The Anstice/Madeley Wood Estate Sale Page 2
GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS
AS TO LOTS 1 — 17.
The Anstice family have been connected with the Town of Madeley for more than 100 years, and this Sale follows the disposal of other long standing interests in the District and provides opportunities both for occupation and investment.
The Farms are at once remarkable for the excellence of the Land and for their good condition, and if additions in the way of Land or Cottages are deemed advisable, the Sale affords either subject.
The Madeley Wood Company having decided to sell their Properties, it has been possible to arrange between the two Vendors that Lots 2 and 4 shall be sold with Lots 18 and 19 respectively, which will be highly advantageous to Purchasers.
Lots 11 to 20
A pair of pleasantly situated Cottages with Large Gardens
Nos. 24 and 25 Station Road, Madeley, and adjoining Lot 10, extending to an area of
1064 Square Yards or thereabouts.
Tenants — Messrs. A. Howell and E. Till.
These Cottages are quite detached and contain similar accommodation viz.; Three rooms, Pantry, Wash house, Two large Gardens, E.C. and Pigsty.
Tenancy. The Houses are let to Messrs. Howell and Till on Monthly tenancies at gross Rentals amounting annually to £16 9s 4d.
The Stabling has an estimated nett Rental Value of £212s 0d.
Sold to Humphries £215
The well situated Blacksmith’s Premises with Yard, Stabling and Old Cottage,
situate and being No 97 Prince Street, Madeley, extending to an area of
800 Square Yards or thereabouts.
Tenants — Messrs. F. J. Dillow and F. Hall.
The Smithy comprises Blacksmith’s Shop, Penthouse and Yard.
The Stabling comprises Trap house and 2 Stall stable.
The Cottage contains 4 Rooms, one of which is used by Mr. Dillow as a Store Room..
Tenancies. The Smithy and Store Room are let to Mr. Dillow on a quarterly tenancy at an Annual Rental of £11 0s. 0d.; there is at present no beneficial occupation of the remainder.
This Lot is sold with the benefit of a Right of Road between the points marked A and B on Sale Plan.
Sold to Dillow £125
An area of well situated Accommodation Land,
having a frontage of 100 feet to Prince Street, Madeley, and extending to an area of
11 Acres 0 Roods 20 Poles or thereabouts.
Tenant — Mrs. A. L. Jones.
This Land is bounded on the West by the L.M. and S. Railway, on the North by the Madeley Court Works and on the East by a Brookcourse. It includes some very useful Arable and Pasture Land.
Tenancy. This Land is let with other Lands to Mrs. A. L. Jones on an Annual Ladyday Tenancy at an apportioned Rental of £25 0s. 0d.
Easement. This Lot is sold subject to a Right of Road between the points marked A and B on Sale Plan for the benefit of the Owners and Occupiers of Lot 12.
Outgoings. Tithe apportionment £3 10. 0d.
Two Fields of Valuable Accommodation Land,
having a frontage of 500 feet to Court Street, Madeley, and an approach from High Street, extending to an area of
17 Acres 1 Rood 15 Poles or thereabouts.
Tenant — Mr A. L. Jones.
This Land is bounded on the West by Court Street, on the North by Court Lane leading to Tweedale, on the East by the L.M. and S. Railway and on the South by High Street Properties; the soil is of excellent quality, there is a supply of water. It is very accessible from the centre of the Town and must always command a high figure, apart from its good adaptability for Building purposes.
Tenancy. This Lot is let with other Lands to Mrs. A. L. Jones on an Annual Ladyday Tenancy at an apportioned Rental of £50 0s. 0d
Outgoings. Tithe apportionment, £2, 4s. 0d.
A Field of Accommodation Pasture Land,
having a frontage of 540 feet to Coalport Road, Madeley; known as Church Furlong, and containing an area of
4 Acres 0 Roods 32 Poles or thereabouts.
Tenant — Mr John Turner.
This Field has a good Southern aspect and is on the Southern outskirts of the Town.
Tenancy. This Lot is let with other Lands to Mr. J. Turner on an Annual Ladyday Tenancy at a Rental of £15 0s. 0d
Outgoings. Tithe apportionment, £1, 7s. 3d.
Sold to Legge £150
A Small Field of Accommodation Pasture Land,
having a frontage of 360 feet to Coalport Road, Madeley; and extending to an area of
1 Acres 2 Roods 30 Poles or thereabouts.
Tenant — Mr Arthur Pooler.
This Field lies between the Road and the Railway and lets readily.
Tenancy. This Lot is let to Mr. A. Pooler on an Annual Ladyday Tenancy at a Gross Rental of £6 0s. 0d
Outgoings. Tithe apportionment, 7/-.
An area of Accommodation Land,
“The Canal Wharf”
situate at Tweedale, Madeley, and having frontage to the Wellington Road, and adjoining Dwelling Houses, Nos. 22 and 23, Wellington Road (Lot 65).
The exceptionally well situated Dairy and Mixed Farm,
KNOWN AS “CUCKOO OAK FARM”,
situate on the North Eastern outskirts of the Town of Madeley, at the junction of the Main Roads (Wellington to Bridgnorth and Madeley to Shifnal) in the Parishes of Kemberton, comprising:— Substantially built House, Extensive Buildings, Cottage and first class Arable and Pasture Land, extending in all to
75 Acres 0 Roods 6 Poles or thereabouts.
Tenant — Mr. W. E. Lawton.
The House is situate near the road junction, the principal rooms are lofty and of good size, most of the floors have fine old oak boards, and the grates and mantels are modern and good. It contains:—
Ground Floor. Front and Back Entrance Halls, Dining Room 17ft. by 15ft., Drawing Room of similar size, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Dairy having white glazed tiles to Setlas, Pantry.
First Floor. Two large Bedrooms and one smaller Bedroom, Bath Room, fitted with Bath, Lavatory and Linen Cupboard. Also separate Man’s Room over Dairy.
Second Floor. Servant’s Room and Store Room.
There are two exceedingly fine old oak staircases.
Hot and Cold Water supplies to Kitchen and Bath Room.
There is a small Garden in front and a detached Garden and Orchard.
The Buildings are brick built and tiled, the main Range having walls of unusually substantial structure, they comprise:— Cowshed for 9 and Covered Stock Yard, 3-stall Stable with fodder loft, Cowshed for 5 with loft over, Barn with cutting loft over, Cake and meal store with loft over, 2 Stall stable, Loose Box; Range of 4 Loose Boxes, Cowshed for 2 with loft over, Cowshed for 10 with fodder byng and Calf cote, Mixing house with loft over, Root house, Open Cattle Yard, Bull Box, Boiler house, Manure store, Hackney stable and loose box, Cart and Implement Shed.
Small Brick built and tiled Cottage with Garden situate at the junction of Prince Street with the Main Road.
The Land has long frontages to three Public Roads and is further served by an Occupation Road and is intersected by the Mad Brook. The soil varies from highly fertile two-horse loam in Madeley Parish to a heavier but equally fertile soil in the Parish of Kemberton (Shifnal), thus the Crops of Roots, Cereals, Clovers and Grasses, are much above the average. Thus, with the additional advantages of situation and proximity to three Stations and several Towns, the Holding possesses many unusually good features.
Tenancy. Cuckoo Oak Farm is let to Mr. W. E. Lawton on an Annual Ladyday Tenancy at an Annual Rental (reduced 10% in 1922) of £167 in respect of 96 acres or thereabouts, and the amount apportioned in respect of this Lot is £127 0s. 0d. Field No. 21 is let to Mrs. Harriet Pooler on an Annual Ladyday Tenancy at an Annual Rental of £14 0s. 0d. Field No. 171 Part (4.819 acres) is let to Mr. W. E. Lawton with Springhill Farm at an apportioned Rental of £7 4s. 0d. The L.M. and S. Railway Company pay a Rental of £2 6s. 4d. in respect of the right of user of the Canal Feeder on this Holding and a further Rental of £2 6s. 10d in respect of the right of user of the Canal Feeder on Field No. 171 Part (Vide note at end).
Total Rental in respect of this Lot (75.038 acres only) is £143 6s 9d. and £9 10s. 10d. in respect of Field No. 171 Part.
Outgoings. Tithe apportionment:— Madeley Parish £12 1s. 0d.; Kemberton Parish £6 18s. 9d.
Sold to ??????(unclear) £2,100
The well situated Small Holding,
known as “HILLS LANE”,
situate in Hills Lane, Madeley, in close proximity to the Station and Main Road — Wellington to Bridgnorth, comprising:— Farm Buildings, Land and Sandpit, extending to an area of
7 Acres 3 Roods 24 Poles
Tenant—Mr Arthur Pooler.
The Buildings are brick built and tiled and comprise:— Cowshed for 4 with Loft, Fodder Store, cowshed for 3 with Loft, Mixing House with Loft, Cowshed for 2 and Calf cote; 3-stall Stable with Loft, 2 Bay Cartshed, Fowl House.
The Land was formerly the site of the surface workings of Hills Lane Coal and Ironstone Mines, the surface provides rough grazing and the mounds are composed mainly of Clay, Cinders and Coal dust.
Tenancy. The Buildings are let with other Lands to Mr. Arthur Pooler. The Sandpit and Mount are in hand.
Outgoings. Tithe apportionment — £0 10s. 0d.
This Lot is sold subject to a Right of Road for the Owners and Occupiers of Lots 20 & 21, as shown on Plan.
The above Lot will be offered with Lot 4.
An area of Pitmount,
known as “HILLS LANE MOUNT”,
situate off Queen Street, Madeley, and near Madeley Market Station, extending to an area of
6 Acres 3 Roods 34 Poles
This area provides rough grazing and the Mount is composed of a vast quantity of Ironworks and Colliery Refuse, in the shape of red and blue Clay suitable for tiles and bricks, cinders, ashes, fillings, iron and other materials.
Outgoings. Tithe apportionment — 2s. 0d.
This Lot is sold with the benefit of a right of Road over Lot 19, as shown on plan.
The above Lot will be offered with Lot 4.
Sold to Dyas £5