The land extends to approximately 2.33ac (0.94ha) and is located along a green lane, off Church Road. The field is accessed via a gateway on the northern most boundary. The land is level and laid to grass with mixed, mature hedgerows forming the boundaries. There is a small traditional shed made from corrugated sheeting near to the entrance of the field, however this has not been occupied in a number of years and has since become overgrown.
The land is classified as Grade 2 Agricultural Land according to the Agricultural Land Classification Maps.
A semi-rural setting located on the northern fringes of Grainthorpe, a popular rural village with a primary school, tea room, parish church and village hall. There is a big playing field, cricket ground and tennis court. The market town of Louth is approximately 9 miles south-west and has excellent shopping, schooling and recreational facilities with the Kenwick Park Leisure and Equestrian Centre on the town outskirts. The land is situated adjacent to the A1031 coast road which gives access to Nature Reserves and beaches to both north and south, with day passes available to ride horses on the beach in places. The main business centre of Grimsby is approximately 13 miles to the north
From Grainthorpe, travel East on Main Road (A1031) until reaching the crossroads. Turn left onto Church Lane passing St Clements Church on the right. At the T Junction, turn Right and immediately right again onto the Green Lane. Continue for approximately 200m until reaching the field on the right.
Method of Sale: The land is for sale by Private Treaty.
Council Tax and Business Rates
We are not aware of any obligation to pay council tax or business rates. Any planning change of use may incur a rate charge.
The land may be subject to drainage rates payable to the local drainage board at the prevailing rate.
Sporting and Mineral Rights
These are included in the sale where they are owned.
Wayleaves, Easements, Covenants and Rights of Way
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and quasi-easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
It is not anticipated that VAT will be charged, however, should any sale of any part of the land or any rights attached to it become a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax will also be payable by the purchaser(s) in addition to the contract price.
Viewing by appointment only though the selling agent. FMLD EQST RUPR