Smallage Farm
Augton, Nr Sheffield, S26 3XS
Approximately 17.67 Ha Grassland Farm


Smallage Farm, West Lane, Aughton, Sheffield, S26 3XS is situated with frontage to West Lane, approximately half a mile to the West of Aughton Village and less than 10 miles from Sheffield City Centre. The M1 Junction 31 is approximately 4 miles distant.

Smallage Farm is a small compact grassland Farm extending to approximately 17.67 hectares, virtually all within a ring fence, only one parcel (Lot 2) falls outside that ring fence. Historically the Farm has been used for the provision of hay and grazing of livestock and equestrian use. The Farm could easily be developed for equestrian/leisure use or for traditional cattle/sheep rearing.

The farmhouse comprises a detached stone built house with slate roof over and adjacent single storey stone annex in need of refurbishment and modernisation. There has recently been low level vandalism at the property.

The accommodation comprises:

  • Entrance porch: (1.90m x 2.20m) with tiled floor
  • Kitchen: (6.40m x 3.30m) with tiled floor, beamed ceiling and fitted units – door to cellar with stone slab
  • Old Kitchen: (4.50m x 3.20m) with Yorkshire slab stone floor, traditional kitchen range and beamed ceiling
  • Dining Room: (4.50m x 4.60m) with timber floor, wood burner, exposed stone walls – stairs to first floor
  • Hallway to front door
  • Living Room: (4.40m x 3.90m) with timber floor, marble fire surround with cast insert, fireside cupboards
  • Stone stairs to first floor and landing
  • Bedroom 1: (4.50m x 4.60m) with fireplace
  • Bedroom 2: (4.10m x 4.40m) with fireplace
  • Bedroom 3: (3.20m x 4.40m)
  • Bathroom: (3.40m x 3.20m) with bath, basin, WC and freestanding shower unit
  • Loft area running along the length of the house

Attached to the main house is a single storey stone built annex (4.80m x 7.60m) with sitting room, kitchen, shower room and toilet. This has been subject to break-ins and vandalism.

The house is supplied by mains water by meter, mains electricity and foul drainage to a private system.

There is a substantial range of farm buildings constructed from a variety of materials, the main buildings being as follows:

  • General Store (26.0m x 5.8m) which includes part of Building 2 below, constructed of stone and block divided into 3 units with concrete floor and steel profile sheet roof.
  • Store (11.3m x 5.5m) of stone and block, part tiled roof, concrete floor and water supply.
  • Office/Tack Room/Feed Room (11.0m x 3.5m), stone and block with steel profile sheet roof, concrete floor and power supply.
  • Single Storey Shed (10.2m x 9.4m) constructed of block with steel profile sheet roof divided into 5 stables.
  • Concrete Portal Framed Building (18.0m x 17.0m) including lean to, with asbestos roof and concrete floor.
  • Various Ranges of Stables and Stores associated with equestrian use.
  • Steel Profile General Purpose Building (17.0m x 10.0m) with steel profile sheet roof and side sheeting with hardcore floor.
  • Steel framed Nissan hut used for straw storage.
  • Workshop (11.0m x 14.0m) constructed of block, containing pit and loft area.

In addition to the equestrian buildings there is a ménage area with chipped rubber and sand floor.

Totalling 17.67 ha (43.70 ac), the Farm is predominantly grassland apart from a small woodland area in Lot 1. There is a water supply to most of the fields but this would only be available if purchased with Lot 1 because of the supply meter situated within Lot 1. The land has an undulating topography with a Southern aspect, which is capable of providing good mowing and grazing.

The property is divided into the following lots:

  • Lot 1 – Red on the plan: 5.60 ha - including farmhouse and buildings.
  • Lot 2 – Green on the plan: 1.79 ha of grassland being a single enclosure with access off West Lane.
  • Lot 3 – Blue on the plan: 3.50 ha of grassland with access off Smallage Lane.
  • Lot 4 – Yellow on the plan: 6.78 ha of grassland with access off Smallage Lane.

The identification plan shows where boundaries are shared which Lot will be responsible for the maintenance of those boundaries with an inverted T mark. Access to all Lots is either from West Lane, or Smallage Lane as shown by the letter A on the attached plan.

The land is not registered for Basic Payment.Wayleaves

The land is crossed by two National Grid overhead lines with four towers situated on the land.

Sporting & Timber Rights are included where owned.

We are not aware of any public rights of way that cross the property.

Freehold with vacant possession on completion.

The farmhouse and buildings will be open for viewing on: Friday 19th January at 10.00am until 12noon and Tuesday 30th January at 1.00pm until 4.00pm. The land may be viewed at any reasonable time during daylight hours with a copy of the sales particulars.


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