Four good parcels of grassland of likely interest to local farmers or equestrian enthusiasts extending to a total of 16.84 acres available as a whole or in separate lots.
- Lot 1 - 3.21 acres (1.30 ha) - £40,000 - £50,000
- Lot 2 - 2.53 acres (1.02 ha) – £30,000 - £40,000
- Lot 3 - 0.25 acres (0.1 ha) – £15,000 - £20,000
- Lot 4 - 11.12 acres (4.50 ha) - £100,000 - £120,000
The property is to be sold by informal tender. Please click here to download the Rostons Tender Form. Tenders are to be submitted to Andrew Wallace at Rostons by 12 noon on Friday 11th September 2020 in an envelope named ‘Offer for Land at Mill Lane, Crowton’.
Directions: The land is situated just of the B5153 road from Crowton to Frodsham. As you leave Crowton village the land is on the left, opposite the turning on the right for Crewood Common Road. Follow the road where the land will be clearly marked with a Rostons For Sale board.
Viewings: The land can be viewed at a reasonable time without prior appointment with the selling agent. We request that you take a copy of these sales details with you when viewing the land.
Location: The land is located 4.6 miles south east of Frodsham, 11.7 miles south west of Warrington and 14 miles north east of Chester.
Lot 1: 3.21 acres (1.30ha) - Guide £40,000 - £50,000
A 3.21 acre pony paddock with road frontage and a gate onto the former Sand Quarry road. It is sold with a right of access from Mill Lane to the gate.
Lot 2: 2.53 acres (1.02ha) - Guide £30,000 - £40,000
A 2.53 acre paddock next to Lot 1 with access over the Millennium Way and available with Lot 1 as a whole.
Lot 3: 0.25 acre (0.1ha) - Guide £15,000 - £20,000
A small paddock offering strategic access to adjacent properties with a right of access over the former Quarry road to the gate.
Lot 4: 11.12 acres (4.50ha) - Guide £100,000 - £120,000
A rectangular field ideal for mowing with a good ryegrass root plus a strip of land formerly the Quarry access road which has been partially reinstated back to agricultural use. However, there are issues with drainage and some more remedial work is needed to render it fully farmable.