PLANNING PERMISSION APPROVED - Planning permission has been approved for the conversion of two outbuildings and the extension to the existing farmhouse. FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER, situated close to Macclesfield in a highly advantageous sensational position affording absolutely stunning 360 degree panoramic views.
Stoneyfold Lane is situated in a highly advantageous sensational position affording absolutely stunning 360 degree panoramic views over the Cheshire plain towards the Welsh Hills, Liverpool and Bosley Cloud. Enjoying a rural scene it has the added convenience of being situated in an attractive position being located equidistant to the towns of Macclesfield, Congleton and Leek being within a 15 minute radius. For the keen walker there are some splendid walks within easy access. This particular development offers planning permission for the extension of the main house and planning for two further dwellings.
Hollins Farm offers an exciting opportunity on a variety of levels, being so unique it offers a vast amount of potential and only after thorough inspection will it fully divulge this attractive proposition, either suitable to run it as a small holding or the tremendous potential of such a stunning development opportunity, creating a perfect place to live in such a wonderful location. There is currently planning permission to convert a stone outbuilding, agricultural building and extended the main dwelling. Planning reference number 16/6187m is to convert the agricultural building into a three bedroom detached family home.
18/4832M is the two storey stone building to convert into a large three bedroom detached family home with a 2,400 sq ft of accommodation, this would consist of three reception rooms, media/playroom, utility, workshop and a dining kitchen, whilst to the first floor there would be three bedrooms with the master having a en-suite and dressing room and a family bathroom, this would occupy a stunning position with superb views. There are further outbuilding on site which could have potential. The farmhouse we believe from the current owner is approximately 300 years old and it has attractive rendered elevations under a pitched tiled roof. This property is in need of a complete modernisation and now offers excellent scope for potential purchasers to alter and extend - planning reference number 18/5899m has been passed to enlarge the accommodation by 40% creating a house of 2,779 sq ft. It offers stunning views from within the house being in a commanding elevated position.
Enjoying a delightful, idyllic setting in this wonderful elevated position and good access to prime locations, the Farm is surrounded by the delights of the beautiful picturesque Cheshire countryside and sits in approximately 32 acres of farmland which is available by separate negotiation. It also has formal gardens to the front and rear. There is a manege which is currently overgrown but can easily be re-established as a functional unit. Externally there are range of outbuildings with a detached two storey stone built OUTBUILDING, divided into three rooms, an AGRICULTURAL BUILDING No1. 37'7" x 97'2" (11.48m x 29.64m) Constructed in part brick with wood slats and with corrugated roof and elevations. AGRICULTURAL BUILDING No2. 61'2"max reducing to 44'11" x 24'1" (18.66m max reducing to 13.70m, x 7.35m) , AGRICULTURAL BUILDING No3 30'7" x 27'9" (9.33m x 8.47m). BUILDING TO SIDE 29'10" x 15'7" (9.11m x 4.77m). AGRICULTURAL BUILDING 32'9" x 23'11" (10.00m x 7.3m) Constructed on a breezeblock base and with metal clad finish.
Bosley is a picturesque village, offering some local amenities, with the centres of Macclesfield, Congleton and Leek just a short drive away. Macclesfield's heritage is in the silk industry and it became the 'Silk' capital in the 1750's, and still retains that traditional "theme" today. The town centre offers an excellent range of facilities to cater for all needs. There is a popular monthly "Treacle Market", which is a bustling Arts, Antiques, Crafts, Food and Drink Market, held on the cobbles of the town centre. There are a number of recreational facilities, including a Leisure centre, rugby, football and cricket clubs. Excellent educational needs are catered for in the local private school sector, which are highly regarded. Bosley has a good primary school which also offers pre-school enrolment, and is in the catchment area for good secondary schools. Access to the North West Motorway network, Manchester International Airport and some of Cheshire's finest countryside are close at hand. Macclesfield railway station lies on the main Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston, providing regular Inter-City services.
HOLLINS FARM, STONEYFOLD LANE, BOSLEY SK11 0PP
FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER
Prospective purchasers must submit their offers in writing to the Agent's Macclesfield office (address overleaf) by Friday 5th July 2019 at 12.00 noon. Envelopes should be sealed and marked "Hollins Farm, Stoneyfold Lane, Bosley".
Tenders must also provide the following information:
1. Full names and addresses of the prospective purchasers.
2. The amount of the offer in figures and words, and with the details of any conditions attached.
3. Confirmation that the appropriate funding is in place to enable the purchase to be completed.
4. The name and address of the solicitor who will be acting on behalf of the prospective purchasers.
CONDITIONS OF TENDER.
a) All Tenders must be for a specific amount.
b) The vendors do not undertake to accept the highest, or indeed, any offer.
c) The successful purchaser will be notified within 10 working days following the closing date for Tenders.
d) Exchange of Contracts and Completion for the purchase are as soon as possible.
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