Guide Price £185,000
Grassland and Woodland, Wingate
Block of grassland and woodland in a ring fence extending to approximately 19.98 hectares (49.37 acres) ▪ Grassland extends to approximately 16.18 hectares (39.98 acres) Woodland extends to approximately 3.80 hectares (9.39acres) ▪ Accessible location. ▪ Available for sale as a whole.
Wingate benefits from a range of day-to-day amenities as do the other neighbouring villages, whilst a more comprehensive suite of facilities can be found in Durham City approximately 20 minutes drive away. The area lends itself to those with an equestrian interest, there is a network of bridleways and other equestrian facilities located in the vicinity.
The Property comprises in all approximately 19.98 hectares (49.37 acres) of land of which approximately 16.18 hectares (39.98 acres) is grassland and 3.80 hectares (9.39 acres) is woodland plantations. The land is shown edged red on the plan within these particulars. The land is located to the immediate west of Wingate and is in close proximity to other settlements in east Durham.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land is sold without entitlements to receive payment under the
Basic Payment Scheme.
The land is sold with the benefit of direct access from the adopted
public highway. There is further access along a lane that runs along
the northern boundary of the property.
The land does not benefit from any mains services.
Third Party Rights and Covenants
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, water courses and other easements quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owner, if any, affecting the same and all existing and proposed wayleaves or other matters registered by any competent authority subject to statute. There is a public footpath which runs along the southern boundary of the land. The land is subject to a deed dated 10th February 2006 with Northern Gas Networks in respect of apparatus on or under the land. There is overhead electrical apparatus on timber poles and it is assumed that a wayleave is in place with Northern Powergrid for this apparatus with an annual payment made. The land is sold subject to a clawback in favour of Durham County Council at a rate of 80% over a term of 25 years from 2011. There are various covenants on the title of the property particularly in favour of the Coal Board.
From the A187 turn off for Wingate. Travel through Wingate along the B1280 south. Pass the library on your right and then turn right at The Victoria Inn pub along Pickering Street. At the turning circle on Pickering Street, the land is located on the right had side with the gate next to livestock handling pens in the field.