3 bed house with land and buildings for sale39.32 Acres - Ellers Farm, Blyton Carr
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- Well presented detached bungalow
- 39.32 Acres (15.91 ha) of Land
- Traditional & Modern Outbuildings
- Potential to convert outbuildings (subject to planning)
A detached bungalow (subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition) with approximately 37.73 acres of land. There is also a former cottage (derelict) together with a large range of traditional farm buildings suitable for conversion (subject to Planning). In addition there is a range of modern agricultural buildings including a corn store.
ELLERS FARM, CARR LANE, BLTYON CARR, GAINSBOROUGH, DN21 3EU A detached bungalow (subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition) with approximately 37.73 acres of land. There is also a former cottage (derelict) together with a large range of traditional farm buildings suitable for conversion (subject to Planning). In addition there is a range of modern agricultural buildings including a corn store.
LOCATION The farm is located directly off Carr Lane to the east of the village of East Stockwith. Gainsborough is approximately 4.5 miles to the South East with Scunthorpe 14 miles to the North.
MAIN RESIDENCE Detached brick bungalow with tiled roof constructed in the early 1980’s. The property is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition (details are available from the Agents). The bungalow extends in total to 147.7m² (1,600 ft²).
The accommodation comprises:-
KITCHEN/DINER 11′ 7" x 10′ 7" (3.55m x 3.25m) Handmade English oak fully fitted kitchen, integral cooker (new) and electric hob. Dishwasher, integrated fridge-freezer, granite sink and drainer.
LOUNGE 10′ 5" x 22′ 9" (3.2m x 6.95m) Ornamental fireplace with decorative surround and electric fire.
BEDROOM 1 13′ 9" x 11′ 11" (4.2m x 3.65m) Fitted wardrobes.
BEDROOM 2 10′ 4" x 10′ 0" (3.15m x 3.05m) Fitted wardrobes.
BEDROOM 3 10′ 4" x 8′ 4" (3.15m x 2.55m) Fitted wardrobe with cabin bed.
BATHROOM Bath, separate walk in shower, hand basin. Heated towel rail, w.c. and fully tiled walls.
CONSERVATORY Dwarf brick walls with tiled floor.
LOFT SPACE 30′ 10" x 9′ 6" (9.4m x 2.9m) Boarded out and would be suitable for 4th bedroom, games or play room.
OUTSIDE Given the potential hazards of an old property we would ask that viewers should be as vigilant as possible when making an inspection for their own personal safety. Prospective purchasers may enter the farm buildings at their own risk.
SERVICES Mains water, mains electricity and drainage to septic tank. The heating is via wall mounted electric heaters. The septic tank is not up to current standards and a quote has been obtained to carry out the necessary works.
FORMER FARM HOUSE (75.26 m² over 2 floors) Traditional brick and pantile construction forming part of the original farmhouse for the holding.
TRADITIONAL BRICK BARN (272 m² over 2 floors) Large traditional two storey barn with potential to develop (subject to Planning). Constructed from brick with pantile roof, most recently used for general agricultural storage.
TRADITIONAL CREW YARD (500 m²) Single storey brick buildings in a courtyard arrangement with cement board roof, with potential to develop (subject to Planning).
GRAIN STORE (346 m²) The main building has half brick walls with tin cladding above and cement board roof. Concrete floor, fan house to the rear with wooden central tunnel. Steel framed lean-to with ventilated floor, grain walling with tin sheeting above.
LEAN-TO MACHINERY SHED (160 m²) Steel framed building annexed to corn dryer. Corrugated steel sheet cladding to elevations, cement board roof, open fronted.
LAND The land extends to approximately 37.73 Acres (15.27 Hectares) with 18.58 Acres being arable and 19.15 Acres of permanent pasture.
Land is classified as Grade ll on the Agricultural Land Classification Maps.
All the land is under-drained. The grassland has a stock proof fence and mains water (with separate water metre).
SK8094 0346 – 0.82 hectares (2.03 acres) – arable
SK8094 1043 – 2.51 hectares (6.20 acres) – arable
SK7994 7616 – 4.19 hectares (10.35 acres) – grassland
SK7994 8808 – 7.75 hectares (19.15 acres) – grassland
Farmstead – 0.64 hectares (1.59 acres) – house, yard, buildings
TOTAL – 15.91 hectares (39.32 acres)
A further field of 5.75 hectares (14.20 acres) may be available by further negotiation.
TENURE/HOLDOVER The land is currently Let on a Farm Business Tenancy (FBT) the current tenants will vacate the grassland from the 1st November 2022. The two arable field will be vacated as soon as the 2022 cereal crop is harvested,
The current tenants would be interested in continuing to rent the land from the new owner should the purchaser not wish to occupy all the land.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME The relevant number of Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) Entitlements will be transferred with the land. The current Tenants will claim and retain the 2022 BPS Payments. The purchaser will be expected to indemnify the claimants against any breach of Cross Compliance until 31st December 2022.
WAYLEAVES/EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY The property is offered for sale subject to all existing rights, including right’s of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies, and other rights, easements, quasi-easements, and all wayleaves whether referred to in these particulars or not.
OUTGOINGS The farmhouse is Council Tax Band D. A small annual payment is due for drainage rates on the land (approximately £8 per acre).
BOUNDARIES The buyer(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the seller nor the selling agent will be responsible for defining the boundaries or their ownership.
TENURE & POSSESSION Freehold. Vacant Possession will be granted on the house and buildings on completion. Vacant Possession will be granted on the grassland from the 1st November 2022. The two arable field will be vacated as soon as the 2022 cereal crop is harvested,
METHOD OF SALE The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty.
BUYER IDENTITY CHECKS Prospective purchasers will be required to provide the necessary identification for the purposes of the Anti-money laundering regulations.
BROCHURE & PHOTOGRAPHY The particulars of sale were prepared in February 2022 in accordance with the Sellers instructions.
LOCAL AUTHORITY West Lindsey District Council.
SOLICITORS Ref: Steven Hardy
Burton and Dyson
22 Market Place
HEALTH & SAFETY Given the potential hazards of an old property we would ask that viewers should be as vigilant as possible when making an inspection for their own personal safety. Prospective purchasers may enter the farm buildings at their own risk.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the selling agent.