Earl Soham, Woodbridge

From: £50,000To: £125,000 Sold
An exciting opportunity to purchase a most attractive area of parkland style grassland with stables, extending to 9.47acres (3.83 hectares) lying in the picturesque Deben Valley between the villages of Earl Soham and Brandeston. The property is available as a whole or in two lots.

The land adjoining Brandeston Road, Earl Soham, extends in total to approximately 9.47acres (3.83 hectares). The property provides purchasers with the opportunity to acquire an attractive area of land for agricultural, amenity or investment purposes. The property is offered for sale as a whole or in two lots.

Method of Sale
We are instructed to offer the land by private treaty inviting offers for the whole or two lots, with the intention of achieving exchange of contracts as soon as possible with completion expected to take place four weeks thereafter. A deposit of 10% of the purchase price will be payable on exchange of contracts and if early entry is required, then the purchaser/s will be asked to pay an additional 10% deposit at that stage. The land is for sale freehold, with vacant possession being given upon completion.

Vendor´s Solicitor
Everley´s Solicitors Limited. Percy House, 363 Liverpool Road, London, N1 1NL. For the attention of Mr Stuart Appleman. Email: stuartappleman@eversleys.co.uk Telephone: 0207 607 0001.

The land is situated in a delightful elevated rural location between the villages of Earl Soham and Brandeston.

The A12 which links up to Ipswich, the A14 and Suffolk Heritage Coast line is situated eight miles to the south east. The historic and highly desirable market town of Framlingham with its medieval castle, is approximately three miles to the south east. The Heritage Coast is within eighteen miles and the popular centres of Aldeburgh, Thorpeness, Southwold and Orford are all within easy reach. The county town of Ipswich lies about ten miles to the south.

The land comprises an area of ´parkland style´ grassland, and enjoys a picturesque rural setting, yet in a convenient location within close proximity to Framlingham.

In total, the land extends to approximately 9.47 acres (3.83 hectares) and is for sale in two lots as shown for identification purposes on the enclosed plan.

Lot A – 4.97 acres (2.01 hectares) coloured blue on the attached plan – Guide Price £75,000.

A beautiful area of traditional grassland in one good size enclosure which is surrounded by mature hedgerows and/or wooden post and rail fencing. The land is gently undulating in topography and runs down to a tributary of the River Deben. Lot A has the benefit of good road frontage directly off Brandeston Road and where there is an entrance/parking area. Lot A also benefits from a stable block, located in the north-eastern corner of the field. The ´L´ shaped stable block measures approximately 50´ x 14´ and comprises three stables each measuring 13´ x 13´ and a tack room/feed store. The building has a concrete floor with wooden weather boarded elevations under a corrugated onduline roof. Lot A has mains water connected.

Lot B – 4.50 acres (1.82 hectares) coloured red on the attached plan – Guide Price £50,000.

Immediately adjoining Lot A, this enclosure also comprises a most attractive area of permanent pasture interspersed with mature trees and sloping in topography from east to west down to a tributary of the River Deben. The land has been grazed for many years and is currently grazed by horses. Lot B benefits from a good size field shelter located in the south eastern corner. Lot B has the benefit of good road frontage directly onto Brandeston Road and where there is an entrance via a right of way.

At any reasonable time, with particulars in hand, by arrangement with the Agents first.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves, Easements Etc.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may affect the land. There are no known rights of way crossing the land.

The Purchaser of Lot B will have the benefit of a Right of Way, at all times and for all purposes, over the area coloured green (within Lot A) on the enclosed plan. Maintenance of this area shall be according to user.

Timber, Sporting and Minerals
All sporting, standing timber and minerals are included in the sale of the freehold.

All boundaries shall be as previously and the Vendor shall not be required to define the same. These are shown for identification purposes only outlined red and blue on the attached plan. Purchasers should satisfy themselves with regard to these as no error, omission or misstatements will allow the purchaser to rescind the contract nor entitle either party to compensation thereof.

The land has the benefit of being registered with The Land Registry under Title Number SK307568.

Currently, there is no boundary feature between lots ´A´ and ´B´. If the land is sold in lots, the purchaser of Lot A will be responsible for erecting a fence between points ´X´ and ´Y´ on the attached plan within four weeks of completion. Any fence should be a minimum of wooden posts and wire.

Town and Country Planning
The property is sold subject to any development plans, tree preservation orders, ancient monument orders and Town and Country schedules or other similar matters that may be or come into force.

The land is sold subject to any drainage rates and other outgoings that may be relevant.

Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered under the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) but there are no Entitlements included with the sale and no other quotas are available with the land.

Depending on the completion date, the Vendor may claim and retain the Basic Payment income from the 2020 Scheme. The Purchaser/s will indemnify the Vendor in respect of all action, costs, claims and demands in connection with any failure on the part of the purchaser/s to comply with Cross Compliance regulations in respect of the 2020 Scheme year.

Environmental Stewardship Scheme
The land is not within an Environmental Stewardship Scheme.

Tenure and Possession
The land will be sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract. No responsibility can be accepted for any expenses incurred by intending purchasers or lessees in inspecting properties which have been sold, let or withdrawn. No warranty can be given for any of the services or equipment at the property and no tests have been carried out to ensure that heating, electrical or plumbing systems and equipment are fully operational. Any distances, room aspects and measurements which are given are approximate only. No guarantee can be given that any planning permissions or building regulations have been applied for or approved.

Under Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 we, as Estate Agents, are required to obtain identification from buyers in the form of the photo page of your passport or a photo driving licence. The document must be in date.  In addition, we need proof of address in the form of a utility bill with the name and address of the buyer. This must not be more than three months old. We are also under obligation to check where the purchase funds are coming from.

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