Newfield Farmstead Redevelopment, Caunton Road, Hockerton, Nottinghamshire

Newfield Farmstead Redevelopment, Caunton Road, Hockerton, Nottinghamshire
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Pygott & Crone are pleased to be able to offer the opportunity to purchase the traditional red brick farmstead at Newfield Farm for residential redevelopment, the whole site extends to 0.89ha (2.20 acres).

The property has planning permission for the conversion of farm buildings into 3 new dwellings in addition to the existing farmhouse. The property is being offered for sale either as a whole or in 4 separate Lots.

Summary

  • Farmstead for Residential Redevelopment
  • Set within site area of 0.89ha (2.20 acres)
  • Original 4 Bed Period Farmhouse
  • 2 Traditional Barn Conversions
  • Class Q – 4,100 sq ft Portal Framed Conversion
  • Modern Contemporary Building to Convert
  • Available as a Whole or in 4 Lots
  • For Sale by Private Treaty
  • Extant Permission Ready to Convert
Pygott & Crone are pleased to be able to offer the opportunity to purchase the traditional red brick farmstead at Newfield Farm for residential redevelopment, the whole site extends to 0.89ha (2.20 acres).

The property has planning permission for the conversion of farm buildings into 3 new dwellings in addition to the existing farmhouse. The property is being offered for sale either as a whole or in 4 separate Lots.
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Summary

  • Farmstead for Residential Redevelopment
  • Set within site area of 0.89ha (2.20 acres)
  • Original 4 Bed Period Farmhouse
  • 2 Traditional Barn Conversions
  • Class Q – 4,100 sq ft Portal Framed Conversion
  • Modern Contemporary Building to Convert
  • Available as a Whole or in 4 Lots
  • For Sale by Private Treaty
  • Extant Permission Ready to Convert
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  • Situation
    Newfield Farm is rurally located to the south of Caunton Road between the villages of Hockerton and Caunton. The farmstead is within easy access of the local Minster town of Southwell and market town of Newark-on-Trent.Approximate distances to nearby settlements: Southwell 2.8 miles, Newark-on-Trent 7.7 miles, Mansfield 13.7 miles, Nottingham 16.7 miles, Grantham 23.4 miles and Lincoln 25.5 miles.
  • Conditions of Sale/ Covenants
    a.) The site will not be developed with any more than 4 dwellings.b.) To protect the value of the vendor’s other retained property the vendor will enforce a covenant on the sale to ensure that no noisy nor offensive business are conducted from the properties.
  • Communal Infrastructure
    In the event that the property is sold in individual Lots there will need to be an element of communal infrastructure.
  • Wayleaves, Easement & Rights of Way
    The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights of way, whether public or private, light support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and all other rights and obligations, easements, quasi-easements and all wayleaves whether referred to or not in these sales particulars.
  • Local Authority
    Newark and Sherwood District Council, Castle House, Great North Road, Newark-on-Trent, Newark, NG24 1BY.https://www.newark-sherwooddc.gov.uk/
  • Boundaries
    The successful purchaser will be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the Vendor nor their agent will be responsible for defining the boundaries for the ownership thereof.
  • Viewings
    Prospective purchasers wishing to view the property should make an appointment through Pygott & Crone at their Sleaford Office. Given the potential hazards of a viewing on a development site, we would ask you to be as vigilant as possible. Those wishing to view the property do so at their own risk.
  • Method of Sale
    The freehold title to the property is offered for sale, either as a whole or in 4 separate lots. If it is sold in lots, sales will not be confirmed until ready, willing and able buyers have been found for Lots 1, 2 and 3. Lot 4 can be sold independently.
  • Planning Permissions
    Lot 1 – Right of long user for the farmhouse – no planning needed.Lot 2 – 15/00729/FUL for a single barn conversion – dated 16th September 2015.Lot 3 – 15/00729/FUL for a single barn conversion – dated 16th September 2015.Lot 4 – 16/006633/CPEIOR & 19/00355/CPRIOR Prior Approval for change of use – dated 20th June 2016 & 15th April 2019.Newark and Sherwood District Council have confirmed that the pre commencement conditions to the planning permission have been discharged and a material commencement to the development has been made.
  • Contamination
    The agents are informed there was historic soil contamination on the site from split diesel and clinker which was used as a stone base within the farmyard, both contamination issues have been remediated by the vendors.
  • Architects
    Clive Wicks Associates undertook the original design and scheme drawings, for the traditional barns (Lot 2 & 3) and are familiar with the site. They would be pleased to assist the buyer with any further works (01529 414141). Nick Baseley of IBA planning in Edwinstowe oversaw the discharging of the planning condition as well as the design and application for the Prior Approval (lot 4). He has a wealth of knowledge about the farm and would also be pleased to be involved with the future works if needed (01623 822 006).
  • Services
    Access - The properties will be accessed over a right of way, as shown shaded in orange on the attached plans.Mains Water & Electricity - Mains water and electricity are connected to the farmstead as a whole. If the development is sold in lots, it will be the purchaser(s) responsibility to separately meter the utility connections. Please note that the connected services have not been tested, purchasers are advised to make their own enquires with the relevant utility company.Foul Drainage – The purchaser of each lot will be responsible for the installation of a foul drainage system.
  • Fencing Obligation
    The purchaser of each lot shall erect and thereafter maintain a suitable post and rail fence (or other such boundary treatment as shall be approved by Newark and Sherwood District Council) to the reasonable satisfaction of the vendors.
  • Lot 1 – Newfield Farmhouse - £400,000
    Newfield Farmhouse is a four-bedroom period farmhouse with an abundance of original character, set in a plot extending to 0.61 acres or thereabouts with a handsome Copper Beach tree in its gardens. The Farmhouse has accommodation briefly comprising; Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Lounge, Kitchen, Utility Room, Shower Room. First Floor: Two double bedrooms, two single bedrooms and a bathroom. Attached to the house are 3 storage rooms with the potential or alternative uses and a boiler room.
  • Lot 2 – The Threshing Barn - £250,000
    These traditional red brick barns have the benefit of planning permission for conversion into a spacious 5-bedroom dwelling, set within 0.11ha (0.28 acres).Planning PermissionThis permission is extant, the conditions were discharged and a material commencement to the development has been made to secure the permission. Full Planning permission was granted on 16th September 2015, under reference 15/00729/FUL to convert the original barn into a single dwelling comprising; Ground Floor: Hallway, W.C, Kitchen, dining room/lounge, and 3 double bedrooms with ensuites. First Floor: 2 double bedrooms with ensuites.
  • Lot 3 – Old Milking Parlour/Hay Loft Barn - £250,000
    Traditional Brick Barns have planning permission for conversion into a spacious 5-bedroom dwelling, set within 0.14ha (0.34 acres) of land with space for ample garden and grounds to the west and part of the courtyard to the east.Planning PermissionThis permission is extant, the conditions were discharged and a material commencement to the development has been made to secure the permission.Full Planning permission was granted on 16th September 2015, under reference 15/00729/FUL to convert the original barn into a dwelling comprising; Ground Floor: Hallway, W.C, Kitchen, dining room/lounge, double bedroom with ensuite, doubled bedroom with Jack & Jill bathroom and 2 further double bedrooms.First Floor: double bedrooms with ensuite.
  • Lot 4 - Class Q Conversion - £300,000
    A contemporary barn conversion under “Class Q” of the former cubical building which has the benefit of Prior Approval for the change of use into a single detached dwelling, set in 0.39ha (0.97 acres). It is in an attractive woodside location with stunning views to the west.Planning Permission and History Prior Approval to change the use of an agricultural building to a dwelling was granted on 20th June 2016 under reference 16/006633/CPRIOR. Notification for Prior Approval for a Proposed Change of Use of Agricultural Building to dwellinghouse and for associated operational development was granted on 15th April 2019 under the reference 19/00355/CPRIOR. The conversion must be completed before April 2022.The gross internal floor area extends to 4,100 sq ft (380sq m) excluding the mezzanine floor area to the gallery above the kitchen. Copies of the consented drawings, detailed planning consent and hard copies of the architect’s drawings can be obtained on request from the selling agents. Further land available by separate negotiation.
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Ian Pygott
Ian Pygott
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01529 414333
Estate Agent in Sleaford
Visit our Sleaford branch
19 Southgate, Sleaford, NG34 7SU
sleaford@pygott-crone.com
 

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