Lot 1 Sea End Farm, Benington Sea End, Benington

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Davis Gurton
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01205 359111
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Property summary

Lot 1, 3-Bedroom Rural Farmhouse
Snug, Study, Dining Room
Lounge, Kitchen, Sun Room
Rural Location
Open Countryside Views
Available on it's own
or with Lot 2 by further negotiation
Farmhouse EPC Rating- E
Council Tax Band - TBC

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Davis Gurton
Senior Valuer
01205 359111

More about the property

Lot 1- The Farmhouse set in 1.08 acres, edged in Red- £350,000

A rural 3 bedroom home with accommodation comprising Entrance Porch, Snug, Study, Dining Room, Lounge, Kitchen and Sun Room.

To the first floor there are three Bedrooms and Family Bathroom.

There are gardens to the rear with Carport and Garage.

Agents Note:- On the attached floorplan the outbuildings form part of Lot 2 which is available by separate negotiation – The Barn set in 0.44 acres, edged in Blue- £175,000

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Below is an estimate of broadband speeds and availability at this property. This data has been sourced from Ofcom and should only be used as a guide. For more precise speeds and availability consult a broadband provider. NB: Mbps = Megabits (or "meg") per second.

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Stamp Duty Land Tax

Below is an illustration of the Stamp Duty Land Tax ("Stamp Duty") that would be payable, based on a set of assumptions. You should always check your stamp duty liability and any other costs due with your solicitor or conveyancer.

£5000 would need to be paid in stamp duty on purchasing this property, assuming that you are purchasing freehold, purchasing as an individual (or jointly with someone else), and this will be your only property.

First Time Buyers may claim a discount (relief) on purchases of £625,000 and under.

The stamp duty for first time buyers would therefore be £0.


Location & Situation
Sea End Farm is rurally situated within the village of Benington, providing a quiet and private location with views over open countryside.

The property is located; 1.6 miles north-east of the village of Butterwick, 6.6 miles north-east of the market town of Boston and 33.8 miles southeast of the city of Lincoln.
The House
A former farmhouse, with 3-bedrooms, family bathroom, kitchen, dining room, lounge, snug and sunroom. The dwelling benefits from mature and established lawned gardens.
Mains water and electricity are connected to the farmhouse. There is a single water meter which serves both properties and if the two lots are sold independently, the buyers of the barns will need to obtain a new meter from Anglian Water.

Foul drainage from the farmhouse is to a private septic tank. There are no mains service supplies connected to the barn in lot 2.
Method of Sale
The freehold interest to the property is being offered for sale by Private Treaty. Depending upon the level of interest, the vendors and their agents reserve the right to either invite Best and Final offers or conduct a private auction to conclude the sale.
The buyer(s) will need to erect and thereafter maintain a suitable boundary fence around the perimeter of the property. The buyer(s) will be asked not to plant woody trees or shrubs within 2 meters of the boundary, which would overhang, to avoid shadowing of the retained farmland.
In the event that the farmhouse and barns are sold independently of each other, the approved planning permission requires the farmhouse’s porch/ conservatory to be dismantles.

In such circumstances and for the benefit of the traditional barn, the vendor will enforce a condition on the sale of the farmhouse to ensure that it occurs.
The farmhouse has been let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement. The tenants are aware of the landlord’s sale, but no notice has yet been served to terminate the tenancy agreement (drafted on 6th June 2022).
Plans, Areas & Boundaries
The areas and plans in these particulars have been produced in good faith. They are for illustrative purposes only and their accuracy is not guaranteed. The successful purchaser will be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the vendors nor their agents will be responsible for finding the boundaries for the ownership thereof.
Prospective purchasers wishing to view the property should make an appointment through the selling agents. Given the potential hazards of the property, we would ask you to be as vigilant as possible when inspecting for your own safety. Those wishing to view the property do so at their own risk.
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