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Waterside House
72a High Street
Cowes
Isle of Wight
PO31 7RE

01983 200880
cowes@spencewillard.co.uk

Charles Spence
Charles Spence
Spence Willard team
Emma Bradley
Tanya Hill
Tanya Hill
Zadie Margham
Philip Weeks
Gaynor Owen

Sherbourne Street
Bembridge
Isle of Wight
PO35 5SB

01983 873000
bembridge@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard team
Sam Branston
Hannah Cook
Hannah Cook
Lauren Taylor
Charlotte Branston
Charlotte Branston

The Square
Yarmouth
Isle of Wight
PO41 0NP

01983 761005
yarmouth@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard Yarmouth
Spence Willard team
Duncan Willard
Lesley Samson
Lesley Samson

The Old Bank
Tennyson Road
Freshwater
Isle of Wight
PO40 9AB

01983 756575
freshwater@spencewillard.co.uk

Jason Siviter
Jason Siviter
David Langford
David Langford
Cynthia Robertson

The Square
Yarmouth
Isle of Wight
PO41 0NP

01983 761005 opt 2
lettings@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard office
Laura Homes
Alice MacNab
Alice MacNab
Henrietta MacLean
Henrietta MacLean

40 St James' Place
London
SW1A 1NS

020 7839 0888
london@spencewillard.co.uk

Spence Willard London office
Bob Bickersteth
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Lodge Farm

LOT 1
A 3 bedroom bungalow along with an extensive range of farm buildings and approximately 92 acres (37.3 ha) £1,250,000

LOT 2
Field of approximately 5.39 (2.18 ha) acres with prominent road frontage £80,000

INTRODUCTION
Lodge Farm occupies an attractive setting within the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just to the west of the village of Calbourne with direct access onto the B3401. The farm benefits from comprising just under 100 acres of principally productive agricultural land along with some mature woodland, all conveniently located within a ring fence, in addition to a good range of farm buildings. The three bedroom bungalow which is subject to an agricultural occupancy condition, has light accommodation and benefits from various upgrades including UPVC framed double glazing and partly re-roofed in around 2015. The attractive rear garden extends down to a stream called the Caul Bourne.

The extensive range of farm buildings, including the former dairy are highly useful and have potential for change of use, subject to the necessary consents. The older derelict barn to the north of the farmyard may have some potential for residential conversion. The attractive landholding extends south from the farm buildings with additional vehicular access points to the two fields to the west of the farm. This comprises largely good quality grassland with some more recently established grass leys but with potential for alternate cropping. Areas of mature woodland add to the amenity value also offering diversification potential. The land is shown as
being grade 3 on the MAFF land classification plan.

LOT 1
Comprising am approximately 92.21 acres (37.30 ha.) of which there is about 73 acres (29.54 ha.) farmland in short term grass leys along with approximately 16.77 acres (6.78 ha.) of mature woodland. Gently undulating, the land shows as being principally grade 3 under the MAFF Land Classification. The spacious 3 bedroom bungalow is situated in a garden of about an acre and has UPVC double glazed windows and oil fired central heating. The agricultural occupancy condition ties the occupation to Lodge Farm.

THE BUNGALOW – ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE PORCH

SITTING ROOM A spacious room with a with woodburning stove.

KITCHEN /BREAKFAST ROOM Overlooking the gardens and fitted with an extensive range of built-in cupboards with work surfaces and 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit. Electric oven and hob with extractor over, integral fridge and dishwasher.

BOOT ROOM Oil fired boiler, coat hooks, part glazed door to REAR LOBBY with glazed door and steps to rear garden.

SHOWER ROOM Shower, wash basin and WC

BEDROOM 1 Overlooking the rear garden, built in cupboard.

BEDROOM 2 Overlooking the front garden, built in cupboard.

BEDROOM 3 Built-in cupboard.

BATHROOM Bath, wc and wash basin

The house has a largely lawned garden and slopes down to the stream to the rear which forms the boundary.

FARM BUILDINGS
Situated to the northern end of the farmyard is a concrete yard with a dilapidated stone barn, formerly used as pig sties and a basic double garage. Greenhouse, (adjacent old tank being removed).

Former dairy buildings- an extensive range of buildings comprising 4 adjacent portal framed barns including the former dairy, covered yards and covered former slurry lagoon.

A 6 bay open fronted steel framed barn. Adjacent timber framed stores. There is a concrete yard to the east of the buildings and a further yard to the south of the farm buildings.

LOT 2
A field of approximately 5.39 acres (2.18 ha) with prominent road frontage and direct access onto the B3401.

GENERAL REMARKS
RIGHTS OF WAY
A Public footpath crosses the eastern part of the farm. An adjacent property, Westover has a right of way along a track leading through the farmland to Sweetwater Lodge, (although the western end of this is overgrown and has not been in use for a many years).

There is a right of access over the entrance driveway for two adjacent houses, Beachcliff and Frogwell. A plan showing the rights of way mentioned above can be provided by the agents.

TENURE
Freehold. Vacant possession will be available upon completion.

SERVICES Mains water, electric and private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

POSTCODE PO30 4JL

EPC Rating E

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The basic payment scheme entitlement will be included in the purchase price.

EASEMENTS, WAYLEAVES AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The purchaser should satisfy themselves as to the extent and location of any easements, wayleaves or rights of way. The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including; rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.

SPORTING RIGHTS, TIMBER AND MINERAL RIGHTS
All sporting, timber and mineral rights are included in the freehold sale, in so far as they are owned.

VAT
Any guide prices quoted or discussed are exclusive of VAT. In the event of a sale of the farm or any part of it, or any right attached to it becoming a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax would be paid for in addition to the purchase price.

VIEWINGS
All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the sole selling agents, Spence Willard.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: 1. Particulars: These particulars are not an offer or contract, nor part of one. You should not rely on statements by Spence Willard in the particulars or by word of mouth or in writing (‘information’) as being factually accurate about the property, its condition or its value.
Neither Spence Willard nor any joint agent has any authority to make any representations about the property, and accordingly any information given is entirely without responsibility on the part of the agents, seller(s) or lessor(s). 2. Photos etc: The photographs show only certain parts of the property as they appeared at the time they were taken. Areas, measurements and distances given are approximate only. 3. Regulations etc: Any reference to alterations to, or use of, any part of the property does not mean that any necessary planning, building regulations or other consent has
been obtained. A buyer or lessee must find out by inspection or in other ways that these matters have been properly dealt with and that all information is correct. 4. VAT: The VAT position relating to the property may change without notice