Farm land for sale

Bucks Green, Bedingfield, Eye, Suffolk

Guide Price £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4-bay garage (10.31m x 6.42m) A timber clad and pantile roofed period garage building with double doors to each bay.
  • Grain store (27.32m x 26.80m) constructed of concrete portal frame with lean-tos to either side with corrugated asbestos roof and plastic coated sheeting over 1.64metre concrete block (truncated)
  • Pig stalls (16.00m x 9.20m) range of stalls constructed of brick walls with corrugated asbestos roof and concrete floor.
  • Former pig rearing building (36.39m x 10.60m) timber clad with corrugated asbestos roof and divided into various pens.
  • Former grain storage facility (51.10m x 18.29m) constructed of part concrete and part steel portal frame with brick and concrete block walls under mainly corrugated asbestos cladding and (truncated)
  • Open fronted store (18.50m x 5.53m) 5- bay steel portal frame store with brick walls under corrugated asbestos cladding and roof with concrete floor.
  • Store (12.61m x 7.77m) concrete block walls and corrugated iron cladding under corrugated asbestos roof.
  • Traditional barn (24.10m x 13.13m) a traditional timber framed barn with more modern lean-tos.
  • The barn is timber clad with a sheeting roof with the lean-tos having concrete block walls with some timber cladding and all having a concrete floor. It could be suitable for conversion (truncated)
  • Former pig building (32.02m x 10.45m) Constructed of brick and concrete block walls under a corrugated asbestos roof. The building is divided into seven separate pens with a feed passage (truncated)

Full description

The farm buildings at Bedingfield House Farm are extensive and reflect that for forty years the farm was the centre of a significant arable and livestock enterprise. They are wide-ranging and
varied and have provided commodity handling and storage facilities, pig breeding, rearing and fattening accommodation as well as machinery and equipment storage. They comprise the following:
1. 4-bay garage (10.31m x 6.42m) A timber clad and pantile roofed period garage building with double doors to each bay.
2. Grain store (27.32m x 26.80m) constructed of concrete portal frame with lean-tos to either side with corrugated asbestos roof and plastic coated sheeting over 1.64metre concrete block grain
walls with concrete floor and roller shutter door.
3. Pig stalls (16.00m x 9.20m) range of stalls constructed of brick walls with corrugated asbestos roof and concrete floor.
4. Former pig rearing building (36.39m x 10.60m) timber clad with corrugated asbestos roof and divided into various pens.
5. Former grain storage facility (51.10m x 18.29m) constructed of part concrete and part steel portal frame with brick and concrete block walls under mainly corrugated asbestos cladding and roof
providing 4 on-floor stores, handling equipment, dryer, reception pit and wet grain bins.
6. Open fronted store (18.50m x 5.53m) 5- bay steel portal frame store with brick walls under corrugated asbestos cladding and roof with concrete floor.
7. Store (12.61m x 7.77m) concrete block walls and corrugated iron cladding under corrugated asbestos roof.
8. Traditional barn (24.10m x 13.13m) a traditional timber framed barn with more modern lean-to's. The barn is timber clad with a sheeting roof with the lean-tos having concrete block walls with
some timber cladding and all having a concrete floor. It could be suitable for conversion to a number of alternative uses (subject to planning).
9. Former pig building (32.02m x 10.45m) Constructed of brick and concrete block walls under a corrugated asbestos roof. The building is divided into seven separate pens with a feed
passage and could be converted (subject to planning) into use ancillary to the house such as storage, office, home gym.
10. Grain store (27.46m x 26.88m) a large scale grain store constructed of concrete portal frame with brick grain walling to 1.90 metres with corrugated asbestos cladding and roof and
concrete floor. The building could be converted into entertaining space, indoor play area or stabling (subject to planning) and ancillary to the principal house.

The farmbuildiings are generally surrounded by large areas of concrete with beyond 2.45 acres of level farmland.

Bedingfield Farmbuidings are located in a rural yet accessible part of Suffolk. The farm is only about 5½ miles to the east of the A140 Ipswich to Norwich trunk road. The large village of Debenham is located about 3½ miles to the south and can provide for most everyday shopping requirements as well as having a village school and a number of hostelries. The larger former market towns of Eye (5 miles) and Framlingham (9 miles) provide a wider range of facilities with the county town of Ipswich (17 miles) providing a full range of regional level commercial, retail and leisure services and facilities.

The A140 trunk road provides good access to both Norwich and Ipswich, linking with the A14 and the national motorway network beyond. There are regular mainline train services to London Liverpool Street from Diss (10 miles) and Stowmarket (13½ miles) which take about 1hr 35 minutes and 1hr 25 minutes respectively. There is air travel available from Norwich City Airport (38 miles) and Stansted Airport (65 miles) and ferry services from Harwich International Port (48 miles).


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07 October 2018

Nearest station

  • Diss (7.9 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Diss (7.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Strutt & Parker, Eastern Estates & Farm Agency - Ipswich

The Stables, Wherstead Park, Wherstead, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP9 2BJ

01473 851418 Local call rate

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