4 bedroom farm for sale

Hurst Farm, Pinfold Lane, Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire, WS15 3AF

Sold STC £770,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Available as a whole or in three lots
  • Lot 1 : Hurst Farmhouse, Buildings and Land Extending to 8.60 acres (3.480 ha) GP: 600,000 - 650,000
  • Lot 2: Land Extending to 12.13 acres (4.909 ha) GP: 100,000 - 120,000
  • Lot 3: Land Extending to 7.61 acres (3.080 ha) GP: 70,000 - 75,000
  • For Sale By Informal Tender Closing Date: Wednesday 2nd May 2018 at 12 Noon

Full description

An attractive smallholding on the edge of the desirable village of Abbots Bromley, comprising a traditional 4 bedroom detached farmhouse, a range of farm buildings and adjoining pastureland extending in total to 30.40 acres (12.303 hectares).

Available as a whole or in three lots.

For Sale By Informal Tender
Closing Date: Wednesday 2nd May 2018 at 12 Noon


Location 
Abbots Bromley is a desirable village in a rural location where a range of amenities can be found, including a Primary School, Independent School, General Store, Butchers Shop, Doctors Surgery, four Public Houses, a Village Hall and two denominations of Church. The property is situated approximately 8 miles south of the town of Uttoxeter and approximately 5.5 mile north east of the town of Rugeley where further amenities can be found together with rail network links. The property also lies within 9 miles of the A50 Trunk road which also provides access to the A38 and further links to the cities of Derby, Stoke On Trent and Lichfield. Hurst Farm sits south east of the village of Abbots Bromley in a rural position with outlooks over surrounding unspoilt countryside. The property is accessed off Pinfold Lane via three gated entrances.

Directions 
Proceed out of the village of Abbots Bromley for approximately 1 mile along the B5014 towards Lichfield and take the left turn onto Pinfold Lane, as indicated by our 'For Sale' board. Continue on Pinfold Lane for approximately 0.5 miles where the property is located on the right as indicated by our 'For Sale' board.

Description 
Hurst Farm is an attractive small holding comprising a spacious 3 storey detached traditional farmhouse occupying a private rural position, together with a range of farm buildings and adjoining pasture land extending in total to approximately 30.40 acres (12.303 hectares). The farmhouse requires full modernisation throughout but offers an excellent opportunity to create a family home. The property offers ample accommodation over three floors comprising a large farmhouse kitchen with pantry and porch off, downstairs WC, two reception rooms, four bedrooms one with en-suite, a bathroom and three good size attic rooms. The property also enjoys a large lawned garden with mature borders as well as a large parking and turning area. The farm yard offers a range of brick and more modern agricultural buildings, one of which offers potential scope for development subject to gaining the necessary planning consents. The buildings occupy a compact and functional yard area which benefits...

Lot 1 : Hurst Farmhouse, Buildings and Land Extending to 8.60 acres (3.480 ha) 

Rear Entrance Porch 
14? x 4? 10? (4.26m x 1.48m) Exc. W.C
Quarry tile floor with part tiled walls, UPVC double glazed windows and door under a mono pitched roof with a downstairs W.C off.

Kitchen 
17? 3? (max) x 23? 2? (5.25m (max) x 7.05m)
A large farmhouse kitchen with fitted floor and wall units with quarry tile floor, beamed ceiling, Stanley oil fired range set into a large fire place with tiled splash back which fires the central heating (currently not working) and pantry off.

Pantry 
7? 4? x 15? 6? (2.24m x 4.73m)
Quarry tile floor with UPVC double glazed window, beamed ceiling, plumbing for a washing machine and housing the fuse board.

Dining Room 
16? (max) x 13? 6? (4.87m (max) x 4.12m)
Beamed ceiling, picture rail and an open fire with a slate hearth.

Sitting room 
15? 9? (max) x 15? 7? (4.79m (max) x 4.75m)
Twin aspect views with linking door to the kitchen, beamed ceiling, open fire set in a large inglenook fireplace with a stone breast and tiled hearth.

Entrance Hall 
18? 4? (max) x 6? 4? (5.6m (max) x 1.94m)
Beamed ceiling with front door leading out to the garden.

To The First Floor 

Bedroom One 
16? 5? (max) x 13? 11? (5m (max) x 4.24m) exc. En-suite
Large double bedroom off the First landing with beamed ceiling, double glazed UPVC windows and en-suite off comprising W.C, Basin and shower cubicle.

Bedroom Two 
8? 10? x 16? 4? (2.7m x 4.97m)
Double room with beamed ceiling, wooden single glazed window, concrete floor and accessed off the second landing.

Bedroom Three 
10? 10? x 12? 7? (3.31m x 3.84m)
Off the Third Landing, double room with beamed ceiling, double glazed UPVC windows containing the hot water cylinder and central heating pump.

Bedroom Four 
9? 1? x 12? 9? (2.76m x 3.88m)
Large single bedroom accessed off the Third Landing and via Bedroom Three with beamed ceiling and UPVC double glazed window.

Bathroom 
8? 11? x 6? 11? (2.46 m x 2.11m)
Part tiled walls with tiled floor, WC, basin, bath and shower cubicle, UPVC double glazed window and accessed off the Second Landing.

First Landing 
4? x 5? 9? (1.22m x 1.74m)
Beamed ceiling with wooden single glazed window and stairs off to the attic.

Second Landing 
3? 4?x 16? 4? (1.02m x 4.97m)
Beamed ceiling with UPVC double glazed window.

Third Landing 
22? x 3? 6? (6.92m x 1.06m) Max
Beamed ceiling with wooden single glazed window and stairs off to the Attic.

To The Attic 

Attic Room One 
20? 2?(max) x 16? 7? (6.15m (max) x 5.05m)
Concrete floor with UPVC double glazed window accessed off Third Landing.

Attic Room Two 
13? 7? x 16? 3?(max) (4.14m x 4.96m (max))
Concrete floor with exposed beams with UPVC window and accessed off First Landing.

Attic Room Three 
17? (max) x 13? 11? (5.19 (max) x 4.25m)
Concrete floor with exposed beam and wooden single glazed window and accessed off First Landing.

Externally 
The farmhouse is accessed off Pinfold Lane via an independent gated access from the farm yard. The property benefits from a large drive set in a courtyard formation where a single open front brick garage is located adjoining the farmhouse together with ample parking and turning area. To the front of the property there is large lawned garden with a pedestrian access gate to the side of the property, together with mature borders and shrubs.

Farm Buildings 

Building One 
35? 1? x 34? 5? (10.7m x 10.5m)
Three bay steel portal frame work shop with part block walls, part profile clad, profile roof, concrete floor, double doors and lean to off.

Building Two 
19? 11? x 60? (6.07m x 18.29m)
Four bay steel portal frame loose housing with part concrete floor, concrete block wall to one side, corrugated iron clad, cement asbestos roof and feed fence to one side.

Building Three 
16? 8? x 60? (5.09m x 18.29m)
Four bay steel portal frame building adjoining Building Two with concrete floor, cement asbestos roof and lean to off.

Building Four 
28? 8? x 60? (8.75m x 18.29m)
Four bay steel portal frame lean to off Building Three used for livestock housing with corrugated iron roof, part block wall and part concrete floor.

Building Five 
59? 1? x 39? 9? (18m x 12.12m)
Four bay steel portal frame shed with concrete floor, concrete block walls, cement asbestos sheet clad and roof and 12 foot to eaves.

Building Six 
Dilapidated brick under tile traditional barn. Please note, on inspecting this building must not be entered due to the uncertainty of its structural integrity and extra care must be taken when viewing.

Building Seven 
16? 9? x 36? 3? (5.11m x 11.05m)
Two storey brick under asbestos roof store shed with concrete floor, loft over and adjoining Building Nine.

Building Eight 
29? 6? x 17? 9? (8.99m x 5.41m)
Brick and block building adjoining Building Nine with a fibre cement roof and concrete floor.

Building Nine 
16? 2? x 22? 1? (4.93m x 6.73m)
Steel portal frame infill building adjoining Building Seven and Eight with concrete floor, fibre cement roof and garage door out to Pinfold Lane.

Building Ten 
28? 10? x 89? 2? (8.78m x 27.19m)
Six bay concrete portal frame former cubicle housing now used as loose housing with concrete floor, asbestos roof and feed fencing.

Building Eleven 
29? 4? x 89? 2? (8.95m x 27.19m)
Steel portal frame loose housing, adjoining Building Ten, concrete floor, concrete asbestos roof and Yorkshire boarding to eaves.

Building Twelve 
24? 10? x 34? 11? (7.56m x 10.64m)
Seven bay steel portal frame store shed with concrete floor, corrugated iron clad, asbestos roof and enclosed to one end.

Building Thirteen  
18? 2? x 60? 4? (5.53m x 18.4m)
Four bay steel framed mono pitch store with profile roof and earth floor.

Building Fourteen 
19? x 60? 11? (5.78m x 18.57m)
Mono pitch pole barn with earth floor and profile roof.

Slurry Store 
Concrete block construction.

Land Extending to 8.60 acres (3.480 ha) 
The pasture land sits within a ring fence lying directly to the south of the farm yard and house. The land comprises a single enclosure currently being used for grazing and mowing. The land is mainly bounded by mature hedgerow boundaries and benefits from a lane side access point together with yard access. The purchaser of Lot One and Lot Two will be equally responsible for renewing the fence/hedge line between points A and B marked on the sale plan. The land is mainly level in nature being suitable for grazing and mowing. The land sits at approximately 100 metres above sea level at its highest point and 95 metres above sea level at its lowest point. The land is classified as Grade 3 under the MAFF Agricultural Land Classification Scheme.

Lot 2: Land Extending to 12.13 acres (4.909 ha) 
A singular enclosure of pasture land benefiting from direct lane side access, currently being used for grazing and mowing. The land is mainly bounded by mature hedgerow boundaries together with Ash Brook to the eastern boundary. The land benefits from a natural water supply from Ash Brook. The property is also crossed by a public foot path to the western boundary traveling north to south. The land sits approximately 95 metres above sea level at its highest point and 88 metres above sea level at its lowest point. The land is classified as Grade 3 under the MAFF Agricultural Land Classification Scheme.

Lot 3: Land Extending to 7.61 acres (3.080 ha) 
The pasture land comprises a single enclosure benefiting from direct lane side access, currently being used for grazing and mowing. The land is mainly bounded by mature hedgerow boundaries together with Ash Brook to the western boundary. The land benefits from a natural water supply from Ash Brook. The land is slightly sloping in nature, sitting approximately 95 metres above sea level at its highest point and 88 metres above sea level at its lowest point. The land is classified as Grade 3 under the MAFF Agricultural Land Classification Scheme.

General Information 

Services 
The property benefits from mains electric and water, together with private drainage by way of a septic tank. The property also benefits from central heating which is fired by the oil fired Stanley Rayburn (currently not working). It is understood that there is a mains water supply to the majority of the buildings. Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the availability and suitability of these services

Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements 
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements in existence at the time of the sale. It is understood that Lot 2 is crossed by public footpath Abbots Bromley 24.

Tenure & Possession 
The freehold of the property is being offered with vacant possession upon completion.

Viewing 
Strictly by appointment through the Uttoxeter office of Bagshaws on 01889 562811.

Fencing Liabilities 
The purchasers of Lot 1 and Lot 2 will be required to erect a stock proof fence/hedge line at their own cost, with cost being equally shared, along points marked A B on the sale plan attached with a specification and time frame to be agreed between parties.

Local Authority 
East Staffordshire Borough Council, The Maltsters, Wetmore Road, Burton Upon Trent, DE14 1LS Tel: 01283 508 000

Council Tax 
The property is believed to be within Council Tax band G.

EPC Rating G 

Solicitors 
Astle Paterson Solicitors, Clay House, 5 Horninglow Street, Burton Upon Trent, DE14 1NG Tel: 01283 531 366 Ref: Mr M Whitaker

Basic Payment Scheme 
The land is registered under the Basic Payment Scheme and a claim will be submitted by the vendors for the 2018 claim period with payment for this year to be retained by the sellers. Relevant entitlements for the property will be transferred, if required, to the purchaser subject to an administration fee of £175 plus VAT to be paid to Bagshaws.

Method of sale 
The property is for sale by Informal Tender and all tenders should be made in writing on the specified tender form. All tenders are to be received by 12 NOON WEDNESDAY 2nd May 2018.

Money Laundering Regulations:  
Due to recent changes in legislation, all buyers must provide relevant documentation in order to provide proof of their identity and place of residence. The documentation collected is for this purpose only and will not be disclosed to any other party. This documentation must be provided at the time of the tender is submitted.

Conditions of Sale 
The property is for sale by Informal tender and all tenders should be made in writing on the specific tender for available from the selling agents. The successful purchaser will be required to exchange contracts within two weeks of the receipt of a draft contract.

Agents Notes: 
Bagshaws LLP have made every reasonable effort to ensure these details offer an accurate and fair description of the property but give notice that all measurements, distances and areas referred to are approximate and based on information available at the time of printing. These details are for guidance only and do not constitute part of the contract for sale. Bagshaws LLP and their employees are not authorised to give any warranties or representations in relation to the sale.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Nearest stations

  • Rugeley Trent Valley (4.0 mi)
  • Rugeley Town (5.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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69 Derby Road, Uttoxeter, ST14 8EB

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Nearest stations

  • Rugeley Trent Valley (4.0 mi)
  • Rugeley Town (5.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Bagshaws, Uttoxeter

69 Derby Road, Uttoxeter, ST14 8EB

01889 748005 Local call rate

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