The land is situated fronting Ightenhill Park Lane in a mainly semi rural/residential area on the outskirts of Burnley.
It is accessed off Padiham Road and is within a few minutes drive of junction 10 of the M65 motorway.
The property comprises approximately 24 acres of grassland, together with 21 stables situated in 2 blocks.
The stables are mainly of timber framework with timber boarding to the walls under flat timber and felt roofs.
18 of the stables are occupied for self livery purposes and the remaining 3 are utilised for hay storage and tack.
The property also includes a sand paddock.
It is understood that the 18 stables are let on a self livery basis at a rent of £15 per week, per stable.
It is understood that the property has planning permission for equestrian use. Enquiries in connection with alternate uses should be directed to Burney Borough Council on 01282 425011.
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs.
Access can be made available for parties requiring further investigation, subject to prior confirmation and appointment. We will require indemnification in respect of any third party claims howsoever arising as a result of an inspection being undertaken.
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Viewing strictly by appointment with Petty Chartered Surveyors.