Deepmoor Farm is an attractive and productive arable and livestock rearing farm. The property includes a range of modern and traditional farm buildings, a former three bedroom farmhouse (with conversion potential subject to planning consent), and approximately 178 acres of productive arable, pasture and woodland.
Deepmoor Farm is a productive holding, which has produced plentiful crops and carried a good level of suckler cows and breeding ewes, producing good quality livestock.
The buildings have good access from the private hardcore farm drive. There is a useful range of traditional and modern farm buildings, which are adequate for the accommodation of livestock, machinery and fodder which is farmed on the holding. The traditional buildings and redundant former farmhouse within the farmstead may have development potential for other uses, subject to obtaining local planning authority permission.A RANGE OF MODERN AND TRADITIONAL FARM BUILDINGS: A FORMER FARMHOUSE AND APPROXIMATELY 178.19 ACRES OF LAND
The farm buildings are a combination of traditional and modern buildings and have been kept in a good state of repair by the vendors. The buildings are practical for cattle, sheep, machinery and fodder storage with good access off the private drive and accessed by hard core yard areas. The traditional farm buildings may have potential for alternative use subject to local planning permission.
The buildings are more particularly described as follows:
8.99m x 4.31m traditional timber and lapboard building under a slate roof with loose boxes.
Adjoining the above, a 8.99m x 3.68m lean to timber and corrugated iron building.
12.06m x 4.55m traditional timber and lapboard building under a corrugated iron roof.
Adjoining the above, a 9.30m x 5.37m steel framed building with part block walls with space boarding above under a mono pitch box profile roof with concrete floor.
10.26m x 13.72m steel framed building concrete block walls with space boarding above under a fibre cement roof, with concrete cattle feed alley and barriers.
Adjoining the above, 24.38m x 16.08m open fronted steel framed building with part concrete walls with vented box profile sheeting above under a fibre cement roof, with earth floor.
Adjoining the above, 22.74m x 10.19m open fronted steel framed building with part concrete block walls and box profile walls under a box profile sheet roof with earth floor.
Adjoining the above, 13.72m x 7.95m open fronted steel framed lean to with part concrete block walls and corrugated iron walls under a corrugated iron sheet roof with earth floor.
Adjoining the above, 13.72m x 5.75m open fronted steel framed hay barn with part corrugated iron sides under a corrugated roof with an earth floor.
Adjoining the above, 13.72m x 7.43m steel framed lean to with concrete block and corrugated iron sheets above with a corrugated iron roof. Concrete floor with timber feed trough and manger.
Adjoining the above 13.72m x 9.19m steel framed building with corrugated iron walls under a fibre cement roof with earth floor and double doors to front.
The main farm buildings are surrounded by hard core yard areas and have good access onto the private drive leading to the council maintained road and the farmland.
Upon the land are further buildings as described as follows:
Within parcel 8429 is a 18.29m x 9.14m steel framed lean to building with part corrugated iron sides under a corrugated iron roof.
In addition to the above is an L shaped former stone building measuring 12.17m x 5.41m and 16.10m x 6.18m.
Within parcel 7862, a 12.19m x 12.19 mono pitch, open fronted steel framed building with part concrete sides under a box profile sheet roof.THE LAND
The land at Deepmoor Farm is situated within a ring fence around the farmstead and extends to approximately 178.19ac. The land is rolling pasture, arable and woodland.
The land surrounds the farmstead with some steeper grazing areas. The land is divided into conveniently sized enclosures offering good arable cropping and grazing for livestock.
There are a network of water tanks providing a water supply for livestock grazing on the land which are supplied via a reservoir. The fields are mainly enclosed by mixed species hedges or post and netting fencing.
There are a network of hardcore tracks from the farmyard through the land. The land has good access from the private drive and the farmstead. The land is classified by Defra as grade 3 and 4. The land lies between approximately 170m and 280m above sea level.
The land lies between approximately 170m and 280m above sea level. The land is described in the following schedule:FORMER FARMHOUSE
A redundant, detached three bedroom brick rendered former dwelling under a tiled roof. The dwelling sits adjacent to the traditional farm buildings within the farmstead and may offer development potential, subject to gaining the necessary consents.
The internal accommodation is more particularly described as follows:Rear Porch
4.24m x 4.22m (13'11" x 13'10")
with window to the rear elevation. Door toKitchen
4.40m x 4.22m (14'5" x 13'10")
with flag stone floor, Rayburn and fitted units and built in cupboard. Window to the front and side elevations.Living Room
3.39m x 3.30m (11'1" x 10'10")
with an oak floor, a tiled fire place and hearth with build in storage cupboards, and window to the front elevation.Pantry
3.36m x 2.61m (11'0" x 8'7")
with window to the side elevation and built in shelving.Utility Room
4.05m x 2.19m (13'3" x 7'2")
with window to the rear elevation, fitted units and sink and concrete floor.Bathroom
3.11m x 2.42m (10'2" x 7'11")
with fitted bath, toilet, sink and concrete floor.
Stairs rise from rear hall to the landing giving access toBedroom
4.37m x 4.21m (14'4" x 13'10")
with window to the front elevation and a cast iron fire place.Bedroom
3.51m x 3.39m (11'6" x 11'1")
with window to the front elevation and a cast iron fire place.Bedroom
2.59m x 2.28m (8'6" x 7'6")
with window to the side elevation.Storage Cupboard
2.54m x 1.76m (8'4" x 5'9")OUTSIDE
The dwelling is situated in a level position with garden area to the side, rear and front elevations. The dwelling is situated adjacent to the range of traditional buildings which may offer development potential subject to gaining the necessary consents.DIRECTIONS
From Kington take the B4355 to Presteigne for approximately 6 miles. Proceed over the roundabout, and take the first right signposted to Mortimers Cross. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto the B4362. Continue along the road for approximately 1.5 miles turning left in the village of Combe sign posted to Kinsham. Proceed along the road for approximately3 miles to Lingen. In the village turn right towards Wigmore. Continue along the road for 1 mile, turning right at the cross roads. Proceed along the road for approximately 600m. At the triangle, turn right onto Deepmoor Farm drive as indicated by the McCartneys For Sale sign. Please refer to the location plan.TENURE
We are informed that the property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.OUTGOINGS
Council Tax is payable to Herefordshire County Council. Council Tax Band E for Deepmoor Farmhouse.INGOING
In addition to the purchase price, the purchaser of Lot 2 will be obliged to take to and pay for any growing crops at the date of purchase. Costings for all cultivations, farming operations and growing costs carried out for the benefit of the current growing crops to be valued by the selling agent in accordance with the current CAAV costings.BASIC PAYMENT ENTITLEMENTS
Basic Payment entitlements may be available by separate negotiation.No Basic Payment entitlements will transfer with the sale of this property. We are informed that all the land has been registered with the Rural Payments Agency and digitally mapped for Basic Payment purposes.ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
We have been informed that none of the land is contained within any agri environmental stewardship schemes.SERVICES
Lot 1 - Connected to the farm's private borehole water supply, mains electricity, telephone and bio disc drainage. The central heating in the farmhouse can either be powered by the ground source heat pump or oil. The AGA in the kitchen is oil fired.
Lot 2- Connected to the farm's private borehole water supply and mains electricity.
If in the event the property is sold in two lots, Lot 1 will have the right to remain connected to the farm's private borehole water supply subject to the purchasers of Lot 1 sub-metering and paying an annual charge to the purchasers of Lot 2 equivalent to Welsh Water's prevailing rates. The purchasers of Lot 1 will be responsible for installing (and paying all costs) a sub meter to the property and will be responsible to maintain their water supply pipe from the sub meter to Lot 1.
Lot 1 and Lot 2 are currently connected to the same electricity supply. If Lot 1 is sold separately from Lot 2, the purchasers of Lot 1 must install (and pay all costs to provide a new independent electrical connection to Lot 1) and will be responsible to maintain their supply from the property to the electricity operators apparatus. Lot 1 will have the right to pass over Lot 2 to lay or erect cables to provide a new electricity connection to Lot 1, and will have a right to maintain thereafter.
The new water and electricity connections must be undertaken by the purchaser of Lot 1 within three months of completion. In the interim period, the purchaser of Lot 1 will be responsible for paying for the water and electricity used by Lot 1 to the owners of Lot 2.RENEWABLE ENERGY INSTALLATIONS
Lot 1 benefits from ground source heat pump installation which provides heat to the farmhouse.SPORTING RIGHTS
We have been informed that the sporting rights will pass with the sale of the property (where held by the vendor).MINERAL RIGHTS
We have been informed that the minerals rights will pass with the sale of the property (where held by the vendor).TIMBER
All growing timber is included in the sale.BOUNDARIES
The purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries, and neither the vendors nor the vendors' agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries of ownership thereof.FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Those items mentioned in the sale particulars are included in the freehold sale. All other fixtures and fittings and furnishings are expressly excluded.EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES & RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way, both public and private, all wayleaves, easements and other rights, whether or not specifically referred to. A restricted byway traverses part of the property.TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
The property is offered subject to any development plans, tree preservation orders, ancient orders, public rights of way, town planning schedules, or resolutions, which may be or may come into force. The purchaser(s) will be deemed to have full knowledge of these and have satisfied themselves as to the effects such matters have on the property.FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
The vendors will retain an overage clause for future residential development over the redundant former farmhouse, the adjacent traditional buildings and also the traditional building situated within field number 8429. The vendor will retain a 50% overage clause on the uplift in value of the property for future residential development for a period of 25 years, activated on the granting of planning permission.PLANS, AREAS & SCHEDULES
These are based on ordnance survey and are for reference only. They have been checked and compiled by the vendor's agents and the purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description of the farm. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof. The plan is for the purposes of identification only.ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
A detailed inspection and assessment of the materials that may contain asbestos has not been carried out by the selling agents. Although a general reference to this material may have been made, we cannot confirm whether any of the buildings are constructed of other asbestos based materials, which may be visible, inaccessible of concealed. Prospective purchasers are advised to obtain their own specialist reports in relation to this matter and other environmental issues. Asbestos is considered to be a hazardous material and should only be removed and disposed of by an approved contractor. Full details or regulations regarding asbestos and asbestos based products can be obtained from the environmental health department of the local authority.HEALTH & SAFETY
The agents advise all prospective purchasers when viewing the property to take due care.METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty,