Land for salePillerton Priors, Pillerton Priors, Warwick, CV35
Guide Price £795,000
A compact and well located small farm with great potential to establish a dwelling.
Comprising well established pasture land on the edge of a sought after village with an extensive range of modern livestock and general farm buildings (approx 22,000 sq ft), hardstanding yards, livery yard with American barn and horse walker.
In total approximately 49.47 acres
Dickensbury Farm is on the northern edge of the sought after village of Pillerton Priors in south Warwickshire. The larger village of Ettington is about 1.5 miles to the east.
The property is located just off the A422 leading onto the A429 and Fosse Way.
The M40 can be accessed at Gaydon (junction 12) 6.5 miles to the north east, or at Banbury (junction 11) 11.5 miles to the east.
The nearest main line railway stations are at Banbury and Moreton in the Marsh (both about 11 miles distant), both having services to London. Stratford upon Avon station is about 7.5 miles distant which has services to Birmingham.
The farm comprises approximately 49.47 acres of gently undulating pasture land, enclosures together with a further range of smaller paddocks close to the farm buildings. The land is classified as Grade 3 on the former MAFF land classification maps and is all down to pasture but some of it is likely to be ploughable if required. OS 6239 is ridge & furrow.
The land is detailed on the enclosed plan.
The farm buildings are approached from Walton Lane over a stone drive leading between small conifer trees. To the left is a small area used as an orchard and vegetable patch and to the right are a number of fenced and railed paddocks for horses.
The livery yard is an established operation and is a good source of alternative income whether operated in hand or let out to a yard manager.
The farm buildings comprise the following.
Concrete portal framed barn (22.24m x 17.58m) now used as an American barn housing 10 galvanised and timber Loddon stable boxes together with a feed area and fully enclosed concrete block secure tack room with mezzanine storage above.
3 bay (9.27m x 18.42m) steel frame lean-to with concrete floor, profile steel sheet roof and walls.
Pole barn lean-to (8.40m x 6.09m) housing an open storage area and also housing 2 x 20ft shipping containers connected together to comprise a further tack room and mess room for the livery yard.
33ft x 10ft mobile home with planning permission for use as a staff welfare area, comprising living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
7 bay (30.48m x 12.20m) steel portal frame open fronted livestock shed with fibre cement roof, feed passage with roof overhang, space boarding and crash barrier walls, concrete floor.
Extensive concrete yard.
Open cattle yard (formerly a manège) with hardcore floor and pre-cast concrete and crash barrier walls.
2 bay (7.46m x 5.62m) concrete block, monopitch ex-pig sties with timber felted roof and steel sheeted wall to rear.
6 bay (21.96m x 12.19m) steel portal frame workshop with concrete floor, blockwork walls, profile steel cladding and fibre cement roof, steel sheeted gate to one end and personnel door to the other end.
Steel portal frame 4 bay (18.28m x 24.38m) modern general purpose agricultural building with pre-cast concrete panel walls with insulated plastic coated steel cladding and roof. 3 bays having electric roller shutter doors and 1 bay split into a workshop area with further storage area to the rear. Concrete floor, small block work lean-to providing toilet facility and wash area. Hardcore yard to front and large rainwater storage tank.
20ft shipping container with lean-to field shelter.
5 bay (5.91m x 22.7m) steel portal frame storage building with concrete floor, fibre cement roof, profile steel walls and crash barrier sides (with planning consent for a further equal size lean-to to the rear).
Lean-to (12m x 12m) steel frame monopitch building with steel cladding and side opening doors.
Buildings and Yard Area
Measurements have been taken from Ordnance Survey digital mapping and the DEFRA Rural Land Register maps.
Rights of Way
Potential purchasers should make themselves aware that there is a footpath which runs across the land (shown by the dotted line on the plan). The land is also subject to an 11kVA electric line which crosses the property.The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, easements and services that may exist over the same whether disclosed or not.
The mobile home on site has planning permission for use as a staff welfare area, but not for permanent residential occupation.
In the agent’s opinion there is potential to convert one of the buildings into a dwelling using Class Q permitted development rights, alternatively to seek permission for a new agricultural worker's dwelling on the basis of a livestock enterprise. The agents can give further advice on this via our in-house planning team.
There is also potential for alternative commercial use of some of the buildings, subject to any necessary consents.
The property benefits from a mains water connection and a single phase mains electricity connection. Drainage is to a private system.
Plan, Area & Description
The plan, area and description are believed to be correct in every way but no claim will be entertained by the vendor or their agents in respect of any error, omissions or misdescription. The plan is for identification purposes only.
Warwickshire County Council Tel. 01926 410410
Severn Trent Water www.stwater.co.uk
Western Power Distribution www.westernpower.co.uk
Strictly by prior appointment through the agent’s Rugby office on 01788 564680 or
Vacant possession will be given upon completion.
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