The above will be offered for sale by public auction, subject to prior sale reserve and conditions, at 6.30pm on Tuesday 9th July 2019 at Henley Golf and Country Club, Stratford Road, Beaudesert, Henley-in-Arden. B95 5QA
The land being offered for sale by public auction, gives purchasers an excellent opportunity to acquire grazing land with buildings suitable for, not only equestrian use but (STPP if required) other recreational or storage uses.
Ideally located with easy access to the national motorway network, M42 Jn 3 via the A435 Duel carriageway, Birmingham City centre lies approximately 14 miles to the North, Redditch 2 miles West and Stratford upon Avon 8 miles South East.
Within easy driving distance are the well known equestrian facilities of Solihull Riding Club and Swallow Field equestrian, whilst the National Agricultural Centre with its competition arenas is easily accessed.
11.7m x 6.1m (38'4" x 20'0")
Of part concrete sectional walls and part timber framed pole barn, under a mono pitch corrugated steel and profile sheet roof, housing four loose boxes and adjoining hay/fodder store.
9.9m x 3.2m (32'5" x 10'5")
With kitchenette, wc and office.
5.3m x 2.4m (17'4" x 7'10")
To the south of the above buildings is a mainly stoned yard which leads to a fenced area which would be ideally suitable for the construction of a menage.
The land is south facing, rising to the north of the buildings and extends to approximately 8 acres (3.23 ha) all permanent pasture, bounded by hawthorn hedging, suitable for livestock or equestrian grazing.
Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the appropriate utility companies for the verification as to the availability, or otherwise, of services. We understand that the land benefits from both mains water and electricity connections, a septic tank serves Portacabin.1.
Warwickshire County Council – www.warwickshire.gov.uk
Tenure and Possession
Stratford-on-Avon District Council – www.stratford.gov.uk
Severn Trent Water – www.stwater.co.uk
Western Power Distribution – www.westernpower.co.uk
The land is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion, scheduled for 6th August 2019.
On the fall of the hammer the successful purchaser will be required to sign the contract and pay a 10% deposit (minimum £5,000) to the vendor’s solicitors, together with an administration fee of £500.00 + VAT to the auctioneers in the room on the night.
There will be no ingoing valuation for UMV/RMV’s and no claim for dilapidations (if any) will be entertained from the purchaser(s).
Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)
It is understood that the land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) for BPS purposes. No entitlements are available for transfer or purchase, those interested in the BPS Scheme should make their own enquiries of the RPA (www.gov.uk)
Rights of Way and Easements
The land is subject to all rights of way and easements that may exist.
Boundaries and Timber
All growing timber is included in the sale. The ownership of boundaries (where known) is delineated by an inward facing “T” mark.
Sporting and Mineral Rights
Sporting and Mineral Rights (where owned) are included in the sale of the freehold.
Plans shown are for identification purposes only.
The land is being sold subject to an uplift clause of 25% for a period of 30 years should planning permission for residential use be obtained.
By prior appointment with the auctioneers, Tel. No. 01564 794343. Please note that the land may well have livestock grazing upon it, all gates must be left as found, no litter left and no dogs whatsoever are allowed on the land.
A full auction pack is available from the vendor's Solicitors.
Bristol. BS32 4TD
Tel. No. 01454 275190
Acting Robert McLean
email - email@example.com
From the offices of John Earle, take the A3400 south to the traffic lights at the crossroads, turn right onto the A4189 signposted to Redditch and, after approximately 1 mile, bear right and take the road through the village of Ullenhall. On approaching the A435 dual carriageway at Gorcott Hill, turn left down the hill (past the Hollybush Public House) to the bottom, where the land will be found on the left hand side, as indicated by the John Earle auction sale board.
Conditions of Sale
From Birmingham city centre, the M42 J3 and the north, take the A435 dual carriageway south, after approximately 3 miles, take the Ullenhall slip road to the crossroads, pass straight over and then follow the directions as above.
Approximate post code B98 9EN.
The property will, unless previously withdrawn, be sold subject to the Special and General Conditions of Sale, which have been settled by the Vendor’s Solicitor. These conditions may be inspected during the usual office hours at the offices of the vendor’s Solicitor mentioned in these sales particulars during the five days, exclusive of Saturday and Sunday, immediately before and exclusive of the day of the sale. The conditions may also be inspected in the Sale Room at the time of the sale but they will not then be read. The purchaser shall be deemed to bid on those terms whether he shall have inspected the Conditions or not.
Money laundering regulations have been introduced by the government, affecting auctioneers, under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002/Money Laundering Regulations 2007. To comply with this Act, we require all purchasers to pay the deposit by any of the following methods: Bank/Building Society Draft, Personal/Company Cheque. All purchasers will be required to provide proof of both their identity and current address and all parties intending to purchase any property must bring with them the following items: Full U.K. Passport or Photo Driving Licence (for identification), a recent Utility Bill, Council Tax Bill or Bank Statement (as proof of residential address). These should be presented to the vendor’s Solicitor when signing the contract.
The guide price offers an indication of the price below which the vendor is not willing to sell. It is not necessarily the exact final sale price, and is subject to change prior to and up until the day of the auction. Any change in the guide price will reflect a change in the reserve (a figure below which the auctioneer will not be able to sell). The reserve can be expected to be set within the guide range or not more than 10% above a single figure guide. (RICS Common Auction Conditions 7th Edition).