Lot 1 (coloured red on the plan)
The agricultural land extends to approximately 78.04 acres of
grassland with good road frontage onto Wiseton Road. The land is classified as grade 3 on the Land Classification Maps and is situated within an area which includes the Brockhurst 2,
Blackwood and Whimple 3 soil series which are all characterised by a reddish, fine, loamy soil capable of growing winter cereal.
The land is currently permanent pasture and being grazed,
however is likely to be suitable for arable cultivation subject to
gaining the necessary consents. To the western boundary is an all weather gallops which extends to approximately 1 mile.
The land is registered for the Single Payment Scheme and it is the vendor’s intention to transfer the entitlement with the land, subject to RPA approval. The vendor reserves the right to any outstanding payments relating to the 2012 cropping year or earlier. Transfer will be co-ordinated by Savills with a fee of £300 + VAT, being payable by the purchaser.
Lot 2 (coloured blue on the plan)
The amenity land at Wiseton extends to approximately 12.29 acres and is attractive countryside situated on the edge of Wiseton Hall and includes a naturally stocked small lake fed by the Chesterfield canal, 8 fenced paddocks all with a water supply, mature trees and woodland and an impressive lime tree avenue.
The amenity land is likely to appeal to those with sporting
interests, predominantly private fishing or an equestrian interest or alternatively someone looking for their special
“piece of countryside”.