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4 bedroom farm for sale
Barker Hades Road, Letwell, Worksop, Nottinghamshire
For sale by private treaty as a whole or in two lots - Lot 1 Langold House standing in around 24.37 acres - Lot 2 Farmland and woods around 198.40 acres
Grade II* listed farmhouse with planning consent and listed building consent for alteration and extension to create a significant
country house of about 5,900 square feet and a new outbuilding of about 1,000 square feet.
Listed walled garden with planning consent for rebuilding a garden house (studio).
Arable land of about 162 acres.
Renowned shooting ground
In all about 90 hectares (222 acres)
For sale by private treaty as a desirable residential farm or in two lots;
Lot 1 - Farmhouse, grass paddocks, woodland and drive about 9.86 hectares (24.37 acres)
Lot 2 - Arable land about 65.72 hectares (162.40 acres) and mature broadleaf woodland, about 12.36 hectares (30.51 acres) In all about 80.29 hectares (198.41 acres).
Offers will be considered for parts of the property, according to purchasers needs.
Langold Farm is an attractive and productive residential farm. It is well located and readily accessible from Worksop,
Rotherham, Sheffield, the A1 and M1. At its heart is Langold farmhouse, which has planning consent and listed building consent to be extended and upgraded into a significant country house. It stands next to an historic walled garden and is surrounded by railed grass paddocks with specimen trees.
A woodland belt encircles the house, the prestigious Gally Knight development of five houses converted from the 18th Century
stable block and Ivy Cottage close by.
Surrounding the house and railed grass paddocks is very productive arable land and woodland. The woodland has considerable potential, given the growing demand for renewable resources. Across the farm a renowned shoot has been established over many years.
Langold Farm is situated astride the Yorkshire border with Nottinghamshire. It is about 8 miles North of Worksop, 15 miles
from Rotherham and 12 miles from Sheffield. Junction 31 of the M1 is 8 miles to the West with the A60 trunk road less than 2
miles away. The A1 at Blyth is 7 miles distant. It is therefore well located to be enjoyed by a purchaser with business interests in the region.
Langold Farm is approached along its own private road, Ivy Lodge Lane from the B6463 southward. The road then turns left along Barker Hades Road, which is also owned, turning right on to the front drive. The current access to Langold Farmhouse runs between the stable block conversion and a remodelled stone house, Ivy Cottage. If the plans to enlarge the house are
followed, a new separate access will be created.
The area is well served with a number of fine golf courses including the championship course at Lindrick, 3 miles and Worksop, 5 miles.
Schools include Worksop College and Ranby Preparatory School.
Good shopping is found at Worksop, Sheffield, Doncaster and at the Welbeck Farm Shop.
Airports are located at Robin Hood, Doncaster (15 miles) and East Midlands, Nottingham (49 miles).
Method Of Sale
The farm is offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole or in two lots.
Walled garden, grass paddocks, woodland, private road and drive. In all about 9.863 hectares. (24.373 acres)
Arable land 65.722 hectares (162.404 acres), Mature broadleaf woodland 12.358 hectares (30.531 acres), Small reservoir
Land fronting Langold Lake. In all about 80.293 hectares (198.409 acres).
Single Payment Scheme
Included in the sale of Langold Farm are the Single Payment Scheme entitlements which will be transferred to the purchaser
Lot 1 2.99 Entitlement Units.
Lot 2 66.19 Entitlement Units.
The value of entitlements will be apportioned from the sale price and will be agreed with the purchaser prior to exchange
of contracts. The 2012 Single Farm Payment will be retained by the vendor.
The farm is in the Entry Level Scheme, until 31st October 2014.
The woodland is principally old stands of hardwood including Oak, Ash and Sycamore.
The farm has been improved by a number of schemes in the past, where the soil is not over limestone. Drainage records have been lost.
Sporting rights are held with the freehold and are in hand. The farm has been the heart of a highly successful shoot incorporating other ground in the area.
All mines and minerals together with ancillary powers of working are excepted and reserved by a previous conveyance.
The farm is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion, subject to:
1. A long term lease in favour of Bassetlaw District Council for land fronting Langold Lake, which is used for public access and recreation.
2. A holdover to harvest and remove crops
Mains water and electricity are connected the house. Drainage is to a private system.
Fixtures And Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale unless mentioned in these particulars. However, certain items may be available by separate negotiation, in particular the stainless steel storage tanks. Carpets and curtains will be included in the sale. Garden ornaments and stone troughs are specifically excluded. The radio mast on the shoot room will be removed before completion
Easements, Wayleaves And Rights Of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefits of all easements, wayleaves and rights of way whether public or private
and whether or not mentioned in these particulars of sale.
1. An easement in favour of British Gas for a pipeline crossing the farm.
2. Wayleaves for overhead power lines.
3. A right of way along Ivy Lodge Lane, Barker Hades Road, the front drive and past the settlement of Langold will be granted
to the owner of the farmland and woodland (between the points A B C D E F G) if the two lots are sold separately. The use will be subject to a contribution to the maintenance of the road according to user. There is an existing right of way to the owner of farmland, north of Barker Hades Lane.
4. A right to pass irrigation pipes beneath the front drive and verge will be granted to the owner of the farmland at point D.
5. A public bridleway along Ivy Lodge Lane and Barker Hades Road.
6. A public footpath along part of the western boundary of the farm.
7. Rights of way to the dwellings in the Gally Knight Development.
8. Right of way to Ivy Cottage.
9. Right of way to retained land and the right to connect into existing services.
In the event that any part of the property is subject to VAT, this will be payable by the purchaser in addition to the purchase
price. It is not believed that VAT is payable on the purchase price.
Contracts And Quotas
There are no contracts or quotas available with the farm.
In addition to the purchase price the purchaser will be required to pay to the vendor the full amount of the ingoing valuation due to the outgoer calculated by reference to the Agriculture (Calculations of Value for Compensation) Regulation 1978-1983 in accordance with the prices and recommendations of the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers including, where relevant, enhancement.
The valuation will be made by JHWalter. There will be no counterclaim whatsoever for dilapidations of any kind.
The areas given in these particulars of sale are calculated using the Ordnance Survey Promap software.
If you would like to view this property, please contact JHWalter on 01522 504304
Andrew & Co
St Swithins Court, 1 Flavian Road, Nettleham Road,
Lincoln, LN2 4GR
Tel: 01522 780587
Contact Helen Barton
1 Mint Lane, Lincoln, LN1 1UD
T: 01522 504304
Contact Ian Walter or Charles Alexander
Lot 1 Langold House
In all about 24.373 acres (9.863 hectares)
The farmhouse dates from around 1750 and is built of Limestone and slate. The north and south facades are of elegant classical proportions in the Palladian style. It extends to about 442 square metres (4,757 square feet), and was re-roofed in 1995.
Planning consent and Listed Building consent have been granted to alter and extend the farmhouse into a substantial country house of about 548 square metres (5,900 square feet).
It is surrounded by railed grass paddocks. The Listed walled garden adjoins the rear garden, which is also walled and secluded.
The drive up to the house ends in a tarmacadam area for turning, parking and access to the stone double garage. Lawn to the side with dog kennel and planting beds.
Side entrance with half glazed door leading into
7.82 x 3.79m (25'8 x 12'5 )
Fitted kitchen with feature stonework, central unit with electric hob, fitted electric double cooker, double radiator, glass fronted ornament cabinet, window seat, oil fired AGA
Steps down to cellars.
Staircase with Victorian turned banisters and hand rail, radiator, outside door to terrace.
5.42 x 4,99m (17'9 x 13'1 )
Baxi fireplace with feature stonework beneath marble shelf, plate rack over, alcoves to either side, double radiator, television point.
7.83 x 3.74m (25'8 x 12'3 )
With study area, brick fireplace with beam mantelpiece, Calor Gas coal effect fire, fitted ornament cabinets to either side, two double radiators, television point.
Side Entrance Corridor
Storage cupboard, door to rear garden
Office With Larder/Store
5.05 x 2.18m (16'7 x 7'2 )
Double radiator, broadband connection, office cupboard
Plumbing for washing machine and coat hooks.
Low level WC, pedestal washbasin, cupboard
Landing with radiator.
Master Bedroom 1
6.06 x 5.40m (19'11 x 17'9 )
Double radiator, connecting door to Bedroom 4, built in hanging wardrobe, radiator
3.84 x 3.54m (12'7 x 11'7 )
Built in hanging wardrobe, double radiator. Airing cupboard with hot water tank and immersion heater. Access to roof.
Ensuite shower room,
Pedestal washbasin, low level WC, shower cubicle, towel radiator
Jacuzzi bath with jets on plinth, WC with encased cistern, washbasin in vanity unit with mirror and cupboards, towel radiator.
4.18 x 3.79m (13'9 x 12'5 )
Connecting door to;
3.77 x 3.46m (12'4 x 11'4 )
Attic Room 1
6.01 x 2.62m (19'9 x 8'7 )
Attic Room 2
5.99x 2.64m (19'8 x 8'8 )
Shoot room / family room Built of Limestone, brick and slate with
fireplace, stainless steel sink unit (Please note part of the floor is in
a poor state and care should be taken on inspection). Covered
passage with woodstore, with door to, Double garage, built of
Limestone and slate in 2002, with electric up and over doors.
A most attractive and secluded ornamental garden is to be found at the back of the house, surrounded by stone walls
to about nine feet.
A raised terrace is accessed from the north door of the house, which leads onto the lawn with carefully planted borders and beds. Raised Japanese garden with pavilion. Central heating boiler housed outside. Garden shed and tool shed compound, orchard to side.
The Grounds And Setting Of Langold Farmhouse
The Railed Grass Paddocks
Surround the house to the south, east and west and extend to about 2.556 hectares. (6.314 acres) There are a number of
specimen trees, including walnut, yew, ash and oak. A line of lime trees run from east to west in front of the house and a
recent planting of young trees screen the converted stable block. The northern paddock gives access to;
The Listed Walled Garden
About 0.54 hectare (1.33 acres) surrounded by brick and stone walls up to about 14 ft. (Please note there is a clump of Japanese Knotweed growing in the North West corner, either side of the wall).
Surrounding the house, grass paddocks and walled garden is mature woodland which provides privacy and shelter. The
woodland also extends round the converted stone stable block.
Included with the house and grounds is the private road and drive from the B6463 at Ivy Lodge to the settlement of
Langold. The front drive includes a strip of farmland 5 metres from the edge of the tarmac to create a verge, and a
woodland verge of 10 metres into the wood, from the edge of the tarmac to retain control of the flanking trees.
This drive gives access to all the dwellings which contribute equally to the maintenance of the road.
The private road and drive is also the farm road giving access to the arable land and woodland. Passing places have been
created to assist users. The owner of the farmland and woodland will have unlimited access between points A B C D E F G into all fields and woods.
Tree Preservation Order
A Tree Preservation Order has been placed on the beech trees on either side of Barker Hades Road.
House and garden 0.228 hectares/0.564 acres
Walled garden 0.545 hectares/ 1.347 acres
Grass paddocks 2.558 hectares/ 6.314 acres
Woodland 4.870 hectares/12.032 acres
Private road and drive 0.555 hectares/1.456 acres
Miscellaneous 1.109 hectares/2.660 acres
TOTAL 9.863 hectares/ 24.373 acres
Planning Consent And Listed Building Consent To Alter And Extend The Farmhouse
Planning consent and listed building consent were renewed on 22 February 2012 for the demolition of attached outbuildings, internal alterations, erection of single storey extensions to both sides, erection of new detached outbuilding and rebuilding of garden house.
The detailed plans for the enlargement of the farmhouse into Langold Hall were completed by Robert Lee, Architect and Historic Building Consultant. His design sensitively remodels the house along classical Palladian lines to about 548 square metres (5,900 square feet). It is entirely consistent with the setting and the history of the site and house.
Robert Lees plans envisage the house being approached from the north, with the north door becoming the front door. This separate new drive to the house will segregate its access from the rest of Langold and the back drive will be used to access the grass paddocks.
Langold Hall will be surrounded by its own grounds and woods, but can be purchased with the farmland and woodland to complete a most desirable small residential and farming estate.
A separate brochure includes the plans for the alteration and extension of the farmhouse and sets Langold Hall in its historic context. It is available from JHWalter.co.uk/property.
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