Land At Bram Cragg, St John's In The Vale


Full Description

A single block of excellent pasture/grazing land extending to 15.27 acres (6.18ha).

The land is located in St John’s in the Vale in the Lake District National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site), approximately 2.2 miles south of Threlkeld, 3.2 miles south east of Keswick and 2 miles north of Thirlmere Reservoir.

From Junction 40 of the M6 at Penrith take the A66 heading West, at the roundabout continue on the A66 for approximately 11.6 miles. Take the left turn signposted Thirlmere/Thirlmere Quarry/Mining Museum. The land will be on the right after approximately 2.4 miles, marked by a sale board.

A single block of excellent pasture/grazing land extending to 15.27 acres (6.18ha). Access is from the B5322 over a traditional stone bridge. The land benefits from natural water. A public footpath crosses the land.The boundaries are post and wire fences with St John’s Beck forming the eastern boundary.

Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered for Basic Payment purposes 6.18 SDA entitlements are included in the sale and will be transferred to the Buyer. The cost of transferring these entitlements will be £250 + VAT, payable by the Buyer(s).For the avoidance of doubt, the Sellers will retain the 2020 claim in full.

Common Rights
The land is sold with attached grazing rights for St John’s Common, CL123, the rights are part of Entry 64 for a total of 72 ewes or 14 cattle. The Common is in an HLS agreement. The Purchasers will be held to have satisfied themselves as to the nature of such rights, and obligations for joining the agreement, if they so desire, under membership of the St Johns Common Group Internal Agreement. It is the Purchasers responsibility to complete, and pay for, all the necessary forms for the transfer of the common rights and updating the register. The Purchaser will indemnify the Vendor for any loss that occurs as a result of not updating the Commons Register.


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