An attractive parcel of native British hardwood woodland managed with conservation and environmental enhancement as a priority. In all about 2.284 acres (0.924 hectares). (An additional lot available by seperate negotiation).
Lot 2 | 2.284 acres (0.924 hectares)
A useful parcel of mixed native British hardwood woodland including Poplar, Oak and Ash, which has been managed with conservation and environmental enhancement as a priority. The woodland is an excellent habitat for wildlife, as well as attracting a wide range of fauna and flora including snowdrops in early spring. There is currently no vehicular access but this could be arranged (STP).
Basic Payment Scheme:
The farmland is registered for Basic Payment Scheme with 40.34 units of Entitlements held for the holding. The sellers will make and retain the Basic Payment Scheme for 2016. The 40.34 units will be made available to the buyer(s) as part of their purchase price, who will covenant to keep the land in Good Agricultural and Environmental Condition for the remainder of 2016. Upon completion of the sale, the Entitlements will be transferred in the usual manner.
The property falls within a Groundwater Nitrate Vulnerable Zone. The land is entered into an Organic Entry Level Stewardship Scheme (Reference: AG00511061) and this terminates on 30 September 2018.
The land 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. There is a public bridleway which runs along part of the western boundary as shown on the attached land plan.
There is a private metered water connection.
Method of Sale:
The land is sold with vacant possession by private treaty as a whole or in two lots.
From Pewsey | Take the A345 north out of Pewsey and continue for approximately two miles. Turn right into Sunnyhill Lane as identified by the Woolley & Wallis sign and continue for approximately 0.75 miles where both Lot 1 & Lot 2 will be identified by a For Sale Board.
Strictly by appointment only arranged through the Marlborough Farm & Rural Office (01672 515252) and to be conducted in reasonable daylight hours in possession of the sale particulars. No dogs are allowed on the land.