TO LET - A range of farm buildings and land extending to 246.81 acres (99.88 hectares) available to let on a 6 year Farm Business Tenancy from 25th March 2018. Available in up to 3 lots ranging from 14 acres to 165 acres.
The land is conveniently situated between Witheridge and Chulmleigh with good road access. The Farm is approximately 10.2 miles to the south of the market town of South Molton which provides good access to the livestock market. The town of Tiverton is approximately 18 miles to the east, while Crediton lies 13 miles to the south.Directions
From South Molton take the B3137 south out of the town towards Witheridge. Continue on this road passing through the villages of Alswear and Meshaw and then at Gidley Cross take the right turning signed to Chulmleigh. At the next crossroads (Burrow Cross) go straight on, continue for about two miles and take the left turn at Bealy Court Cross towards Bealy. The entrance to Cole Park Farm will be found on the right after approximately 800 yards.Description
Cole Park Farm is split in to 3 lots extending in total to 246.81 acres (99.88 hectares) of pasture land with a range of modern farm buildings.
The land is predominantly level and the field parcels are bounded by mature hedges with stock fencing in places. There is water fed from a mains supply throughout the land, with mains electricity available in the farm buildings.Lot 1 - 164.68 acres
Lot 1 extends in total to 164.68 acres of pasture and has a small range of farm buildings and yard area for storage and livestock.
Building 1 28.51m x 27.2m - Of part steel and part concrete construction with Yorkshire boarding to eaves split in to 3 sections to provide livestock housing and storage area.
Building 2 19.21m x 5.9m - Former milking parlour of concrete block construction with rendered elevations beneath a corrugated roof providing general secure storage.
Building 3 20.54m x 5.50m - Workshop and store of concrete block construction with corrugated cladding and electricity connection.
To the front and rear of building 1 is a concrete yard and former silage clamp which provides a useful storage and turning area.
The land is accessed either from the road, or through the farm yard over which Cole Park Farmhouse shares a right of access.
The field to the left hand side of the drive, as you enter the farm, has hard core areas which are useful for the storage of the farm machinery.
The Landlord reserves the right to occupy the field which is bordered by the road on two sides until 31st May 2018.
The land is ring fenced and versatile with the ability to graze, mow or crop, subject to ground conditions and the land being returned to grass by the end of the tenancy. There is mains and natural water sources with mature hedge boundaries and stock fencing in part.Lot 2 - 67.69 acres
Extends in total to 67.69 acres (27.39 hectares) and has good road access from the south and north of the parcel. The land is predominantly level pasture with water and bounded by mature hedges and stock fencing in parts.Lot 3 - 14.44 acres
Extends in total to 14.44 acres (5.84 hectares) and is formed in one enclosure with good road access.
The land is level and provides an opportunity to increase accommodation land or to cut hay or silage.Access
All the lots have access from the council maintained road.Services
All lots have mains water and mains electricity is connected to the farm buildings in Lot 1. All supplied by meter to be paid for by the Tenant.Method of Letting
The land is offered to let by informal tender with a deadline for submissions of 12 noon, 20th October 2017. Tender forms are available from Stags.Sporting and Mineral Rights
All sporting and mineral rights are reserved by the Landlord.Wayleaves and Rights of Way
The property is let subject to any wayleave agreements. There is a footpath that runs through the southern part of lot 1.Plan and Boundary Fences
A plan, which is not to scale, is included within these particulars for identification purposes only.Specific Terms of the Tenancy
The start date of the tenancy is to be 25th March 2018 with a term of 6 years.
The Tenant is to ensure they are set up to pay the cost of the services direct with each supplier.
The land is to be returned to pasture before the end of the tenancy agreement, unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Landlord.Schemes and Designations
No entitlements are included with the tenancy agreement
The land is not entered in to any schemes. Subject to written agreement and specific terms, the Landlord would be supportive of the Tenant should they wish to enter the land in to Countryside Stewardship.
The land is designated within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.Viewing
Strictly by appointment only through Stags.Contact Information
Lydia Cox at Stags, 19 Bampton Street, Tiverton, EX16 6AA. Tel: 01884 235701 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgDisclaimer
These particulars are a guide only and are not to be relied upon for any purpose.