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Radwell Hall Farm, Bridge End, Radwell, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK43 7HU

9.51 hectares, (23.49 acres)

£1,250,000

Radwell Hall Farm is a traditional equestrian facility that comes to the market for the first time in 100 years.

A 3 bedroom detached family home and equestrian facility within a popular rural Bedfordshire Village.

In all approximately 9.51 Ha (23.49 acres)

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY

SITUATION
The property is located on the edge of the village of Radwell and lies approximately 8.3 miles North West of Bedford, approximately 8.6 miles south of Rushden, approximately 15 miles west of St Neots and approximately 20 miles North East of Milton Keynes.

The property benefits from good road links with the A6, A509 and A428. Bedford has mainline rail services to London and the north.

The villages nearby to Radwell such as Felmersham, Milton Erne…

Radwell Hall Farm is a traditional equestrian facility that comes to the market for the first time in 100 years.

A 3 bedroom detached family home and equestrian facility within a popular rural Bedfordshire Village.

In all approximately 9.51 Ha (23.49 acres)

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY

SITUATION
The property is located on the edge of the village of Radwell and lies approximately 8.3 miles North West of Bedford, approximately 8.6 miles south of Rushden, approximately 15 miles west of St Neots and approximately 20 miles North East of Milton Keynes.

The property benefits from good road links with the A6, A509 and A428. Bedford has mainline rail services to London and the north.

The villages nearby to Radwell such as Felmersham, Milton Ernest and Sharnbrook have a very good range of local services and primary schools, pubs, village shops. Whilst the wider area offers higher education facilities such as Kimbolton, Bedford, Rushden and Milton Keynes.

RADWELL FARMHOUSE
A Grade II listed 3-bedroom detached farmhouse of stone under a slate roof construction with traditional windows and secondary glazing, set attractively within its own grounds with views over the River Ouse, the surrounding countryside and its own land.
The property is located on the edge of the village of Radwell and is situated in very close proximity to Bedford, the A6 road network and Bedford Train station.

The accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: Front hall, sitting room, kitchen, dining room/office.
With an adjoining annex including a family room, shower room, kitchen/utility, reception room and conservatory, bathroom, lounge, double bedroom, and a conservatory. Off the kitchen there is a staircase leading to a Cellar.

First Floor: Offers a family bathroom and 3 double bedrooms, offering approximately 207.90 square meters of living accommodation.
The property benefits from mains water, electricity, oil fired central heating and a clargester.

Outside: A gravel drive leads from the main road, to a parking area to the front of the property and provides access to the adjoining, outbuildings and the stable complex. The outbuildings currently provide garaging and storage.

Garden: A gravel drive leads from the main road, to a parking area to the front of the property and provides access to the adjoining, outbuildings and the stable complex. The outbuildings currently provide garaging and storage. There is a separate timber log store that is opposite farmhouse.

THE OUTBUILDINGS AND GARAGES
Adjoining Radwell Farm House labelled 1, 2 and 3 on the inset plan comprising of:

The Store The Store is accessed via a personnel door there is electricity supply and a hardcore floor.

Workshop 1 The workshop has vehicular access via two large doors and a personnel door. The workshop just has electricity. The building roof is corrugated sheeting with a timber frame construction with a concrete floor. The workshop has two windows looking to over the garden and river.

Carport The carport has parking for two vehicles with a corrugated sheeting roof and built with a timber frame construction with a brick floor. hardcore floor.

Garage The garage has vehicular access via two large doors and personnel door. The garage has electricity and the building has a corrugated sheeting roof with a timber frame construction with a concrete floor. There is a single window looking over to the garden and the river.

Workshop 2 Workshop 2 has electricity and the building has a corrugated sheeting roof with a timber frame construction with a concrete floor. There is a personnel door and a bay window looking over to the stone barn and stables. These are all accessed off the shared access with the stables and the farmhouse.

There is a separate timber log store that is opposite farmhouse.

EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES
The property benefits from the following Equestrian Facilities:
There are 11 stables and buildings in U shape to north of the farmhouse as shown by letters A, B, C, D and E on the plan.

Building A on the site plan is a utility room/ store with a concrete floor, wall space for hanging tack with a sink and units. There is a separate toilet and sink located within the utility room. The utility room is connected to the house hot water supply.

Building B on the site plan forms 6 stables with a feed room, walkway area to the other equestrian facilities and storage area. The stables are of a brick and timber construction under corrugated sheeting roof with a concrete floor.

Building C forms a stone barn with timber eaves and beams under a corrugated sheeting roof.

Building D comprises 4 stables with two concrete tying up areas with one of those areas having a door leading to the carpark. The stables are of a brick and timber construction under corrugated sheeting roof.

Building E former piggery buildings has one stable and has a large store area used for feed room and rug store.

All buildings adjoin each other and all have access directly onto a central concrete yard. There are several walkways from the yard to the fields, facilities and the car parking area. All stables have been very well maintained and benefit from mains water and electricity.
The approximate size of the stables and storage areas is approximately 262.27 square meters whilst the large traditional stone barn offers a floor area of approximately 88.83 square meters.

Building F is a General Purpose Machinery store is Timber framed and clad open fronted building under tin roof, with an hardcore floor measuring approximately 42.73 square meters. This building is closely located to the Arena.

All Weather Arena 20m x60m purpose built arena fenced with floodlights under drainage. This is situated to the west of the farmhouse and stables.

Lunging circle Adjoining the arena is a lunging circle constructed by the current owners. The lunging circle is constructed of the same surface as the arena.

PASTURE LAND & FISHING RIGHTS
The Land at Radwell Hall Farm is currently used for grazing and is classified as Grade 3 on the MAFF Agricultural Land Classification Maps and is permanent pasture.

The land extends to approximately 8.58 hectares (21.20 acres) this is accessed via a gated access off the main drive to the farmhouse and buildings. The land is currently separated of into smaller paddocks with temporary fencing. There is approximately 28 smaller paddocks separated with temporary electric fencing.

There is a pond situated on the land, which is currently fenced off. There is a footpath (A5) that crosses the property. The property has Fishing Rights along the properties boundary with the River Ouse.

GENERAL REMARKS & STIPULATIONS

Method of Sale: The freehold of Radwell Farm is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole.

Tenure: The property is available with vacant possession upon completion.

Statutory Designations: The property lies within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ).

Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way: The property is being sold Subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way whether public or private, light, sport, drainage, water and electricity suppliers and other rights obligations, easements and quasieasements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas or
other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not in particular
or not. In particular:
The property is over part crossed by overhead electricity poles.
The property is crossed by an underground sewer.

Public Rights of Way: There is one footpath (A5) that crosses the land

Timber and Minerals: The timber and mineral rights in so far as they are owned and are included within the sale.

Land Registry: The property is going through first registration with the Land Registry and is under the Land Registry. Part of the property is registered under Land Registry Title BD535085.

Historic England: Radwell Farmhouse is a Grade II Listed property under list entry ID 114254.

Business Rates: The property is currently registered for Business Rates with a current rateable value of £5,300 per annum.

Fishing Rights: The property has Fishing Rights along the properties boundary with the River Ouse. These Fishing Rights are currently in hand and will be sold with the freehold.

Drainage Rates: The land is subject to an Environment Agency General Drainage Charge of £2.0947 per hectare.

Basic Payment Scheme and Environmental Stewardship: The land is not registered for the Basic Payment Scheme or subject to any Environmental Stewardship Schemes.

Energy Performance Certificate: Exempt.

Council Tax: Radwell Farmhouse - Council Tax - (Band G) £3,190.87

Town and country planning: The property notwithstanding any description contained within these particulars is sold subject to any development plan, tree preservation order, town and planning scheme, Resolution or notice which may or may not come to be enforced and also subject any statutory provisions or bylaws without any obligation on the part of the sellers to specify this.

Overage: The stables and buildings labelled A, B, C, D and E on the sale plan will be sold subject to an average clause whereby the vendor will be entitled to 20% uplift and the value over a period of 20 years. In the event that planning consent is obtained for any non-agricultural or commercial use. The overage will be triggered upon the sale of the land with the benefit of planning consent or the implementation of any such consent.

Holdover: The sellers are reserving a right of holdover for a period of 3 months from completion in respect of Radwell Hall Farm House.

Disputes: Should any disputes arise as to the boundaries or any matters relating to these particulars, or the interpretation thereof, that matter will be referred to an arbitrator to be appointed by the selling agent.

Plans and Areas: These are prepared as carefully as possible by referenced additional OS data and the Land Registry. These plans are published for illustrative purposes only and although they are believed to be a correct that accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

Anti-money laundering: In accordance with the most recent anti money laundering legislation the purchaser will be required to provide proof of identity and address to the selling agent once an offer has been submitted and accepted (subject to contract) prior to solicitors being instructed.

Fixtures and Fittings: All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale unless specifically referred to in these particulars Boundaries: The buyer(s) should shall deem to have full knowledge of all boundaries and meet at the seller nor the selling agents will be responsible the defining boundaries nor their ownership.

VAT: Any Guide Price quoted or discussed are exclusive VAT, we are not aware that VAT will be payable on the property but in the event that a sale of the property, or any part of it, or any right attached to it, becomes a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable in addition to the purchase price.

Local Authority and Local Planning Authority: Bedford Borough Council, Borough Hall, Cauldwell Street, Bedford MK42 9AP Postcode: MK43 7HU

Health and safety: Given the potential hazards we would ask you that you be vigilant as possible when making your inspection of the property for your own personal safety.

Selling Agents
James Bailey.
james.bailey@brown-co.com
07801 311326

Lucy Bates.
lucy.bates@brown-co.com
07880 130240

Viewing: The property can be viewed strictly by appointment only with the selling agents (Brown & Co) subject to Government Guidelines. Telephone number:01480 213811

COVID-19: In accordance with the current government guidelines viewing other residential properties is not permitted at this time and further images will be available from the selling agents. Viewing of the remainder of the property will be permitted with particular the hand having first made an appointment with the selling agent.

Photos and Particulars: Prepared and taken December 2020.









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