Extending to about 20.52 acres (8.30 hectares) the land is predominantly down to pasture with a small area of woodland on the north east boundary.
The land is divided into two fields separated by a track running west to east. The fields are bordered by mature hedges with the Burroway brook forming the southern boundary and the Sharney Brook running through the land close to the northern boundary.
The soils are classified as being Grade 3 and according to the Soil Survey of England and Wales the soils are of the Kelmscot and Badsey 1 series known to be calcareous loamy soils over gravel and and are generally best suited to cereals and short term grassland.
TENURE AND POSSESSION
The freehold of the property is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is to be sold as a whole by private treaty.
Unaccompanied viewings are permitted during daylight hours provided that you have a copy of the sales particulars with you and that you have registered your interest with Savills.