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For Sale£3,650,000.00
Princes Hall, Chapel Hill, Belchamp Walter, Sudbury, CO10 7AZ
Country house set in 260 acres.

Features:
- 4,000 sq ft of living space
- 5/6 double bedrooms
- 4 reception rooms
- Swimming pool
- 255 acres of farmland
- Sporting rights
- Only 5 miles from the popular market town of Sudbury

The Property:
The Georgian style house, which is not listed, is of brick construction with rendered elevations. The principal reception rooms and bedrooms have a Westerly aspect and enjoy fantastic views over the gardens and farmland beyond.

The attractive entrance door leads through into a grand reception hall with vaulted ceiling and cast iron staircase ascending to the first floor. The study offers dual aspect views via floor to ceiling sash windows and has an open fire with wooden and tile surround.

The drawing room is an elegant space and a feature of the property at just over 400 sq. ft.

It benefits from two full height windows to the West, letting in an abundance of light, and a large open brick fireplace with embellished mantelpiece and marble hearth. Double doors lead into the dining room, a great space for entertaining, with access directly to the gardens and paved terrace.

The family room has an impressive high ceiling and is located just off the kitchen, to the front of the property, with two large windows overlooking the garden. The room has potential to be incorporated into the adjacent kitchen to create an impressive family space.

The kitchen/breakfast room is a generous size with large window overlooking the landscaped rear gardens. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of units incorporating integrated appliances.

The first floor galleried landing leads to the master bedroom which is exceptionally spacious and enjoys panoramic views across the rolling Stour Valley. A door leads through to the dressing room which has plenty of storage and access back onto the landing.

Bedrooms two and three are complemented by a large family bathroom Both rooms offer high ceilings with westerly facing views across the gardens and lake whilst bedroom four benefits from a dual aspect with pretty sash window overlooking the orchards.

Bedroom five, and a further family bathroom, complete the first floor accommodation.

Outside:
To the side of the house is a double garage with converted office and potting shed. A paved terrace wraps around the house leading to a tiered garden, ideal for alfresco dining.

Flagstone steps lead to the swimming pool, enclosed by mature shrubs, with a brick built summer house, currently used as a changing area.

The orchard is home to a wide array of fruit trees and at the foot of the gardens you will find the lake, surrounded by willow trees and woodland.

Beyond the formal gardens, areas of mature woodland provide privacy and a buffer to the outside world.

Farmland:
The gently rolling landscape, synonymous with the Stour Valley, provides a wonderful setting and amenity to Princes Hall, but also offers income and sporting potential.

The productive arable land extends to 240 acres (97.13 Ha) and is classified as Grade 2 on the DEFRA Agricultural Land Classification Plan. The soil type is identified as being of the Hanslope Association, which is described as slowly permeable, calcareous, clay soils, producing high yielding cereal crops.

The arable land is well drained and currently farmed by the owner's contracting business on a progressive, minimum tillage, system. The rotation has traditionally included winter wheat, spring barley and peas/beans with oilseed rape and sugar beet also included.

In addition to the arable land, there is about 10.67 acres (4.32 Ha) of woodland, with the most mature areas centred around the house and gardens and various spinneys incorporated into the shoot. A further 5 acres of grassland is situated to the left of driveway approaching the house.

Where?
Sudbury is a thriving market town surrounded by open countryside. For centuries the weaving and silk industry prospered here and many great houses and churches have been built, giving the town a major historical legacy.
It is surrounded by the attractive countryside so often painted by Constable and Gainsborough and by quintessentially English villages. The town has a wealth of amenities and facilities including regular rail services to London Liverpool Street.

Access:
The main block of land is severed by a country lane, with opposing gateways aiding access from one part of the farm to the other. The western land is also served by a hardened track running through the centre which provides access to all fields. In the east, access is taken directly off Chapel Hill which also serves Princes Hall.

Shooting:
The undulating topography provides excellent sporting potential and the property benefits from an established shoot. The shooting rights are currently exercised in conjunction with neighbouring land to provide a well-respected commercial shoot, but could easily be brought back in-hand to be enjoyed privately.

Agricultural Occupancy Restriction:
Any potential purchaser should be aware that the property is subject to an agricultural occupancy restriction- for further details please contact the selling agent.

Basic Payment Scheme:
The appropriate number of Entitlements under the Basic Payment Scheme are included in the sale. Reasonable endeavours will be used to transfer the Entitlements to the purchaser on completion, or as soon after, subject to the RPA's transfer rules.

Plans and Areas:
These are prepared as carefully as possible however, the plans are for illustrative purposes only and although they are believed to be correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way:
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of, all existing wayleaves and rights of way, whether public or private, including any rights of light, drainage, water, gas and electricity supplies or any other rights, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Tenure:
The property is for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Value Added Tax:
Should any sale of the property, or any rights attached to it, become a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable by the purchaser in addition to the contract price.

Health & Safety:
The property is a working farm and therefore, all viewers should be vigilant and act with care whilst on the property. Neither the seller, nor the seller's agent, are responsible or liable for the safety of those viewing the property, with all those viewing the property doing so at their own risk.

Important Information:
We understand that mains electricity, water and a private drainage system are connected to the property.

Council tax band - E EPC rating - E

Method of Sale:
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty, as a whole.

Viewing:
Strictly by appointment through the selling agent - David Ward 01206 216544 or 07753 562374.

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868729 )
Princes Hall, Chapel Hill, Sudbury, CO10 7AZ
Type: Farm, Land, Commercial Land
Location: Princes Hall, Chapel Hill, Belchamp Walter, Sudbury, CO10 7AZ
Size: 260 Acres
Images: 5
Brochures: 1
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Under OfferFor sale: £450,000.00
22.82 hectares (56.39 ac) of productive arable land and woodland. Freehold, with vacant possession.

Situation
The land lies to the west of the A131 between Halstead and Sudbury, with access off Church Road.

Sudbury 5 miles
Halstead 5 miles
Colchester 16 miles
(all mileages approximate)

Details
A block of arable land totalling 22.45 Ha (55.47 ac) together with a small area of woodland extending to 0.37 Ha (0.91 ac).

The land is classified by DEFRA as Grade 3, with soils of the Oak 2 series-being fine loam over clay. All but two fields (Wood Field and Little Coopers) are fully drained.

The land has been managed on an arable rotation, incorporating 1st & 2nd Wheats and a break crop. The majority of the land is currently down to a 2nd wheat crop.

Minerals, Timber and Sporting Rights
These are to be included in the sale so far as they are owned by the seller. The seller will retain the sporting rights under licence for 5 years, together with a right to grow approximately 0.6 acres of cover crop.

Wayleaves, Easements, Covenants & Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements, quasi-easements, rights of way, covenants or restrictions, whether referred to in these details or not.

There will be an Overage applied to the area crosshatched on the plan-reserving to the vendor 20% of any uplift over agricultural value for 25 years.


Basic Payment Scheme
The BPS Entitlements are held by the seller and will be included in any sale.

The seller will retain the 2018 BPS payments, in their entirety, and the buyer will indemnify the seller against any failure to comply with the Cross-compliance Regulations up to 31st December 2018.

Tenure
The land is offered for sale with vacant possession, subject to holdover in regard to the 2018 harvest.

Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale as a whole by private treaty.
Exchange of Contracts and Completion

Exchange of contracts will take place within 28 days of receipt of draft contracts by the purchaser's solicitor at which point a 10% deposit will be payable. Completion to be within 1 month of Exchange.

Local Authority
Braintree District Council-Causeway House, Bocking End, Braintree, CM7 9HB
Telephone - 01376 552 525

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868620 )
Park Farm, Catley Cross, Colchester, CO9 2PE
Type: Farm, Commercial Land
Location: Park Farm, Catley Cross, Halstead, Colchester, CO9 2PE
Size: 56.39 Acres
Images: 2
Brochures: 1
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Under OfferFor sale: £185,000.00
A block of arable land totalling 9.18 Ha (22.68 ac) providing three fields lying either side of the Maldon Road.

The land is classified as predominantly Grade 2, with the land south of the road being Grade 3.

The land has been managed on a traditional arable rotation, incorporating winter barley, oilseed rape and 1st & 2nd Wheat. The two larger fields are currently drilled to a second wheat, with the smallest field being fallow.

Minerals, Timber and Sporting Rights
These are to be included in the sale so far as they are owned by the seller.

Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements, quasi-easements, rights of way, covenants or restrictions, whether referred to in these details or not.

Basic Payment Scheme
The sale is to include Entitlement under the current Basic Payment Scheme (BPS). The number of Entitlements being equal to the eligible area.

The seller will retain the 2018 BPS payments, in their entirety, and the buyer will indemnify the seller against any failure to comply with the Cross-compliance Regulations up to 31st December 2018.

Tenure
The land is offered for sale with vacant possession, subject to the normal rights of holdover in regard to the 2018 harvest.

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

Exchange of Contracts and Completion
Exchange of contracts will take place within 28 days of receipt of draft contracts by the purchaser's solicitor at which point a 10% deposit will be payable. Completion to be within 1 month of exchange of contracts.

Local Authority
Maldon District Council-Council Offices, Princes Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5DL
Telephone - 01621 854 477

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 14868618 )
Wildfields, Maldon Road, Maldon, CM9 8AE
Type: Farm, Commercial Land
Location: Wildfields, Maldon Road, Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Maldon, CM9 8AE
Size: 22.68 Acres
Images: 3
Brochures: 1
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