Guide Price £645,000
- 106.9 Acres
Land At Running Waters, Old Cassop
Durham, County Durham
- 43.26 Ha (106.9 Ac) of good quality arable and amenity Land
- Convenient access points
- Set on the outskirts of Durham City
43.26 Ha (106.9 Ac) of good quality arable land and amenity Land with convenient access points.
The land at Running Waters presents an exciting opportunity to acquire a block of good quality arable land with excellent access points via the A181 which extends to approximately 43.26 Ha (106.9 Ac) . Suited to a variety of purchasers including those with an interest in amenity , farming and agriculture.
The property is offered for sale freehold upon completion.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land is sold with no Basic Payment Entitlements.
The land at Running Waters is not currently entered into any Environmental Stewardship or Countryside Stewardship schemes.
It is understood that the sporting rights are included in so far with the sale of the land at Running Waters.
The boundaries of the property are shown edged red on the plan enclosed within these particulars, this is for illustrative purposes only.
Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, watercourses and other easements, quasi- or reported easements and other rights of adjoining owners, if any, affecting the same and all existing or proposed wayleaves or other matters registered by a competent authority subject to statute.
From the A1(M) exit at Junction 61 and take the A688 heading toward Coxhoe and then take a left on the A688 towards Old Cassop. At the next roundabout take the second exit towards Sherburn. When you reach the next roundabout take the third exit onto the A181. Follow the course of the road, and after approximately 1 mile the land is on the left hand side and is identified by a George F White for sale board.
1. The quarry is sold subject to a restrictive covenant preventing quarrying ,stone extraction or land fill.
2. The owner of the quarry will by the 21st February 2042 need to agree and implement a detailed scheme of restoration with Mineral Planning Authority.