Farm For SaleHeyford Hills, Furnace Lane, Nether Heyford, Northampton, Northamptonshire
Guide price £2,000,000
A rare opportunity to acquire this multi-faceted residential, commercial and rural property set in circa 64 acres with strong road and rail links.
- Expansive country house with annexe
- Secondary accommodation
- Office accommodation (vacant)
- Range of modern general purpose buildings
- Exisiting commercial tenants
- Woodland, apple orchard and grazing land
- In all about 64 acres
- For sale as a whole
Heyford Hills is located just off the A5 on Furnace Lane giving excellent access to the nearby towns of Northampton, Towcester and Daventry with access to the motorway network via J16 of the M1 being approximately 2.5 miles away. Local amenities and primary schools can be found in the villages of Weedon, Nether Heyford, Pattishall, Bugbrooke and Greens Norton with Towcester. Train stations can be found at Long Buckby, Northampton and Milton Keynes, all offering services to London Euston.
Heyford Hills is a unique site in its location, setting and characteristics accessed by way of a long private driveway leading to a various parking and turning areas. The site measures approximately 64 acres and includes an impressive detached farm house with established gardens and views across the countryside with three further residential dwellings in an additional annexe, apartment and semi-detached cottage. Heyford Hills has a history of commercial enterprises ranging from a popular farm shop, apple orchards, wood business and agricultural activities operated by the vendors. In addition there are a selection of existing commercial tenants with further potential to enhance the existing commercial aspects of the property.
The Farm House
A substantial and imposing detached Victorian two storey property set centrally within the plot and measures approximately 486 sq m (5,232 sq ft).
This character two storey cottage comprising; Ground Floor: Living Room; Kitchen; Utility; Bedroom. First Floor: Landing; 4 Bedrooms; Bathroom and a WC. The property measures approximately 124 sq m (1,342 sq ft). The property currently utilises the ground floor as additional office accommodation.
A 2/3 bedroom self-contained house/ annexe comprising; Ground Floor: Entrance Lobby; Living Room; Bedroom; Bathroom; Wet Room. First Floor: Landing Office Area; 2/3 Bedrooms; Bathroom; Store/Dressing Room.
Located centrally within the plot, the single storey office accommodation, a converted pig barn, measures approximately 710.1 sq m (7,643 sq ft) The mainly cellular layout of these offices circles the centre, vaulted ceiling conference space. This is surrounded by an attractive courtyard area with mature shrubs and plants. The offices also have an open plan entrance lobby with kitchen areas and WC’s for staff and visitors.
In addition to the aforementioned buildings there are several others including a farm shop, book store, wood barn and industrial units with existing tenants including a steel fabricators, book store, fire wood company and an archaeology community organisation.
The house and buildings sit centrally within its own land accessed via a private driveway. The land comprises a mix of mature pastureland, apple orchards together with some recently planted wooded areas.