Burford, Tenbury Wells


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Approx 66 Acres (26.75Ha), River and Weir Frontage, Amenity Woodland, Flexible and Versatile Land, Situated in the Well Established Agricultural Area on the South East Shropshire / North East Herefordshire / West Worcestershire Border, Predominantly Fine Loam Soil Suitable for Cereals, Some Fruit and Grassland, Well-Drained, Mains Water and Electricity Available at Roadside

Situation: The Land at Burford Mill is in a thriving, well established agricultural area on the northern slopes of the Teme Valley with a good road network for access situated on the A456 within the hamlet of Burford two miles from Tenbury Wells.

The historic market town of Ludlow is within easy reach with the county towns of Hereford to the south and Worcester to the south east. Travel links within the area are good with the A49 linking Hereford to the south and the A456 to the east connecting to the M5 and Birmingham. Ludlow is on the main Manchester to Cardiff railway line. Regional International airports are at Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.

The land is a balance between permanent pasture and long-term leys for sheep grazing with the western boundary being the Ledwyche Brook. The land falls within the Newnham Soil Association which is a river terrace drift. The soil is a well-drained reddish coarse to fine loam, which is suitable for cereals, some fruit and grassland. The amenity woodland extends to approximately 2 acres which includes a small copse of semi-mature Poplar and Larch trees plus an Ash bed copse.

Mains water and electricity are available at the roadside. The land in general is well fenced and is stock proof. The land is in a good livestock farming area with strong demand for grazing. There is good roadside access from the A456 with two potential entrances adjacent to each other. Access over the disused railway bridge is restricted to 4.5 tonnes.

Services: Mains Water and Electricity available at the roadside.

Environmental Schemes: There are no ELS or HLS schemes in place.

Basic Payment Scheme and Entitlements: Subject to Rural Payment Agency regulations, Entitlements for the land are available by separate negotiation.

Sporting Rights: Sporting and Fishing Rights will be included in the sale.

Flood Risk: Rivers, Sea and Surface Water: Very Low Risk.

Tenure and Possession: The land is freehold and will be sold with vacant possession on completion.

Boundaries, Hedges and Fences: All boundaries and fences are the responsibility of the purchaser.

Covenants: Any future planning permission is subject to an overage clause.

Lot Plan: Numbers listed in the lot plan are

Ordnance Survey numbers, not Rural Land Registry numbers.

Plans, Areas and Schedules: These are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. They have been checked by the Vendors' Agents and the Purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description and acreage of the land. Any errors or misstatements shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.

Local Authority: Shropshire Council 0345 678900.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Please Note: Himalayan Balsam is located on the west boundary by the river.

Please Note: Two footpaths run across the land, please ask the Agent for further details.

Directions: Approaching Burford from the Ludlow direction on the A456 Tenbury Road, the land is situated just past Burford Mill up on the left-hand side.

A Balfours sale board is visible on the roadside.

Arrange viewing 01584 707100

Balfours LLP - Ludlow

67 Broad Street, Ludlow, Shropshire

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