A useful development site and smallholding extending to 1.561Ha (3.85Ac) to include livestock Buildings, with potential to convert to residential, together with grass Paddocks.
The site includes:
Two substantial cattle buildings (edged blue on the plan) set in an area of 0.19Ha (0.47ac) measuring c. 31.79m x 8.90m and 13.44m x 8.97m. Both are steel framed and built of concrete block, timber yorkshire boarding with asbestos roof.
Four further timber and corrugated iron livestock buildings totalling 840sqm (edged green on the plan) with open yards set in an area of 0.480ha (1.20ac). In addition, there are grass paddocks totalling 0.61ha (1.50ac) more recently use as winter cattle lairage.
The site is conveniently located on the outskirts of Halvergate with good access from the A 47. The property is approximately 7 miles west of Great Yarmouth and 4.5 miles south east of the market town of Acle. Both provide a range of services and amenity facilities.
Access is gained directly from the Marsh Road via two separate entrances.
DIRECTIONS (Postcode: NR13 3QB)
From Norwich take the A47 Great Yarmouth Road and at the Acle roundabout take the third exit signposted Great Yarmouth and proceed down the Acle 'New Road'.
Take the first turning right over the railway bridge, down Branch Road bearing right into Marsh road. The property will be found on the right hand side of the road.
Strictly by appointment only. Please contact the Agent to arrange a viewing.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by private treaty with a guide price of £500,000 (Five hundred thousand pounds).
TENURE AND POSSESSION
Freehold. Vacant possession will be given in completion.
MINERALS, TIMBER AND SPORTING RIGHTS
In so far that they are owned by the vendor, the mineral,
timber and sporting rights are included in the sale.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The property is registered with the Rural Payments Agency and Entitlements to subsidy will be available to any qualifying purchaser by separate negotiation.
The property is within the jurisdiction of Broadland District Council, to whom interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries in respect of any planning issues and development opportunities for the property.
It is believed that the steel framed buildings would be available for conversion to residential under the class Q regulations allowing permitted development of agricultural buildings.
RIGHTS OF WAY, EASEMENTS AND COVENANTS
The property is let subject to, and with the benefit of all, easements, rights of way, privileges etc. which may affect the same, whether mentioned hereto or not.
There will be an overage clause included in the contract providing a 25% uplift in respect of any residential or commercial development for a period of 21 years over the livestock building edged green and the grass paddocks.
Broadland District Council - 01603 431133
Norfolk County Council - 0344 800 8020
Environment Agency - 0870 850 0250
Rural Payments Agency - 03000 200 301
Arnolds Keys - Irelands Agricultural
Contact: Simon Evans MRICS FAAV
Tel: 01603 250808
In addition to the purchase price, should any sale on the property or rights attached to it become a chargeable supply in terms of Value Added Tax, such tax shall be payable by the Purchaser in addition.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
Under Money Laundering Regulations we are required to check the identity of the successful applicant. In order to comply with the regulations, we will need to see one form of photographic identification (passport or driving licence) and a utility bill which must be in your name and no more than three months old (mobile phone bills are not acceptable).
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