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4 bedroom farm for sale

Church Street, Haxey, Doncaster

Guide Price £750,000

Property Description

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62.61 ACRES (25.34 HECTARES) or thereabouts

4 BEDROOM DETACHED FARMHOUSE, A RANGE OF FARM BUILDINGS, TOGETHER WITH A USEFUL BLOCK OF ARABLE LAND (WHICH OFFERS EQUESTRIAN POTENTIAL)

FOR SALE AS A WHOLE BY INFORMAL TENDER - CLOSING DATE: 12 NOON FRIDAY 01 JULY 2016

GUIDE PRICE: £750,000.00

FREEHOLD WITH VACANT POSSESSION

MORE INFORMATION & VIEWINGS - Contact DDM Agriculture on 01652 653669

Situation 
The Homestead is situated to the southern side of Church Street, within the village of Haxey in North Lincolnshire. The town of Doncaster lies approximately thirteen miles to the west, the town of Gainsborough lies approximately eleven miles to the south east and the town of Scunthorpe lies approximately thirteen miles to the north east. Junction 2 of the M180 motorway lies approximately six miles to the north, which provides for easy access onto the national motorway network.

Description 
The Homestead comprises a ring fenced small holding/residential arable farm, with a detached four bedroom house, a range of farm buildings together with arable land, the whole extending to 62.61 acres (25.34 hectares) or thereabouts. This land could be sown down to grass and the buildings adapted for an equestrian use (subject to gaining appropriate planning consent). The Homestead Farmhouse This is a detached rendered brick property under a concrete interlocking tile roof which offers four bedroom family living space and which has the benefit of a gas fired central heating system and UPVC double glazing throughout. It provides the following accommodation:-

Ground Floor 

Rear Entrance Lobby 

Kitchen 
dual aspect with a built in range of wall & floor units, Hygena gas oven, Diplomat gas hob, plumbing for a dishwasher, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, an exposed ceiling beam, one radiator, electric ?fire effect? room heater and external door to an outside patio area.

Pantry 
with fitted shelves.

Lounge  
triple aspect with feature fireplace which houses a gas fire, three radiators and patio doors to the outside patio area.

Dining room 
dual aspect with an understairs cupboard, one radiator and stairs leading to the first floor.

First Floor 

Landing 
with one radiator and roof void access.

North East double bedroom 
dual aspect with a walk in overstairs cupboard, fitted wardrobes and dressing table and one radiator.

North West twin bedroom 
dual aspect with one radiator.

South West single bedroom (nursery)  
with one radiator.

South twin bedroom 
dual aspect with one radiator.

Bathroom 
with panel bath with a Mira Zest electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c., an electric heated towel rail and door to a walk in

Airing Cupboard 
with Ideal Logic + gas combi boiler, fitted shelves and one radiator.

Outside 
There are private well established lawned gardens and a hard surfaced entrance drive and vehicle turning area. There is also a detached Garage 6.93m (22ft9?) x 3.96 (13ft) which is of brick construction under a pantile roof, with both an up and over door, pedestrian door and a concrete floor.

The Farm Buildings 
These are situated to the rear of the farmhouse and comprise:-

Covered Yard/Former Crew Yard  
15.14m x 13.72m (49ft8? x 45ft0?) of steel frame construction with a curved steel frame roof with a corrugated fibre cement sheet roof, and incorporating a cantilever and a lean-to extension, a concrete floor and brick walls to three sides and a partial brick wall to the fourth side.

Cart Shed 
5.74m x 9.65m (18ft10? x 31ft8?) of 3 open bay monopitch timber construction with a corrugated iron sheet roof and similar cladding to the rear and eastern side.

Dutch Barn 
18.44m x 7.32m (60ft6? x 24ft10?) of 4 bay steel portal frame construction with a corrugated fibre cement sheet roof, with corrugated iron sheet cladding to the north side and the eastern gable end, with a fan house attached to the same 3.05m x 3.35m (10ft0? x 11ft0?) with a corrugated fibre cement sheet roof and corrugated iron sheet cladding to the sides.

Crew Yard 
7.14m x 7.47m (23ft5? x 24ft6?) of concrete block construction with a corrugated fibre cement sheet roof, open to the south side to a concrete block walled crewyard.

Grain Store 
16.76m x 13.87m (55ft0? x 45ft6?) of 3 bay steel portal frame construction with a corrugated fibre cement sheet roof with similar cladding over 2.44m (8ft0?) galvanised grain walling to three sides, with a concrete block wall to the fourth side, with two pairs of wooden double sliding doors, a concrete floor and an external concrete apron. Nominal capacity 330 tonnes. This building could be converted to equestrian use by the installation of American barn style stables (subject to gaining appropriate planning consent).

The Farm Land 
The land all lies within a ring fenced block and is adjacent to the developed southern fringe of the village and to the south of the farmstead. Part or all of the land could be sown down to grass to create useful grass paddocks for grazing livestock or horses adjacent to the farmstead. The land is classified as principally being Grade 3 with some Grade 2 on Sheet 104 of the Provisional Agricultural Land Classification Maps of England and Wales as historically published by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. The soils are identified by the Soil Survey of England and Wales as being principally from the ?Blackwood? association with their characteristics described as ?deep permeable sandy and coarse loamy soils? and as suitable for ?cereals; potatoes and sugar beet; some grassland?, with the balance being from the ?Worcester? association with their characteristics described as ?non calcareous and calcareous reddish clayey soils over mudstone? and as suitable for...

Basic Payment Scheme 
All of the farmed land is registered on the Rural Payments Agency Rural Land Register and has been used to activate entitlements under the Basic Payment Scheme by a farming business in which the Vendor is a partner. The 2016 claim is reserved in its entirety to the them. It is intended that there will be a permanent transfer of an appropriate number of Normal Entitlements to the Purchaser(s) or their nominee where they are an ?active farmer? as part of the agreed consideration, following completion. Copies of the Vendor's 2016 BP5 application form, 2015 Entitlement Statement and the relevant RLR maps are available on request from the Selling Agents. Purchaser(s) should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of this information. Any statement within these sale particulars is given in good faith but carries no warranty.

Environmental Stewardship 
The majority of the farm forms part of an Entry Level Stewardship Scheme which commenced on 01 December 2011 and which will expire on 30 November 2016. The Purchaser(s) will be required to comply with the terms of the Scheme, for the period remaining and indemnify the Vendor against any penalty or loss for non compliance.

Backcropping 
Details of the last ten years backcropping are available on request from the Selling Agents.

GENERAL REMARKS & STIPULATIONS 

Tenure and Possession 
The property is offered for sale freehold with the benefit of vacant possession on completion.

Sporting & Mineral Rights 
Both the sporting and mineral rights in so far as they are owned are included in the sale.

Easements, Wayleaves and Rights of Way 
There is a wayleave agreement with Northern Powergrid (Yorkshire) plc in respect of the overhead lines and associated poles which cross part of the farm. Public Footpath numbers 105, 106, 107 and 108 all cross parts of the farm. There is a right of way along Lordsfold Lane from the A161 Haxey Lane, to the south eastern corner of the farm. The farm is sold subject to any other rights of way, reservation of minerals, water drainage, sporting rights, easements and other wayleaves and all rights of access whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Holdover 
The Vendor reserves the right to use the Grain Store until 31 March 2017.

Tenantright 
As it is envisaged that completion will take place post harvest there will be no tenantright payable nor will there be any consideration or allowance made whatsoever for dilapidations or any other deductions in these circumstances.

Nitrate Vulnerable Zone 
All of the farm lies within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.

Overage 
The farmyard is offered for sale subject to a development clause whereby 40% of any uplift in value, in excess of its existing value, is reserved to the Vendor for a period of forty years as from the date of completion.

Services 
There are main water, electricity and gas supplies to the property. Drainage is to the mains sewers.

Fixtures and Fittings 
All fixtures and fittings including carpets, curtains, curtain rails, light fittings and garden ornaments are excluded from the sale except where explicitly included.

Value Added Tax 
The sale price(s) is agreed on a VAT exclusive basis and the Purchaser(s) shall indemnify the Vendor for any VAT which may subsequently be payable.

Outgoings 
Isle of Axholme and North Nottinghamshire Water Level Management Board Assessable Area:- 61.32 acres Annual Value:- £2,515.00 2016/2017 drainage rates payable:- £326.70 North Lincolnshire Council Property Band ?D' 2016/2017 Council Tax:- £1,585.09

Health and Safety 
Given the potential hazards of a working farm, we ask that you are as vigilant as possible when viewing the farm for your own personal safety, particularly around the farm buildings.

Viewing 
Viewing is strictly by appointment with the Selling Agents on (01652) 653669.

Plans, Areas and Schedules 
The plan contained within these particulars is based on the Ordnance Survey National Grid and is for reference only. Purchaser(s) will be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the accuracy of the plan and the Schedule.

Additional Information 
A CD containing copies of all important documents relating to this property is available upon request.

Method of Sale 
The farm is offered for sale as a whole by informal tender. The Vendor does not undertake to accept the highest, or indeed, any offer, but best and final offers should be submitted in accordance with the following:- 1. Expressed as a lump sum total (not per acre). 2. Confirm full name and address of Purchaser. 3. Confirm full name and address of solicitor. 4. Confirm whether the offer is on the basis of cash, or conditional upon unconfirmed finance, or sale of other property. 5. Submitted in a sealed envelope marked ?The Homestead Farm Tender?. 6. Submitted not later than 12 noon on Friday 01 July 2016. To avoid the duplication of offers it is suggested that any tender submitted should be for an uneven amount of money. Furthermore escalating bids or offers made by reference to other bids are not acceptable. Interested parties are invited to discuss the matter further with Andrew Houlden of the Selling Agents on (01652) 653669 or mobile number 07970 126303.

LAND SCHEDULE 
RLR OS Parish Description Area Area RLR Area Field No. Field No. (Acres) (Hectares) (Hectares) 874pt Yard & Buildings 0.410 0.17 866pt Yard & Buildings 0.725 0.29 869 Arable 5.519 2.23 870 Arable 2.394 0.97 7965 870a Arable 0.544 0.22 8.64 904 Arable 5.831 2.36 905a Arable 3.845 1.56 905pt Arable 3.188 1.29 0153 901 Arable 5.650 2.29 2.34 902 Arable 4.755 1.92 8843 903 Arable 3.578 1.45 4.78 949 Arable 3.542 1.43 945pt Arable 3.544 1.43 0431 948 Arable 6.621 2.68 4.16 1331pt Part Lordsfold Lane 0.342 0.14 1329 Arable 3.856 1.56 1326 Arable 1.757 0.71 7826 1323 Arable 1.501 0.61 4.94 1322 Arable 1.855 0.75 942 Arable 0.608 0.25 943 Arable 2.542 1.03 TOTAL 62.607 25.34 24.86

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  • Crowle (7.0 mi)
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DDM Residential, Scunthorpe

46 Oswald Road, Scunthorpe, DN15 7PQ

01724 646111 Local call rate

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