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4 bedroom farm house for sale

Brookhill Lane, Pinxton, Nottinghamshire

Offers in Region of £1,200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 136 Acre Dairy Farm
  • 4 Bedroomed Farmhouse
  • Extensive Buildings
  • Full Vacant Possession
  • Available in four lots

Full description

* 136 acre Dairy Farm * Four bedroomed farmhouse * Extensive dairy & livestock rearing buildings for 200 dairy cows * Recently modernised slurry and effluent storage * Licensed borehole * Environmental and historical features * Available as a whole or split into four lots


The farm and buildings are located to the south of Pinxton Lane which direct access onto the highway. Pinxton Lane runs between Pinxton and Sutton in Ashfield and places the farm in an area of attractive countryside within easy reach of a number of major conurbations in the area.


Brookhill Hall Farm is a compact 136 acre dairy unit providing modernised facilities for the milking of up to 200 dairy cows in conjunction with other land. The farm lies within a ring fence either side of Pinxton Lane and has been managed by the current owners with a view to a long term commitment to the dairy sector.
The farm is close to major road connections most notably the M1 and the A38. Subject to planning consent there is longer term development potential at Brookhill Hall Farm.
The current owners sell milk under the Arla ASDA contract and supply approximately 1.65 million litres from the farm each year.
Brookhill Hall Farm is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion.


Entrance Porch

With tiled floor, storage cupboards and radiator.


3.10m x 1.80m (10'2 x 5'11 )

With quarry tiled floor, fitted shelving.


With high level wc, wash hand basin (h&c), central heating radiator, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, part tiled walls.


3.12m x 1.75m (10'3 x 5'9 )

With oil fired boiler heating radiators, wall cupboard, fitted worktop, door to outside.


With stairs to first floor.

Sitting Room

4.60m x 4.82m (15'1 x 15'10 )

With feature fireplace and stone hearth, coved cornice, central heating radiator and French doors to Sun Room.

Sun Room

7.40m x 2.17m (24'3 x 7'1 )

With tiled floor, two central heating radiators.

Dining Room

4.73m x 4.80m (15'6 x 15'9 )

With two central heating radiators.

Entrance Hall

With central heating radiator.

Shower/Wet Room

With low level wc, shower, pedestal wash hand basin, half tiled walls, central heating radiator, electric heated towel rail, drained tiled floor.

Second Sitting Room

4.72m x 4.60m (15'6 x 15'1 )

With brick fireplace and hearth, central heating radiators. (this room with the wet room could be used as an annex).

First Floor Landing

With central heating radiator, access by loft ladder to partly boarded roof space, wall cupboards.

Bedroom One

4.78m x 4.65m (15'8 x 15'3 )

Built in wardrobe and storage cupboard, coved cornice, central heating radiator.

Bedroom Two

4.62m x 4.81m (15'2 x 15'9 )

Built in wardrobe, central heating radiator.

Bedroom Three

3.09m x 5.43m (10'2 x 17'10 )

Central heating radiator.

Bedroom Four

3.50m x 2.76m max (11'6 x 9'1 max)

Built in storage, central heating radiator.


With panelled bath, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled over the bath, central heating radiator, airing cupboard enclosing insulated hot water cylinder and immersion heater.

Separate Wc

With low level WC

Outside Gardens

To the front, side and rear of the property, laid to lawn with flower and shrub beds.

Farm Buildings & Facilities

Brookhill Hall Farm provides an extensive range of modern farm buildings capable of housing up to 200 dairy cows in cubicles and straw yards with additional space for young stock rearing. There is some 2,800 tonnes of silage storage part of which is covered. Full details of the buildings are available from the joint agents offices.

The Land

The land is classified as Grade 3 by DEFRA.
The National Soil Resources Institute gives the soil type as slowly permeable seasonally wet acid loamy and clayey soils.
The land is mainly level with a gently sloping aspect to the south. The arable land is capable to growing forage maize, cereals and other combinable crops.
The farm includes attractive environmental features including spinneys and streams together with areas of former parkland that once was part of Brookhill Hall Estate.
Full details of the land is available from the joint agents offices.

General Remarks


Brookhill Hall Farm is supplied with mains water together with single and three phase electricity. Residential drainage is to a septic tank.
The farm benefits from a borehole which gives the right to extract up to 20 cubic meters of water per day.


The property is being sold as a whole with vacant possession upon completion.

However, the vendors have also agreed proposals for a sale in four Lots, as below.

LOT 1 comprises the farmstead with house, extensive former dairy buildings and 46.48 Acres of land which provides several options from a small farm, intensive livestock rearing unit and/or equine uses. Subject to planning there would be a range of possibilities for Lot 1. Additional land would be available with Lot 1 if required. For example, Lots 1 & 2 together would create a 82.95 acre farm. The Vendors would be pleased to consider selling alternative sub-divisions of the whole subject to other parcels being saleable.

In summary, the Lots for sale are:

Lot 1 46.48 acres House, buildings and arable/pasture/spinney/stream
Lot 2 36.47 acres Pasture/woodland
Lot 3 30.34 Acres Arable/pasture/stream
Lot 4 25.17 acres Arable/pasture/spinney/stream

The whole is offered for sale at 1.4M .


Access to Lots 1, 3 and 4 is off Brookhill Lane.

If Lot 2 is sold separately a right of access over Lot1 along the South West boundary to Lot 2 will be granted.

Planning Permission

The property offers scope to develop the farm buildings and/or other land subject to securing planning consent where required.
Local Authority: The Local Planning Authority applying to the farm is Bolsover District Council.

Development Clause

Brookhill Hall Farm is sold subject to a development clause. The clause specifies that 30% of any increase in the value of the land triggered by development other than agricultural buildings will be payable to the vendor should such development occur within 25 years of the sale of the farm.


The vendor and the vendor's agents will do their best to specify the ownership of the boundaries, hedges, fences and ditches but will not be bound to determine these. The purchaser will have to satisfy themselves as to the ownership of any boundaries.

Quotas And Contracts

There are no quotas or contracts included within the sale.

Single Payment Entitlements

The Single Payment Scheme entitlements are for sale with the property. Further details are available from the vendors joint agents.

Sporting Rights Etc

The sporting rights, standing timber and minerals, so far as they are owned are included in the sale.

Environmental Schemes

The joint selling agents are advised that none of Brookhill Hall Farm is entered into any environmental schemes nor the Entry Level Scheme.

Wayleaves/Rights Of Way

The farm is sold subject to, or with the benefit of all covenants, rights of way and wayleaves that exist whether mentioned in the particulars or not.
A footpath crosses the farm and there is a pylon crossing fields at the north-west corner of the farm.

Method Of Sale

The property is offered for sale by private treaty on a joint agency with Savills of Nottingham.

Excluded Items

The vendors exclude from the sale the 9 x 18 herringbone parlour (installed new some 12 years ago), the 11,000 litre bulk tank, coolers, the mill and mix equipment together with other fixtures and fittings within the dairy building. The above excluded items are all for sale by separate negotiation.


Strictly by appointment through the vendors joint agents.

Tenant Right & Holdover

The vendors reserve the right to harvest and remove growing crops after completion together with any stored silage and other forage. However, purchasers can elect to take to the growing crops and stored forage subject to negotiation.

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24 May 2011


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