Field OS 3014, Blidworth Lane, Rainworth, NottsPOA
- Land - grazing
12.45 hectares (30.76 acres) For sale as a whole or in lots OFFERS INVITED AROUND £16,000 PER ACRE The land is down to temporary grass, adjacent to the Lower Lake Nature Reserve and opposite a bridle path which leads to Harlow Wood and Normans Hill Wood, Ideal for equestrian uses or as arable land. The land has two gates providing access to Blidworth Lane.
The land is situated on the eastern side of Blidworth Lane and is to the north of Lower Lake Nature Reserve which is immediately opposite Rainworth Lodge. Blidworth Lane leads from Southwell Road East, Rainworth, close to its junction with the Rainworth Bypass and MARR route and leads to Warsop Lane and Mansfield Road Rainworth in the south east.
The field is situated approx one mile north of Blidworth, approx. 1 mile from the cetnre of Rainworth. There is excellent road access from the land to the Rainworth Bypass which provides good access to the A614 whilst the B6020 Rainworth - Kirkby road provides easy access to Junctions 27 & 28 of the M1 Motorway.
The field was used for arable purposes until approx four years ago when it was laid down to a temporary lay and is currently being grazed by sheep.
The land slopes gently from the north west towards the north east and falls generally towards the lakes to the south east and north east.
We understand that a private water pipe leads to Rainworth Lodge but potential purchasers will have to make their own enquiries with Severn Trent Water to ascertain the location of the nearest water supply.
There is no electricity connected to the land and potential purchasers should make their own enquiries with Western Power Distribution.
By appointment with the Agents WA Barnes LLP.