An excellent range of modern and traditional farm buildings with
potential for development (STP) situated within approximately 10
acres (4.05 ha) on the edge of Salisbury Plain with good road access.
The property comprises a comprehensive range of modern and
traditional agricultural buildings extending in all to approximately 2,850 sq.m (30,675 sq ft).
The property is offered for sale Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
The planning department of Woolley & Wallis consider the property to have some development potential via a full planning application.
For further details from the Woolley & Wallis Planning department please contact 01672 515252.
There will be an uplift clause placed on the property for a period of 20 years so that in the event of planning consent being granted for
a second or more dwellings there will be a payment of 30% of the increase in value made to the vendors. For clarity the purchaser of
property can gain permission for a single dwelling without triggering the uplift.
The property will be accessed from the A342 via a Right of Way highlighted blue shown on the plan.
There are no known public rights of way across the property. The vendors retain an Equestrian Right of Way indicated in orange
on the attached plan. Woolley & Wallis Finance Ltd are well positioned to assist prospective
purchasers in obtaining specialist finance for rural property. We are agent for the AMC and we also know numerous other lenders who
will be able to discuss your requirements.
The property is situated on the edge of the popular village of Everleigh, with easy access to unspoilt open countryside and Salisbury
Plain. The property benefits from good communication links to the A303 (9 miles), A338 and M4 (Junction 14, 22 miles).
There are local amenities in nearby Tidworth (4 miles) and the village of Everleigh provides a village pub and excellent farm shop. The
Cathedral City of Salisbury (20 miles south) the market towns of Devizes and Marlborough (15 miles) east and north providing a more
comprehensive range of shopping, educational and business facilities.
The property comprises a comprehensive range of modern and traditional agricultural buildings extending in all to approximately 2,850
sq.m (30,675 sq ft) shown on the plan as follows:
A – 36.6m x 10.2m – Steel portal framed block built shed with a pitched corrugated sheeted roof and three large sliding doors.
A2 – 36.6m x 10m – An open sided storage building with a steel framed roof covered with corrugated sheeting and an earth floor.
B – 27.4m x 12.2m – A steel framed open sided building with corrugated steel cladding and an earth floor
C – 22.5m x 15m – A steel framed open fronted hay barn with corrugated sheeted cladding, a corrugated roof and an earth floor.
D – 27.4m x 12m – A steel framed open side building with corrugated sheeted cladding and an earth floor.
E – 24m x 12m – An open sided steel framed building with block partition wall with double sliding doors, corrugated sheeted cladding
and corrugated sheeted roof.
F – 31m x 4m – A stone building under a corrugated steel roof.
G &G2 – 42m x 7.3m – A traditional timber framed storage building with wooden weatherboard on a stone barn with corrugated sheeting.
G3 – 18m x 4.6m – A timber framed building.
H – 40m x 5.4m - A traditional two storey brick building with weather boarding to the upper storey under a pitched slate roof and benefits
from a concrete floor.
H2 – 21m x 4.6m – A brick and corrugated sheeted stable block.
J – A two story timber framed former Granary erected on Staddle stones. The fields are divided into a series of useful sized grass paddocks and
extend to approximately 4.45 acres (1.80 ha). Some of the paddocks have high quality post and rail fences. The land is free draining chalkland and is gently sloping having been used for grazing horses in recent years. There are a series of small parcels of deciduous and conifer trees
amounting to about 1.43 acres (0.58 ha) that attracts a diversity of wildlife as does the small pond which lies to the west of the farm
buildings. The Vendors will erect a boundary fence between points X & Y as
shown on the sale plan within 3 months of Completion.
Mains water, and 3 phase electricity.
From Marlborough, take the A346 and the A338 south for about 9 miles to Collingbourne Ducis. Proceed through the village; turn right at the mini
roundabout and after approximately 1 mile south, turn right at the staggered crossroads onto the A342, sign posted Devizes and Everleigh.
Follow this road for approximately 2 miles and then turn left opposite Chicks Lane into the drive as indicated by the Woolley & Wallis For Sale Board.
No EPC available for this property
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