REF: 101148019550

Castlebrook, Somerton

Guide price 70,000 Freehold Available

FEATURES

  • 5.35 acres of pastureland
  • Suitable for a variety of uses (STC)
  • Level topography
  • Mains water and access to the B3151
Property Description
A single enclosure of pastureland extending to approximately 5.35 acres (2.16 hectares) situated at Compton Dundon. Guide Price 70,000
A single enclosure of pastureland extending to approximately 5.35 acres (2.16 hectares) situated at Compton Dundon. The land is edged red on the plan overleaf for identification purposes.

Access is taken directly from the B3151 which leads between Street and the A303 at Yeovil.

Soil type comprises loamy and clayey type. Principally level in topography and bound by mature hedgerows.

The land is currently used for agricultural use and grazing of horses. It would ideally be suited for continued grazing and pasture production but may offer alternative uses, such as amenity, subject to any necessary consents.

A footpath and right of way cross the land and the route of which is understood to run parallel to the northern boundary. It is understood that the right of way benefits an adjoining field for agricultural purposes only.

Basic Payment Scheme The land has not been registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and no entitlements will be transferred as part of the sale.

General Remarks

Viewing

Strictly by appointment only through the agents, Cooper and Tanner LLP - 01458 834 288 (Ref: 9234).

Nearby Postcode

TA11 6PR

Services

Mains water is connected to an in-field trough.

Purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries into the adequacy and availability of any services.

Tenure?

Freehold with vacant possession.

Local Authority

South Somerset District Council
Telephone: 01935 462 462

Method of Sale

The land is being offered for sale by private treaty.

We advise any potential purchasers to register their interest in the property with Cooper and Tanner. This will ensure you are contacted following any changes or amendments.

Rights of Way and Easements

The land is crossed by a public footpath.

The land is also subject to a private right of way which runs parallel to the northern boundary. It is understood that the right of way benefits an adjoining field for agricultural purposes only.

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of rights including rights of way whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies, easements, covenants etc. whether referred to in these Particulars of Sale or not. Purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries as to the presence of any Rights of Way and Easements.

From Street head south on the B3151 towards Somerton. Proceed through the village of Compton Dundon as you leave the village the property will be found on the right hand side.

Please use site and location plans for assistance.


Viewing Please contact our Glastonbury Agricultural Office on 01458 834288 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.
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