Approximately 48.24 acres (19.52 hectares) of land with farm buildings | Situated on the edge of the village of Broadmayne | Suitable for agriculture or could lend itself to equestrian use (subject to planning) | For sale as a whole or in 2 lots
Lot 1: Approximately 26.14 acres (10.57 hectares) with farm buildings
A block of gently sloping land divided into two enclosures with an area of scrub between. One of the parcels has just been reseeded, the other being established pasture.
The buildings comprise: An open sided steel frame hay barn (18.2m x 18.0m); Covered yard with steel frame, concrete and sleeper walls, side cladding and internal sleeper divisions (27.8m x 22.8m). A yard area surrounds the buildings.
Lot 2: Approximately 22.10 acres (8.95 hectares) with farm buildings.
A block of gently sloping pasture divided into two enclosures. The land includes part of a former dairy unit with a yard area and livestock buildings.
The buildings comprise: A former parlour building of block construction (13.3m x 6.6m); an open fronted steel frame building, lean-to and store (13.7m x 13.3m) with block walls and side cladding.
Access to both lots is provided via a public right of way over the lane known as South Drove.
The land is classified as Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification series. The soil type is Andover 2 series, a well-drained silty soil over chalk.
Rights of way, wayleaves and easements:
A bridleway crosses the centre of the land, extending east to west through lots 1 and 2.
The registered title excludes an historic drove, which is delineated in white on the plan. There are no physical boundary features to mark the route of the drove, which is believed to have been farmed together and as part of the surrounding land for at least 50 years.
Single Payment Scheme:
Entitlements are available by separate negotiation with the vendor.
Method of Sale:
The land is offered for sale by Private Treaty with offers invited subject to contract.
Freehold with vacant possession.
West Dorset District Council
Health and Safety: We ask that you are as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety, particularly around the farm buildings, the slurry lagoon and the well, which are situated within Lot 2.
Postcode: DT2 8PN