The land was formerly part of Nupend Farm and is characteristicof the Cotswold area in which it is situated. The land comprises a
combination of productive and level arable land together with some sloping permanant pasture
The land, excepting the permanent pasture, has been farmed in an arable rotation, including maize and the good sized fields are of a useful workable size and surrounded by mature hedges or Cotswold stone walls.
Nupend Farmhouse, a Listed 6 bedroom house and 18th Century barn, may be available to a buyer of the land with a guide price of £895,000. The house is located adjacent to the farmyard on the edge of Horsley. Please ask the selling agents for further information.
Benefits from a private water supply.
Purchasers should be aware that planning permission for the
development of the adjacent farmyard has been passed application number 16/1263/FUL.
Basic Payment Scheme
BPS has been claimed and for the avoidance of doubt the claimant will retain the 2017 payment. The entitlements will be transferred to the buyer on completion. Purchaser's should note that they will be obliged to abide by the rules of this scheme and indemnify the claimant for any breaches.
The Purchaser will pay £400 plus VAT to the Vendors agent as a
contribution towards the cost of transferring these Entitlements.
The land is sold subject to a right of holdover for the growing crops to be harvested, vacant possession will be granted within 5 days of the growing crops being harvested with a long stop date to be agreed. Buyers should be aware that there is a crop of maize on the holding. Vacant possession will be given on the grass leys at termination of the contract farming agreement which is Michaelmas 2017. Vacant possession will be given on the permanent pasture at the termination of the grazing agreement.