, Longridge, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 2AE

parcel of land approximately 1.31 hectares (3.26 acres) which is separated into a lake with car-park plus a separately accessed site containing agricultural buildings with approximately 1,345 sq m (14,472 sq ft) of accommodation



Location

The land is situated fronting on to Halfpenny Lane in a semi rural location, the lake section has an access point off the road with a former car-park area. The agricultural buildings part has shared driveway access adjacent to No. 65 Halfpenny Lane. Longridge town centre is approximately 500 metres to the East.

Description

Parcel of land comprising a lake site which has fenced boundaries plus a former car-park area. There is another section of the land which has a number of sheds and agricultural buildings erected on a concrete yard area.

Accommodation

Pugh & Co. have not accessed the internal accommodation of the sheds and agricultural buildings and the approximate gross external floor area below has been measured from Pro-Map: 

 

Agricultural Buildings & Sheds: 1,345 sq. m (14,472 sq. ft) 

Site Area

Fishing Lake & Car-Park- 0.96 hectares (2.39 acres)

Yard & Buildings- 0.35 hectares (0.87 acres)

Total- Approximately 1.31 hectares (3.26 acres)

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

Interested parties should consult directly with the Local Planning Office at Ribble Valley Borough Council, Church Street, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 2RO. Tel: 01200 425111.

General

A formal documented Right of Way exists facilitating access to the agricultural site over the driveway of the neighbouring property at 65 Halfpenny Lane, this being registered on the titles of both the subject property and 65 Halfpenny Lane.

Solicitors

Eversheds LLP, Bridgewater Place, Water Lane, Leeds, LS11 5DR.
Tel: 0845 498 4076. Fax: 0113 200 4076. E-mail: JamesWilliams@eversheds.com.
Contact: Mr James Williams.

Joint Agent

Walker Singleton, Oak House, New North Road, Huddersfield, HD1 5LG.
Tel: 01484 477 624.
Contact: Mr Jonathan O'Connor.

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