GOADBY MARWOOD
Guide price £1,300,000, 4 bedrooms, house, for sale

Key features

  • *MIXED ARABLE AND GRASS LAND FARM CONSISTING OF APPROX 90 ACRES*
  • *CHARACTER STONE FARM HOUSE*
  • *RANGE OF MODERN AND CHARACTER FARM BUILDINGS AND BARNS*
  • *2 SETS OF BUILDINGS HAVE CLASS Q PERMISSION FOR CONVERSION INTO DWELLINGS (THIS HAS BEEN RESUBMITTED)*
  • AVAILABLE AS A WHOLE OR IN 3 LOTS
  • LOT 1 - THE WHITE LODGE, BUILDINGS, 45 ACRES ARABLE, AND 6.5 ACRE PADDOCK - £1,300,000
  • LOT 2 - TRIANGULAR PADDOCK EXTENDING TO 2.66 ACRES - £40,000
  • LOT 3 - WALTHAM ROAD LAND EXTENDING TO 35.79 ACRES - £275,000

Property Description

*MIXED ARABLE AND GRASS LAND FARM CONSISTING OF APPROX 90 ACRES*

*CHARACTER STONE FARM HOUSE*

*RANGE OF MODERN AND CHARACTER FARM BUILDINGS AND BARNS*

*2 SETS OF BUILDINGS HAVE CLASS Q PERMISSION FOR CONVERSION INTO DWELLINGS (THIS HAS BEEN RESUBMITTED)*

AVAILABLE AS A WHOLE OR IN 3 LOTS

LOT 1 - THE WHITE LODGE, BUILDINGS, 45 ACRES ARABLE, AND 6.5 ACRE PADDOCK - £1,300,000

LOT 2 - TRIANGULAR PADDOCK EXTENDING TO 2.66 ACRES - £40,000

LOT 3 - WALTHAM ROAD LAND EXTENDING TO 35.79 ACRES - £275,000



Situation

The White Lodge is located in the beautiful Leicestershire Wolds, to

the North of the Market Town of Melton Mowbray with its famous Cattle

Market, on the edge of the Vale of Belvoir, between the villages of

Waltham on the Wolds and Eastwell.



Postcode

LE14 4NN



Melton Mowbray – 6 Miles

Grantham – 12 Miles

Nottingham – 21 Miles

Leicester – 25 Miles



The Farmhouse



A magnificent Ironstone Farmhouse with parts dating back to

the 16th Century, offering a great deal of character throughout,

including beams, exposed stonework and a delightful ‘Inglenook’.

Oil central heating, sealed unit double glazing to most windows.

The property comprises:

Entrance Porch with Cloakroom/w.c. off.

Hall with staircase leading to first floor.

Boot Room with steps leading down to Utility Room & Further

W.C.

Dining Room with beamed ceiling, stone fireplace and original

pine corner cupboard, door to Garden Room and Lobby which

gives access to :-

Living room with beamed ceiling, stone walls and ‘Inglenook with

fire grate and built in seating.

Garden Room with windows and door overlooking the formal

gardens, Velux roof lights, tiled floor with under floor heating.

Farmhouse Kitchen with bespoke solid pine cupboards and 4

oven oil powered AGA, walk in pantry.

Part Gallery Landing with feature arch window.

Bedroom 1 with window to front and side.

Bedroom 2 with window to front.

Bedroom 3 with windows to side and rear.

Bedroom 4 approached via steps, window to rear.

Bathroom with window to rear.

Separate Shower room with window to side.

Bedroom



Note:

There are 2 cottages attached to the west side of the Farmhouse that

are not included in the sale. The vendor has a right of way across the

shared access.



Viewings

Strictly by prior arrangement with the agents.



Land Classification

The land is classified as mixture of Grade 2 and Grade 3 on the

agricultural land classification map east midlands covering this area.



Basic Payment Scheme

The land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency for the Basic

Payment Scheme. The Basic Payment Scheme Entitlements will be

included in the sale..



Environmental Scheme

The land has not been entered into any Agri-Environmental schemes.



Designations

The farm is in a nitrate vulnerable zone.



Growing Crops

The vendor will harvest the 2021 crops and will work with any

purchaser for the 2022 growing season subject to negotiation.



Mains Water

The farm and land benefit from mains water.



Public Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Easements

The property is being sold subject to all Rights of Way, whether

public or private and subject to all Easements and Wayleaves

whether specifically mentioned or not. Public footpaths have been

identified by a green line on the enclosed map.



Sporting, Mineral, Timber etc.

The sporting, mineral and standing timber rights are as far we are

aware are owned and therefore included in the sale.



Local Authority

Melton Borough Council

Parkside, Station Approach, Burton Street,

Melton Mowbray, LE13 1GH

Telephone: 01664 502502

Email: contactus@melton.gov.uk



Value Added Tax

The land is not elected for VAT



Method of Sale

The freehold property is for sale by private treaty.



Vendors Solicitors

Browne Jacobson

Mowbray House

Castle Meadow Road

Nottingham

NG2 1BJ



The Farm Buildings Comprise



Building 1:

An agricultural building with concrete floor, approximately 60ft x

40ft. Steel frame with corrugated asbestos roof sheets sitting on

steel purlins. Motorway crash barrier panelling to rear, sides and

part of front with corrugated steel sheet cladding to front and rear,

plus a small part of Yorkshire boarding to one side. To the front

there are three four rail sheeted yard gates (two of which are in a

pair) and a six-rail metal gate.



Building 2:

An agricultural building, approximately 65ft x 75ft in total

encompassing a 15ft lean to at the rear and 10ft extension on

one side. The main body of the building has a steel frame and

concrete flooring with corrugated asbestos roof sheets which

sit on wooden purlins. A section of the flooring is sunken to

one side for vehicular access with an earth base. Breeze block

walling front and one side, with railway sleeper walling to rear.

Clad in corrugated steel sheeting with some corrugated asbestos

sheeting in part. The 15ft lean to is constructed of telegraph poles

with corrugated asbestos sheeting to the roof and side. The 10ft

extension has a concrete floor, wooden rafters and purlins and is

clad in corrugated steel sheeting.



Building 3:

An agricultural building with concrete floor, approximately 70ft

x 60ft. Steel frame with corrugated asbestos roof sheets sitting

on steel purlins. Brick walling in part to rear with three internal

sections divided by a combination of breeze block, corrugated

steel and wooden panelling. Two bays for vehicular access to

either side of front, clad above and centre with corrugated steel

sheeting and wooden boards. One side and part of the rear is

clad with box profile steel sheeting, with the remainder of the rear

clad in corrugated steel sheeting.



Class Q Development Planning Permission:



The Vendor secured confirmation from Melton Borough Council

that Prior Approval was granted for Class Q conversion of barns

to provide two dwellings on site by virtue of an application

approved on 12th March 2017 (Reference: 17/00013/GDOCOU),

a copy of the correspondence is available within the data room.

Subsequent to this original Class Q permission, the Vendor

resubmitted a second application in March 2018 for Class Q

Prior Approval in order to make some minor amendments to the

scheme and to extend the lift of the consent. The second Class

Q application was confirmed by Melton Borough Council on 4th

June 2018 with a condition that development must be completed

within 3 years from the date on which prior approval was granted.

The reference of the second application is 18/00386/GDOCOU.

A third application for Class Q rights was submitted to Melton

Borough Council on 12th March 2021 described as a resubmission

of the second application and at the time of writing

this application is awaiting determination. The third application

seeks confirmation that Class Q rights can be used for the

conversion of agricultural buildings to 2 dwellings and the

reference number is 21/00318/GDOCOU.



The drawings submitted with the second Class Q Prior Approval

application list the plot sizes for the two proposed dwellings as

follows:

• Plot 1 – 2,201.33 sqft (204.51 m2)

• Plot 2 – 2,460.85 sqft (228.62 m2)

A copy of the drawings submitted with all three Class Q Prior

Approval applications is made available for interested parties to

download from the data room.









RESIDENTIAL

 

"Harry Baines and the team at Shoulers were instrumental in making our family purchase of land run smoothly. Shoulders always easy to get hold of despite the challenges of a national lock down professional, knowledgeable and happy to help. It was refreshing to deal with a genuinely friendly team built on established rural values who always gave our relatively small transaction their full attention and stepped in where they could to help which was much appreciated. We are delighted with our purchase."
Mrs O’D