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Farm land for sale
Mill Road, Barton St David, Somerton
- FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION
- TUESDAY 26TH JUNE at 7pm
- AT THE STANDERWICK SUITE, FROME LIVESTOCK MARKET
- Residential Smallholding
- Detached 3-bed house
- Extensive range of maodern farm buildings and adjoining pasture
- The whole extending to 9.39 acres
- For sale in two lots.
- Subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition
TUESDAY 26TH JUNE 2012 at 7pm
THE STANDERWICK SUITE, FROME LIVESTOCK MARKET
A unique and versatile smallholding, subject to an agricultural occupancy condition, that offers the opportunity to create a new farming business or expand an existing one. Located on the outskirts of Barton St David, within easy reach of village amenities. The property boasts views across open countryside. The detached 3-bed dwelling (in need of modernisation) is constructed of Bradstone elevations under a double roman pantile roof.
Situated immediately south of the dwelling is an extensive range of modern farm buildings, suited for housing of livestock, machinery and fodder. Accessed via a separate entrance from the adjacent highway and offering potential for a variety of alternative uses, subject to any necessary planning consent.
The land is held within two distinct parcels, located east of the farm buildings. Level in aspect with the benefit of either road or drove access. Currently comprising productive pastureland. Potential for arable rotation or equine use.
Subject to an agricultural occupancy restriction, whereby the occupation of the dwelling is limited to a person/s employed or last employed full-time in agriculture as defined in Section 290 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1971, or forestry and the dependants of such a person.
Lot A - Guide Price: £300,000 - £350,000
Approached via tarmac entrance drive to single garage and off-road parking area. Lawn gardens and patio surround.
Situated on a level site extending 1.72 acres. Served by either concrete yards or hard standing. Layout and design allow for further expansion. A detailed list and plan of the farm buildings is on the reverse of these particulars.
Pasture held within a single enclosure and extending to approximately 2.57 acres. Level in aspect and ideally suited to agricultural purposes.
Lot B - Guide Price: £30,000 - £50,000
Single enclosure of pasture extending to 4.84 acres, immediately adjacent to Lot A. Level in aspect and currently permanent pasture, although could suit a number of alternative uses, subject to obtaining any necessary planning permission.
Barton St David is located to the south east of Street between the villages of Butleigh and Keinton Mandeville, both of which offer village shops and primary schools. Barton St David benefits from a public house, playing field and church. The nearby centres of Street, Glastonbury, Somerton, Yeovil and Castle Cary (Main line to London Paddington) provide a further choice of retail facilities. The cities of Bristol and Bath are approximately 35 miles distant.
By appointment through the auctioneers,
Cooper and Tanner, Glastonbury on 01458 834288.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Services and appliances have not been tested. The purchaser of Lot A will grant the right for the purchaser of Lot B to connect into the mains water supply located in the water trough near the house, via a sub meter. Thereafter Lot B will pay Lot A for all water consumed.
Set for Tuesday 24th July 2012.
South Somerset District Council.
Tel. 01935 462462
Buyers Lot Charge
£420 inclusive of VAT per lot.
Somerset County Council Legal Services,
County Hall, Taunton, TA1 4DY.
Nicola Townsend acting. Tel. 01823 356996
Buildings - Lot A
1.Former Dairy, 4.78m X 4.88m, 23.33m², steel portal frame, corrugated panel elevations, mono pitched cement fibre roof.
2.12:12 herringbone parlour, 9.08m X 4.83m, 43.86m², same construction as 1, over head feed hoppers.
3.Covered/collecting yard, 4.98m X 13.87m, 69.07m², steel portal frame, block rendered elevations to part with corrugated panel above, cement fibre roof.
4.Machinery Store, 3.51m X 7.37m, 25.87m², mono pitched timber panel roof, concrete sleeper/block elevations, double wooden doors.
5.Store, 2.82m X 5.28m, 14.89m², mono pitched fibre cement roof, fibre glass rendered elevations.
6.Livestock housing, 5.30m X 14.99m, 79.45m², mono pitched fibre cement roof, concrete sleeper/block elevations.
7.Livestock housing, 6.97m X 5.27m, 36.73m², same construction as 6.
8.Lean-to, on building 9, 17.72m X 9.66m, 162.31m², steel/timbre frame, corrugated panel elevation and roof.
9.Dutch barn, 27.42m X 5.77m, 158.21m², steel portal frame, corrugated panel roof.
10.Lean-to, on building 9, 18.28m X 5.49m, 100.36m², same construction as 9.
11.Lean-to Store, 8.53m X 3.19m, 27.21m², open fronted, 2-bay, block elevations, fibre cement roof.
12.Livestock housing, 13.45m X 33.23m, 446.94m², steel portal frame, block/timber panel/Yorkshire board elevations, mono pitched cement fibre roof.
13.Cow Kennel (36), 21.92m X 7.59m, 166.37m², steel portal frame, corrugated panel elevations and roof, mono pitched.
14.Cubicle house (47), 22.06m X 14.77m, 325.83m², same construction as 13, central feed passage.
15.Dung heap/silage pit, 11.82m X 9.23m, 109.10m², block wall to 1.20m.
16.'Permastore Slurrystore', with pump and slurry grid.
17.Fodder store, 18.32m X 13.57m, 248.60m², timber panel/Yorkshire board elevations, mono pitched cement fibre roof.