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Farm buildings and land for sale nr Plymouth

Gabber Farm and Land at Paiges Farm, Down Thomas, Plymouth, Devon PL9 0AW | Ref: Reference: 81868_EXE240025
For sale
£850,000 Offers In Excess Of
AUCTION PROPERTY
Kivells-Ltd
This property is marketed by:
Kivells Ltd

LOT 4: Gabber Farm - seven-bedroom farmhouse, ranges of adaptable dairy and general-purpose farm buildings and land totalling around 35.62 acres. For sale by Public Auction in four lots on Wednesday 17th April 2024 at 7pm

Gabber Farm & Land at Paiges Farm, Down Thomas, Plymouth, Devon, PL9 0AW
A productive 201 acre farm with 7 bedroom farmhouse, range of traditional and modern farm buildings and productive farmland. For sale by Public Auction in four lots on Wednesday 17th April 2024 at 7pm.

SITUATION - Gabber Farm and the Land at Paiges sit flanking two sides of the pretty village of Down Thomas, in the beautiful and favoured South Hams, close to the coast at Plymouth Sound, and quite rightly designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has an excellent pub, village stores and Post Office although the much larger town of Plymstock is only 2½ miles away and the port city of Plymouth a further 3 miles. The main A38 dual carriageway is about 5 miles away and offers fast access toward Exeter and the M5 Motorway.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION, LOTTING & GUIDE PRICES - Gabber Farm and the Land at Paiges Farm have been farmed as a single holding for many years, until recently producing milk from a Holstein Friesian herd alongside growing arable crops. The farmstead includes a traditional farmhouse, that has been extended to provide additional accommodation, taking advantage of the thriving B&B trade in the near coastal setting.

The buildings comprise a mixture of traditional stone barns and more modern dairy and general-purpose farm buildings, which may be adapted to a number of different farming policies, but equally may offer potential for some form of residential development, subject to the normal planning process. More recently, some of the smaller buildings have been used for stabling and some of the land for horse grazing on a DIY basis.

PRINCIPLE FARM BUILDINGS
Traditional Farm Buildings
Traditional Two Storey Barn - 12.79 x 5.6 (40'10" x 18'4") plus 5.81 x 5.72 (19'1" x 18'8") - Solid stone walls under a sloping plastic coated steel and corrugated iron roof cover.
Lean-to Shippon - 14.14 x 4.48 (46'4" x 14'7") - Solid stone and concrete block wall construction under a sloping corrugated asbestos roof cover.
Further Traditional Barn - 6.15 x 3.08 (20'2" x 10'1") - Solid stone wall construction under a sloping slate roof cover in poor order.

More Modern Farm Buildings
Palour, Dairy and Collecting Yard - 26.65 x 23.33 (87'4" x 76'5") plus Lean-to - Timber frame construction with concrete block and Yorkshire board walls under a sloping corrugated asbestos roof cover.
16/16 Milking Parlour
Cubicle House comprising 118 cubicles – 26.52 x 23.9 (87' x 78'4") - Steel frame construction with concrete block
Weeping Wall Slurry Store
Internal Silage Clamp – 32.0 x 17.47 (105' x 57'3") - Steel frame construction with concrete panel walls under a sloping corrugated asbestos roof cover.
Cattle Shed – 27.48 x 21.98 (90'2" x 72'1") - Timber frame construction with Yorkshire and dung board walling under a sloping corrugated asbestos roof cover.
External Silage Clamp – 27.5 x 13.31 (90'2" x 43'6") 
There are a number of other farm buildings on site.

The productive run of Grade 3 farmland is, for the most part, free draining and capable of producing an abundance of grass or other crops assisted by the areas mild, maritime climate. Access to the various blocks is excellent, of the network of quiet parish roads.

LOT 1: Land at Paiges Farm – about 78.70 acres of generally gently sloping farmland contained in good sized enclosures with road frontage on two sides. There is a little steeper ground in the west. Guide Excess £550,000
LOT 2: Land at Gabber Farm – about 22.69 acres of level farmland in two good shaped fields. Guide Excess £180,000
LOT 3: Land at Gabber Farm – about 64.53 acres of level or gently sloping farmland in six principal enclosures. Guide Excess £450,000
LOT 4: Gabber Farm - seven-bedroom farmhouse, ranges of adaptable dairy and general-purpose farm buildings and land totalling around 35.62 acres. Guide Excess £850,000

SERVICES - All mains services to the Lot 4. Mains water to fields troughs plus stream supplies. Prospective purchasers must rely upon their own investigation.

AUCTION VENUE & DATE - Lifton Strawberry Fields, Lifton, Devon PL16 0DH on 17th April 2024 at 7pm.

TENURE - Freehold.

LOCAL AUTHORITY - South Hams District Council

REGISTRATION - Please note ALL BIDDERS, including Kivells existing clients, will need to register with Kivells on the night of the auction in order to comply with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 (the 'Regulations') – as of 26th June 2017. Bidders will be required to provide one form of government issued photographic identity and a utility bill addressed to them at their home address, dated within 3 months of the date of the auction. Failure to do this, may prejudice your ability to bid on the night. 

ONLINE BIDDING - Online bidding registration will be available 10 days before each auction and all bidders must register at least 48 hours prior to the auction. For further information, please visit of contact your local Kivells office.

BUYER'S ADMINSTRATION FEE - All successful buyers at Kivell's Property Auctions should not that on exchange of contracts, a Buyer's Administration Fee of £2,000 plus VAT (Total: £2,400 inc. VAT) is payable to Kivells on the night of the auction. This fee can be paid by either bank
transfer, personal cheque or debit card. Please note if the lot is sold prior to auction, or afterwards, these fees remain payable. There no discount for multiple lots purchased and you must consider this when bidding/offering prior.

SOLICITOR – Lester Aldridge, FAO Yasmin Curry

AUCTION PAYMENT - A 10% deposit will be required to be paid by the successful bidder upon the fall of gavel and at this point the contract is legally binding. The deposit must be paid to Kivells as auctioneers and can only be paid in the form of a cheque or bank transfer.
ALL bidders must only bid if they can make this payment. Cheques must be drawn on a bank or branch of a bank in the United Kingdom, any other cheques may be rejected and it will be the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure they have the correct method of payment available at each auction.

EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES & RIGHTS OF WAY - The property is offered for sale, subject to and with the benefit of all matters contained in or referred to in the Property and Charges Register of the registered title together with all public or private rights of way, wayleaves, easements and
other rights of way, which cross the property.

BOUNDARIES - Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as to the boundaries or any point on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendor's agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final.

FLOOR PLAN - The floor plans are not to sale and are for identification purposes only.

GUIDE PRICES - Guide prices given are indications within 10% upwards or downwards of where the reserve price may be set at the time of going to print. Please note they are not an indication of the anticipated sale price or a valuation. The reserve price is a minimum price at which the property can be sold, both the guide price and reserve price may be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.

Please note that all prices listed, whether prior to or post auction, as subject to contract. The Auctioneers and sellers accept not responsibility for any loss, cost or damage that a buyer may incur as a result on relying on any guide price. It is the buyer's responsibility to decide how
much they should bid for any lot. Please check with us for regular updates as guide prices are subject to change prior to the auction. 

The guide price does not include buyer's fee charged by the auctioneer or VAT which may apply to the sale or other amounts the seller may charge. The seller's Special Conditions of Sale will state whether there are other seller's charges and whether the seller has elected to charge VAT on the sale price.

CONDITIONS OF SALE - These will not be read out in detail at the auction but will be available for inspection from the seller's solicitors and in the auction room prior to the sale. All interested parties will be assumed to have acquainted themselves with the conditions of sale.

TAX BAND - Band D

EPC - Rating D.

DIRECTIONS - Land at Paiges Farm: what3words: belief.downward.placed Postcode: PL9 0AR / Gabber Farm: what3words: crinkled.snacking.senders Postcode: PL9 0AW

VIEWINGS - Strictly be appointment with the selling agents Kivells. Full details of all our properties are available on our website www.kivells.com.

ALL ENQUIRIES - Simon Alford of Kivells