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Home Farm, London End, Priors Hardwick, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 7SL

121,608.04 Sq M, (1,308,978 Sq Ft)

12.16 hectares, (30.05 acres)

Guide price £1,025,000

Under offer

HOME FARM
Priors Hardwick, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 7SL
Sale of Approximately 30.05 Acres (12.16 Hectares)
ATTRACTIVE FARMHOUSE | RANGE OF FARM BUILDINGS | SCOPE FOR CONVERSION
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY AS A WHOLE OR IN TWO LOTS

LOCATION
Home Farm is located within the village of Priors Hardwick, enjoying a beautiful rural position off London End Road. It is located approximately 9.26 miles north east of Banbury and 10.80 miles south-east of Royal Leamington Spa, in the county of Warwickshire.
Services and amenities are available at either Southam (4.98 miles to the north-west) or Banbury (9.26 miles to the south). The M40 is accessible via Welsh Road then the A361. This is approximately 11.20 miles. Banbury Railway Station provides convenient rail link…

HOME FARM
Priors Hardwick, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47 7SL
Sale of Approximately 30.05 Acres (12.16 Hectares)
ATTRACTIVE FARMHOUSE | RANGE OF FARM BUILDINGS | SCOPE FOR CONVERSION
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY AS A WHOLE OR IN TWO LOTS

LOCATION
Home Farm is located within the village of Priors Hardwick, enjoying a beautiful rural position off London End Road. It is located approximately 9.26 miles north east of Banbury and 10.80 miles south-east of Royal Leamington Spa, in the county of Warwickshire.
Services and amenities are available at either Southam (4.98 miles to the north-west) or Banbury (9.26 miles to the south). The M40 is accessible via Welsh Road then the A361. This is approximately 11.20 miles. Banbury Railway Station provides convenient rail links to London and Birmingham.

DESCRIPTION
The property comprises an attractive three bedroom stone farmhouse, a range of traditional and modern farm buildings along with paddock land. The farm buildings provide the purchaser with huge scope for conversion to residential or commercial use (STPP).

The property extends to a total of 30.05 acres (12.16 ha), as seen on the plan within these particulars.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
Vacant Possession will be provided upon completion.

METHOD OF SALE & LOTTING
The property is For Sale by Private Treaty as a whole or in two lots.

Lot 1 - Farmhouse, buildings and paddock land extending to a total of 12.90 acres (5.22ha).

Lot 2 - Paddock land extending to a total of 17.15 acres (6.94 ha).

LOT 1 - FARMHOUSE, BUILDINGS & PADDOCKS
Lot 1 comprises the farmhouse, a range of agricultural buildings and paddock land which extends to approximately 12.90 acres (5.22 ha) (shown shaded blue on the plan).

THE FARMHOUSE
Home Farm House benefits from three bedrooms and is constructed of traditional Hornton stone and red brick under a slate roof. The property has plentiful character with original features and extends to 255.9 sqm (excluding the garage). The property has extensive scope for modernisation and has formal front and rear gardens.

The accommodation comprises the following:

Ground Floor
Porch - The porch benefits from wooden flooring and offers an inviting entrance from the front garden.
Sitting Room - Original Inglenook fireplace with exposed beams and under stairs cupboard.
Dining Room - Brick fireplace with exposed beams and window seat.
Pantry - Former dairy with exposed beams and flag stone floor.
Bathroom - Complete with bath, WC, wash hand basin and separate shower cubicle.
Kitchen - Fitted kitchen and a Rayburn range cooker.
Utility Room - Fitted sink unit, cupboards and tiled walls.

First Floor
Bedroom 1 - A double room with a chimney breast and front
aspect views.
Bedroom 2 - A spacious double room with two built-in wardrobes, exposed beams and wooden floor boards.
Bedroom 3 - A large double bedroom with exposed beams along with front and side aspect views.
Attic - Three attic rooms in the eaves.
Outbuilding - Brick paved courtyard leading to a brick outbuilding under a slate roof. There is also a WC and wash hand basin.

GARDEN
The front and rear gardens are laid to lawn with mature trees and borders.

BUILDINGS
The property has an extensive range of traditional and modern farm buildings which vary in size and construction. They are located to the rear of the farmhouse with easy access from the courtyard. The buildings provide the purchaser with an exciting opportunity of conversion to either residential or commercial use (STPP). The buildings are set in a yard area of 0.44 acres (0.18 ha) and comprise the following:

Workshop - Block building with concrete flooring and double doors to gable end benefiting from an electrical supply.
Threshing Barn - Traditional two-storey stone construction barn under a corrugated pitched roof with exposed beams, cobble flooring and a Granary above.
Pole Barn Lean-to - Pole barn under corrugated roof, consisting of three bays with earth flooring, open to all sides.
Range Building - Constructed of brick, stone and block under a corrugated pitched roof. The range comprises of a store and two loose boxes.
Feed Store - Constructed of concrete block with a timber frame and concrete flooring under a corrugated roof.
Stables - Constructed of block and timber with concrete flooring, comprising two loose boxes.
Covered Yard - Three bay covered yard constructed of steel and concrete block with retaining walls to both rear and side elevations under a pitched corrugated roof.
Stable Block- Constructed of concrete block under a corrugated roof with an open fronted concrete yard comprising six loose boxes, benefiting from electricity and a water supply.
Greenhouse- Timber framed building with block walling.
Poultry Shed - Sectional timber construction under corrugated tin roof with elevated concrete flooring.
Cattle Shed - Brick and timber framed building with corrugated roof and concrete flooring.

PADDOCK LAND
The property benefits from two paddocks split by a tree line, located to the rear of the farmhouse and buildings. The land is strategically located in the village and would be well suited to equestrian use (STPP). An attractive pond is found within the paddock nearest the farm buildings. The paddock land extends to approximately 11.75 acres (4.76 ha).

LOT 2 - PADDOCK LAND
Lot 2 comprises of paddock land set in three enclosures with rural views. The land is relatively flat and is bordered by mature hedgerows with access off the public highway. Lot 2 extends to approximately 17.15 acres (6.94 ha) (shown shaded pink on the plan).

SERVICES
The farmhouse is connected to mains water, electricity and gas. The paddocks also have a water supply. If the property is sold in separate lots, the Purchaser of Lot 2 will be responsible for the installation of a water sub-meter and the subsequent payment of water to the Purchaser of Lot 1.

BOUNDARIES
The Purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all the boundaries and neither the Vendor nor the Vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries nor their ownership.

COUNCIL TAX
Home Farm House is in Council Tax Band E.

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Home Farm House has an EPC rating of F.

DEVELOPMENT CLAWBACK
The Vendor reserves the right to receive 30% of any uplift in value in the event that planning permission is granted (payment on sale or implementation) for any use other than agricultural or equine, running for a period of 40 years from the date of completion.

SPORTING, MINERAL & TIMBER RIGHTS
Sporting, mineral and timber rights will be included within the Freehold so far as they are owned by the Vendor.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The BPS Entitlements are included in the sale. The Vendor retains the benefit of the 2021 scheme year claim. The Purchaser shall indemnify the Vendor against any breaches of cross compliance for the remainder of the 2021 scheme year.

WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is offered For Sale subject to all existing rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, gas, electricity supplies, and mineral rights, easements, quasi-easements or wayleaves whether or not referred to in these particulars.

There is a bridleway which traverses the property from Welsh Road.

ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING LEGISLATION
In accordance with the most recent Anti Money Laundering Legislation, Purchasers 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.

VIEWING
Viewings are strictly by appointment with Brown&Co.

SELLING AGENTS
Tom Birks & Daisy Miller.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Stratford-on-Avon District Council.
Warwickshire County Council.

PLANS, AREAS & SCHEDULES
Plans included within these particulars are for identification purposes only and shall not form part of any contract or agreement for sale.

GENERAL REMARKS & STIPULATIONS
These particulars are Subject to Contract.


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