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Superbly convenient and rural location.
Dwelling: GF: boot room with WC, kitchen, rear hall, living room, utility.
FF: Landing, master bed with fitted wardrobes, 3 further bedrooms and family bathroom.
Garden, patio & parking areas.
Indoor 60 × 40 arena with lean-to housing 11 stables.
Various equestrian buildings with stables, tack rooms and office.
Higher Fold Farm enjoys a semi-rural location, between the village of High Lane and the small town of Marple. The picturesque village of High Lane is less than a mile away and offers local village shops, cafes, village pubs and two primary schools. The larger settlement of Marple is nearby and just beyond is Stockport, both offering a wider range of facilities and amenities.
Given the close proximity to the A6, there are quick links to the Manchester Eastern Link Road and the M60. Alternatively, the A6 is a perfect link into the Peak District with large areas of AONB’s and leisure drives and outriding.
There are railway stations at Middlewood and Marple, both providing connections to Manchester and further afield.
There are a number of state and private schools within the area. High Lane and Marple offer both primary and secondary schools.
Higher Fold Farm has been run as a livery yard in recent years. The vendors report that the occupation rates were excellent and there has always been keen interest in the use of the indoor arena.
Higher Fold Farm is located just off the Windlehurst road, linking High Lane and Marple. From the roadway a sweeping driveway takes you to the secured access to the property. Beyond the gateway is a large parking and turning area with the equestrian buildings surrounding.
The dwelling is built of brick under a slate roof, whilst most of the elevations have been rendered. From the main entrance, there is a boot room leading to a good-sized hallway, which has fitted cupboards and a downstairs WC adjacent. Beyond the hallway is a well-proportioned kitchen containing a range of ground and wall mounted units and a feature Rayburn. The kitchen has a separate entrance to the front lawn and stairs leading to the first floor. Adjacent to the kitchen is the large living room, with stoned flooring, fireplace and double doors opening onto the rear patio.
The first floor comprises a master bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes and cupboards, two further double bedrooms and a smaller fourth bedroom.
Equestrian Facilities / Outbuildings
There is an excellent range of equestrian facilities & useful outbuildings, a summary of which includes:
• A steel portal framed building housing a 60m x 40m indoor arena.
• Adjoining the above building is a lean-to building housing 11 stables.
• Steel framed building with sliding doors and mezzanine levels to both ends, perfect for loose housing, storage or extra stabling.
• Timber framed building with a range of kennels, office and secure tack rooms.
• Timber built building with 9 stables, cantilever roof and concrete flooring.
• Further range of building with 10 stables in total.
• Large yard area providing good parking and turning space.
• 60m x 40m outdoor arena, post and rail fenced.
The overall acreage is approximately 8.79 acres, within a ring fence. There are numerous grass paddocks, predominantly flat, with a mix of post and rail and border hedge fencing. The land has water available and electric fencing where necessary.
The area is ideal for the equestrian enthusiast, with plenty of hacking along the local country roads and ideal access into the Peak District or road network to local competition yards.
The land is not registered for Basic Payment.
Back boiler heating to the property
Mains water and power are connected
Mains drainage connected to the property.
High Peak Council.
Farmhouse – G
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.