A range of traditional brick barns with alternative use potential (STP), together with approximately 2.16 acres of gentle sloping pastureland. For sale by informal Tender. Tenders close Thursday 15th February at 12 noon 2024.
The sale of this property affords prospective purchasers the rare opportunity of acquiring a small range of traditional buildings and pastureland on the southern edge of this highly sought after village. The land enjoys far reaching views of open countryside towards the Blackdown Hills and is currently being used for equestrian purposes but could suit a number of alternative uses subject to the necessary planning consents.
The Building briefly comprise:-
BARN 1 - 5.3m x 9.6m a single storey brick built barn under a pitched tiled roof with concrete flooring.
BARN 2 - 4.4m x 8.2m a single storey brick built barn under a mono-pitched tiled roof with timber lean-to to the rear (4.5m x 5.19m) currently used as stabling.
There is a third barn, however, it is now in a dilapidated condition and is not fit for purpose.
A tarmacadam drive leads from the public highway and there are a number of concrete pads located on the land. The property enjoys a southerly aspect and is contained within attractive stone walling and natural hedgerows. Road frontage can be enjoyed on the north and eastern boundaries and in total the land extends to 2.16 acres.
The land has gated road access on the eastern boundary.
METHOD OF SALE
The land is being offered for sale as by informal tender. Tenders close on Thursday 15th February 2024 at 12 noon, offers are to be submitted in a sealed envelope to the agents Greenslade Taylor Hunt 13 Hammett Street, Taunton, Somerset TA1 1RN or email to: [email protected], marked ‘offer for land and buildings at Poundisford’.
RIGHTS OF WAY, EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES, ETC.
The property is sold subject to all outgoings as assessed whether stated in these particulars of sale or not. The property is sold and as far as required by the vendors will be conveyed, subject to all rights of way, easements and wayleaves of telegraph poles, stays and wire, electric pylons, poles and cables, water gas pipes at present erected on and passing over or under the property and subject to the agreements affecting the same (if any).
SUBSIDIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCHEMES
The land is subject to a stewardship agreement and has 200m under hedgerow management. It is the vendors intention to get this released from the land on sale.
From Taunton head south on Honiton Road passing through the village of Trull. At Staplehay turn left onto Ambered Lane and proceed to the 'T' Junction where there is a triangle where you turn right. Proceed over the motorway bridge taking the first right and the lad can be found on the right hand side as marked by the for sale board.
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