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Oxhay Farm, Cropredy, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 1DR

For sale: £1,320,000.00|64.4 Acres|Farm, Residential, Commercial Land

Property details

FOR SALE£1,320,000.00
SIZE64.4 Acres
ADDRESSOxhay Farm, Cropredy, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 1DR
TYPEFarm, Residential, Commercial Land
TENUREFor Sale Freehold
POSTED ON3rd April 2024

Description

OXHAY FARM, CROPREDY, BANBURY, OXFORDSHIRE, OX17 1DR

Planning consent for a replacement dwelling and barn conversion into a contemporary dwelling set in 64.40 acres of pastureland

Planning consent for modern dwelling | Private and rural location | Good road and rail links for commuters

LOCATION
Oxhay Farm is located to the west of the village of Cropredy, and 4.1 miles to the north of Banbury in the county of Oxfordshire. Banbury offers a wide range of services and amenities, and provides good road and rail links to Oxford, Birmingham and London. The Chiltern Railway line offers access to London Marylebone in just over an hour.

DESCRIPTION
The property comprises an existing 2 bedroom dwelling, a range of traditional agricultural buildings and a modern steel portal framed agricultural building set in a total of 64.40 acres (26.06 hectares) of pastureland.

The house and buildings are situated in the centre of the holding, which provides a high degree of seclusion and privacy. Six parcels of permanent pasture slope gently downhill towards the south east providing far reaching views to the south.

Planning consent
Planning consent has been granted by Cherwell District Council for the demolition of the existing dwelling and erection of a replacement 5 bedroom dwelling which is to incorporate the conversion of the traditional agricultural buildings (planning ref: 22/02530/F). The replacement dwelling has been designed to be of a modern and contemporary construction, whilst adopting and incorporating elements of the character features of the traditional agricultural buildings. A "Presentation Document" has been prepared to provide artistic drawings of the proposed dwelling and is available separately to these sale particulars.

Land
Approximately 62.16 acres (25.16 hectares) of agricultural land is down as permanent pasture, of which there are three fields which feature historic elements of ridge and furrow. It slopes gently with higher ground to the north west, sloping away to the south east. The land is shown on the Agricultural Land Classification Map as primarily being Grade 3.

Buildings
In the centre of the holding is a range of traditional brick and stone agricultural buildings, which are to be converted as part of the
planning consent on the property. The buildings form two sides of a walled yard area, which has been incorporated as a traditional feature of the design proposal.

Separate to the traditional buildings is a more modern, steel portal framed agricultural building.

TENURE AND POSSESSION
The Freehold is For Sale with Vacant Possession upon completion.

METHOD AND SALE
The property is For Sale by Private Treaty as a Whole.

SERVICES
Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Waste is currently to a private waste system.

ACCESS
Access to the property is taken directly off the public highway, down a farm drive.

COUNCIL TAX
The current dwelling at Oxhay Farm is in Council Tax band B.

ENVIRONMENTAL SCHEMES
The land is not subject to any stewardship schemes.

BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land has historically been registered for payments under the Basic Payment Scheme and all delinked payments and entitlements
relevant to the land will be retained by the Vendor and are not available to the Purchaser on completion of the sale. The land will be
transferred on the RPA system to the purchaser on completion.

SPORTING, MINERAL AND TIMBER RIGHTS
Sporting, mineral and timber rights will be included within the Freehold so far as they are owned by the Vendor.

BOUNDARIES
The Purchaser will be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries comprising the property. Neither the vendor nor their agents shall be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Those items mentioned in these particulars are included in the Freehold sale and the property is sold as seen.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Cherwell District Council - 01295 227001

WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS and RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is offered For Sale subject to all existing rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, gas, electricity supplies, and mineral rights, easements, quasi-easements or wayleaves whether or not referred to in these particulars.

The Battlefields Trail National Trail route crosses the land to the south of the property.

DEVELOPMENT CLAWBACK
The property is not being sold with a development clawback.

HEALTH AND SAFETY
For your own personal safety and that of others, interested parties should be vigilant and follow instructions given by the Vendor or
Brown and Co when inspecting the property.

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VIEWINGS
Viewing is strictly by appointment with Brown and Co. Please contact:
Will Gasson - 01295 220200 - william.gasson@brown-co.com
Tom Birks - 01295 220220 - tom.birks@brown-co.com

ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS
In accordance with the most recent Anti-Money Laundering legislation, purchasers will be required to provide proof of identity and address to the Vendor's agents once an offer has been submitted and accepted (Subject to Contract) prior to solicitors being instructed.

PLANS, AREAS AND SCHEDULES
These have been prepared as carefully as possible and is based on the Land Registry Title Plan however, it is not to scale. The plans are
published for illustrative purposes only and although they are believed to be correct, their accuracy is not guaranteed.

GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS
These particulars are Subject to Contract. ( Agency Pilot Software ref: 442133 )

Location

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Location: Oxhay Farm, Cropredy, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX17 1DR

Kings Sutton (4.8 miles)

Banbury (5.1 miles)

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