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134.97 acres, Brough Park, Richmond, DL10, North Yorkshire
Under Offer - For Sale £2,100,000

Home Farm benefits from a unique parkland setting situated to the east of Brough Hall approximately 5 miles east of the popular market town of Richmond.

The county town of Northallerton is approximately 14 miles south-east which provides a wide range of amenities and professional services together with East Coast rail connections to London Kings Cross. The A1(M) is situated 1 mile to the east of the Property providing excellent access to the service centres of the North East.

Home Farm farmhouse is situated within a traditional courtyard setting adjoining a range of traditional buildings.

The accommodation to the ground floor comprises; farmhouse kitchen and pantry, utility room, sitting room, dining room, office and shower room. To the first floor, the accommodation comprises four bedrooms and a family bathroom
with roll top bath.

Externally, the farmhouse benefits from
private parking and an enclosed south
facing garden.

1 and 2 Home Farm Cottages are of stone construction under a slate roof and adjoin the traditional courtyard range of buildings and situated to the west of the farmstead. The accommodation of each cottage comprises a kitchen and sitting room to the ground floor with two bedrooms and house bathroom to the first floor.

White Cottage is situated within the traditional courtyard and constructed of part stone and part brick under a tile roof.

The accommodation comprises a kitchen, sitting room, utility area, two bedrooms and house bathroom all arranged over the ground floor.

Situated at the heart of the property, the farmstead comprises a mixture of traditional and modern buildings providing equestrian and livestock accommodation. The traditional buildings adjoining the residential dwellings display outstanding development potential with the granary barn benefiting from recent repairs.

A modern general purpose steel portal frame building provides excellent stabling using American
style boxes which adjoin two all-weather arenas – currently used for dressage and show jumping.

The agricultural buildings are contained to the east of the farmstead and provide useful livestock
accommodation and storage of feedstuffs and farm machinery.

Home Farm extends in all to 134.97 acres (54.62 hectares) and comprises as follows; farmstead 4.29 acres (1.74 hectares); improved pasture 128.68 acres (52.08 hectares); mixed woodland 2.00 acres (0.81 hectares). The fields are good
sized regular shaped parcels enclosed by a mixture of post and rail and post and wire fences.

The land is classified as Grade 3 under the MAAF Provisional Agricultural Land Classification. The underlying soil type is classified as being part of the Brickfield 2 series which is a slowly permeable, seasonally waterlogged fine loamy soil which is suited to dairying and stock rearing on permanent and temporary grassland.

The land is gently undulating rising from approximately 70 metres above sea level on the eastern boundary to 85 metres above sea level on the northwestern boundary.

The property is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole.

If you have downloaded these particulars, please register your interest with the selling agents.

The vendors reserve the right to conclude the sale by any other means at their discretion.

The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.

The land has been registered for the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS).

The appropriate BPS Entitlements are included within the sale and the Vendors will use their reasonable endeavours to transfer the Entitlements to the Purchaser(s) upon completion
in accordance with the scheme rules.

The Vendors have submitted a claim in respect of the 2019 scheme year and the vendors will retain the 2019 payment.

The selling agent will administer the transfer and charge the purchaser(s) a fee of £300 plus VAT.

The land is sold subject to and with the benefits of all rights of way, water drainage, water courses and other easements quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owners (if any) affecting
the same and all existing and proposed wayleaves and other matters registered by any competent authority subject to statute.

A private right of way exists over the farm track in favour of Waterfall Cottage and the adjoining landowner.

Please take care when viewing the property and be as vigilant as possible when making an inspection for your own personal safety.

Any prices quoted are exclusive of VAT. In the event that the sale of the property or any part of it or any right attached to it becomes chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable in addition to the purchase price.

The sporting and mineral rights are understood to be reserved to a third party and are excluded from the sale.

Home Farm farmhouse – G
1 Home Farm Cottage – F
2 Home Farm Cottage – G
White Cottage – F

Richmondshire District Council

Viewings are strictly by appointment through the selling agent.

Leave the A1 (M) signposted Catterick and Richmond. Take the A6136 towards Catterick Garrison, continue 1 mile and take the first left onto an unnamed road signposted “local traffic only”. Proceed 200 yards then turn left into Borough Park, continue 400 yards Home Farm is situated on the left.


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