3 bedroom farm for saleQuedgeley, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2
Sold STC 125 ac. | £1,625,000
- 125 acres (50.6 hectares)
- 1 Bathroom
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
- 2012 Approx Sq Ft
Full descriptionAn attractive 125 Acre mixed farm situated south west of Gloucester close to the River Severn. Comprising character farmhouse & versatile farmbuildings. (Available as a whole or lots)
Gloucester City Council Tel: 01452 396396 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
By prior appointment with the selling agents: Voyce Pullen 01454 269486 / Grant & Co 01531 637341
From the M5 (junction 12) head towards Gloucester and at the Cross Keys roundabout take the A38 southbound towards Bristol; after a very short distance turn right (Pound Lane) signposted Hardwicke Church; continue on this road passing the Church on the right hand side and on into Sellers Road; at the next roundabout (approximately 1 mile from the A38) bear left signposted Elmore, Longney and Epney; continue over the canal bridge and take the first right hand turn after approximately 1 mile (signposted Stonebench and Gloucester); continue on this road and Severn Farm will be found on the right hand side after approximately ½ mile. Alternatively the property can be approached from Quedgeley via Elmore Lane (west) and the Canal Crossing at Rea Bridge.
The sale of Severn Farm offers an opportunity to acquire a small mixed farm which comes to the market following the death of Mr Richard Prout. The attractive red brick farmhouse currently comprises two reception rooms and usual domestic offices on the ground floor and three first floor bedrooms. With useful attic space and an unused above ground cellar the house offers considerable potential to refurbish and modernise (subject to any planning necessary). There are extensive gardens around the house which enjoy views towards the River Severn. To the east of the house is a range of mainly brick built traditional agricultural buildings with potential for other uses again subject to any necessary planning. The other farm buildings on the site reflect the changes which have taken place in the farming of the holding over the years. Lying on three sides of the farmstead is the level farmland which has been both in pasture and arable production in the recent past. There is a (truncated)
The property is for sale either as a whole or in lots. Please note that although we have suggested some suitable lotting the Vendors would be prepared to consider alternative arrangements providing that simultaneous sales take place on all parts. The main farmstead is offered with approximately 85 Acres (34 hectares); the remaining land is offered in three further lots.
Tenure & possession
The property is offered with Freehold Tenure and with Vacant Possession on all parts upon completion.
Mains water to the farmhouse, farm buildings and some of the land. Mains electricity to the house and buildings Private Drainage The farmhouse has oil fired central heating to radiators
Rights Of Way, Easements, Covenants Etc.
The property is sold subject to any rights, benefits or incidents of tenure which affect it. In particular, but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, prospective buyers should note: Lot 1 Electricity wires supported on towers and pylons cross the land. A Severn Trent Sewer pipe runs under the land. Water pipes cross the southern part of the land with Severn Trent apparatus on field NG3929. The land is crossed by public footpaths. On the southern and eastern boundaries of Lot 1, where the farm adjoins the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal, there is a narrow strip of land which is not included with the Freehold of the property but which is unfenced and which was farmed by the late Mr Prout under Agreements with the canal authorities dated 1st August 1940 and 27th September 2005. NG1495 there is private drainage apparatus situated on the field for the benefit of the adjoining property known as The Elms; rights of access will be reserved for (truncated)
M5 (Junction 2) 4 miles, Gloucester 3½ miles
The property is situated to the south west of Gloucester, beyond the suburban area of Quedgeley, and lies between the River Severn to the north and the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal to the south.
The main part of the farm (the majority of Lot 1 and Lot 4) is within the administrative area of Gloucester City Council, other parts (Lots 2 and 3) are within Elmore and Hardwicke parishes administered by Stroud District Council.
Council Tax Severn Farm House Band E Amount payable 2016-17 - £1915.13 (Parish of Quedgeley)
It is the Vendors intention that an overage provision should be included within the sale to cover the eventuality of residential or commercial development taking place on the farm within a period of 20 Years. Further details are available on this from the Selling Agents.
Basic Payment Scheme
Entitlements relating to the land under the BPS will be included in the sale; the cost of transferring these Entitlements to be met by the Purchaser(s).
Pre Entry before Completion
Subject to the usual guarantees early access will be allowed onto the farmland after exchange of contracts and before completion to carry out essential agricultural operations.
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