Very attractive parcel of mainly Chestnut woodland amounting to approximately 9.349 acres (3.784 ha)
TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON 12th December 2016 AT MILFORD HALL HOTEL, CASTLE STREET, SALISBURY COMMENCING AT 2.00PM
Humphreys Copse we understand, was planted about 60 years ago and comprises of mainly Chestnut Woodland with a few mature Oaks that are protected by Tree Preservation Orders. The Copse is enclosed by chain link fencing and we understand there is a water supply that has not been used for many years.
The Copse is situated under White Sheet Hill between White Sheet Trout Fishery and Whitemoor Lakes Coarse Fishery in lovely East Dorset countryside about 2.5 miles northeast of the Minster town of Wimborne.
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PURCHASERS ADMINISTRATION FEE
The successful purchaser will be required to pay the Auctioneers a Purchasers Administration Fee of £500 plus VAT, payable to Woolley and Wallis. The charge will apply to each lot including any bought prior to the auction.
Cheques for deposits should be made payable to the Vendors Solicitor.
Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to whether VAT is chargeable on the price prior to Auction.
There will be a reserve price, this is the minimum price at which the lot will sell, and the vendors or their agents shall be at liberty to bid at the auction. This may be subject to change by the Vendor.
Where a guide price (or range of prices) is given, that price is the minimum price at which, or range of prices within which, the seller might be prepared to sell on the date on which the guide, or range of prices, is published. The guide price may be subject to change. All latest published guide prices and price ranges are displayed on the Woolley and Wallis website. All latest published guide prices and price ranges will normally be at or above any reserve price.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that these guides are not misleading, it is possible that the reserve price set for any lot may exceed the previously pouted guide price - as the seller may fix the final reserve price just before bidding commences. If the guide price is listed as TBA, it means that there is not a guide price at present. The guide price or range of prices will be posted online as soon as it becomes available. Please check for updates.
STIPULATIONS AND CONDITIONS
1. Each property is sold with all faults and defects whether of condition or otherwise and neither the sellers nor the auctioneers, the agents for the seller, are responsible for such faults and defects or for any statement contained in the particulars of the property prepared by the said auctioneers.
2. The purchaser acknowledges that he has not entered into this contract in reliance on any such statement and that he has satisfied himself as to the content of each such statement by inspection or otherwise.
3. The Seller does not make or give, nor are they said auctioneers or their staff authorised to make or give, any representation or warranty whatever in respect of the property.
4. Any error, omission or mis-statement in any such statement shall not entitle the purchaser to rescind or to be discharged from this contract nor entitle either party to compensation or damages, nor in any circumstances give either party any cause for action.
5. If and so far as the foregoing may be inconsistent with the Special Conditions of Sale included in the Contract, the latter shall prevail.
6. This catalogue has been prepared in good faith to give an overall view of each property; it does not form any part of an offer or contract, and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact.
7. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs 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 Woolley & Wallis have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.
8. These particulars were prepared in June 2010.
These particulars should be read in conjunction with the RICS General Conditions.
Vacant possession of the properties will be granted on completion of the sale which will usually be 28 days after exchange of contracts but purchasers should be guided by the Legal Packs for each Lot.
The contract will be subject to the Particulars, General and Special Conditions of Sale, stipulations and notes which may be issued before the sale and to any alterations announced at the Sale. The Special Conditions of Sale and a Memorandum of Agreement are available on request.
The seller will insure the lot from and including the contract date to completions but the buyer must on completion reimburse to the seller the cost of that insurance for the period from and including the contract date to completion. Please refer to the legal pack to check whether this has been valued.
The auctioneers and solicitors are pleased to answer any questions prior to the auction. No questions can be taken during the auction as this can cause delays during the sale and inconveniences other bidders.
COMMON AUCTION CONDITIONS
The Auction will be conducted under the terms set down in the Common Auction Conditions for Auctions of Real Estate in England and Wales, third edition, August 2009. A copy of these Conditions can be downloaded from our website or for a hard copy please telephone 01425 472421
AUCTIONEER - Ben Marshall MSc MRICS FAAV
For all enquiries about this property or bidding at auction please telephone Woolley & Wallis Ringwood on 01425 472421
To receive a copy of the Legal Pack please contact:-
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FTAO:- Martin Laszlo
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From the single carriageway section of the Ferndown by-pass on the A31 turn right (heading west) and left (heading east) signposted Broom Hill and Holt. After about 1.5 miles on entering the village of Broom Hill turn right signposted Whitemoor, Mannington and Three Legged Cross. Continue for about three quarters of a mile and turn right just beyond the turn for Whitemoor Lakes and the woodland will be infront of you.
We understand there is a water supply that has not been used for many years