The opportunity to acquire an excellent small holding property which has seen considerable improvement since its purchase. With the demolition of a range of former equestrian buildings and the construction of a dual apex built commercial specification portal framed building provides fantastic potential for commercial, agricultural or lifestyle farming uses.
Surrounding the buildings can be found a substantial concrete pad area with concrete panelled retaining walls. To the west of the side can be found the residential element of the property which comprises currently of the foundations to floor slab base for a three bedroomed detached house. Consent was granted under planning application 12/00069/FUL dated 3rd July 2012. This limits the occupation of the house (to a person solely or mainly working or last working in the locality in agricultural equine and/or forestry (as defined in Section 3.3.6 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1999) (including any dependent of such a person residing with him) or a widow or widower of such a person and to any resident dependents.
The land comprises of in total 17.52 acres [7.09 hectares] of arable land classified under the Agricultural Land Classification Maps for England and Wales as being Grade 2 and under the Cranfield Soil and AgriFood Institute Soilscape Maps as Soilscape 26 being a raised bog of peat texture, of low fertility which, once drained, provides excellent arable and horticultural cropping but constant cultivation leads to gradual loss of peat through wind erosion and oxidization. The land had been utilised for arable cropping and at the date of inspection was fallow.
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