4 bedroom detached house for saleEarthcott Green, Alveston, Bristol, Gloucestershire, BS35
Under Offer £2,500,000
- 2 Bathrooms
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Reception Rooms
- 3257 Approx Sq Ft
A productive and well maintained, ring fenced Livestock Farm in a well served location
* Bristol 10 miles, Bath 19 miles, Gloucester 25 miles, Cheltenham 34 miles * Road: M4/M5 (Almondsbury Interchange) 5 miles * Railway: Bristol Parkway (5.5 miles), Bristol Temple Meads (10 miles) * Airport: Bristol (22 miles), Cardiff (53 miles) Birmingham (83 miles)
Angers Farm is situated 10 miles to the north east of Bristol and 25 miles south of Gloucester, with good access to the M4 and M5 motorways - Almondsbury Interchange is 5 miles to the south west.
Basic Payment Scheme
The Entitlements which relate to the farm will be included in the sale. Prospective Buyers should note - depending on the timing of the sale: * The Purchaser(s) will be required to observe the cross compliance regulations until 31st December 2016 to safeguard any claim made by the Vendor. * At their expense, the Purchaser(s) will be responsible for the transfer of the Entitlements, but the Vendor will give his reasonable co-operation with this.
Pre-Entry Before Completeion
Subject to exchange of contracts, the Vendor will be prepared to discuss early entry for ongoing crop management.
Viewings are strictly by Appointment Only. Please contact the Selling Agent.
From the M4/M5 Interchange, join the A38 and head north signposted Thornbury for approximately 2.5 miles; continue through the village of Rudgeway and turn right at the traffic lights onto the B4427/B4059 (Church Road) signposted Latteridge and Iron Acton. Continue for approximately 1.7 miles over the M5 Motorway an on entering Earthcott take the next right onto the Old Gloucester Road (B4427) signposted to Hambrook. Continue approximately 300 metres and by the small "40" sign, turn right and travel along Oldfields Lane taking you directly to Angers Farm.
Fodder remaining on the farm at completion must be taken to by the incomer at an agreed valuation.
Summary of Lotting
A summary of lotting for the land can be found within the brochure, or available upon request from the Selling Agent.
South Gloucestershire Council: 01454 868009.
Band " "F" - £2,262.25 (2016/17).
This property is Grade II Listed.
R-O-W, Easements, Covenants
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: * Footpaths cross the farm heading to the motorway, over which there is a footbridge. * Electricity wires supported on wooden poles cross the land supplying the farmstead and a neighbouring holding. * A gas main crosses the farm from a point adjacent to the motorway footbridge in a southerly direction. Further details on any of the above can be obtained by the Selling Agents.
Angers Farm will be sold without any ongoing uplift/overage clauses affecting any planning permissions for non-agricultural development in the future.
Angers Farm is not within any current Environmental Scheme.
* The sale of Angers Farm provides a rare opportunity to purchase a first class pasture farm located in the Berkeley Vale. * The farm comes to the market following the current owner's decision to retire from farming; being the third generation of the family to reside at Angers Farm since 1908. * The farmhouse was built in the 17th Century with further additions made about 150 years' ago. * Internally the accommodation is well laid out with 2 well-proportioned reception rooms, a good sized kitchen/breakfast room, utility, second kitchen/boot room, and office, 4 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. * The Farmhouse has been well-maintained and is in good decorative order throughout, and was completely re-roofed in the mid 1990's.
* The farm has a good range of modern and traditional buildings central to the farmstead. * Substantial and well-maintained stone barn offering potential for development (subject to the necessary consents). * A range of traditional stone and tile livestock buildings * Atcost fodder building with lean-to. * Covered livestock yard and a range of Atcost cubicles with housing for 120 cows. * A traditional Hosier parlour is still used to milk the British Friesian Dairy Herd. * Gated concrete yards surround the buildings with a traditional slurry store located to the west of the complex.
* 166 Acres (67 Hectares) of level, ring-fenced pasture land. * The land (which is all pasture) is divided into convenient and easily worked enclosures, all with water supply. * The soils of loamy/clay type have been well managed over the years and offer ongoing fertility for grass and/or cereal production. *
Mains water to the farmhouse, farm buildings and land (metered from the Rudgeway Road). Mains electricity to the house and buildings. Private drainage (cesspit). Some LPG heating to the farmhouse in addition to the oil-fired Aga, which also provides some heating. There is currently no mains gas supply.
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