An attractive mixed farm with Grade II Listed farmhouse and alternative income streams | About 148 acres

Buryend Farmhouse is an attractive Grade II Listed farmhouse with the original part dating back to the 17th Century with later alterations understood to have taken place in the early 19th Century. The farmhouse overlooks its own land with a beautiful and established gardens surrounding the property to north, east and southern elevations. The main entrance door opens into a good-sized kitchen with exposed beams and pitched roof with a doorway leading into a cosy sitting room with wood burner and adjoining utility room, the original farmhouse entrance provides access to the south facing patio garden. Leading on from the sitting room is the dining room and next door is the family room which is a light and attractive south facing room with a fireplace and exposed beam. The drawing room is a character room, which has a wood burning stove and garden door. The first floor has a good sized principal bedroom with inbuilt cupboards, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom with a bath and separate shower. There is a further double bedroom accessed from a stairs taken from the sitting room.

The farmhouse is finished to a high standard after being sympathetically renovated over the years by the current owners and provides a wonderful family home incorporating many of the original farmhouse features.

A virtual viewing of the farmhouse is available.

The attractive gardens provide a super outlook for the farmhouse and are down to lawn with flowerbeds surrounding the farmhouse to the north, east and southern elevations. To the north and by the entrance door is a sheltered patio area with elevated flowerbeds leading to a small lawned area. To the east is a productive kitchen garden with adjoining lawn and sheltered by mature trees and to the south is a wonderful patio area with brick built barbecue area, rose beds and water feature which is the perfect place for relaxing or entertaining. To the north of the gardens is a small paddock with a timber framed garden shed and garden storage building.

To the west of the farmhouse and separated by the farm lane are a range of modern farm buildings. Currently utilised for storage purposes and occupied under a range of agreements the buildings provide a good income for the farm. The buildings also have scope for other uses such as equestrian, subject to the correct planning permissions.

To the south of the farm buildings are five timber-framed stables with adjoining tack room and concrete yard.

The current Owners also run a container storage business from the farm, with a range of containers located to the west of the farm buildings. The business brings in a good alternative income and further details are available from the Vendors agent.

Surrounding the farmhouse are level paddocks mainly down to grass which are suitable for grazing or amenity use and extend to approximately 14 acres. To the south eastern edge of the land is approximately 2 acres of woodland with water courses and ponds which provide an attractive outlook.

Field 6227 to the north of the farm buildings was formerly utilised for caravan and camping purposes and was a certified site with the Camping and Caravanning Club bringing in a good alternative income. Although no longer registered, the field provides the possibility for diversification in the future.

The land at Buryend Farm is attractive level farmland which looks across to the River Severn on the eastern boundary and the Malvern Hills in distance from the western boundary and comprises; approximately 94 acres (38 ha) of Grade 3 productive arable land and 30 acres (12ha) of grassland. The arable land is currently included in a Contract Farming Agreement (CFA). The main block of grassland lies to the western boundary and is currently grazed on a grazing licence which runs from the spring until the end of the summer grazing season. The land is well fenced and hedged to the majority of the boundaries and is accessed from Buryend Lane and through internal field gates. There is a mains water trough located on the southern boundary of field 4167.

Due to the location of the farm and with the benefit of a variety of different ponds, watercourses and areas of woodland, the sporting and especially wildfowling opportunities are excellent.

Method of sale: Buryend Farm is offered for sale as a whole or in up to two lots by private treaty. Subject to the current leases, licenses and agreements on the farm buildings and containers, a full schedule outlining these is available upon request from the Vendors Agent. Contract Farming Agreement: There is currently a Contract Farming Agreement (CFA) in place, which is due to expire once the 2021 crop has been harvested.

Services: Buryend Farmhouse is connected to mains electricity and water with an oil fired central heating system. A private water supply could be taken from a well on the farm, however this is currently not utilised. Drainage is to a private drainage system. The farm buildings are connected to mains electricity and water.

Wayleaves, easements and 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, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.

There are two public footpaths crossing over the land. Further details are available from the vendor’s agent.

Basic Payment: The entitlements to the Basic Payment are included in the sale. The vendor has submitted a claim for the current scheme year and will retain the payment for this scheme year in its entirety. The vendor will use reasonable endeavours to transfer the entitlements to the purchaser as soon after completion as the transfer rules allow.

Flood Zone: Buryend Farm falls within the flood zone. The River Severn runs adjacent to part of the eastern boundary.

Holdover: Holdover is reserved to permit the harvesting of all growing crops.

Ingoing valuation: In addition to the purchase price the purchaser will be required to pay for: Growing crops and all beneficial cultivations, sub soiling, moling and acts of husbandry since the last harvest at current CAAV rates or contract rates where applicable; Seed, fertilisers, manures and sprays applied to the growing crops since the last harvest at invoice cost; All seeds, sprays, fertilisers, fuel, oil and other consumables in store at invoice cost. Enhancement of £30/ acre/ month from the date of establishment to completion. Lime and chalk applied since the last harvest at invoice cost of the materials and spreading.

Sporting, timber and mineral rights: All sporting timber and mineral rights are included in the freehold sale, in so far as they are owned. Planning: There is an ongoing planning application at the farm. Further details are available from the Vendor’s agent.

Planning: There is an ongoing planning application at the farm. Further details are available from the Vendor’s agent.

Overage: The farm is sold subject to the existing overage agreements. Further details are available from the Vendors agent.

Fixtures and fittings: All items usually regarded as tenant’s fixtures and fittings and equipment, including fitted carpets and curtains, together with garden ornaments and statuary, are specifically excluded from the sale. A range of farm equipment may be available by separate negotiation. Further details are available from the Vendors agent.

Local authority: Malvern Hills District Council (01684 862221) Worcestershire County Council (01905 763763)

VAT: Any guide price quoted or discussed is exclusive of VAT. 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.

Health and safety: Given the potential hazards of a working farm we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety, particularly around the farm buildings and machinery.

Solicitors: Lodders, Glensanda House, 1 Montpellier Parade, Cheltenham GL50 1UA

Postcode: WR8 0NJ

Viewing Strictly by confirmed appointment with the vendor’s agents, Strutt & Parker in Oxford 07826 672139

This property has 148.43 acres of land.

Situation

Buryend Farm is situated in an attractive location 1.3 miles south of the popular town of Upton-upon-Severn in Worcestershire. Upton-upon-Severn lies on the western bank of the River Severn and boasts a variety of shops, cafés and a primary school. The larger town of Great Malvern which lies 8 miles to the north-west and the market town of Tewkesbury 9 miles to the south east both provide a larger range of amenities. The cathedral city of Worcester 12 miles to the north and the popular spa town of Cheltenham 19 miles to the south are both easily accessed and have diverse centres providing a good range of shops, restaurants and schools. Junction 1 of the M50 is 4.5 miles to the south east and provides access into Wales and the wider transport networks including Junction 8 of the M5 (1 mile).

Directions

From the A4104 or B421 you will come to a roundabout located to the north west of Upton-upon-Severn take the exit onto Church Street which bears right and joins High Street, continue south through the town centre where you will join the A4104/Old Street. After about ½ mile take the left onto taking the second right onto Rectory Road. Continue for around ½ mile where the road bears left turn right onto Buryend Lane and continue down the lane and you will arrive at the farm.

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Ref: CFA170008

Buryend Lane, Upton-upon-Severn Worcester WR8

Guide Price
£1,750,000

Ref: CFA170008

Buryend Lane, Upton-upon-Severn Worcester WR8

Guide Price
£1,750,000