Offers Over £40,000
- 1.85 Acres
Land To The South Of Gordon Lane
Ramshaw, Bishop Auckland, County Durham
- Land extending to 0.75 Ha (1.85 Ac)
- Roadside gated access
Land extending to 0.75 Ha (1.85 Ac) with roadside gated access.
The land at Ramshaw presents an exciting opportunity to acquire grassland extending to approximately 0.75 Ha (1.85 Ac). Ideally suited to those with an interest in farming and agriculture, the land is fenced and offers roadside gated access.
Basic Payment Scheme
The agricultural land is not presently registered with the Rural Payments Agency for the purposes of the Basic Payment Scheme. The purchaser of the property would therefore be responsible for any such registration and for purchasing the entitlements necessary in order to claim the Basic Payment Scheme on the land.
It is understood that there is a mains water supply running through the land, however that this has not been tapped into by the current owners. Purchasers should make their own investigations into connecting a water supply to the land.
Tenure & Possession
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion
Durham County Council
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