Summary of Lots
Lees Hall Farm is available as a whole or in up to three lots:
Lot 1 – Farmhouse, modern and traditional farm buildings, caravan park, grassland, arable land and woodland and paddocks. Extending in all to about 40.12 acres with access off Marjory Lane.
Lot 2 – Arable and grassland extending to about 28.58 acres with access from Muse Lane.
Lot 3 – Grassland extending to about 31.58 acres with access from Muse Lane.
The Grade II Listed farmhouse provides extensive residential accommodation over three floors and offers an exciting opportunity to carry out a scheme of modernisation and reconfiguration, subject to the necessary consents.
The farmhouse is of brick construction under slate roof and extends to about 3,265 sq.ft. (303 sq.m.) (gross internal area).
The ground floor comprises the reception hall leading to a dining room and sitting room with wood burning stove and original timber beams. The traditional farmhouse kitchen benefits from floor mounted fitted units and large wood burning stove. A pantry leads off the kitchen. The ground floor is completed with a WC room with basin, small utility room and the rear entrance hallway.
The first floor includes three double bedrooms, two with en suite facilities and the third with inbuilt storage and wardrobes. A family bathroom with bath, WC and wash basin completes the first floor.
The second floor includes three attic rooms in need of full renovation but offering additional storage or potential for conversion to additional living space or bedrooms subject to the necessary consents.
The farmhouse benefits from a large low maintenance south facing rear garden, laid mainly to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. Extensive parking is available within the adjoining courtyard.
Council Tax: Band E
The farm buildings are situated to the west and north of the farmhouse.
The traditional buildings comprise two red brick ranges under slate roofs, principally single storey, and offering a wealth of opportunity for conversion to an alternative use, subject to the necessary consents. Formerly livestock housing, the traditional buildings comprise a range of general-purpose stores, garage areas and workshop. The traditional buildings extend to about 3,024 sq.ft. (281 sq.m.).
Adjoining one traditional range is a general-purpose steel portal frame lean-to building and a concrete block range of facilities used in conjunction with the caravan park.
Further modern farm buildings include;
1. A 5 bay open fronted steel portal frame general purpose building utilised for caravan and machinery storage.
2. A large steel portal frame Dutch barn with steel portal frame lean-tos on both sides partly concrete block walling and with Yorkshire board cladding above. Formerly used as loose housing.
3. Steel portal frame open fronted and open sided machinery shed.
The caravan park is located to the east of the farmhouse and buildings and occupies an area of approximately 3 acres (1.2 hectares) of grassed area with some hard standing pitches, surrounded by woodland.
The park has been developed by the previous occupier following the granting of a variation to the original planning permission in 2006 to allow for the use of the land for 30 static caravans and 20 touring caravans and for the winter storage of 10 of the 20 touring caravans.
The site has a current licence with South Derbyshire District, which subject to completion of a transfer of a licence application can be transferred to an incoming purchaser/s, noting that a site inspection may take place.
There is a toilet block and wash facilities in situ, together with a number of electric hook-up points serving the individual caravan pitches.
The current rateable value is £4,850 per annum.
Information on the existing occupier’s income/ turnover, and the conditions of the current planning consent may be obtained from the selling agent.
Prospective purchasers will need to satisfy themselves as to all planning and licence matters in respect of the caravan park.
The land within lot 1 comprises about 18.95 acres (7.67 hectares) of arable land currently cropped with winter wheat in two enclosures. In addition the grassland extends to about 14.17 acres (5.74 hectares) and has been utilised for livestock grazing. The remaining land comprises the farmhouse and buildings, caravan park, woodland areas and a small pond.
The land has been farmed under a licence and vacant possession will be available post September 2021.
Lot 1 is shaded pink on the sale plan.
Soil Types and Land Classification
The farmland is shown as grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification Plans. The soils may be described as slightly acid loamy and clayey soils and are generally suited to grassland and autumn or spring sown combinable crops.
Method of Sale and Lotting
The property is offered for sale as a whole or in up to three lots as identified on the sale plan. Cross rights and reservations will be imposed and granted for the provision of access, maintenance, services and other rights where required if the property is sold in lots.
The property is owned by S. Halford Property Company Limited. Should the property be sold as a whole then a transfer of 100% of the company shares is proposed.
Farm House For SaleLees Hall Farm - Lot 1, Lees Hall Farm - Lot 1, Boylestone, Ashbourne
Guide price £1,300,000 Sold
Lot 1 – Farmhouse, modern and traditional farm buildings, caravan park, grassland, arable land and woodland and paddocks. Extending in all to about 40.12 acres.
- Listed three-bedroom detached farmhouse
- Range of traditional farm buildings with potential (STP)
- Established static and touring caravan park
- Grassland, arable land, woodland and paddocks
- Extending to approximately 40.12 acres