Auction, Tender & Development

Worcester

Auction, Tender & Development

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Auction Guide - £450,000

Stonehouse Lane, Bringsty, Worcester

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Auction Guide - £450,000

Stonehouse Lane, Bringsty, Worcester

Key features:

Planning permission for residential conversion of Traditional Barn, Extensive range of modern buildings and
35.66 acres of pastureland. Free range egg laying units (available by separate negotiation)

  • Planning permission for residential conversion of Traditional Barn
  • Extensive range of modern buildings
  • 35.66 acres of pastureland
  • Free range egg laying units (available by separate negotiation)
  • Planning Consent for two Mobile Homes

Property Description

For sale by public auction on Thursday 15th August 6pm at Hereford Rowing Club

Situation and Description
The barn at Burley Farm is well situated close to the popular market town of Bromyard in glorious countryside on the Herefordshire and Worcestershire border.
The property comprises a traditional barn with planning consent to convert into a 3 bedroom house, a range of modern farm buildings which are partly used for free-range egg production and 35.68 acres.

Directions
From Bromyard: take the A44 towards Worcester, after leaving the town, proceed for approximately 1 mile. Turn right signposted Burley. Then after 0.3 of a mile, turn left. The property will then be found on your left after approximately 200 yards.

Traditional Barn
The attractive traditional barn was granted planning via prior approval in July 2014. Since that time the concrete floor has been laid. The barn will convert into a good sized three bedroom property. The current floor area is 97.71m2.. The property is well situated in the farmyard and offers an excellent residential property when completed.

Farm Buildings
The farm buildings are adjacent to the barn and form a large complex of covered space. A 3 bay covered yard with concrete floor, also a 4 bay covered yard with concrete floor, a 4 bay covered yard with attached 3 bay Dutch barn and lean-to.

This incorporates a poultry house, for 3,500 laying hens with egg room.
Available by separate negotiations are the nesting boxes, feeders, drinkers and egg line. Also available by separate negation are the two purpose built mobile egg laying units.
The farm historically had two mobile homes placed in the yard. The infrastructure is still in place with electric and water hook ups and septic tank.

Farmland
The land is all laid to pasture within a ring fence. All of the land is extremely accessible from the buildings. In recent years, a large amount of trees have been planted on the land. It is stock proof fenced, tanked water as well as a useful natural supply. The land offers potential to be ploughed and arable cropped. The land has good roadside frontage and forms a useful block.

Services
Mains water is connected. The purchaser will need to adapt within 6 months of completion make their own connection for both electricity and water. The purchaser subject to conditions may have to make contributions towards the electricity and water in the initial 6 months.

Sporting Rights
To be included within the freehold.

Timber Rights
The standing timber across the holding is included within the freehold.

Ingoing Valuation
The farm is sold free of any ingoing valuation whatsoever and no allowance will be made to the purchaser in respect of dilapidations, if any. The purchaser will have the option to purchase by separate negotiation the equipment and infrastructure in conjunction with the current free range egg laying unit on the farm.

Outgoings
We are not aware of any outgoings on the holding.

Basic Payment Scheme
The land has been registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and has been claimed for 2019. The purchaser can purchaser the Entitlements by separate negotiation if they desire to.

Plans, Areas and Schedules
These are based on the most recent Ordnance Survey Promap Series and the areas are based on the Rural Land Register. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the boundaries and area of the land. Any error or misstatement shall not annul the sale or entitle any party to compensation thereof.

Local Authority
Herefordshire County Council

Possession
The farm is sold freehold and vacant possession will be given at completion 28 days after exchange of Contracts.

Method of Sale
The property will be sold by Public Auction at Hereford Rowing Club on Thursday, 15th August at 6pm, subject to Conditions of Sale and unless sold prior to auction.

Copies of the Contract, conditions of sale, local authority searches and other relevant documents will be available for inspection at the offices of the auctioneers and the vendor’s solicitors seven days prior to the auction date.

At the fall of the hammer the success purchaser(s) will be required to sign the Contract and pay a deposit equal to 10% of the hammer price. The successful purchaser(s) will also be required to produce identification to satisfy money laundering requirements.

Restrictions, Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all restrictions, way-leaves, easements and rights of way whether public or private or not disclosed.

Misrepresentation Act 1967
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed nor do they form part of any contract.

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