- For Sale by Informal Tender - 12 noon Thursday 13 July 2023
- Available as a whole or in 2 Lots
- Guide Price for Whole £1,075,000
- Lot 1 - 137.06 acres - Guide £1,025,000 Lot 2 - 3.22 acres - Guide £50,000
The Property consists of a substantial block of bare arable land extending to approximately 140.28 acres (56.77 Hectares). The Property is bound to the north by the village of Aunsby and to the south by the village of Dembleby, leading down to the A52. The Property can be accessed directly from the public highway running north towards the
village of Aunsby from the A52.
Planning permission has been granted from North Kesteven District Council to construct a new agricultural access.
The Property is offered for sale by Informal Tender as a whole or in individual lots. The tender deadline is 12 noon on Thursday 13th July 2023.
About this property
LOT 1 - 137.06 ACRES OF LAND
A substantial block of principally Grade 3 arable land in seven parcels, well suited to modern agriculture. The land is shown hatched red on the sale plan.
The land is shown on the Soil Survey for England and Wales as a combination of Soil Series. The Western three parcels close to the public highways are predominately classified as the Curdridge series, which is described as calcareous fine loamy soils over gravel, variably affected by groundwater, associated with non-calcareous clayey soils over gravel. The soils are capable of growing cereals, sugar beet, potatoes, and some field vegetables. The remaining arable land to the east is a combination of the Curdridge series with bands of the Hanslope series, which is described as slowly permeable calcareous clayey soils with some slowly permeable non-calcareous clayey soils. This series is capable of growing winter cereals and other arable crops.
LOT 2 - 3.22 ACRES OF LAND
A sheltered well located pasture block close to the village of Aunsby extending to two paddocks which are classified as principally Grade 3. The paddocks are accessed to the north direct from Aunsby Road and
are enclosed by a combination of hedges and boundary trees. The land is shown hatched blue on the sale plan.
The land is shown on the Soil Survey for England and Wales as being of the Aswarby series which is described as shallow permeable calcareous fine loamy soils over limestone, slowly permeable seasonally water logged clayey soils which are suited to growing cereals, sugar beet and potatoes.
Lot 2 will be sold with an overage for any development (other than agricultural purposes) and this will apply to any residential, commercial, equestrian or renewable energy development . The rate will be 30% for 35 years from the completion date and payable on the grant of a valid planning consent.
The land is located approximately 6 miles south-west from the town of Sleaford and 10 miles northeast from the town of Grantham, close to the village of Aunsby.
The Property may be viewed at any time with a copy of these Particulars to hand subject to prior notification to the Sellers Agent. Viewing is at your own risk and neither the Sellers Agent nor Seller take any responsibility for any losses or damages incurred during inspection. Please be aware of the risks associated with a working farm.
Should any sale of the Property as a whole or in lots or any right attached become a chargeable supply for the purpose of VAT, such tax shall be payable by the Purchaser in addition to the contract price.
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