£1,100,0005 Bedrooms 2 Reception Rooms
Lot 1, Hall Farm
Closing Date – 12noon Thursday 20th July 2017
Offers must be received in writing to the Bedale Office or by telephone on 01677 425301. Proof of funds must be provided to support an offer
Residential smallholding with 10.05 Ha (24.83Ac) of pasture and mature woodland Modern farm buildings Extensive range of Grade II Listed traditional buildings with planning permission for conversion into seven residential dwellings
A fantastic residential smallholding with 10.05 Ha (24.83Ac) of pasture and mature woodland with modern farm buildings and an extensive range of Grade II Listed traditional buildings which have planning permission for conversion into seven residential dwellings. Accessed via a private road from the public highway, through the village of Moulton, the house, buildings and land boast stunning views across the Vale of Mowbray to the North York Moors.
The Farm House is an impressive 5 bedroom period house. It benefits from surrounding gardens to the front and rear and ample parking. The main farmhouse offers flexible accommodation with separate entrances which could facilitate self contained accommodation if required and subject to the necessary consents.
The ground floor provides kitchen and living space with a study, WC and utility. The first floor incudes the five bedrooms with family bathroom. The house has undoubted potential for alteration to the existing layout and benefits from existing mains electricity, mains water, septic tank drainage and oil fired central heating.
Hall Farm House
13' 3" x 9' 8" (4.04m x 2.95m)
20' 8" x 11' 4" (6.29m x 3.45m)
5' 2" x 7' 3" (1.58m x 2.22m)
19' x 11' 1" (5.79m x 3.37m)
19' 2" x 11' 2" (5.85m x 3.40m)
20' 8" x 11' 4" (6.29m x 3.45m)
9' 1" x 10' 1" (2.76m x 3.08m)
8' 1" x 10' 8" (2.47m x 3.24m)
11' 3" x 8' 2" (3.42m x 2.50m)
8' x 7' 7" (2.45m x 2.31m)
Energy Performance Certificate
The property is currently rated 'F'
The modern buildings are currently used for grain storage, machinery storage and housing free range hens with details of construction set out in the building schedule below.
The traditional buildings consist of approximately 1,601 sq m (17,233 sq ft) of stone built structures which are Grade II Listed and currently used for agriculture.
Planning consent was granted in 2004 and 2005 for the conversion of the traditional buildings into seven residential properties. Planning consent was implemented and the vendor is in possession of a letter from Richmondshire District Council confirming commencement of works.
1—Steel portal frame under fibre cement roof sheet with concrete floor. GEA 676 sqm.
2— Garage of timber and block. GEA 68 sqm.
3— Traditional stone building. GEA 474 sqm.
4— Traditional range of stone buildings under pantile roof. GEA 1,057 sqm.
5— Stone and part block building. GEA 70 sqm.
6— Steel portal frame with pre-stressed concrete walls and fibre cement cladding under a fibre cement roof sheets, with concrete floor. GEA 623 sqm.
7— Free range hen egg laying building of timber and block walls under a box profile roof. GEA 1,503 sqm.
The land within Lot One includes approximately 8.58 Ha (21.57 Ac) of grade 3 temporary and permanent pasture and 1.32 Ha (3.26 Ac) of woodland, in addition to hardstanding and tracks surrounding the yard and buildings.
The woodland contains ponds and the pasture land runs up to Hall Farm House and gardens.
The land is accessed via the private road to Hall Farm House via Moulton Lane and internally via gateways. The land has a private water supply and is actively farmed and provides opportunity for livestock and equestrian grazing in addition to wildlife and amenity value.
The Basic Payment Scheme entitlements relating to the land equate to 9.39 Non-SDA entitlements have been claimed for 2017.
Basic Payment And Other Grant Schemes
The Basic Payment Scheme entitlements for the whole equate to 101.9 Non-SDA entitlements which will be included with the sale price(s) and the vendor will make reasonable endeavours to transfer the entitlements to the buyer(s). George F White reserve the right to charge a fee of £400 plus VAT for each transfer. The are no other grant schemes in place.
Sporting And Mineral Rights
All sporting and mineral rights are included with the property insofar as they are owned.
Easements, Wayleaves And Rights Of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, watercourses and other easements, quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owners if any affecting the same and all existing and proposed wayleaves and all others matters registered by any competent authority subject to statute. The main road which accesses both the farm steading and cottage is owned however provides a vehicular right of access for neighbouring properties. There is a public bridleway and footpath way crossing Lot 1 at field 3331.
In addition to the purchase price, the purchaser will be required to pay for any growing crops, including cultivations, seeds, fertilisers, sprays, lime, new leys and acts of husbandry at cost or market value (whichever is the higher) and any items normally paid for at ingoing.
The boundary responsibilities are indicated by ‘T’ marks on the Lotting Plan herein.
The majority of the property is subject to an Agricultural Holdings Act Tenancy in favour of one of the vendors and it will be relinquished upon completion of sale. An Additional Information Pack is available to prospective Purchaser(s) upon request which contains further detail of the property.
Strictly by prior appointment with George F White (Bedale office) on 01677 425301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Given the potential hazards of a working farm we ask that you be as vigilant as possible when inspecting the property.