A productive agricultural and equestrian smallholding situated in open North Wiltshire countryside. An attractive 4 bedroom brick built bungalow with an AOC, an extensive range of modern farm buildings with stabling and yards. In all about 74 acres of land within a ring fence.
THE PROPERTY AT A GLANCE
| Farm Buildings equalling 24,870 sq ft
| Agricultural and equestrian smallholding
| Four bedroom family bungalow (with AOC)
| Productive level grassland
| Set in approximately 74 Acres
Braydon Manor Farm is an ideal agricultural and equestrian smallholding with a 4 bedroom bungalow (subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition), a tremendous range of modern farm buildings extending to 24,870 sq. ft., well suited for livestock, equestrian and fodder storage. The ring fenced holding extends to about 72 acres (30ha) of level, productive pasture
The L shaped bungalow is a detached brick built dwelling with its own access directly off the highway leading to a gravelled entrance drive with good off road parking for a number of vehicles. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with doors leading to the kitchen/diner with pantry, utility/cloakroom, living room with woodburner. There are three good sized double bedrooms, a further single bedroom that could be used as an office and family bathroom. The garden is laid mostly to lawn with a beautiful wooded area with wild flowers. There is a separate patio area with amazing views over the property's land. There is also a useful garage and log store attached to the property.
There is a collection of modern steel framed barns, in all 24,870 sq ft, arranged around large concrete and hardcore yards with two separate accesses to the highway. The farmstead is well positioned with easy access to the fields.
| Dutch Barn
45'(4.18 m) x 50' (4.64 m)
A combination of two 3-bay steel framed open sided Dutch barns used for the storage of fodder, livestock and equipment.
| Livestock Building
57' (5.29 m) x 60' (5.57 m)
A steel portal framed covered yard with concrete block walls under corrugated sheeted roof with cladding to the sides of the building and concrete floor. Internally, the building has been partitioned with half of the building being used for loose housing, with water trough connections and the other half partitioned off to form 5 blockwork stables. There is a secured tack room (with integrated washing and w.c. facilities) and adjacent to this, a secure storage building which is currently used as a workshop.
| Dutch Barn
60' x 30' (5.57 x 2.78 m)
A 5-bay Dutch barn with corrugated sheeted roof sheet and part clad in galvanised ironwork on two sides and a part concrete floor.
| Livestock Shed
180' x 80' (16.72 x 7.43 m)
A 6-bay steel portal framed agricultural building with part Yorkshire boarding and concrete block walls under a corrugated sheeted roof. This is currently used to house cattle but has immense potential (subject to planning) to be used as an indoor riding school.
| Stable Barn
75' X 40' (6.96 x 3.71 m)
A steel portal framed general purpose building with concrete block walls under a corrugated sheeted roof and a concrete floor. Internally, there are 18 timber framed stables.
The land at Braydon Manor Farm extends to about 72 acres (29.16ha) of mostly level ground and contained within a ring fence. The land is down to pasture and is divided into 5 easily manageable fields with well-maintained mainly stockproof hedges and fences. The land is a fertile clay loam and has benefited from sound management of a regime of grazing and mowing. The ground produces good quality crops of sweet meadow hay and grass silage and provides excellent livestock and equestrian grazing. There is a useful hardcore track leading from the buildings which serves the majority of the fields.
All the fields have water troughs connections.
Braydon Manor Farm is situated in the hamlet of Braydon in rural North Wiltshire. The property is within 5 miles of the historic market town of Royal Wootton Bassett and the larger centres of Cirencester, Swindon, Bath and Bristol are all within easy reach by car. Transport links are good with easy access to the M4 Junction 16 (approximately 10 miles) and the mainline railway station at Swindon provides a direct line to London Paddington (55 minutes).
The area is popular for equestrian interests lying in the vicinity of Vale of White Horse and Duke of Beaufort hunts. There is racing at Newbury, Cheltenham, Chepstow and Bath with point-to-point courses at Barbury Castle and Siddington. In addition, there is annual eventing at Badminton and Barbury Castle.
Council Tax Band E
| Wiltshire Council: 01249 706111
| Rural Payments Agency: 08456 037777
Mains water and electricity supply to the bungalow and buildings.
Mains water supply to the land
Private drainage to the bungalow
Solar panels to the bungalow.
Planning permission was granted on 23 July 1979 (N/790584/F) for the erection of the bungalow subject to the following condition "the occupation of the dwelling shall be limited to a person solely or mainly employed or last employed in agriculture in the locality as defined by section 290 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1974 or in forestry (including any dependant of such a person residing with him or her or a widow of such a person)".
Further details from the selling agents.
Basic Payment Scheme
The farm is registered with the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) for the purposes of Basic Payments Scheme (BPS) and there are a total of 29.15 units of Entitlements which will be made available to the buyer as part of the purchase price
Environmental Schemes and Designations
Braydon Manor Farm falls within a Surface Water Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.
Tenure and Possession
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Woolley & Wallis Finance Ltd are well positioned to assist prospective buyers obtain specialist finance for rural property. We are agents for the AMC and also have good contacts with numerous other lenders who will be able to discuss your requirements in further detail.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
Braydon Manor Farm is sold subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the title deeds together with all existing rights of way whether public or private, including wayleaves, easements, covenants, restrictions and obligations whether to specifically in these sale particulars or not. The buyer shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and the ownership thereof.
All viewings are by appointment only arranged through our Marlborough Farm & Rural Office 01672 515252. No dogs allowed on farm.