Property Details

Residential Property
Guide Price £280,000

Property Name
Brinkworth, Wiltshire
Category
Sold
Location
Little Holme, Stoppers Hill, Brinkworth, Wiltshire, SN15 5AW

An exciting opportunity to renovate a 1960’s semi-detached, two-bedroom bungalow which is in need of modernisation throughout, sitting within a well-proportioned plot with off-street parking and a single garage. Offered to the market with no onward chain.
Stoppers Hill is a residential lane situated to the eastern side of the village of Brinkworth, very conveniently positioned for access to Cirencester, Malmesbury and Swindon, as well as the motorway network. This bungalow has been under the same ownership since 1999 and now offers great potential for a new owner to make it their own.

THE PROPERTY
The accommodation is all arranged around a central entrance hallway that still has the original wooden flooring. All the living accommodation is situated at the rear of the property which offers a super light filled living room with a stone focal fireplace and sliding patio doors leading out onto the rear garden. The kitchen sits beside the living room and comprises a range of fitted white wall and base units with a laminate worktop and space for a fridge/freezer and free-standing cooker, plus plumbing for a washing machine. There is a partially glazed back door plus a cupboard that houses the oil fired central heating boiler. The bungalow has two bedrooms, both of double proportions, situated at the front of the property. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes. Completing the accommodation is the bathroom which comprises a white suite with a shower over the bath.

THE GARDEN
At the front of the property is a driveway which will comfortably park several vehicles and runs alongside the property and through double gates leading to a single garage. The driveway is bordered by established beds and a stone wall across the front boundary.
The rear enclosed garden is westerly facing and has a patio terrace running across the rear of the property, whilst the remainder is predominantly laid to lawn with fence and hedge borders.

SERVICES
We understand the property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. Central heating is fired by oil.
The property is freehold.
Council tax band C (Wiltshire Council). 2023/24 charge is £1870.85.
EPC – D(67).

LOCATION
Brinkworth is a village in North Wiltshire, and sits between Royal Wootton Bassett and Malmesbury, about 1 mile north of the M4 motorway and 9 miles west of Swindon. The village has a public house, The Three Crowns, and there is also a highly regarded primary school, a Saxon parish church and village hall. The nearby train stations in Chippenham and Swindon are both on the Bristol to London (Paddington) main line.

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Lype Fields Farm,
Malmesbury, Wilts
126.29 acres
Guide Price £2,000,000

Property Name
Lype Fields Farm, Wiltshire
126.29 acres
Category
Sold
Location
Charlton, Malmesbury, Wiltshire

SITUATION
The property is situated to the east of the village of Charlton in the rural County of Wiltshire and approximately two miles east of the historic market town of Malmesbury. The farmland and buildings are situated in two blocks with frontage to the B4040 Charlton Road.

FARMLAND

The farmland is all in permanent grass and extends to approximately 122.66 acres set in typical North Wiltshire countryside.
The land is separated by the B4040 Charlton Road providing excellent roadside access. Some of the field enclosures have internal tracks.
The fields are mainly bounded by established hedgerows and mature trees. The pasture fields are currently utilised for silage making with the aftermath being grazed. All of the field parcels have previously been cultivated to grow maize for silage. There are a number of mature infield trees. None of the land is situated within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone. Some of the field parcels are connected to mains water. A mains water supply runs along the B4040 Charlton Road and subject to the necessary consents, connections would be available to provide water to the field enclosures. The land forms part of an existing Mid-Tier Countryside Stewardship Scheme. On the Agricultural Land Classification plan, the land is shown as Grade 3./span>

THE FARM BUILDINGS
The buildings are situated off Bullock’s Horn Lane and are approached over a hardcore track and extensive yard area. They are utilised for livestock housing and fodder storage. The buildings and concrete yard areas have been constructed to Approved Finishing Unit standards. The buildings can house up to 600 head of cattle. Mains water is connected to the farm buildings. They are shown numbered on the buildings plan as follows:

1. 8 bay, open fronted cattle yard (37m x 10m) of steel portal frame construction, clad with concrete walling and ventilated metal clad and with concrete floors.

2. Dirty water storage.

3. 10 bay, open fronted cattle yard (60m x 15m) of steel portal frame construction, clad with concrete walling and ventilated metal clad and with concrete floors. Internal stock divisions.

4. 10 bay, open fronted cattle yard (60m x 15m) of steel portal frame construction, clad with concrete walling and ventilated metal clad and with concrete floors. Internal stock divisions.
5. 8 bay, open fronted cattle yard (60m x 15m) of steel portal frame construction, clad with concrete walling and ventilated metal clad and with concrete floors.

VIEWINGS
Strictly by prior appointment through the Sole Selling Agent (01666 318 992).

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Those fixtures and fittings not mentioned in the sale particulars are not included in the sale.

SERVICES
Water: Lot 1 – There is no mains water supply currently available. It is understood that mains water is available in the main road.
Lots 2 & 3 – A metered supply is available to the farmland and buildings.
Electricity: There is no electricity connected to the buildings.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The farmland was registered with entitlements under the Basic Payment Scheme. The Sellers have made the BPS claim and will retain the payments for 2023. The buyer will be required to covenant to abide by cross compliance rules, as defined by RPA, until 31st December, 2023.

COUNTRYSIDE STEWARDSHIP
The land is entered into a Mid-Tier Countryside Stewardship Agreement that commenced on 1st January, 2023 for a term of 5 years. The Agreement has a single environmental option BE3: Management of Hedgerows. Further details are available from the Selling Agents.

LOTTING
Lot 1 – shaded blue on the sale plan comprising approximately 56.93 acres (23.04 hectares).
Lot 2 – shaded pink on the sale plan comprising approximately 61.26 acres (24.79 hectares).
Lot 3 – shaded green on the sale plan comprising 2540m2 of modern farm buildings and curtilage pasture extending in all to about 8.10 acres (3.28 hectares).
Please note that prospective buyers are invited to also submit a bid for Lots 2 and 3 as a single bid.

METHOD OF SALE
The Property is freehold and is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in up to three lots.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
Full planning consent over four phases was granted by Wiltshire Council on 2nd October, 2018 for “the construction of a beef rearing unit, to include an agricultural building to house beef cattle, site excavation, hedge realignment, hedge planting, construction of an extension to an existing farm track, hard standing area and attenuation pond.” Application reference numbers: 18/05496/FUL, 18/05497/FUL, 18/05513/FUL and 18/05514/FUL.
A public bridleway crosses field parcels 4155. and 5764. as indicated dashed orange on the sale plan.

VINGOING VALUATIONS
There will be no ingoing valuation of growing crops.

SPORTING, TIMBER AND MINERALS
The sporting rights, timber and minerals, as far as they are owned, are included in the sale.

RIGHTS AND EASEMENTS
The property is sold subject to any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and incidents of tenure affecting the sale and all easements and wayleaves in connection with all electric or telephone wires, pipes, cables, stays etc. as at present erected on or passing over the property and subject to all existing and all pending agreement if any affecting the same.
A mains gas pipe and fibre optic cable crosses (parallel to each other) field parcel 2498. as indicated dashed brown on the sale plan.
Should Lots 2 and 3 sell separately, the buyer of Lot 3 will be obligated to erect a stock proof fence within 3 months of completion between points A and B on the sale plan. In addition, the buyer of Lot 2 will have to make investigations into connecting to the mains water which is understood to be in the main road.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1ER. Tel 0300 4560100.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is freehold with Vacant Possession on Completion.

SELLER’S SOLICITOR
Messrs Royds Withy King Solicitors, Midland Bridge House, Midland Bridge Road, Bath BA2 3FP. Tel: 01225 730100.

PLANS AREAS AND SCHEDULES
The plans and associated acreages have been prepared for illustrative purposes and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

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Residential Development Land
Guide Price £3,000,000

Property Name
Brockworth – 47 Dwellings
Category
Sold

SITUATION
Brockworth is an extensive Gloucestershire village on the edge of the Cotswolds offering the perfect blend of town and country living. The village has a variety of facilities including schools, multiple amenities and leisure. Brockworth has excellent transport links with easy access to both Gloucester City Centre and Cheltenham, as well as M5 Junction being 1.5 miles away.

THE PROPERTY
The property is situated on the northeast edge of Brockworth. The consented area comprises a self contained level agricultural field extending in all to 5.40 acres (2.19 hectares). Vehicular access is from Shurdington Road.

PLANNING CONSENT
Detailed planning permission was granted on appeal on 14th April, 2023 (Appeal ref: APP/G1630/W/21/3281074) for the erection of 47 dwellings and associated vehicular access, public open space and landscaping. The total accommodation is 47,752 square feet. The scheme proposes the following mix of market dwellings sizes:
2 beds – 3 3 beds – 15 4 beds – 12
Further details are available in an online data room from the Selling Agents.

SECTION 106 AGREEMENT
The buyer will purchase the land subject to a Section 106 Agreement and any bids will need to take into full account the obligations set out within the Agreement. The purchaser will indemnify the Seller and the Promoter for the liability arising within the planning agreement. The scheme provides 17 affordable units consisting of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom accommodation. The affordable housing tenure split comprises 9 affordable rent units and 8 shared ownership units.

COMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY
The buyer will be responsible for all Community Infrastructure Levy Charge. Tewksbury Borough Council have confirmed that the current CIL liability charge based on the chargeable floor area for the approved development would be £171,248.91.

INFORMATION PACK
Detailed information is available in an online data room, to include:
• Planning Application, Appeal Decision and Approved Plans
• Section 106 Agreement
• Design and Access Statement
• Flood Risk & Drainage
• Landscape Appraisal
• Ecology Report
• Phase II Ground Investigation
• Utility information
Details of the online data room are available from the Selling Agents. Please contact Anthony Wright on 01666 318 992 or anthony@ajwlanddevelopment.co.uk for further information.

METHOD OF SALE
Prospective buyers are invited to submit offers to AJW Land & Development Ltd by 12 Noon on Tuesday 11th July, 2023. Written offers should be submitted in a sealed envelope and sent to AJW Land & Development Ltd, Old Barn, Rodbourne Rail Farm, Rodbourne, Malmesbury, Wiltshire SN16 0ES and titled “For the attention of Mr. A.J. Wright – Land at Brockworth”. Emailed offers should be sent to anthony@ajwlanddevelopment.co.uk.

INTERVIEWS
The preferred buyers and their technical team will be invited to attend a meeting on Tuesday 18th July, 2023.

ACCESS & SERVICES
The property is sold subject to any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and incidents of tenure affecting the sale and all easements and wayleaves in connection with all electric or telephone wires, pipes, cables, stays etc. as at present erected on or passing over the property and subject to all existing and all pending agreement if any affecting the same.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is freehold with vacant possession on Completion.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Tewkesbury Borough Council, Public Services Centre, Gloucester Road, Tewksbury, Gloucestershire GL20 5TT.

VAT
VAT will be charged on the sale price of the property.

PROMOTER
The property has been promoted by Charterhouse Strategic Land, Charter House, 3a Felgate Mews, London W6 0LY. Tel: 020 7471 6060. For the attention of Mr. Oliver Taylor.

PROMOTER’S SOLICITOR
Gowling WLG (UK) LLP, Two Snowhill, Birmingham B4 6WR Tel: 0121 393 0443. For the attention of Ms. Joanne McDaid

SELLER’S SOLICITOR
Willans LLP Solicitors, 34 Imperial Square, Cheltenham GL50 1QZ. Tel: 01242 514000.

VIEWING
By appointment through the Selling Agent (01666 318 992).

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Residential Development Land
Guide Price £2,500,000

Property Name
Great Somerford – 21 Dwellings
Category
Sold

SITUATION
Great Somerford is a village in the Vale of Dauntsey situated about midway between the market towns of Malmesbury and Chippenham (each about c.7 miles). Great Somerford provides a post office, public house and a primary school. More extensive facilities are available in Malmesbury, Swindon and Chippenham. Communications are excellent with the M4 motorway junction 17 being 2 miles south and Chippenham Rail Station being 7 miles south putting London (Paddington) just over 1 hour travelling distance.

THE PROPERTY
The property is situated on the southern edge of Great Somerford. The consented area comprises part of an agricultural field extending in all to 3.95 acres (1.60 hectare) bounded by fencing to the north and east and open countryside to the south. Vehicular access is from the Lower Seagry Road and through the adjoining residential scheme.

PLANNING CONSENT
Detailed planning permission was granted on appeal on 28th March, 2023 (Appeal ref: APP/Y3940/W/22/3296058) for the construction of up to 21 residential dwellings, vehicular access from Broadfield Farm, ancillary works and associated infrastructure on land at Broadfield Farm, Great Somerford. The scheme proposes the following mix of market dwellings sizes:
1 beds – 2 2 beds – 4 3 beds – 6 4 beds – 8 5 beds – 1
Further details are available in an online data room from the Selling Agents.

SECTION 106
The buyer will purchase the land subject to a Section 106 Agreement and any bids will need to take into full account the obligations set out within the Agreement. The scheme provides 8 affordable units consisting of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom accommodation. The affordable housing tenure split comprises 5 affordable rent units and 3 shared ownership units.

COMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY
The buyer will be responsible for any Community Infrastructure Levy Charge. Wiltshire Council have confirmed that the current CIL liability charge based on the chargeable floor area for the approved development would be £222,069.69 using 2022 indexation prices.

INFORMATION PACK
Detailed information is available in an online data room, to include:
• Planning Application, Decision Notice and Approved Plans
• Section 106 Agreement
• Design and Access Statement
• Transport Assessment
• Landscape and Visual Appraisal
• Ecology Report
• Phase II Ground Investigation
• Utility information
Details of the online data room are available from the Selling Agents. Please contact Anthony Wright on 01666 318 992 or anthony@ajwlanddevelopment.co.uk for further information.

METHOD OF SALE
Prospective buyers are invited to submit offers to AJW Land & Development Ltd by 12 Noon on Thursday 25th May, 2023. Written offers should be submitted in a sealed envelope and sent to AJW Land & Development Ltd, Old Barn, Rodbourne Rail Farm, Rodbourne, Malmesbury, Wiltshire SN16 0ES and titled “For the attention of Mr. A.J. Wright – Land at Great Somerford, Phase II”. Emailed offers should be sent to anthony@ajwlanddevelopment. co.uk.

INTERVIEWS
The preferred buyers and their technical team will be invited to attend a meeting on Tuesday 30th May, 2023.

ACCESS & SERVICES
The purchaser will have access and services connection rights through the existing residential development scheme. A legal summary note is available in the data room. In addition, access and services can come from the Lower Seagry Road on the north west boundary of the site. Prospective purchasers are required to seek confirmation from various utility companies that mains services are readily available. Quotations for services are available in the data room.

RIGHTS AND EASEMENTS
The property is sold subject to any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and incidents of tenure affecting the sale and all easements and wayleaves in connection with all electric or telephone wires, pipes, cables, stays etc. as at present erected on or passing over the property and subject to all existing and all pending agreement if any affecting the same.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is freehold with vacant possession on Completion.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1ER. Tel: 0300 4560 1000.

VAT
VAT will be charged on the sale price of the property.

PROMOTER
The property has been promoted by Gleeson Land Ltd, Sentinel House, Harvest Crescent, Ancells Business Park, Fleet, Hants GU51 1UZ. Tel: 01252 360300. Website: www.gleesonland.co.uk For the attention of Mr. Paul Slingo.

PROMOTER’S SOLICITOR
Gowling WLG (UK) LLP, Two Snowhill, Birmingham B4 6WR Tel: 0121 393 0443. For the attention of Ms. Joanne McDaid

SELLER’S SOLICITOR
RWK Goodman, Godstow Court, Minns Business Park, 5 West Way, Oxford OX2 0JB Tel: 01865 264033. For the attention of Ms. Vicky Hernandez

VIEWING
By appointment through the Selling Agent (01666 318 992).

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Guide Price £950,000

Property Name
The Farmhouse
Luckington, Wilts
Category
Sold

SITUATION
The Farmhouse is situated in the village of Luckington in the heart of the Duke of Beaufort’s Hunt country within close proximity to the market towns of Malmesbury and Tetbury. More extensive facilities are available in Bath and Chippenham. There is an excellent choice of schools and colleges in the area, including Luckington Community School, Westonbirt School and the Royal Agricultural University. Recreational opportunities in the area include Bath Racecourse, Badminton Horse Trials, polo at Westonbirt and a good availability of golf courses.

DESCRIPTION
The Farmhouse is constructed of Cotswold stone beneath a clay tiled pitched roof. The house is in need of considerable modernisation and improvements throughout. It is approached by a private driveway.

VIEWINGS
Strictly by prior appointment through the Selling Agents: AJW Land & Development (01666 318 992) or Hunter French (01666 505068).

The Accommodation
The ground floor comprises two reception rooms, a kitchen with an oil-fired Rayburn Royal cooker, downstairs shower room, store and a rear conservatory constructed of part red brick, part glass elevations. On the first floor there are five bedrooms of which four are substantial, a family bathroom and boxroom. Stairs lead to the second floor where there are two large attic rooms.

Outside
Attached to the house on its northern elevation there is a large traditional outbuilding constructed of Cotswold stone elevations under a tiled roof. To the rear of the house is a detached old forge and workshop building of Cotswold stone and brick quoin under a pitched tiled roof and an old chicken house of traditional stone. To the side of the house is a traditional stone barn with hayloft, a detached stable block constructed of traditional stone and a detached single story stone barn utilised as a garage. The partly walled gardens are situated at the front and to one side of the house which are mainly laid to lawns and utilised for vegetable growing.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
Electricity: Mains electricity is connected to the Farmhouse.
Water: Mains metered water is connected to the Farmhouse and is shared with the neighbouring farm buildings. The buyer will be obligated to install a separate private supply within 3 months of the Completion Date.

Drainage: The Farmhouse has a private tank drainage system with the outflow on the neighbours property. The buyer will use reasonable endeavours to connect the Farmhouse to the mains drainage system within 6 months from the Completion Date with the current septic tank drainage system decommissioned.
Heating: Part of the Farmhouse is heated through the oil fired Rayburn Royal and night storage heaters.
EPC – F

CLEARANCE
Any remaining debris will not be removed by the Seller following Completion. The property will be purchased as seen.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1ER. Tel: 0300 4560 1000.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
The farmhouse and buildings are not listed.
The property is situated within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Luckington’s Conservation Area.

OUTGOINGS
The Farmhouse is registered in Band “G” for the Council tax. The payment for 2022/23 is £3,320.10.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is freehold with vacant possession on completion.

SELLER’S SOLICITOR
Forrester Sylvester Mackett Solicitors, 61 St Mary Street, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 3JH. Tel: 01249 444300. For the attention of Mr. Jonathan Watts.

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107.51 acres
Guide Price £1,400,000

Property Name
Land at Charlcutt,
Calne, Wiltshire
Category
Sold

LOCATION
The property is situated to the south of the hamlet of Charlcutt and to the north of Bremhill in rural Wiltshire.

THE PROPERTY
The property comprises two blocks of farmland extending in all to about 107.51 acres (43.51 hectares). The property is being offered for sale in two lots. Offers for the whole will not be considered. Lot 1, coloured pink on the sale plan, extends to approximately 84.95 acres of arable land and Lot 2, coloured blue on the sale plan, extends to approximately 22.56 acres of permanent pasture.

The fields are mainly bounded by established hedgerows and mature trees. The arable land was in harvest 2022 planted to maize and fodder beet. The arable land is currently fallow and not cropped. There is direct vehicular access to each lot from the public highway. A number of footpaths and neighbouring rights of way cross the property. Further information is available from the Selling Agent. Mains water is located in the highway verge but not connected to Lot 1. Lot 2 is connected to mains water. The land is not entered into an environmental scheme.

On the Agricultural Land Classification plan, the land is shown as Grade 3.

VIEWING
At any reasonable time with a copy of these sale particulars.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is freehold with vacant possession on Completion.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is registered under the Basic Payment Scheme. The registered entitlements will be transferred to the buyer after completion, if required. Further details are available from the Selling Agents.

INGOING VALUATION
There will be no ingoing valuation of growing crops.

SPORTING, TIMBER & MINERAL
The sporting rights, timber and minerals, as far as they are owned, are included in the sale.

RIGHTS AND EASEMENTS
The property is sold subject to any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and incidents of tenure affecting the sale and all easements and wayleaves in connection with all electric or telephone wires, pipes, cables, stays etc. as at present erected on or passing over the property and subject to all existing and all pending agreement if any affecting the same.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1ER. Tel 0300 4560100.

SELLER’S SOLICITOR
Wansbroughs Solicitors, North Gate House, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 1JX. Tel: 01380 733300.

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A Small Mixed Farm with a Cotswold Stone House, Tythe Barn and Farmland.
Guide Price £2,000,000.

Property Name
Hundred Acres Farm, North Wilts
26.68 acres
Category
Sold
Location
Hundred Acres Farm, Sopworth, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14 6PP

SITUATION
Hundred Acres Farm is situated in open countryside between the idyllic rural Cotswold villages of Sopworth and Sherston. The nearby market towns of Malmesbury and Tetbury provide most of the day to day shopping and other requirements. More extensive facilities are available in Bath and Chippenham. Travelling connections are excellent with the M4, Junction 17 about 8 miles distant and Junction 18 about 9 miles.

There is an excellent choice of schools and colleges in the area, including Sherston C of E Primary School, Westonbirt School and the Royal Agricultural University at Cirencester.

Recreational opportunities in the area including Bath Racecourse, Badminton Horse Trials, polo at Westonbirt, hunting with the Beaufort Hunt and a good availability of golf courses, shooting and equestrian facilities.

THE FARMHOUSE
Hundred Acres Farmhouse is constructed of Cotswold stone and blockwork elevations under a pitched Cotswold slate roof. The accommodation comprises a lounge, kitchen/ breakfast room, three bedrooms, a bathroom and two attic rooms.

The house is in need of modernisation and has the potential to be further extended, subject to planning.

The house is approached over a private concrete drive and is surrounded by open farmland bounded by Cotswold stone walls and post and rail fencing. The garden is laid to lawn with a number of mature trees and a working well.

THE BUILDINGS
1. A tythe barn constructed of natural stone elevations under a pitched concrete Cotswold slate roof. To the side is a blockwork extension utilised as loose box stabling. The tythe barn has the potential to be converted to a house, subject to planning.
2. A pigsty constructed of natural stone elevations under a corrugated tin pitched roof.
3. A 4-bay pole barn under a corrugated metal tin roof.
4. A number of derelict and semi derelict buildings.

THE LAND
The land comprises gently sloping farmland, pasture fields and pony paddocks. All of the field enclosures are mainly bounded by mature stockproof hedges. The pasture fields are mown each year for silage. One of the pony paddocks is connected to mains water. The arable fields are planted to maize. On the Agricultural Land Classification plan, the land is shown as being Grade 3.

DIRECTIONS
As you enter Sherston from Malmesbury turn right onto Court Street opposite the Rattlebone Inn. At the crossroads turn left heading in a westerly direction signposted to the village of Sopworth. Shortly after crossing a bridge over the River Avon the property will be found on the left-hand side.

From the M4 motorway, Junction 18, head in a northerly direction on the A46 Bath Road towards Stroud. After approximately 8 miles bear right onto the A433. Within 0.5 mile take the turning right towards the village of Sopworth. At the crossroads head straight over signposted to Sherston. Within 0.5 mile the property will be found on the right-hand side.

SPORTING, TIMBER AND MINERALS
The sporting rights, timber and minerals, as far as they are owned, are included within the sale.

SELLER’S SOLICITOR
Loxley Solicitors, Langford Mill, Charfield Road, Kingswood, Wotton-under- Edge GL12 8RL. Tel: 01453 700620. For the attention of Ms. Lucy Wiggins.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1ER. Tel: 0300 4560 1000.

COUNCIL TAX
Hundred Acres Farmhouse is registered in Band “F” for the Council Tax. The payment for 2022/23 is £2,839.72.

RIGHTS AND EASEMENTS
The property is sold subject to any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and incidents of tenure affecting the sale and all easements and wayleaves in connection with all electric or telephone wires, pipes, cables, stays etc. as at present erected on or passing over the property and subject to all existing and all pending agreement if any affecting the same.

VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment through the Selling Agents (01666 318 992).

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Those fixtures and fittings not mentioned in the sale particulars are not
included in the sale.

SERVICES
Electricity: Mains electricity is connected to the Farmhouse.
Water: Mains metered water is connected to the Farmhouse and one of the paddocks. The water meter is located in the verge of the highway to Luckington.
Drainage: The Farmhouse has a private tank drainage system.
Heating: Part of the Farmhouse is heated through a solid fuel system.

CLEARANCE
Any remaining old farm machinery or debris will not be removed by the
Seller following completion. The property will be purchased as seen.

INGOING VALUATION
There will be no ingoing valuation of any nature.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
• The farmhouse and buildings are not listed.
• The property is situated within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The farmland is registered with 10.97 units of NON-SDA Entitlements under the Basic Payment scheme. The Payment for the 2021 scheme year has been claimed and will be retained by the Sellers. The registered entitlements will be transferred to the buyer upon completion, if required.

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Residential Development Land
Guide Price £5,000,000.

Property Name
Purton, Swindon – 47 Units
Category
Sold

SITUATION
A rare and unique residential development opportunity in the rural picturesque village of Purton, near the well known town of Swindon in the county of Wiltshire. Purton is a vibrant and conveniently located village with a good range of shops and amenities. There are an excellent choice of schools and colleges in the area. Swindon, approximately 6 miles east of Purton, offers a continually expanding and improving shopping centre, together with a wide choice of leisure facilities including golf, ice skating, swimming, country and water parks.
Travelling connections are excellent with the M4, Junction 16 about 4.5 miles distant and Swindon Railway Station about 5.5 miles putting London (Paddington) within about 1 hour travelling time.

THE PROPERTY
The Property is situated to the south of Purton. It comprises 2 pasture fields. The property extends in all to about 8.78 acres (3.55 hectares). The fields are mainly bounded by mature hedgerows. Beyond the site, there are open countryside views to the south. Vehicular access can be taken from Restrop Road.

PLANNING CONSENT
Outline planning permission was granted by Wiltshire Council on 20th July, 2022 (Application Reference No. 21/01155/OUT) for the construction of up to 47 dwellings with associated landscaping and vehicular and pedestrian access off Restrop Road (all matters reserved except means of vehicular access). Further details are available in an online data room from the Selling Agents.

SECTION 106
The buyer will purchase the land subject to a Section 106 Agreement and any bids will need to take into full account the obligations set out within the Agreement.

AFFORDABLE HOUSING
For the avoidance of doubt, the Section 106 Agreement commits the buyer to provide a minimum of 40% affordable houses with a split tenure mix of 60% affordable rented housing and 40% shared ownership.

LETTERS OF RELIANCE
Letters of Reliance shall be provided in the normal way, full details of which are included in the Information Pack.

GROUND CONDITIONS
A ground investigation survey has been undertaken. A Factual Report is anticipated to be available prior to the tender deadline and will, on receipt, be circulated to all potential buyers who have registered an interest in the property.

INFORMATION PACK
Detailed information is available in an online Data Room.
• Planning Application, Appeal Decision and Approved Plans
• Section 106 Agreement
• Planning Design and Access Statement
• Transport Assessment
• Flood Risk and Drainage Management
• Ecology Report
Details of the online data room are available from the Selling Agents. Please contact Anthony Wright on 01666 318 992 or
anthony@ajwlanddevelopment.co.uk for further information.

METHOD OF SALE
Prospective buyers are invited to submit offers to AJW Land & Development Ltd by 12 Noon on Wednesday 5th October, 2022. Written offers should be submitted in a sealed envelope and sent to AJW Land & Development Ltd, Old Barn, Rodbourne Rail Farm, Rodbourne, Malmesbury, Wiltshire SN16 0ES and titled “For the attention of Mr. A.J. Wright – Land at Purton”. Emailed offers should be sent to anthony@ajwlanddevelopment.co.uk. Contracts are to be exchanged on or before Wednesday 23rd December, 2022. This date must be strictly adhered to.

INTERVIEWS
The preferred buyer(s) and their technical team will be invited to attend an interview at AJW Land & Development’s office to discuss their offer on 11th October, 2022.

SERVICES
Mains services are understood to be available with connections agreed in principle as part of the Outline Planning consent. Prospective purchasers are required to seek confirmation from the various utility companies that mains services are readily available.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is freehold with vacant possession.

RIGHTS AND EASEMENTS
The property is sold subject to any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and incidents of tenure affecting the sale and all easements and wayleaves in connection with all electric or telephone wires, pipes, cables, stays etc. as at present erected on or passing over the property and subject to all existing and all pending agreement if any affecting the same.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1ER. Tel: 0300 4560 1000.

VAT
VAT will be charged on the sale price of the property.

PROMOTER
The property has been promoted by Hollins Strategic Land, Suite 4, 1 King St, Manchester M2 6AW. Tel: 0161 300 6509. www.hsland.co.uk Contact: Paul O’Shea

SELLER’S SOLICITOR
JMW Solicitors, Byrom Place, 1 Byrom Street, Manchester M3 3HG. Tel: 0345 8726666. FAO. Mr. Paul Burton.

VIEWING
By appointment through the Selling Agents (01666 318992).

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Property Details

Farmhouse, buildings and land
Guide price £1,500,000

Property Name
The Pry, Purton, Swindon
Wilts – 3.86 acres
Category
Sold
Location
The Pry, Purton, Swindon SN5 4JP

SITUATION
Pry Farm is situated in open countryside near to the west side of the town of Swindon. Travelling connections are excellent with the M4, Junction 16 about 4.5 miles distant and Swindon Railway Station about 5.5 miles putting London (Paddington) within about 1 hours travelling time. There are an excellent choice of schools and colleges in the area. Swindon provides a wide range of shopping facilities. Recreational opportunities in the area include Swindon Town Football Club, Cotswold Waterpark, Bath, Newbury and Cheltenham racecourses, Badminton Horse Trials, Cirencester Polo, a good availability of golf courses and further equestrian facilities.

THE FARMHOUSE
Pry Farmhouse is a beautifully presented and well-maintained period dwelling set in north Wiltshire. The original building is believed to date back to 1689. The ground floor provides living and drawing rooms. The well equipped kitchen and breakfast room also benefits from an adjacent utility room providing additional storage for convenience. The rear door brings you into the conservatory with views of the gardens and grounds. On the first floor there are three large double bedrooms and two bathrooms with separate showers. The second floor comprises three attic rooms with the potential to convert into further bedrooms, subject to planning. The farmhouse benefits from a separate annexe attached to the house which includes a fitted kitchen and living space, shower room and on the first floor a double bedroom. The gardens are accessed via the main or side driveway and are private with westerly views of the surrounding countryside. The garden is laid to lawn with mature flower beds, vegetable gardens and a patio to the rear. Beyond the gardens are stockproof fenced paddocks.

TRADITIONAL BARN
An attractive building (17.99m x 7.20m) situated to the north of the farmhouse. It is constructed of natural stone elevations under a pitched blue slate roof. The barn has potential to convert into commercial or residential use, subject to planning.

THE BUILDINGS
There are a range of buildings which can be accessed from two entranceways separate to the main driveway to the farmhouse. The buildings comprise of:
1. A stable block (27.09m x 4.28m) comprising 3 boxes, tack room and a feedstore.
2. Cattle shed (21.10m x 9.93m) of concrete block elevations under a pitched, corrugated roof with concrete floor and open sides. The building contains internal bull pens.
3. Covered yard (30.91m x 22.53m) of seven bay, steel portal frame construction, clad with part concrete block, part corrugated sheets under a pitched corrugated roof with concrete floor.
4. A Dutch Barn (13.74m x 7.26m) of three bay, with a lean-to.
5. Covered yard (63.03m x 19.89m) of nine bay, steel portal frame construction, clad with part concrete block, part Yorkshire Boarding under a pitched corrugated roof with concrete floor.
The buildings have the potential to be converted into equestrian use, subject to planning.

DIRECTIONS
From Cirencester take the Cricklade junction off the A419. In the town centre take a left at the roundabout and straight over the second roundabout. Continue on the B4553 Cricklade Road for appropriately 3 miles and the property will be found on the right hand side. From M4 motorway, Junction 16, head in a northerly direction along the B4534. At the Tewkesbury Cross roundabout take the first exit along Tewkesbury Way for approximately 1 mile. Turn right onto The Elms which becomes Washpool. Turn left onto The Pry. At the T Junction turn left on to the B4553 heading towards Purton. In approximately 1 mile the property will be found on left hand side.

METHOD OF SALE
The property is freehold and is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole.

VIEWING
Strictly by prior appointment through the Selling Agents (01666 318 992).

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Those fixtures and fittings not mentioned in the sale particulars are not included in the sale.

METHOD OF SALE
Electricity: Mains electricity is connected to the farmhouse.
Water: Mains metered water is connected to the farmhouse and some of the buildings and the paddocks.
Drainage: The farmhouse has a private tank drainage system.
Heating: The farmhouse is heated through an oil fired central heating system.
Broadband: The farmhouse is connected to BT. Gigaclear Fibre Optic is available.

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
• The farmhouse is Grade II Listed.
• A number of planning applications were approved by Wiltshire Council in 2001.
• The Pry area generally is being promoted for development in the future.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is freehold. The paddocks and farm buildings are subject to a Farm Business Tenancy which will terminate on 31st October, 2022.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1ER. Tel: 0300 4560 1000.

RIGHTS AND EASEMENTS
The property is sold subject to any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and incidents of tenure affecting the sale and all easements and wayleaves in connection with all electric or telephone wires, pipes, cables, stays etc. as at present erected on or passing over the property and subject to all existing and all pending agreement if any affecting the same.

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Property Details

110 acres of arable land
Guide price £1,100,000

Property Name
Land at Milbourne, Malmesbury
Wilts – 110 acres
Category
Sold
Location
Manor Farm, Milbourne, Malmesbury, Wilts

SITUATION
The land at Manor Farm is situated around the village of Milbourne in North Wiltshire adjacent to the B4040 Charlton Road and Milbourne Lane. Communications are excellent, with Malmesbury town only ½ mile to the west and Swindon about 10 miles to the east. M4 Motorway Junction 17 is easily accessible.

THE PROPERTY
The property comprises two attractive blocks of farmland located in a quiet position. There are five field enclosures, all in arable production totalling 110.35 acres (44.66 hectares). The land is reasonably level. A footpath crosses part of field parcels 5803. and 7294. as indicated dashed green on the sale plan. The cropping for the 2022 harvest is winter wheat. The boundaries comprise of a mixture of trimmed, established hedgerows with numerous hedgerow trees and the Woodbridge Brook. There are a number of grassland headlands bounding some of the arable fields, although the land does not form part of an environmental stewardship scheme. On the Agricultural Land Classification plan, the land is shown as Grade 3.

VIEWING
At any reasonable time with a copy of these sale particulars.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The property is freehold. The land is currently let under the terms of a Farm Business Tenancy agreement, but vacant possession will be available on 28th September, 2022.

SERVICES
There are no known services connected to the property.

RIGHTS AND EASEMENTS
The property is sold subject to any existing rights of way, drainage, water and other rights, easements and incidents of tenure affecting the sale and all easements and wayleaves in connection with all electric or telephone wires, pipes, cables, stays etc. as at present erected on or passing over the property and subject to all existing and all pending agreements if any affecting the same.

INGOING VALUATION
The outgoing tenant will take the 2022 arable harvest. There will be no ingoing
valuation of growing crops.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is registered under the Basic Payment Scheme and being claimed by the existing tenant. The registered entitlements will be transferred to the Buyer after completion. The Buyer will be required to covenant to maintain the land in good agricultural and environmental condition, as defined by the RPA, until 31st December, 2022. Further details are available from the Selling Agents.

SPORTING, TIMBER & MINERALS
The sporting rights, timber and minerals, as far as they are owned, are included in the sale.

RESTRICTIVE COVENANT
A Restrictive Covenant will be imposed on the land hatched blue on the sale plan which restricts the erection of any building for any purpose to safeguard views from the Manor Farm properties.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Wiltshire Council, Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 1ER. Tel: 0300 4560 1000.

SELLER’S SOLICITOR
Duncan Morris Solicitors, 106 High Street, Marlborough, Wiltshire SN8 1LT. Tel: 01672 515193.

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