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PROPERTY FEATURES

  • GUIDE: EXCESS £10000 PER ACRE

THE PROPERTY

A parcel of accommodation land with frontage to Chester/Liverpool Road being conveniently situated for Chester & Ellsemere Port and likely to be of interest to local residents, equestrain buyers, the farming community and speculators. LOCATION & DESCRIPTION The land is located at Backford some 5 miles to the north of Chester. It previously formed part of Heath Farm and is situated to the east of the A41 adjoining open fields. Notwithstanding the rural setting the land is strategically placed being within close proximity of large residential conurbations including Little Stanney and Great Sutton extending towards Ellesmere Port. Whilst the land will undoubtedly be of interest to farming and equestrian buyers the northerly field on the junction of the A41 and A5117 may well have some development prospects in the medium to long term and as a consequence may appeal to the speculative buyer who sees an investment opportunity. The area enjoys excellent road links being within 2.5 miles of the M53 motorway serving Liverpool and which in turn connects to the M56 motorway accessing Manchester. Beyond Chester there are also good road links into North Wales via the A55 Expressway. For local services there are shops in Little Stanney and Great Sutton with a selection of supermarkets and the Outlet Village at Cheshire Oaks is within 2 miles. LOT 2 - 16.49 ACRES (6.67 HA) ON CHESTER ROAD, BACKFORD This parcel of land forms an extremely attractive parcel of accommodation land protected by woodland beyond its immediate boundary to the south east. It is situated to the south of Heath Farm on Chester Road with access courtesy of a right of way over the initial length of the farm drive with field gate. The land is laid to grass and is generally flat being 36 feet above sea level. The soil type is a versatile loam with clay outcrops and according to the Agricultural Land Classification maps Grade 3. The land forms a single enclosure and is capable of supporting grass or arable cropping. There is no mains water connected to the land but there is a mains supply running along Chester Road.