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Farm for sale, Lechlade


17th of november, 2012 01:42
Bare pasture with planning permission for 5MW solar farm. Old WW2 airfield. Great access. Arable improvement potential. 40 acre plot with solar planning permission. In total 152.78 acres. Available as a whole or in two lots. Lot 1 - Lot 1 extends to 103.43 acres of Grade 3 land and is all currently in grass. On 20th June 2011, West Oxfordshire District Council granted planning permission for the 5MW solar farm on a 40 acre field marked by green hatching on the plan. The solar farm has the potential to generate enough energy to satisfy the needs of 1,200 homes. The area of land covered by panels is only on a 40 acres plot. The land has been unused for a number of years and this proposal presents an opportunity to restore the land increasing both biodiversity and productivity. For further details about the planning permission please contact the vendor’s agent. In all about 103. Lot 2 - The land in Lot 2, as in Lot 1 also, is Grade 3. It is a shallow well drained lime rich calcareous loamy soil over limestone and is currently all down to grass. On the easterly boundary can be found the remainder of one of the runways providing good access to the land. In all about 49.35 acres Burford 3 miles Oxford 23 miles Central London 81 miles (All distances are approximate).
Farm for sale, Wantage


8th of april, 2014 22:27
Bedrooms: 2
LOCATION The village of East Hendred lies at the foot of the Berkshire downs in South Oxfordshire in an area of outstanding natural beauty offering good access to the market towns of Wantage, Didcot and Abingdon with the A34 road network only 5 minutes drive. Within the village there are two primary schools, three public houses and a thriving village stores/ post office plus numerous clubs and societies covering the complete age range, The property is situated on the southern edge of the village with access to surrounding cycle routes and the historic ridgeway. Didcot mainline station (c.5 miles) offers access to London (Paddington) in around 45 minutes. .
Farm for sale,


27th of june, 2013 23:09
Traditional range of agricultural barns/outbuildings benefitting from full detailed planning permission for their conversion into 7 residential units (full residential use) together with installation of a mini sewage plant. Access to the outbuildings is via a newly constructed driveway. Situated in pleasant rural location surrounded by open countryside. Description Planning permission has been granted under planning reference 47C105B for the conversion of existing outbuildings into seven residential units (full residential use) and installation of a mini sewage plan. Access to the outbuildings is via a newly constructed driveway. Notice Of Decision Granted Planning notice dated 14th January 2008. Reference number 47C105B. We are informed by the Local Authority that as works have commences at the entrance of the site, they confirm that planning permission has been safeguarded. Planning Authority Anglesey County Council, Council Offices, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7TW. Planning Authority A copy of the decision and proposed units may be inspected at Morgan Evans & Company Limited, Head Office, 28-30 Church Street, Llangefni, Anglesey at any time during normal office hours. Services To be connected by the purchaser. NB The plan provided with these particulars is not to scale and is merely provided as a means of identifying the approximate location of the plot. Range of traditional agricultural barns. Planning permission for conversion. 7 residential units. Construction of new vehicular & pedestrian access. Pleasant rural location with open countryside. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. All measurements are approximate.
Farm for sale,


14th of march 05:55
Bedrooms: 5
A stunning 5 bedroom barn conversion situated in a rural position, with two paddocks and stabling totalling in all 11.4 acres, ideal for a family with equestrian interests. A beautifully presented barn conversion, Ryelands is the largest of an exclusive collection of properties (Plomers Furze Farm), situated at the end of a gated, sweeping tarmac drive. The property offers a fantastic opportunity for modern family living, ideal for those with dependants, or teenagers. There are three distinct downstairs reception rooms, fitted throughout with wood flooring. The formal dining room, is in keeping with a property well suited to entertaining, leading onto an exceptionally large living room. With its floor to ceiling windows and French doors overlooking the lawns, the spacious living room offers the perfect setting for large family gatherings and entertaining. The doors can be opened onto the gardens, as a summer party spills out onto the lawns, or in winter the gas fireplace sets a more intimate feeling. The current owners have made full use of a further reception room, transforming it into a separate living room for teenage children, to offer peace and quiet for both generations. The kitchen/breakfast room with its cream wooden units, extensive number of work surfaces and storage units is a light practical family room, that with views over the acreage and garden is a treat to spend time cooking in. The upstairs living accommodation, is split, accessible by two separate staircases. With the Main and Guest bedroom grouped, they look up to high vaulted ceilings and original exposed beams, all adding to the open feel of this home. The Main and Guest bedrooms bedrooms benefit from substantial ensuites, whilst Bedroom 3 so too offers an ensuite, with bedrooms four and five bathed in the warmth of the substantial natural light, that a barn conversion such as this offers. The property is accessed by a well maintained tarmac drive with security cameras, leading either to a courtyard parking area, or to parking in front of the double garage. There are two grass paddocks (4.7 acres and 6.7 acres respectively) enclosed by post and rail fencing, with timber stables comprised of three boxes and a tack room. Close to the villages of Evenley, Croughton, Charlton and Hinton-in-the-Hedges, sitting within South Northamptonshire, close to North Buckinghamshire and North Oxfordshire. The villages offer a combination of public houses and other local amenities. The larger towns of Milton Keynes, Banbury and Oxford would satisfy more substantial requirements. Commuting for work is made easy, by excellent connections to the A43 Dual carriageway, leading onto the M40. Whilst London is reachable by train services to London Marylebone from Bicester North in 45 minutes and London Euston from Milton Keynes in 32 minutes. Fine and Country Disclaimer All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and are for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property.
Plot for sale, OX18, West Oxfordshire District


4th of april, 2013 06:17
Farmyard and buildings with income potential and paddocks. In a ring fence extending in all about 15 acres. Freehold Lot 2 of a wider sale. Situation Old Farmhouse farmyard lies within the rural Oxfordshire village of Black Bourton with its Norman church of St Mary, The Vines restaurant and its local community areas incorporating childrens play areas and tennis court. Local facilities are available at Bampton (2 miles) and Carterton (3.5 miles). The University city of Oxford is 20 miles distant with its educational, cultural and retail facilities. A mainline station at Charlbury 15 miles with a service to London Paddington in 90 minutes. Farm Building Portal frame agricultural barn with lean-to with corrugated tin roof and part block work walls and concrete floor. Currently used for storage with a work shop area with inspection pit and single office. Extending in all to about 5, 362ft2 (498m2). Yard Adjacent to the farm buildings is a yard area, part concrete and part hard standing. The farm buildings and yard area are accessed from a separate concrete driveway and benefit from security lighting and three phase electricity. The Land All down to permanent pasture and fenced into individual paddocks with post and wire fencing. Mains fed water troughs supply the individual paddocks and there is a timber field shelter to the north of the land with rubble floor and felt roof. Local Authority West Oxfordshire District Council: , Oxfordshire County Council: Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession.
Farm for sale, Ross--Wye


11th of april 20:36
Bedrooms: 4
Impressive farmhouse full of charm and enjoying some particularly fine views. Set within about 11 acres to include a two bedroom annexe and substantial range of outbuildings offering huge potential.
Farm for sale,


14th of march 05:08
Bedrooms: 7
Green Farm, Ashton NEAR OUNDLE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE PE8 5LD OUNDLE 2 MILES | PETERBOROUGH 13 MILES | CAMBRIDGE 41 MILES | LONDON 80 MILES A SUPERB RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL FARM IN EAST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE GREEN FARM HOUSE 7 bedroom Grade II listed farmhouse, garden and paddock in 6.65 acres WEST LODGE 3 bedroom Grade II listed thatched cottage in 2.69 acres SHEPHERDESS COTTAGE 1 bedroom Grade II listed thatched cottage Traditional Farm Buildings with DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL, subject to planning 1, 000 tonne GRAINSTORE 533.46 acres of ARABLE LAND 69.48 acres of PASTURE LAND 58.46 acres of WOODLAND ISLAND and Frontage to the River Nene In all about 676.76 ACRES (273.88 Hectares). FOR SALE AS A WHOLE OR IN 21 LOTS TELEPHONE BLETSOES, OAKLEIGH HOUSE, THRAPSTON, KETTERING, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE NN14 4LJ SITUATION Green Farm is located in a part of rural East Northamptonshire that is characterised by attractive stone built villages, with Ashton being a model village built around 1900, designed by the renowned architect, William Huckvale. This attractive and unique country estate is conveniently located near to the commercial centres of Peterborough, Northampton and Cambridge, with direct rail services from Peterborough to London Kings Cross (from 51 minutes), and easy access to the A14 (Junction 13) and the A1 (Junction 17). Oundle is a bustling market town dominated by the spire of St Peters church and with the buildings of the renowned public school at its heart. The town benefits from a broad range of facilities including many family run shops, restaurants and businesses centred around the Georgian Market Place; a Waitrose supermarket; a weekly market and a monthly farmers' market; doctors' surgery, a number of churches and community facilities, library, and a great variety of sports clubs and activities, as well as theatres and art galleries. A broader range of recreational, shopping and commercial services can be found close by in Peterborough. Primary education is available at either Oundle Primary School or nearby Polebrook Church of England School, with secondary education at Prince William School in Oundle. Private education is available at the well respected Oundle School, providing a day primary school (Laxton Junior School), and day and boarding at Oundle School from age 11. Within the region there are a number of other private schools of national repute including Uppingham, Oakham and Stamford. There are excellent sporting and leisure facilities nearby, with sports clubs in Oundle; fishing at Eyebrook and Rutland Water; sailing at Rutland Water, Grafham Water and Thrapston; racing at Huntingdon and Newmarket; golf at Oundle and Elton Furze; and hunting with the Fitzwilliam Hunt or alternatively with the Cottesmore, Woodland Pytchley or Oakley. DIRECTIONS For Green Farm House, take the A605 towards Oundle, and at the roundabout, follow the road signposted Ashton and Polebrook. After approximately half a mile, turn left into Ashton village. Green Farm House is located down a small road to the right after the Chequered Skipper public house. POST CODE PE8 5LD GENERAL GREEN FARM, Ashton is an outstanding residential and commercial small estate located close to the popular historic town of Oundle and with excellent access to the motorway network and to the main line train stations. The farmhouse is in a secluded location on the edge of the picturesque village of Ashton, with the majority of the farm land located between the villages of Polebrook, Ashton and the market town of Oundle. Forming part of the Ashton Wold Estate, it is believed this is the first time Green Farm, Ashton has been offered on the open market for over 150 years. Green Farm House is an attractive Grade II listed stone and brick farmhouse under a Collyweston roof, providing spacious accommodation over three floors. West Lodge is a picturesque thatched lodge house on the edge of the village of Ashton. Shepherdess Cottage is a thatched cottage capable of providing supporting accommodation to Green Farm House. The traditional barns located to the north of the village of Ashton are suitable for redevelopment, subject to planning. The farmland comprises 533.46 acres of arable land at Ashton and Polebrook; 69.48 acres of meadow land some with frontage to the River Nene; and 58.46 acres of woodland. In addition, a separate island surrounded by the River Nene and the Mill Race provides additional amenity appeal. Lot 1 : GREEN FARM HOUSE Green Farm House is a Grade II Listed stone and brick farmhouse standing in a secluded position on the fringe of the picturesque conservation village of Ashton. It offers spacious family accommodation arranged over three floors exceeding 4, 000 . and enjoying mature gardens, a range of outbuildings and adjoining paddock land in total extending to approximately 6.65 acres. There is the ability to purchase additional land forming other lots within the sale. The accommodation which benefits from oil fired central heating briefly comprises:- ON THE GROUND FLOOR: Entrance porch, cloakroom/w.c., reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room open plan to kitchen/breakfast room, family room, utility/w.c., store and boot room ON THE FIRST FLOOR there are five double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a separate w.c. ON THE SECOND FLOOR there are two further attic bedrooms. OUTSIDE: The mature gardens, outdoor swimming pool and adjoining paddock land lie principally to the South and West elevations. To the front of the property is an adjoining seven bay open fronted barn providing undercover parking. A gated gravelled driveway leads to the front courtyard and gives access to a range of single and two storey barns and stabling. There is a rear paved walled courtyard with wood store and w.c., boiler house and potting shed. Lot 2 : SHEPHERDESS COTTAGE Shepherdess Cottage comprises a charming Grade II listed semi-detached stone and thatched cottage. The cottage has recently been refurbished and provides compact accommodation arranged over two floors and would be ideally suited as a staff cottage for Green Farmhouse, a holiday cottage or 'Buy to Let' investment. The accommodation which benefits from electric storage heating comprises: ON THE GROUND FLOOR: Canopied vestibule. Siting room 18'2" x 9'11" with feature fireplace, two storage heaters, two windows to the front elevation and enclosed stairs to the first floor. Kitchen Fitted with a modern range of kitchen units, understairs storage cupboard and two windows to the rear elevation. ON THE FIRST FLOOR: Landing leating to Bedroom - 15'7" max x 11'5" max. Semi vaulted ceiling, electric panel radiator and window to the front elevation. Shower room Recently re-fitted with full suite incorporating shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. Window to the front elevation. OUTSIDE There is a charming walled cottage style front garden and large mature rear garden with outside former w.c. Lot 3 : GREEN FARM YARD Green Farm Yard is located on the edge of the village of Ashton, forming part of the existing built form of Ashton, according to the local planning authority. It comprises a number of buildings, used in part as workshops and in part for the farming enterprise within a total site of about 1.88 acres. The buildings are detailed in the schedule. A Pre-Application Enquiry has been made of the local planning authority which has indicated that buildings 3, 4, 5, 7 and 9 appear to be suitable for conversion to residential use. A copy of the Pre-Application Enquiry and the local planning authority's response is available in the Information Pack. Whilst included as a single lot, the Sellers are willing to consider sales of parts. Lot 4 : West Lodge West Lodge is a stunning 'Chocolate Box' Grade II listed stone and thatched detached lodge house located just outside of the conservation village of Ashton and presents a rare opportunity to acquire a family home standing in a picturesque rural position enjoying outstanding far reaching views over the surrounding open countryside with a large plot and adjoining land extending to about 2.69 acres in total. The accommodation which is arranged over two floors benefits from oil fired central heating and briefly comprises:- ON THE GROUND FLOOR: Entrance hall, sitting room with feature octagonal stone mullion window, kitchen/diner and pantry, ground floor family bathroom. ON THE FIRST FLOOR: landing and three good sized bedrooms. There is a canopied veranda around the property, integral store, boiler room and w.c. OUTSIDE there is a private gated driveway providing ample off road parking. West Lodge enjoys a large mature garden principally laid to lawn with mature trees and including a large shed with green house. West Lodge is for sale with approximately 2.22 acres of additional adjoining land. Lot 5 : (61.87 acres), Lot 6 : (90.93 acres), Lot 7 : (67.73 acres) & Lot 8 : (220.98 acres) In all, approximately 441.51 acres of arable land, interspersed around the villages of Ashton and Polebrook. Classified as Grade 3 according to the Agricultural Land Classification of England and Wales, the soil is predominantly of the Hanslope, Moreton and Oxpasture Soil Associations, according to the Soil Survey of England and Wales. The land comprises good sized regular shaped fields with easy access and capable of producing consistently strong yielding combinable crops. The land is included in an Entry Level Stewardship Scheme agreement, which expires on 31st May 2016. The land has been claimed under the Single Payment Scheme and is eligible under the Basic Payment Scheme. A right of way will be reserved for Lot 17 along part of the southern boundary of Lot 8, if the lots are sold separately. Lot 9 : Land at Elmington The Land at Elmington forms arable land extending to approximately 23.38 acres, classified as Grade 3 according to the Agricultural Land Classification of England and Wales, and of the Fladbury 1 Soil Ass...
House for sale, OX18, West Oxfordshire District


17th of november, 2012 07:49
Bedrooms: 5
An attractive Grade II Listed Cotswold stone farmhouse set in attractive mature gardens and grounds. Extending in all to about 0.7 acres. Freehold 5 bedroom farmhouse, stables, offices, gardens and grounds. Lot 1 of a wider sale further land and buildings available by separate negotiation. Situation Old Farmhouse lies within the rural Oxfordshire village of Black Bourton with its Norman church of St Mary, The Vines restaurant and its local community areas incorporating childrens play areas and tennis court. Local facilities are available at Bampton (2 miles) and Carterton (3.5 miles). The University city of Oxford is 20 miles distant with its educational, cultural and retail facilities. A mainline station at Charlbury 15 miles with a service to London Paddington in 90 minutes. Description Accessed by a private drive with wooden electric gated entrance the farmhouse is built of Cotswold stone under a part Stonesfield part Welsh blue slate roof with courtyard parking and formal gardens surrounding. Entering through the back door the accommodation comprises:- Ground Floor Entrance porch with stone floor and Firebird boiler and door through to the kitchen with wall and floor mounted units, single sink and drainer, electric oven with a particular feature being the well which is covered with Perspex and lit with submerged lighting. Continuing through to a dining room with open fire with stone hearth and Cotswold stone surround. A door leads through to the family room with French doors to outside. The drawing room is full of character with exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with stone hearth and Cotswold stone surround and timber sash windows with views over open countryside. A door leads through to the sitting room with stairs to the first floor and door to outside. A door leads to the study and downstairs wc. First Floor From the dining room stairs lead to the first floor and master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. Along the hallway bedroom 2 with views over open countryside. Bedroom 3 and adjacent family bathroom. From the landing stairs lead to Second Floor Bedrooms 4 and 5 in the eaves with exposed timber beams. Outside There is a lawned garden area to the front of the house surrounded by Cotswold stone walls. To the south an enclosed terrace area ideal for entertaining, a further lawned garden with planted borders incorporating a variety of plantings including rose bushes with two greenhouses off lying. Farm Buildings To the west of the farmhouse lie the farm buildings in a compact block and are divided into:- (As numbered on the block plan). Building 1 Built of part Cotswold stone part block work and part timber clad with a corrugated tin roof. Range of former stables currently used as workshops and stores. Extending in all to about 1, 450ft2 (135m2). Building 2 Built of block work (rendered) under a corrugated tin roof. Comprising two fully serviced offices with wc and kitchenette. Extending in all to about 580ft2 (54m2). Local Authority West Oxfordshire District Council: , Oxfordshire County Council: Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession.
Farm for sale,


14th of march 05:58
Bedrooms: 4
An exceptional small holding comprising 4 bedroom conversion with an attached stone barn which could be converted into a separate annex or additional living space, there is also a 2nd Barn, Former Dairy, Former Milking Parlour, general purpose shed and a further farm building. In addition there are approx 5 acres of surrounding grounds/fields. Ideal for Equestrian purpose. Situated within the Lake District National Park, 11 miles from Keswick. Uldale Mill Barn is a superb conversion and retains many of its original features. The property benefits from under floor heating provided by the ground source heat pump. The accommodation briefly comprises: Hall with indian sandstone floor and exposed stone walls, Utility Room, Bathroom with roll top bath, Master Bedroom with doors to patio/garden, En-Suite Shower Room/WC, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3. Stairs to Landing, Bedroom 4/Study with en-suite W/C, Large open plan Dining Kitchen with slate flooring, oak beams, stone walls, granite worktops, Rangemaster cooker and integrated dishwasher, Living Room with wood burning stove and French doors to the balcony. Externally there is a courtyard to the front and gardens to the rear. A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this unique opportunity. * 4 Bedroom Barn Conversion * Outbuildings * Viewing Recommended Accommodation comprises: * Hallway * Utility Room: 3.44m x 2.83m (11' 3" x 9' 3") * Bathroom/WC * Master Bedroom: 4.44m x 3.47m (14' 7" x 11' 5") * En-Suite Shower Room /WC * Bedroom 2: 4.06m x 4m (13' 4" x 13' 1") * Bedroom 3: 3.46m x 3.42m (11' 4" x 11' 3") * Stairs to Landing * Dining Kitchen: 10.06m x 5.79m (33' x 19') * Living Room: 6m x 3.71m (19' 8" x 12' 2") * Bedroom 4: 4.57m x 3.28m (15' x 10' 9") * Stone Barn: 15.24m x 7.62m (50' x 25') * Barn: 7.32m x 7.01m (24' x 23') * Former Dairy: 5.49m x 2.74m (18' x 9') * Former Milking Parlour: 5.79m x 5.79m (19' x 19') * Farm Building: 18.29m x 12.19m (60' x 40') The tenure for this property is yet to be confirmed.
Farm for sale, Penzance, Cornwall


8th of april, 2014 22:30
Bedrooms: 2
Situated within the historic village of Gulval Churchtown, sits this substantial south-facing barn conversion which has two double bedrooms (one of which is en-suite) as well as a couple of granite outbuildings within its grounds. The reverse-level accommodation offers spacious areas with exposed timber flooring and beams and comprises large hallway with two double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room) and family bathroom/wet room on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a lounge with gas fire, open-plan kitchen/dining room, each of which enjoys lovely views across the village towards Mounts Bay. The property is approached over a driveway leading to an area of parking for several vehicles and is set within established gardens with the aforementioned outbuildings and sun room/conservatory. Lower Churchtown Barn is offered for sale with no onward chain.
Farm for sale, Warrington


23rd of june, 2013 10:19
Bedrooms: 4
Spacious barn conversion situated within a delightful rural location. Ent. hall, cloakroom, lounge, dining room, family room, dining/kitchen, utility. 4 bedrooms, en suite facilities, family bathroom. Garage, various outbuildings and extensive grounds. .
Farm for sale, Crewe, Cheshire East


7th of march 16:19
Bedrooms: 5
A most attractive and fertile small farming estate with a substantial five bedroomed detached farm house, outbuildings, office with planning for conversion to a separate dwelling and land extending to 66.25 acres or thereabouts enjoying a delightful and convenient position.
Farm for sale, Crewe, Cheshire East


11th of february 16:01
Bedrooms: 5
A most attractive and fertile small farming estate with a substantial five bedroomed detached farm house, outbuildings, office with planning for conversion to a separate dwelling and land extending to 66.25 acres or thereabouts enjoying a delightful and convenient position. Subject to an agricultural occupancy condition.
Farm for sale, Harrogate, North Yorkshire


23rd of june, 2013 08:47
Bedrooms: 4
A magnificent opportunity to acquire a stone built barn conversion with fantastic outbuildings and approximately 13 acres of grassland. Situated within this extremely sought after area to the south of Harrogate, enjoying a rural location a short distance from town. The property benefits from versatile accommodation with potential to increase the living space to meet the purchasers requirements. Outside the property enjoys a formal lawned garden bound by a dry stone wall to the front and a large open courtyard to the rear enjoying the far reaching countryside views. The adjoining outbuildings vary in size and range from a large barn to numerous multi purpose sheds. GROUND FLOOR Entrance Hall 12’2” x 5’6” Cloakroom 8’3” x 5’3” Laundry Room 8’3” x 6’8” Living Room 20’9” x 16’10” Breakfast Kitchen 20’1” x 16’9” Dining Room 19’2” x 13’3” Annex Living/Dining Room 19’4” x 17’4” Utility Kitchen 10’4” x 7’10” FIRST FLOOR Landing Bedroom One 20’8” x 15’10” En-suite Bathroom 13’1” x 9’ Bedroom Two 16’ x 12’5” narrowing to 10’ Bedroom Three 12’4” x 10’4” Shower Room 10’3” x 6’4” Mezzanine Landing 10’10” x 7’4” Mezzanine Bedroom Four 10’6” x 8’ En-suite Shower Room 8’9” x 5’6” There is a lawned formal garden to the front of the property, and a courtyard to the rear with a gate to the rear paddocks. The concrete driveway leads to - Barn - Outbuilding 1 58’ x 58’ Outbuilding 2 51’ x 19’ Outbuilding 3 14’2” x 11’5” Outbuilding 4 14’2” x 11’8” Outbuilding 5 30’ x 28’9” Outbuilding 6 14’2” x 13’8” Timber Barn 7 45’ x 18’1” Open Shed 8 18’ x 15’ Courtyard Building 9 Former Stable Block Room One 13’7” x 11’5” Room Two 13’7” x 10’6” Room Three 13’7” x 10’7” Room Four 13’7” x 10’11” COUNCIL TAX The property has been placed in band G. TENURE The tenure of the property is freehold. DIRECTIONS - HG3 1QL Take the B6162 Otley Road out of Harrogate towards Beckwithshaw. Travel past the turning for Howhill Road on the left, and take the next lane on the left. Follow the lane to the end where The Old Barn is situated on the left hand side.
Farm for sale, Dronfield, Derbyshire


28th of february 07:32
Bedrooms: 3
Bentley Hall Farm adjoins the residential area of Coal Aston, Dronfield. It is an arable and stock rearing farm of about 55 acres. The homestead comprises detached 3 bedroomed house built probably in the early part of the 20th Century. There is a traditional range of outbuildings, some single storey and some two storey, and a steel framed barn extended by the tenant to form a cattle yard. Part of the land has a long road frontage and access to the homestead is along a shared driveway serving Bentley Hall. Dronfield is situated on the fringe of Sheffield being an expanding area six miles North of Chesterfield. Tenancy Bentley Hall Farm is held on an Agricultural Holdings Act 1986 Tenancy to Mr J Dawes and the current rent if 6, 000 last reviewed 29 September 2014. Tenure The property is freehold Method Of Sale Bentley Hall Farm is offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole or the Vendor may consider offers for part. Viewing Viewing is strictly by appointment with W T Parker - Tel . Interested parties will be notified of specific dates when the house and farmstead will be available for viewing. Sporting Rights, Timber and Mineral Rights. The timber and the sporting rights are included in the sale and mineral rights, where owned, will be included in the sale. Fixtures and Fittings Only those fixtures and fittings specifically referred to within these particulars are included in the sale. Any fixtures and fittings belonging to the tenant are excluded from the sale. Single Payment Scheme/Basic Payment Scheme All entitlements belong to the tenant and are excluded from the sale. Plans The plan is for identification purposes only and does not form part of the contract and is not to scale. Restrictions The Vendors will retain a share of increase in value released by any residential and/or commercial planning consent on any part of the property from the date of completion. Rights of Way, Easements and Wayleaves The property is sold subject to or with the benefit of existing rights of way whether public or private and all the water, drainage and other easements affecting the property or wayleaves, poles, stays, cables and other pipes at present erected thereon, or passing through or under the property whether expressly referred to in these particulars or not. Footpaths The property is sold subject to public footpaths as existing/or subject to the Definitive Plan held by North East Derbyshire Distric Council or Derbyshire District Council. North East Derbyshire District Council Derbyshire County Council Council House County Hall Saltergate Matlock Chesterfield Derbyshire S40 1LF DE4 3AG Tel: Tel:
Farm for sale, Lechlade GL7


16th of february, 2014 00:26
Bedrooms: 2
THE PROPERTY Sundial is situated in a semi rural location approximately half a mile from the outskirts of Lechlade and opposite the exclusive Lakes By Yoo Development. The property is one of three situated within a converted barn enjoying recently refurbished bath/shower rooms and a kitchen. The accommodation is entered into a spacious hall with cloakroom and stairs rising to the first floor. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of floor and wall mounted units and includes a built in oven, hob and extractor. The sitting room has a lovely exposed beam and views over the rear garden. On the first floor the master bedroom has an en suite shower room fitted with a white suite. The second bedroom has an exposed beam and cupboard and the bathroom is particularly spacious being fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin and WC. Outside to the front of the property is a gravelled garden providing off road parking for at least two vehicles. At the rear is a fully enclosed garden which is laid to lawn with a small patio, flower borders and a garden shed. The property has a gas fired heating system to radiators with mains water and electricity connected. Drainage is to a septic tank shared with the neighbouring properties. Internal viewing of this lovely home is highly recommended. AMENITIES A beautiful village adjoining the River Thames and on the borders of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire, Lechlade has a population of just over 3, 000. There are several independent shops, a small supermarket, a church, doctors' surgery, excellent primary school and a library. There is a healthy tourist trade, particularly in the summer, when the Thames is busy with cruisers, narrow boats and small boats. There is good fishing in the local rivers and lakes, country walks in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, and various nature reserves in the area. The town is a good staging-post for visitors to the Cotswolds and the historic towns of Oxford and Cirencester. .
Farm for sale, Ashford, Kent


9th of february, 2014 07:42
Bedrooms: 4
Biddenden is a village and civil parish in the Ashford District of Kent, England. The village lies on the Weald of Kent, some five miles (8 km) north of Tenterden. It was centre for Wealden iron industry and also of cloth making. During the reign of Edward III some Flemish cloth workers settled in the area. The ready availability of raw materials led to the establishment of an industry for the production of broadcloth. An important cottage industry is established to the west, where wine and cider is produced. In 1100, Mary and Eliza Chulkhurst, a pair of conjoined twins, were supposedly born in the village. The Biddenden Maids, as they became known, are celebrated on the village sign. THE PROPERTY Nimrod Hall Farm is an enchanting 4 Bedroom detached Grade II Listed Character farm house, accessed through electrically operated wrought iron gates with a sweeping shingled driveway to the house, this property is brought to the sales market extremely well presented with many desirable aspects and is overwhelming with style plus many original features. The property is arranged over 3 floors and has recently been renovated to include Kent Peg tile roof, large working Inglenook Fireplace to the Lounge plus a detached 1 bedroom Barn conversion annex, workshop, garden room outbuildings, beautiful varied gardens, 3 natural ponds with very picturesque seating areas and a 2 acre paddock approximately. This stunning property is located in a rural yet not isolated setting THE ANNEX Detached converted barn with own private garden area, open planned Lounge/Kitchen/breakfast room under a vaulted ceiling, en suite wet room to master bedroom, Staircase to first floor bedroom. THE GARDENS Mostly laid to lawn secluded by mature shrubs and trees. There are 3 natural ponds with very private seating areas OUTBUILDINGS To the rear of the farm house you will find the summer house with its beamed ceilings and door, which opens on to a decked area over looking the pond. To the end of the summer house is a purpose built utility area, nearby and detached is the original brick built outside toilet still used and in good working order. A smaller barn has been renovated and is now used as a functional workshop. LAND Approximately 2 acre paddock with natural pond. SERVICES: Mains water. Mains electricity Oil fired heating. Private drainage. VIEWING: Viewings are arranged solely through Philberts.
Farm for sale, Kirkcudbright


8th of april, 2014 22:36
A charming stone-built studio outbuilding with planning consent for extension and conversion to a residential dwelling in a beautiful rural setting near to the artists town of Kirkcudbright Clauchendolly Studio is a traditional Galloway stone-built outbuilding and garden in a stunning rural location near to Brighouse Bay with views of the Irish sea. Currently used as an artists studio, it has full planning consent for the extension and conversion of the building to form a 2 bedroom dwellinghouse. The current owners have adapted the building by installing UPVC double glazed windows and French doors, as well as insulating 2 of the walls and installing 3 electric storage heaters. Electricity and telephone are both connected to the property. Google Map - 54.802248 x -4.108795 You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.
Farm for sale, Pevensey, East Sussex


8th of april, 2014 22:53
Bedrooms: 4
A skilfully converted and superbly presented character barn affording outstanding far reaching views over open countryside. Set within gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2 1/2 acres the property has a range of useful outbuildings including the 70' x 14' cattle shed which we believe offers vast potential. The principal paddock measures about one and half acres with a stable block. There is also a 3rd stable incorporated into another useful outbuilding. The main accommodation affords 2 principal reception rooms plus a useful study and a large 25' games/family room offers a number of uses. Within the house there is also a studio/annexe which has its own access via the garage. Only a personal inspection will convey the true merit of this delightful family home. Bedroom 1 14'x10'6 Bedroom 2 13'x12'6 Bedroom 3 12'4x11' Bedroom 4 12'6x8' Reception 1 18'10x16' Reception 2 16'10x12'2 Reception 3 11'10x7'10 Reception 4 25'x11'3 Kitchen 10'6x10'3.
Farm for sale, Cranleigh, Surrey


7th of march 16:23
Bedrooms: 5
The property incorporates a magnificent period barn with a further range of outbuildings. This beautiful home hosts a wealth of period features that blend the convenience of a new kitchen and contemporary bathrooms. The beamed interior includes a long, fully glazed gallery with pleasant views over adjacent fields. The barn, used as the principle reception room features a Minstrels gallery which doubles as a study area. The kitchen which has been refitted features a triple Aga and leads through to a large breakfast room. There are five bedrooms including a principle suite. A detached coach house has been converted to provide garaging for four vehicles, a workshop and a self contained first floor flat ideal for staff or guests, with sitting room, kitchen/dining room, bedroom, bathroom and store room. Set in delightful mature gardens, the house enjoys a private position with grounds and gardens of approximately 16.7 acres. The outbuildings include stables and an all weather tennis court with lighting. The property is located in the sought after Surrey Hills village of Ewhurst, positioned on higher ground enjoying attractive views over its own land and neighbouring farmland. Ewhurst provides a village church, village school, public house, vet, hairdressers and post office/village shop ideal for everyday needs. There are frequent rail services to London from Guildford and Dorking mainline stations. .
Farm for sale, Doncaster


23rd of june, 2013 07:37
An opportunity to purchase a two storey semi detached barn with outbuildings. Full planning permission has been obtained for conversion into a three bedroom home. The barn once converted will briefly comprise of to the ground floor a dining lounge, kitchen, utility, wc and cloaks storage. The first floor will benefit from a master bedroom with en-suite facilities and wardrobe, 2 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Allocated parking space. Full details and plans are available in the office or you can visit North Lincs Planning application number: PA/2011/0984.
Farm for sale, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire


15th of april 04:08
Bedrooms: 2
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. An improvable 106 acre former stock farm comprising a semi elevated farmhouse, in need of modernisation but with double glazing, and various outbuildings including stone ranges, and a former coach house which may be suitable for conversion (stp) together with a partly built stable block. The land in one convenient block, is gently sloping with some 50 acres approx of clean grazing land. The remaining land is rough grazing and young naturally regenerated woodland. The land is intersected by streams, is mainly south facing and divided into conveniently sized fields though in need of stock proof fencing and some areas in need of clearance. The property is situated on the outskirts of the rural village of Pontyates. EER: TBC GUIDE PRICE CIRCA 250, 000 Situation The property offers huge potential with the main residence having a semi elevated position with some views overlooking the Gwendraeth valley towards Ffos Las racecourse and the coast at Pembrey. Situated on the outskirts of the rural village of Pontyates in a secluded location, conveniently located between the main towns of Carmarthen and Llanelli, the village itself offers good day to day shopping facilities including doctors surgery, chemist and shop etc with the main towns offering good shopping facilities, national retailers, junior and secondary schools, bus and rail stations. Other places of interest include Ffos Las racecourse being 4 miles approximately and Pembrey Country Park being 7 miles approximately, Cross Hands with the M4 dual carriageway connection is 7 miles approximately. Hallway Entered via double glazed door to front, stairs to first floor, understairs store cupboard, door to; Living Room 15'7 x 14'4 (4.75m x 4.37m) Open fireplace with part stone surround and tiled hearth, double glazed window to front. Sitting Room 15'7 x 10'9 (4.75m x 3.28m) Open fireplace, double glazed window to front. Kitchen/Dining Room 26'10 x 7'8 (8.18m x 2.34m) Rayburn oil fired cooking range, base units with worktops over and matching wall units, stainless steel sink unit with single drainer, rear entrance doorway, 2 double glazed windows to rear, door to; Utility Room 7'9 x 5'9 (2.36m x 1.75m) Window to side, plumbing for washing machine. First Floor Half Landing Door to; Bedroom 3 20' x 8' (6.10m x 2.44m) Window to rear, part restricted headroom, door to; Bedroom 4 13'4 x 7'9 (4.06m x 2.36m) Double glazed window to side and rear, part restricted headroom. Front Landing Loft access, doors to; Bedroom 1 15'4 x 9'5 (4.67m x 2.87m) Double glazed window to front. Bathroom 12'7 x 5'7 (3.84m x 1.70m) Panel bath, shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin, opaque double glazed window to front, tiled flooring, localised wall tiles. Bedroom 2 15'5 x 10'9/16'6 (4.70m x 3.28m) Double glazed tilt and turn window to front Externally Most of the outbuildings are situated to the front and side of the main residence. Drive sweeping up to the yard area with ample parking and turning area. Adjacent Shed Housing the water pump Former Coach House 60' x 16' (18.29m x 4.88m) Stone and part corrugated asbestos roof with part of the building not having a roof. Outhouse 18' x 12'7 (5.49m x 3.84m) Stone corrugated asbestos construction. Former Cowshed 36' x 19'7 (10.97m x 5.97m) Stone and part slated with part of the roof having collapsed into the shed. Isolation Pen 14'9 x 14'3 (4.50m x 4.34m) Concrete block and corrugated asbestos roof and yard to side. Multi Purpose Shed 30' x 21'4 (9.14m x 6.50m) Concrete block construction, this could be utilised as stables/boxes, large yard. Stable Block 50' x 30' (15.24m x 9.14m) Being partly sub divided, concrete block construction with no roof. The Land Amounting to 106 acres approximately and is mostly gently sloping with a southerly aspect. Divided into conveniently sized fields and clean grazing areas. We would estimate amount to 50 acres approximately with rougher grazing areas and young natural habitat and woodland and wet areas also amounting to 50 acres approximately. There are also natural water courses that run through the property including 3 main streams. The property has evidence of Japanese Knotweed to the rear of the main house. Services We are advised that mains electricity is connected to the property. Private water sources which has not been tested. Septic tank drainage. Grants There are no National Assembly Grants sold with the land. We are informed by the vendor that it is not registered for Single Farm Payment and would be illegible for registration in May 2015. Wayleaves We are informed by the vendor that there are 2 main gas lines going through the land and also there are 2 electric lines that cross through the land. Further details will be available when the contract and searches are available. A footpath does follow the track through the centre of the farm. Auction Date & Venue For Sale by Public Auction at The Ivy Bush Hotel, Carmarthen on Friday, 15th May 2015 at 3pm (unless previously sold or withdrawn). Solicitors Hains & Lewis 7 St James Street Narberth SA67 7BZ Contact: Mr Dan Lewis Friday, 15th May 2015 at the The Ivy Bush Hotel, Carmarthen at 3pm You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. 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Farm for sale, Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire


12th of february, 2014 16:34
Bedrooms: 2
A SPACIOUS AND STUNNING 2 BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION LOCATED WITHIN THIS SOUGHT AFTER DEVELOPMENT ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF HOWDEN. In a tucked away location within this much sought after development this spacious barn conversion with additional large building to the rear( 26'5"x28'9" ) is sure to appeal.Briefly comprising: Entrance hall, WC/Cloakroom, newly fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, 2 good size double bedrooms and modern family bathroom to the first floor. Outside the outbuilding would ideally suit office space, workshop, studio, sandwich bar etc ( Subject to planning consents). The garden has been designed wit low maintenance in mind and has high fencing to the perimeter. Ample parking also to the rear. EPC RATING: C. Apply Hunters Selby, seven days a week. ENTRANCE HALL Oak front door and flooring and window to front. W.C. Low flush W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and extractor fan. LIVING ROOM 6.60m (21' 8") x 4.17m (13' 8") Oak flooring, traditional style radiator and 3 windows to front. KITCHEN 4.34m (14' 3") x 4.19m (13' 9") Oak style fitted wall and floor units with contrasting work surfaces over, tiled splash backs and flooring, integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob and hood, 1 1/2 stainless steel sink and drainer, traditional style radiator, 2 windows to front, oak door and window to rear. KITCHEN Additional image STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING Window to front aspect, traditional style radiator and loft access hatch. MASTER BEDROOM 6.63m (21' 9") x 4.11m (13' 6") Traditional style radiator and 2 windows to front. BEDROOM 2 4.34m (14' 3") x 4.19m (13' 9") Traditional style radiator, 2 windows to front and rear. BATHROOM 1.96m (6' 5") x 2.36m (7' 9") Panelled bath with shower over and tiled surround, low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, Traditional style radiator and tiled flooring. OUTBUILDING 8.05m (26' 5") x 8.76m (28' 9") To the rear there is a brick built outbuilding which could be utilised in a variety of ways eg. Offices, workshop, studio, sandwich bar etc. ( all subject to any necessary planing consents) GARDEN The garden has been designed with low maintenance in mind and is laid to small stone with high fencing to the perimeter making an ideal location for summer dining and entertaining. Ample parking also to the rear.
Farm for sale, Ashford, Kent


10th of february, 2014 19:52
Bedrooms: 3
A beautiful roof attached grade II listed barn conversion with three bedrooms with en-suite to the master. The property is situated in a stunning rural position with views over adjoining farmland. Additional features include large detached outbuilding which has been divided into a single garage and a converted attic with additional domestic rooms or could be used for office space/games rooms. There are vaulted ceilings with oak beams, oak flooring, double glazed windows and doors and oil fired central heating system. Viewing is highly recommended by Rush, Witt & Wilson, sole agents. There is a lovely gravelled courtyard with ample off road parking and large extensive gardens to the rear. Bedroom 1 16'9 x 12'8 Bedroom 2 11'7 x 9' Bedroom 3 8' x 7'7 Reception 1 23'7 x 12'4 Kitchen 11'3 x 8'7.
Farm for sale, Buckingham


12th of february 01:44
Bedrooms: 4
A fine example of a four bedroom barn conversion with panoramic views over open countryside in the popular village of Granborough. Entrance hall – Drawing Room - Sitting Room - Kitchen - Conservatory - Master Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom -Three further bedrooms – Family bathroom - Outbuildings offering annexe potential subject to planningAttractive gardensThe Old Byre has been enjoyed as a family home and offers an abundance of charm and character throughout including exposed beams and a wonderful open fire centrally located in the sitting room.Enjoying a private location nestled in a courtyard setting in the popular village of Granborough, one can enjoy the spectacular views from the garden over rolling is beautifully presented throughout and offers versatile accommodation. The property comprises of entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, sitting room, drawing room, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and family bathroo.
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