3 GREENFIELD LODGE FARM STRIXTON, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE NN29 7PB An exceptionally well presented arable farm of about 1, acres ( ha) predominantly ring fenced to the south of Wellingborough with a well-appointed Grade II listed farmhouse and two ranges of farm buildings. Approximate mileages Wellingborough 5 miles Northampton 13 miles Milton Keynes 20 miles London 64 miles Approximately 1, acres ( ha) Grade II listed 6 bedroom house Range of traditional farm buildings Two ranges of modern buildings About 3,500 tonnes of grain storage Available in three lots or as a whole London Office Old Bond Street London W1S 4PT t Oxford office Worton Park, Cassington Oxon, OX29 4SU t
4 Situation The farm lies approximately 5 miles south of Wellingborough, with good access from the A509 between the villages of Wollaston and Bozeat. Set well back from the public road along a private driveway, the farmhouse overlooks an attractive courtyard of traditional farm buildings to the rear, and a private garden to the front. The principal farmyard lies beyond the house, whilst a secondary farm yard with additional farm buildings lies at the northern end of the farm and can be accessed separately via the village of Wollaston. Lot 1- shown pink on the sale plan Includes the farmhouse and adjacent farm buildings within approximately acres (111.76Ha). Greenfield Lodge Farmhouse Accommodation Greenfield Lodge Farmhouse is an attractive Grade II listed stone farmhouse in excess of 5,000 square feet with well-proportioned accommodation. To the front of the house is a pretty partially walled garden, whilst an extensive courtyard of traditional outbuildings lies to the rear, providing stabling, garaging, storage and entertaining space.
5 Main House
6 Ground floor: Hall, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, sitting room, snug, utility/boot room, WC and access to cellar. First floor: Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, guest bedroom with ensuite dressing room and bathroom, further bedroom and shower room and study area. Second floor: Three further bedrooms and shower room. Gardens To the west of the house is an attractive enclosed garden largely laid to lawn with well planted herbaceous borders. To the east of the house is a vegetable garden and former orchard. Traditional Outbuildings The farmhouse is located adjacent to an attractive courtyard of stone built outbuildings. These include a party barn (with kitchen), stables, farm office with flat above, garaging and various stores. Cottages To the South of the farmhouse is a pair of derelict semidetached farm cottages. These have not been occupied during the vendor s ownership of the farm which commenced in Buildings There are two yards with farm buildings supporting the farming operation: Greenfield Lodge Farm Buildings Greenfield Lodge Farm Buildings are to the east and south east of the house and traditional buildings.
7 Greenfield Lodge Farm Buildings Building No Approximate Area Description m x 23m m x 6.1m Steel framed machinery with galvanised grain walling and concrete floor under and asbestos roof. Provides approximately 700 tons of grain storage. Open fronted brick and stone cart shed under a slate roof m x 7.7m Open fronted machinery store with corrugated ad box corrugated walls under an asbestos roof m x 20.2m Grain Store of box corrugated elevations under an asbestos roof. Provides approximately 1,800 tons of grain storage m x 9.8 Corrugated open sided Dutch barn m x 6.4m Block built chemical store m x 6.6m Corrugated lean to store m x 8.7m Corrugated and part rendered lean to store. Reproduced from the Ordnance Survey map with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office Licence No. ES CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. The plan is published for convenience only. Although it is thought to be correct its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it does not form part of the contract. NOT TO SCALE.
8 Lot 2 shown light blue on the sale plan Includes the Poplar farmbuildings within about acres (206.44Ha). Poplars Farm Buildings Poplars Farm Buildings are situated to the north of the farm with a separate access. Building No Approximate Area Description 9 6.4m x 23.25m Twin span Dutch barn under a corrugated metal roof with part galvanised grain walling m x 5.9m Additional lean to m x 6.6m Cart shed of brick and stone elevations with two enclosed bays under a slate roof m x 20m Steel framed grain store with central tunnel and galvanised grain walling. Provides approximately 1,000 tons of grain storage. New drive-on drying store installed m x 6.62m A traditional barn of stone construction with first floor loft over one end subdivided into 3 stores. Reproduced from the Ordnance Survey map with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office Licence No. ES CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. The plan is published for convenience only. Although it is thought to be correct its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it does not form part of the contract. NOT TO SCALE.
9 Lot 3 shown dark blue on the sale plan Approximately acres (100.38Ha) of bare arable land with good road access. Land The farmland comprises large arable fields bordered by hedgerows and is well served by internal farm access tracks as well as gateways onto the public road. The land is classed as a combination of grade 2 and good grade 3b land of Hanslope series soils which are described as slowly permeable calcareous clayey soils. Over the last 5 years the farm has on average yielded over 3.5 tonnes of wheat per acre and just over 1.6 tonnes of oilseed rape per acre. Cropping has been predominantly a wheat, rape rotation with some spring cropping which for 2015 harvest is approximately 53 acres of spring beans. A schedule of the last five year cropping yields and rotations is available in the data room. A substantial portion of the farm has been drained and further information can be obtained from the selling agents. Local Information Local shopping and amenities are provided at Wellingborough approximately 5 miles to the north, whilst more extensive shopping and leisure facilities can be found at Northampton and Milton Keynes. Services Mains water, electricity and telephone. Private drainage system. Three phase electricity connection to the main farm buildings. Rights of Way, Easements & Wayleaves A single footpath runs past Poplars Farm to the north through the farm and branches into two above the southern boundary. A restricted byway runs through the land to the north east of Poplars Farm. There is an electricity wayleave crossing the land. Further details are available in the data room.
12 Reproduced from the Ordnance Survey map with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office Licence No. ES CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. The plan is published for convenience only. Although it is thought to be correct its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it does not form part of the contract. NOT TO SCALE.
13 Planning The property lies within Wellingborough Borough Council. The North Northamptonshire Core Spatial Strategy was adopted in 2008 for the period up to Following the implementation of the NPPF, The North Northamptonshire Joint Planning Unit began preparing a new plan for the period to 2031 called the North Northamptonshire Joint Core Strategy. This is expected to be adopted in late Greenfield Lodge Farmhouse is Grade II listed under the Listing NGR SP Local Authority Borough Council of Wellingborough, Swanspool House, Doddington Road, Wellingborough, NN8 1BP t e w Subsidies & Grants The Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements will be sold with the farm. Further details of the eligible area, RLR plans and claim information are available in the data room. The farm is within an Entry Level Stewardship scheme expiring in August Sporting Rights Sporting rights are included in the sale. Timber All timber rights are included in the sale. Minerals Mineral rights are included except on the southern half of the farm where they are excluded from the sale. Further information is available from the selling agents. Solicitors J Garrard & Allen Solicitors 4 High Street, Olney, MK46 4BB Title Deeds The land is registered title under title number NN Sales Conditions The vendors intend to remain in the farmhouse for a period of six months from the date of completion under an Assured Shorthold tenancy agreement to include the farmhouse, adjacent courtyard of buildings and paddock. Tenure Freehold with vacant possession. Council Tax Greenfield Lodge Farmhouse is in council tax band G. The amount payable for 2015/16 is 2, VAT The property is not opted to tax so no VAT will be charged except on any elements of tenant right valuation where VAT applies. Method of sale For sale by private treaty. Lotting The property is for sale in three lots or as a whole. Post Code NN29 7PB Directions From Wellingborough proceed south on the A509 London Road towards Wollaston. After approximately 4 miles, proceed straight over the roundabout at Wollaston and continue for a further 1.3 miles. The entrance to Greenfield Lodge Farm will be found on the left hand side marked by two mature trees. Viewing Strictly by appointment with the selling agents. Date of Information Particulars prepared June 2015 Photographs taken June 2015 Reproduced from the Ordnance Survey map with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office Licence No. ES CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. The plan is published for convenience only. Although it is thought to be correct its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it does not form part of the contract. NOT TO SCALE. Important Notice Savills, their clients and any joint agents give notice that: 1. They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 2. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, images and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and Savills have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.
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