Lot 1 Moss side
MOSS SIDE FARMHOUSE
Moss side is an attractive south facing farmhouse
which extends to one and a half storeys and is of
stone construction under a slate roof. The house
comprises well-proportioned accommodation over
two floors including one public room, kitchen and
bedroom on the ground floor with views to the
south, and two bedrooms with a family bathroom
on the first floor. The accommodation layout is
shown in more detail within the floor plans below.
There is an area of garden ground to the rear of the
property which is enclosed by a post and timber
rail fence. The garden is mostly laid to lawn.
There is a useful range of modern and traditional
farm buildings, which are situated to the south of
the farmhouse. They comprise:
Grain Store (19m x 5.5m): of steel portal frame
construction with timber supports, runner doors,
concrete block walls, corrugated tin cladding, fibre
cement roof and concrete floor.
Traditional Outbuilding Sheds (22m x 8.5m): of
traditional stone construction, runner doors, timber
roof frame with fibre cement sheeting and concrete
Traditional Store (9m x 3m): of traditional stone
construction, runner doors, timber roof frame with
fibre cement sheeting and dirt floor.
Workshop (17m x 7m): of traditional stone
construction with timber roof supports, corrugated
roof and concrete floor.
General Store Sheds (11.5m x 10m and 13m x 6m):
combination of traditional stone and concrete block
construction with steel portal frame, runner doors,
fibre cement roof and concrete floor.
Modern General Store (36m x 30m): of steel
portal frame construction, concrete shutter walls,
corrugated tin cladding and roof and concrete floor.
Garage Store (5m x 5m) of timber frame
construction with tin side cladding and roof with an
There is a large area of hard standing surrounding
the buildings providing further space for machinery
and fodder storage.
The land in Lot 1 comprises 13 enclosures which are
currently down to pasture and extend to 58.1 Ha
(143.56 Acres) which is classified as Grade 3(2) with
Mossfield being Grade 5(2). The land is currently
in grass but is capable of growing good crops of
cereals and roots.