Land at Upper Primrose Lodge comprises of approximately 32 acres. It offers great potential to new or existing farming/equestrian businesses, as well as use as a weekend retreat, or purchasers requiring further agricultural storage alike.
It is a unique and useful plot of land, containing: -
· A stone-built Bothy,
· No2 modern agricultural buildings, with surrounding concrete yarded area.
The land itself is positioned in an attractive elevated location, within the sought-after Parish of Maughold. It benefits from 3600 of varied Manx countryside, encompassing far-reaching views including: - Maughold, Ramsey, Laxey, North Barrule; also as far as the UK
Reputed by the vendor to be the ‘only bothy on the island’.
Erected two years ago, using a traditional stone and tile construction, upon a concrete base. Cavity wall, roof and floor insulation.
An ideal setting to relax, enjoy a drink by the fire in winter, or on a hot summers’ day; making the most of the surrounding scenic landscape
Portal Frame Agricultural building
Secure, recently constructed modern steel portal framed building, clad with corrugated steel panelling, upon a concrete floor, with internal dungboarding. 60” x 30”.
Fodder Store & Concrete Yard
Also recently constructed fodder store 15” x 16” opportunity (subject to consent) for stabling, and the secure storing of items.
Area of concrete yarded area between both agricultural buildings offering excellent practicality.
Approximately 32 acres of well-maintained pasture in good heart, which the vendor believes has been under the plough in the past.
Upper Primrose is a well bounded and stock-proofed parcel, with stone walling & hedgerow, behind good quality pig netting and barbwire fencing throughout.
N02 areas of recently planted woodland one parcel contains a Dub.
Circa 300+ trees have been planted by the vendor, around 5 years ago.
Private water supply.
Via a track off Gooseneck Road
Schedule of Land
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Wayleave, Easements and Right of Way
The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including; rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or no
Sporting, Timber and Mineral Rights
All sporting timber and mineral rights are included in the freehold sale, in so far as they are owned.
Insofar as Deanwood is aware, all development or works requiring planning permission has sought, and approval gained by the vendor.
Freehold with vacant possession.
Agricultural & Environmental Subsides
The holding is Farm Assured, and is currently under the Agricultural Development Scheme (formerly the Countryside Care Scheme). Subject to cross compliance, this scheme brings in circa £2,000 per annum.
The land may also be eligible to apply for financial incentives under the Islands Agri-Environment Initiatives Scheme.
It appears to be within the DEFA description of being within an upland situation, this would need to be confirmed.