icons_size_white icons_size

Newlands Farm, Brooke Road, Norwich, NR15 1XL

For sale: £695,000.00|31.61 Hectares|Farm, Commercial Land

PROPERTY DETAILS

FOR SALE£695,000.00
SIZE31.61 Hectares
ADDRESSNewlands Farm, Brooke Road, Shotesham All Saints, Norwich, NR15 1XL
TYPEFarm, Commercial Land
TENUREFor Sale Freehold
POSTED ON13th April 2019

DESCRIPTION

INTRODUCTION
Newlands Farm represents the opportunity to acquire a ring fenced smallholding extending to approximately 31.61 Hectares (78.11 Acres). The land is currently laid to pasture and comprises a block of mature woodland and range of farm buildings.

THE LAND
The land is gently undulating with the majority classified as Grade 3 land with some Grade 2 to the southern part. The boundaries are predominantly made up of mature trees, hedges and ditches. Good access is provided from the Public Highway through the farm buildings onto an established track running through the centre of the farm. Of the whole, the land extends to approximately 26.83 Hectares (66.30 Acres). According to the Soil Survey of England and Wales, the soils are of the Burlingham, Fincham and Freckingham soil series and are known to be loamy and sandy.

The land is currently under a grass ley rotation and has been used for the production of silage, hay, haylage and general grazing. An application was made to Natural England in November 2018 for the conversion of the pasture land back into arable production which was approved on 13th December 2018.

There is a block of mature woodland located on the eastern boundary of the property with rides cut through the centre extending to approximately 2.64 Hectares (6.53 Acres).

FARM BUILDINGS
A range of farm buildings are located to the south of the property which are immediately accessed from the entrance drive off Brooke Road. The buildings could be used for a variety of purposes subject to planning. The buildings comprise;

Workshop: 7.50m x 14.50m. Constructed of concrete block walls under an asbestos roof, steel sliding doors and concrete floor.

General Purpose Barn: 7.50m x 15.20m. Steel framed building with steel trusses under an asbestos roof, plastic coated tin sheet cladding, double roller shutter doors and concrete floor.

Open Fronted Store: 7.50m x 41.80m. Constructed of steel frame with steel trusses, concrete block dwarf walls with Yorkshire boarding above under an asbestos roof and concrete floor.

The buildings benefit from mains water and electricity.

Located to the centre of the property is a single storey traditional barn constructed of red brick under a clay pantile roof with an adjoining timber and corrugated iron shelter. The barn is in need of some repairs.

LOCATION
Newlands Farm is located to the south east of the rural south Norfolk village of Shotesham All Saints. The market town of Bungay is located 10.3 miles to the south east which provides a range of local shopping, amenities and schooling facilities. The City of Norwich is 7.3 miles to the north and provides a wealth of shops, amenities, restaurants and leisure facilities.

DIRECTIONS
From the outer Norwich ring road (Martineau Lane) take the A146 Loddon Road. Continue for 1 mile underneath the A47 flyover and then turn right onto the B1332 Bungay Road. Proceed for 2.7 miles entering the village of Poringland and then continue straight at the next two roundabouts. Continue for 0.4 miles and then turn right onto Shotesham Road (signposted for Shotesham). Continue along Shotesham Road for 1.9 miles and bear right onto Grub Street and then bear left onto Chapel Lane. Continue on Chapel Lane for 0.4 miles and then turn left onto The Street. Take a slight left onto Brooke Road and after 0.1 miles the property will be located on the left-hand side. The postcode is NR15 1XL.

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 334942 )

LOCATION

Location: Newlands Farm, Brooke Road, Shotesham All Saints, Norwich, NR15 1XL

Norwich (6.2 miles)

Brundall Gardens (7.1 miles)

Buckenham (7.4 miles)

AGENT'S DETAILS

close
What do you think of our website?
Complete our survey and
you could win £1000
Start here