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Langley, Stratford-Upon-Avon, CV37 0HW

£1,200,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: RJWLANGLEY
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Outside Space: Rear Garden
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • FIVE BEDROOM PERIOD DETACHED HOUSE
  • RANGE OF FARM BUILDINGS
  • APPROX 13.5 ACRES IN TOTAL
  • AVAILABLE AS WHOLE OR TWO LOTS

Property Summary

Hall Farm, Langley, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 0HWA

A detached, period farmhouse with range of traditional and modern farm buildings together with pastureland, in all extending to approximately 13½ acres (5.46 hectares).

The Farm is available as a whole or in Two Lots; Lot 1 The House, Farm Buildings and Land in all 5.48 acres and Lot 2, 8.03 acres.

Location

The property is situated in the small village of Langley which is situated in delightful rolling Warwickshire countryside, approximately 6 miles to the North of Stratford-upon-Avon, with the village of Claverdon about 1½ miles to the North where there is a railway station with services to Stratford-upon-Avon and Birmingham.

The larger towns of Stratford-upon-Avon and the county town of Warwick are both approximately 6 miles with Warwick Parkway Railway Station approximately 5 miles with regular services to London Marylebone.  The M40 motorway at Junction 15 is approximately 4 miles and Birmingham City Centre and International Airport are within easy reach.

Description

Hall Farm is thought to date from the mid-19th Century, possibly earlier and is built of brick beneath a pitched tiled roof and offers scope for refurbishment and enlargement.

Most of the windows have been replaced with double-glazed units and the main roof has been lined with water-proof felt.

The traditional farm buildings are arranged around a courtyard and offer conversion potential, subject to the necessary planning consents.  One of the barns has a lapsed Planning Consent for a conversion to a single dwelling.

The pastureland lies to the South of the house and yard, it is generally level and offers scope for equestrian use with good road frontage and separate field access from the lane at the South-West corner of the far field.

Accommodation

The accommodation is shown on the attached floor plan.  The property retains a number of original features with cellar, two reception rooms, kitchen and breakfast room, rear porch and cloakroom.   On the first floor are 3 bedrooms and bathroom
with WC.   On the second floor are 2 further bedrooms and an attic room which could be upgraded.

Externally there is ample parking in the yard whilst the formal gardens lie mainly to the East and South and are laid to lawns with a variety of mature trees.

The Farm Land

The land is divided into 2 pasture fields and is shown on the attached plan.

Lot 2

The field to the South with access off the lane, is offered as Lot 2.

There is a water trough in the field nearest to the house and boundary fences are well established with various mature trees.

Lot 1 Area
Pasture and Buildings 5.48 (2.21 hectares)

Lot 2 Area
Pasture 8.03 (3.25 hectares)

Hall Farm, Langley, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 0HW

The Farm Buildings

The farm buildings comprise:

BARN 1 - A roadside brick and tiled former cartshed with open side to the road and built of 9" solid brick walls with single storey section and part loft over.

The original brick floors are an attractive feature.  The footprint of the building is approximately 900 sq ft (83 sq m).

Adjacent to this barn is a metal framed car-port.

BARN 2 - Comprises a brick and half- timbered barn attached to which is a Dutch barn with part loft to the brick and corrugated cement asbestos sheet roofed area.

The building has a footprint of 980 sq ft (91 sq m) plus the loft area.

BARN 3 - A modern steel framed building with galvanised sheet walling beneath a pitched, corrugated asbestos sheet roof.  There is a concrete yard area to rear and the building has a footprint of 3,375 sq ft (313 sq m).

BARN 4 - Close to the rear of the farmhouse is an "L" shaped brick and tiled barn being part 2 storey with external brick staircase, providing 3 loose boxes.  The ground floor area of this building is 804 sq ft (75 sq m) plus the loft area.

Planning

It is thought the barns offer scope for conversion if required and Planning Consent was obtained in November 2017 for the conversion of the roadside barn to a dwelling but this has now expired.  For full details, please visit Stratford District Council's planning website, searching under reference 17/01224/FUL.

Uplift Clause

The agreement will provide that the purchaser will simultaneously, with the completion of the transfer, enter into an Overage Agreement under which the purchaser or his successors in title will pay to the seller or their successors, an uplift of 30% in the value of any land in respect of which planning permission is granted for development (excluding agricultural, equestrian or horticultural development) within the period of 35 years from the date of the deed, such payment to be made on the earlier of the implementation of the relevant planning permission or the disposal of land with the benefit of the planning permission.

This uplift will only apply in the event of more than 4 dwellings (including the Farmhouse) being created on any part of Hall Farm.

Services

Mains water and electricity are connected, there is a private drainage system.

There is a wood burning stove in the kitchen which has a back boiler serving a few radiators with hot water cylinder having electric immersion as an alternative supply of hot water.

Rights of Way and Public Footpaths

There are no Public Rights of Way crossing the property.

EPC

The property has an Energy Rating F - Full EPC at:

Local Authorities

Stratford-upon-Avon District Council, Elizabeth House, Church Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6HX

Warwickshire County Council, Shire Hall, Market Place, Warwick, CV34 4RL

VIEWING: Strictly by appointment only, via the sole selling agent.

GUIDE PRICE: LOT 1 - £1,200,000
LOT 2 - £100,000
1. These particulars have been prepared in good faith and are for guidance only.  They are intended to give a fair description of the property but do not constitute part of an offer or form any part of a contract.

2. We have not carried out a survey on the property nor have we tested the services, appliances or any specific fittings.  Any areas, measurements or distances we have referred to are given as a guide only and are not precise.

3.  If you have any queries or if there are any specific points you may wish to clarify before viewing, especially if you are travelling some distance, please contact this office to discuss them further.