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Building and 4.42 acres of land, Dib Road, Hesketh Bank


Offers In Excess of 

Building Extending to 753 ft2

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Potential Equestrian Property


The opportunity to acquire as a whole a building and yard comprising approximately 4.42 acres of grade 1 agricultural land situated at Dib Road, Hesketh Bank.

A steel portal framed building and hardstanding yard area accompanied by approximately 4.42 acres of  grassland.  The land is classified as Grade 1 as per the Agricultural Land Classification Map for England and Wales and is down to grass and is currently used for grazing livestock.

The property would lend itself to equestrian users as stables could be installed within the building subject to the necessary consents. 


The property has previously benefited from a connection to mains water through an annual licence from RSPB which has been ceased due to no requirement. It is assumed that this could be reinstated. Interested parties advised to make own investigations. 


The land is offered freehold and with vacant possession subject to all existing rights of way.


Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale by private treaty.


Guide Price
Offers in excess of £150,000 are invited for the whole.

The land may only be viewed by prior appointment only.  Those viewing the property must ensure that they respect and observe UK Government Covid-19 regulations and observe social distancing at all times and only travel to the property and view the property with members of their immediate household only.


Health and Safety
Prospective purchasers are respectfully reminded that they should take all reasonable precautions when viewing the property and observe necessary health and safety procedures.  

The Vendors for themselves and Wignalls Chartered Surveyors as their agents accept no liability for any health and safety issues arising out of viewing the property.


The property is currently designated as agricultural but the barn has not been used for agricultural purposes for in excess of 10 years and therefore may be exempt from planning enforcement. Interested parties are to make own investigations. 


All enquiries should be directed to Tom Wignall by calling the office or emailing

Please note we advise that under The Estate Agents Act 1979 that there is a connected person involved with this transaction


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