Warren House Farm, LN3 5TQ
Warren House Farm is located 3 miles to east of Bardney, 1 mile to the west of Bucknall, 6 miles to the west of Horncastle and only 12 miles to the east of Lincoln. Plans and general location of the farm is included within these particulars. The approach to the farm is over a pedestrian and vehicular roadway, which runs past the historic Tupholme Abbey which leads on to the farm giving easy access to the house, yard, buildings and the 2 blocks of land located to the north and south of the public bridleway.
Warren House Farm comprises approximately 64.291 acres (26.01 hectares) of land in total including the house (possibly 2 cottages originally), traditional farm buildings and more recent additions. Land is located to the north and south of the public bridleway and is shown more particularly on the plan attached included in these particulars. It should be noted that the house will be benefit from considerable renovation and refurbishment and both the traditional buildings and the more recent buildings of the yard are in various stages of repair/disrepair.
The offering at Warren House Farm provides an almost unique opportunity to acquire a small rural/residential farm in an unusual position and will provide the opportunity for a purchaser to create an individual and special environment.
The land Is Grade 3 according to land classification of England and Wales.
The soils are on the borders of the Beccles 2 and Hallsworth 2 series.
The tenure of the farm is freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.
There will be no charge for Tenantright.
There will be no allowance for dilapidations.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME:
Rural Payments Agency - Registered land: The land is registered under the RPA scheme but because no claim has been made in the last 2 years, there are no Entitlements available with the farm. All enquiries regarding future matters relating to RPA payments should be directed to the RPA. Copies of the Rural Land Register Plans in respect of the farm are available upon request from the Vendor´s Agents. These include some areas of permanent grassland and it is important that interested parties avail themselves of the opportunity to having sight of these RPA documents which provide full details as to the total area of the Holding, the BPS eligible areas and a breakdown of the ineligible areas.
COUNTRYSIDE STEWARDSHIP SCHEME:
As far as we are aware, the land has not been entered into a Countryside Stewardship Scheme.
NITRATE VULNERABLE ZONE (NVZ):
The farm lies within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.
Interested parties must make their own specific enquiries with the relevant service providers. It appears that mains electricity and water have been connected to the farm in the past.
Parties are recommended to make their own specific enquiries with regards to all matters to services and no warranty is given whatsoever.
No quotas are available with the sale of the farm.
WAYLEAVES AND EASEMENTS:
There is a wayleave agreement in favour of Western Power Distribution in connection with four poles and overhead wires which lead to the farm from a south westerly direction. There is also a permanent easement from mains gas supplier which crosses the farm.
Copies of both agreements are available on request from the vendors agents.
RIGHTS OF WAY AND EASEMENTS:
It should be noted that there is a public bridleway which runs from the public road to the north west (Horncastle Road) through the farm to join Campney Lane to the east. This is signposted at the entrance close to Tupholme Abbey.
SPORTING RIGHTS, MINERALS & TIMBER:
So far as these are owned, these rights are included in the sale of the property. The shooting rights are currently let up to and including 1st February 2021.
With regard to all questions regarding Planning, particularly in connection with the future of Warren House Farm, these should be directed to the Planning Department of East Lindsey District Council.
The house is subject is to Council Tax and the land subject to Drainage Rates payable to Witham Third District Internal Drainage Board.
The land has not been beneficially cropped to any great extent in the last few years. However, hay has been taken off part of the land where there have been some areas of temporary pheasant cover and the rest is grass. We are not aware of the historical cropping records
These were taken/prepared September/October 2020.
METHOD OF SALE:
The farm is offered For Sale as a whole by Private Treaty as a guide price at £500,000 (five hundred thousand pounds), subject to contract.
If parties have an interest in part only they should contact the vendors agents to discuss this in more detail. The vendor ideally wishes to sell the farm as a whole however.
VALUE ADDED TAX:
We are not aware that VAT is payable in addition to the purchase price but should for any reason a tax be paid before completion then VAT would be payable at the prevailing rate, currently 20%.
PLANS, AREAS AND SCHEDULES:
The plans and areas have been prepared as accurately as reasonably possible and are based on the Ordnance Survey, Rural Land Registry and LPIS Plans. The plans included in these Particulars are published for convenience and / or identification purposes only and although believed to be correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. The purchaser(s) will be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description and extent of the property including field/farm areas together with the ownership of the boundaries. According to the original Deeds, the farm extends to 64.291 acres (26.01 hectares). As per the RPA/RLR Register, the gross area is 63.23 acres (25.59 hectares). Interested parties should ensure that they take whatever measures they wish to verify the gross area of the farm. A break down of the original Ordnance Survey numbers and the more recent details from the RLR are provided on the next page of these Particulars.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE (EPC):
The property is currently rated E
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Energy Performance CertificatesEPC 1
Warren House Farm, LN3 5TQ
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Metheringham Station5.9 miles
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