About this property
Home Farm, Tibenham extends to approximately 43.27 hectares (106.91 acres) in total. The farm offers a combination of productive arable land, pasture and farm buildings and provides purchasers with an opportunity to acquire a well-equipped mixed unit in an attractive and tranquil rural location.
Home Farm dates back to the 17th century and has been ran as productive dairy farm for the last three generations.
The Farmyard is located to the south of the holding and overlooks pasture to the north and east which forms the main ring-fenced block of land. To the south are two detached parcels. Within the yard is a grain store which has potential for conversion to a commercial or residential use (subject to planning) and ample space within the former stack yard for ancillary outdoor space. There is a further modern livestock building to the north of the yard area.
LOT 1 - HOME FARM BUILDINGS, YARD AND
84.41 ACRES OF LAND
Home Farm buildings and yard
Home Farmyard is north of Low Road and comprises two farm buildings and the former stack yard area. Access is taken directly from the public highway with the grain store immediately adjacent to the road and due north of the store is the livestock building. The total yard area is estimated to be circa 1.69 acres including the footprint of the buildings and there is a good area of concrete and hardstanding around each of the structures.
(a) Grain Store (18.00m x 9.50m) - The Grain Store is constructed of a steel portal frame with steel grain walling, profile sheet cladding and roof and a concrete floor. Access is taken via sliding doors to the south elevation. The building has potential for conversion to a nonagricultural use subject to planning.
(b) Cart Shed (6.50m x 10.50m) - In need of structural repair or replacement, the building constructed of concrete block and brick under profile asbestos roof provides a useful footprint for future development opportunities.
(b) Livestock Building (18.00m x 20.00m) - Modern steel frame under a profile fibre cement sheet roof with a mix of profile steel and Yorkshire board cladding. A variety of gates and lean to on western elevation. Crushed stone floor with concrete apron to south.
(d) Grass & Arable Land - Lot one includes attractive grazing meadows to the north and east of the yard extending to 51.40 acres, and a further 33.01 acres of productive arable land currently down to a grass ley. The meadows are divided into a number of paddocks and all have stock fencing. Through the centre of Lot one runs an attractive stream which joins the River Tas to the east. All of the parcels are enclosed by attractive mature hedges and boundary trees.
LOT 2 - ARABLE LAND
Lot two comprises productive arable land extending to 3.75 hectares (9.27 acres) in a single enclosure south of Low Road and south east of the yard with direct access off the public highway to the north.
LOT 3 - GRASS PADDOCK
Lot three comprises two adjoining enclosures of grassland extending to 1.83 hectares (4.52 acres) due west of the yard and north of Low Road with direct access from the public highway.
LOT 4 - GRASS PADDOCK
Lot four comprises a single productive grassland parcel extending to 2.84 hectares (7.02 acres) south of Low Road.
Method Of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole or in four lots. If a purchaser is interested in part of a lot, they are invited to discuss their requirements with the selling agents.
Exchange Of Contracts & Completion
Exchange of contracts and completion will take place within 28 days after receipt by the purchaser/s solicitor of a draft contract with completion by agreement thereafter.
A deposit of 10% of the purchase price will be payable on exchange of contracts. If early entry is required then the purchaser/s will be asked to pay an additional 10% at that stage.
The Vendor will retain the right of holdover to store grain in the store up to 31st December 2022.
Health & Safety
The property is part of a working farm and therefore viewers should be careful and vigilant whilst on the holding. Neither the Seller nor the Selling Agents are responsible for the safety of those viewing the property and accordingly those viewing the property do so at their own risk.
Anti Money Laundering
In accordance with the most recent Anti Money Laundering Legislation, the Buyer will be required to provide proof of identity and address to the selling agents once an offer is submitted and prior to solicitors being instructed.
Home Farm is located to the west of the village of Tibenham, approximately 1.70 miles from the centre of the village which includes a local public house and active village hall. Tibenham is probably most famous for its airfield used as a heavy bomber station by both the RAF and USAAF during the Second World War.
The postcode for Home Farm is NR16 1PN
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