5 Bedroom Farm House Character Property for sale in Bewholme, East Yorkshire

5 Bedroom Farm House Character Property - £1,600,000

Bewholme, East Yorkshire

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First listed on: 09th November 2018

Nearest stations: Nafferton (8 mi)Bridlington (8.5 mi)Hutton Cranswick (8.8 mi)Driffield (9.1 mi)Arram (9.9 mi)

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Property Features

  • Excellent position, close to East Yorkshire Coast
  • Well Maintained Gardens
  • Uninterrupted Views over Farmland

Property Description

A compact ring fenced farm with excellent diversification opportunities located close to the East Yorkshire Coast 5 Bedroom farmhouse. Range of modern and traditional farm buildings. Planning permission for Conversion of Traditional Buildings to 5 Holiday Cottages Planning permission for 20 Log Cabins. Predominantly Grade II Arable land extending to around 83 acres In all around 88 acres. For Sale by Private Treaty as a Whole or in Lots Skipsea 1.5 miles I Beeford 3 miles I Bridlington 10 miles I Driffield 12 miles I Beverley 16 miles

Description

Low Bonwick Farm offers a significant opportunity to diversify into tourism with the benefit of planning consents to convert traditional farm buildings to 5 holiday cottages and part of the stackyard to erect 20 log cabins. The farm is located close to Skipsea on the East Yorkshire Coast enjoying a secluded position in open countryside and is currently operated as an arable holding extending to around 88 acres. The property includes a well maintained 5 bedroomed farmhouse, range of farm buildings arranged around an extensive yard and around 83 acres of arable land (currently sown to grass).

Location

Low Bonwick Farm is situated in between the villages of Skipsea Brough and Bewholme off Bewholme Lane in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The village of Beeford lies some 3 miles to the west and provides a range of amenities including a primary school, doctors surgery, village shop and post office. The attractive Georgian Market Town of Beverley and the popular seaside resort of Bridlington are within easy driving distance to the south and north respectively. The property is within close reach of the beach at Skipsea as well as the amenities of the Far Grange Park and Golf Club including an 18 hole golf course.

Farmhouse

A well proportioned, detached 5 bedroom farmhouse constructed of brick under a tile and slate roof extending in all to over 3,000 sq ft and with the benefit of uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating. The accommodation is well presented and comprises at ground floor level a Boot Room, Farm Office, Wet Room, Utility, Breakfast Kitchen, Living Room, Sitting Room and Dining Room. At first floor there are 4 double bedrooms and one single bedroom together with 2 bathrooms and a separate WC.

Exterior and Gardens

Attractive and sheltered gardens surround the property to the north and east. A double garage is located next to the Boot Room.

Farm Buildings

An extensive range of farm buildings located to the south of the farmhouse and comprising traditional ranges and more modern portal framed buildings including grain stores. The buildings are shown on the plan included within these details and comprise the following:

1. Farm House

2. Double Garage

3.Traditional Range (71' 3 x 15' 3 max)

Brick and tile construction, part asbestos. Concrete floor.

4. Covered Fold Yard (109' x 42')

Timber, brick and asbestos construction. Concrete floor.

5.Traditional Range (72'10 x 19'1)

Brick and tile construction. Concrete floor.

6. Traditional Range & Granary (61'9 x 19'1)

Brick and tile construction. Concrete floor. Includes 2 x 30 tonne Simplex grain bins.

7. Lean-to (59'1 x 21'2)

Brick and asbestos construction. Concrete floor.

8. General Purpose Building (59'1 x 37'11)

Steel portal frame concrete block and asbestos construction. Concrete floor.

9. Open Fronted Machinery Shed (33' x 24')

Timber and asbestos construction. Concrete floor.

10. Grain Store & Dryer (67' 8 x 22' ) plus Lean-to (11' x 24')

Concrete block and asbestos construction Including 8 x 32 tonne bins, 3 x 20 tonne bins and 2 x 11 tonne bins with continuous flow 5 tonne per hour Almet Dryer, seed dresser and pre-cleaner. Enghart Oil Fired Fan within Lean-to.

11. Former Fertiliser Store (45' x 18' 2)

Timber and profile sheet construction. Concrete floor.

12. Grain Store & Lean-to (59'8 x 54'4 minimum)

Steel portal frame clad concrete block, grain walling and profile sheet with asbestos roof. Concrete floor.

13. Grain Store (77'5 x 34')

Steel portal frame clad profile sheet and grain walling with asbestos roof. On floor drying system.

13a. Lean-to (27'8 x 18'9)

Timber, zinc and asbestos construction with earth floor housing Enghart oil fired fan.

14. Open Fronted Store (29' x 39'11)

Timber, brick and block construction with zinc roof.

15. Former Turkey Shed

Planning Consents

Low Bonwick Farm offers an excellent opportunity to diversify into tourism and enjoys the benefit of two separate planning consents as follows:Conversion of Farm Buildings 5 Holiday CottagesFull planning permission was granted on 22nd November 2007 under reference 07/05461/PLF Alterations and change of use from agricultural buildings to form tourism and leisure accommodation'. The consent includes for the conversion of buildings Nos 3-7 on the Farm Buildings plan and the removal of building Nos 8-11 and 14 as shown on the farm buildings plan included within these particulars. The present owners have commenced development by laying pipe work for foul drainage. Erection of 20 Eco Cabins Full planning permission was granted on 23rd December 2013 under reference 13/02940/STPLF Erection of 20 eco cabins after demolition of existing farm buildings'. The consent involves the demolition of building No 15 and the erection of log cabins on the eastern section of the farmstead and into part of field numbers 0150 and 2901 as shown on the layout plan included within these particulars. The present owners have commenced development by laying pipe work for foul drainage. Full details of the applications can be obtained from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's planning portal https:/ewplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.ukewplanningaccess/search.do?action=simple using references above. Further details are available upon request from the selling agent.

Land

The land is located in a ring fence with access from Bewholme Lane. The soils are Grade II with some Grade III near to the drain known as Stream Dyke. The land is divided into good sized fields and has been underdrained. Until the 2018 season the land has been in arable cultivation and is now sown to grass.

AREA AND CROPPING SCHEDULE

GENERAL INFORMATION

Method of Sale

Low Bonwick Farm is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in lots. Parties interested in part only should discuss proposed lotting with Dee Atkinson and Harrison. The Vendors reserve the right to conclude the sale by any other means at their discretion. Interested parties are required to register their interest with Dee Atkinson and Harrison in order to be kept informed as to how the sale will be concluded.

Tenure

The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession available on completion.

Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)

The land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency and has been used to activate BPS Entitlements which are included in the sale and will be transferred to the Purchaser(s) following completion. Based on the 2018 RPA data the area of eligible land is 35.2360 Ha The Vendors have claimed and reserve the right to the 2018 BPS Payment. The Purchaser(s) will undertake to comply with the BPS Scheme rules until 31st December 2018 and will indemnify the Vendors as such.

Fixture and Fittings

All fixtures and fittings are included in the sale unless specifically referred to in these particulars.

Services

The farmhouse has the benefit of oil fired central heating, mains electricity and water. Foul drainage is to a septic tank. The farm buildings have a single phase supply. The dryer system is split phase.

Council Tax

Council tax is payable to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Low Bonwick Farmhouse is classified as Band E' and the payment for 2017/18 is £2,088.29.

Drainage

The land was underdrained in the 1950's and drainage plans are available for inspection at the Agent's office by appointment. Stream Dike is part of a drainage system flowing into the North Sea and the Dike as is passes through Low Bonwick Farm is owned by the vendors. Management of the watercourse is administered by the Stream Dike Committee for which the vendors pay a contribution annually for maintenance. Otherwise there are no drainage rates on the farm.

Planning

Planning enquiries in respect of the property should be directed to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Beverley, East Yorkshire HU17 9BA. T: 01482 887888.

Ingoing Valuation

In addition to the purchase price the Purchaser(s) will be required to pay an ingoing valuation for any growing crops, acts of husbandry (if any) and deadstock including fertilisers, sprays, silage, hay, straw, fuel and feed. The value of the ingoing payment will be set by Dee Atkinson & Harrison.

Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ)

The farm is located within an NVZ.

Environmental/Countryside Stewardship Agreements

The farm is not included within any such Agreements.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

An EPC has been carried out and the energy performance graph is included within these particulars.

Local Authority

East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Beverley, East Yorkshire HU17 9BA. T: 01482 887700.

Sporting & Mineral Rights

In so far as they are owned, the sporting and mineral rights are in hand and included in the sale.

Easements, Wayleaves & Rights of Way

The property is sold with the benefit of all granted rights of way, water drainage, water courses, support, electricity supplies, light, other easements or quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing or proposed wayleaves for electricity, drainage, water, gas and any other pipes whether shown on the plan or indicated in these particulars or not and without any obligations to define the same respectively. Electric poles cross field no 2901 to the south of the farmstead which are subject to wayleave agreements.

Value Added Tax (VAT)

If any part of the property or any right attached to it is chargeable for the purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable by the Purchaser(s) in addition to the purchase price.

Plans, Areas, Schedules and Information

The plan provided in these sale particulars are for guidance only. It is the responsibility of the purchaser(s) to verify the boundaries and area of the property before completing a sale. These sales particulars were completed in November 2018. The photographs were taken in October 2018.

Contaminated Land

The Vendors are not aware of any land having been filled with any contaminated matter referred to in the Environmental Protection Act 1990. The Vendors does not give any guarantee or guarantees in this respect and advises the Purchaser(s) to undertake enquiries and investigations, which may be necessary to satisfy themselves that none of this land is so filled.

Viewings

Viewings of the property will be arranged strictly by prior appointment with Dee Atkinson and Harrison. Please contact Samantha Mellor on 01377 253151.

Disclaimer

Dee Atkinson & Harrison for themselves and for the Vendor(s) of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract. No person in the employment of Dee Atkinson & Harrison has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.

Disclaimer: Dee Atkinson & Harrison for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a Contract. No person in the employment of Dee Atkinson & Harrison has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

A compact ring fenced farm with excellent diversification opportunities located close to the East Yorkshire Coast 5 Bedroom farmhouse. Range of modern and traditional farm buildings. Planning permission for Conversion of Traditional Buildings to 5 Holiday Cottages Planning permission for 20 Log Cabins. Predominantly Grade II Arable land extending to around 83 acres In all around 88 acres. For Sale by Private Treaty as a Whole or in Lots Skipsea 1.5 miles I Beeford 3 miles I Bridlington 10 miles I Driffield 12 miles I Beverley 16 miles

Description

Low Bonwick Farm offers a significant opportunity to diversify into tourism with the benefit of planning consents to convert traditional farm buildings to 5 holiday cottages and part of the stackyard to erect 20 log cabins. The farm is located close to Skipsea on the East Yorkshire Coast enjoying a secluded position in open countryside and is currently operated as an arable holding extending to around 88 acres. The property includes a well maintained 5 bedroomed farmhouse, range of farm buildings arranged around an extensive yard and around 83 acres of arable land (currently sown to grass).

Location

Low Bonwick Farm is situated in between the villages of Skipsea Brough and Bewholme off Bewholme Lane in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The village of Beeford lies some 3 miles to the west and provides a range of amenities including a primary school, doctors surgery, village shop and post office. The attractive Georgian Market Town of Beverley and the popular seaside resort of Bridlington are within easy driving distance to the south and north respectively. The property is within close reach of the beach at Skipsea as well as the amenities of the Far Grange Park and Golf Club including an 18 hole golf course.

Farmhouse

A well proportioned, detached 5 bedroom farmhouse constructed of brick under a tile and slate roof extending in all to over 3,000 sq ft and with the benefit of uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating. The accommodation is well presented and comprises at ground floor level a Boot Room, Farm Office, Wet Room, Utility, Breakfast Kitchen, Living Room, Sitting Room and Dining Room. At first floor there are 4 double bedrooms and one single bedroom together with 2 bathrooms and a separate WC.

Exterior and Gardens

Attractive and sheltered gardens surround the property to the north and east. A double garage is located next to the Boot Room.

Farm Buildings

An extensive range of farm buildings located to the south of the farmhouse and comprising traditional ranges and more modern portal framed buildings including grain stores. The buildings are shown on the plan included within these details and comprise the following:

1. Farm House

2. Double Garage

3.Traditional Range (71' 3 x 15' 3 max)

Brick and tile construction, part asbestos. Concrete floor.

4. Covered Fold Yard (109' x 42')

Timber, brick and asbestos construction. Concrete floor.

5.Traditional Range (72'10 x 19'1)

Brick and tile construction. Concrete floor.

6. Traditional Range & Granary (61'9 x 19'1)

Brick and tile construction. Concrete floor. Includes 2 x 30 tonne Simplex grain bins.

7. Lean-to (59'1 x 21'2)

Brick and asbestos construction. Concrete floor.

8. General Purpose Building (59'1 x 37'11)

Steel portal frame concrete block and asbestos construction. Concrete floor.

9. Open Fronted Machinery Shed (33' x 24')

Timber and asbestos construction. Concrete floor.

10. Grain Store & Dryer (67' 8 x 22' ) plus Lean-to (11' x 24')

Concrete block and asbestos construction Including 8 x 32 tonne bins, 3 x 20 tonne bins and 2 x 11 tonne bins with continuous flow 5 tonne per hour Almet Dryer, seed dresser and pre-cleaner. Enghart Oil Fired Fan within Lean-to.

11. Former Fertiliser Store (45' x 18' 2)

Timber and profile sheet construction. Concrete floor.

12. Grain Store & Lean-to (59'8 x 54'4 minimum)

Steel portal frame clad concrete block, grain walling and profile sheet with asbestos roof. Concrete floor.

13. Grain Store (77'5 x 34')

Steel portal frame clad profile sheet and grain walling with asbestos roof. On floor drying system.

13a. Lean-to (27'8 x 18'9)

Timber, zinc and asbestos construction with earth floor housing Enghart oil fired fan.

14. Open Fronted Store (29' x 39'11)

Timber, brick and block construction with zinc roof.

15. Former Turkey Shed

Planning Consents

Low Bonwick Farm offers an excellent opportunity to diversify into tourism and enjoys the benefit of two separate planning consents as follows:Conversion of Farm Buildings 5 Holiday CottagesFull planning permission was granted on 22nd November 2007 under reference 07/05461/PLF Alterations and change of use from agricultural buildings to form tourism and leisure accommodation'. The consent includes for the conversion of buildings Nos 3-7 on the Farm Buildings plan and the removal of building Nos 8-11 and 14 as shown on the farm buildings plan included within these particulars. The present owners have commenced development by laying pipe work for foul drainage. Erection of 20 Eco Cabins Full planning permission was granted on 23rd December 2013 under reference 13/02940/STPLF Erection of 20 eco cabins after demolition of existing farm buildings'. The consent involves the demolition of building No 15 and the erection of log cabins on the eastern section of the farmstead and into part of field numbers 0150 and 2901 as shown on the layout plan included within these particulars. The present owners have commenced development by laying pipe work for foul drainage. Full details of the applications can be obtained from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's planning portal https:/ewplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.ukewplanningaccess/search.do?action=simple using references above. Further details are available upon request from the selling agent.

Land

The land is located in a ring fence with access from Bewholme Lane. The soils are Grade II with some Grade III near to the drain known as Stream Dyke. The land is divided into good sized fields and has been underdrained. Until the 2018 season the land has been in arable cultivation and is now sown to grass.

AREA AND CROPPING SCHEDULE

GENERAL INFORMATION

Method of Sale

Low Bonwick Farm is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in lots. Parties interested in part only should discuss proposed lotting with Dee Atkinson and Harrison. The Vendors reserve the right to conclude the sale by any other means at their discretion. Interested parties are required to register their interest with Dee Atkinson and Harrison in order to be kept informed as to how the sale will be concluded.

Tenure

The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession available on completion.

Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)

The land is registered with the Rural Payments Agency and has been used to activate BPS Entitlements which are included in the sale and will be transferred to the Purchaser(s) following completion. Based on the 2018 RPA data the area of eligible land is 35.2360 Ha The Vendors have claimed and reserve the right to the 2018 BPS Payment. The Purchaser(s) will undertake to comply with the BPS Scheme rules until 31st December 2018 and will indemnify the Vendors as such.

Fixture and Fittings

All fixtures and fittings are included in the sale unless specifically referred to in these particulars.

Services

The farmhouse has the benefit of oil fired central heating, mains electricity and water. Foul drainage is to a septic tank. The farm buildings have a single phase supply. The dryer system is split phase.

Council Tax

Council tax is payable to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Low Bonwick Farmhouse is classified as Band E' and the payment for 2017/18 is £2,088.29.

Drainage

The land was underdrained in the 1950's and drainage plans are available for inspection at the Agent's office by appointment. Stream Dike is part of a drainage system flowing into the North Sea and the Dike as is passes through Low Bonwick Farm is owned by the vendors. Management of the watercourse is administered by the Stream Dike Committee for which the vendors pay a contribution annually for maintenance. Otherwise there are no drainage rates on the farm.

Planning

Planning enquiries in respect of the property should be directed to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Beverley, East Yorkshire HU17 9BA. T: 01482 887888.

Ingoing Valuation

In addition to the purchase price the Purchaser(s) will be required to pay an ingoing valuation for any growing crops, acts of husbandry (if any) and deadstock including fertilisers, sprays, silage, hay, straw, fuel and feed. The value of the ingoing payment will be set by Dee Atkinson & Harrison.

Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ)

The farm is located within an NVZ.

Environmental/Countryside Stewardship Agreements

The farm is not included within any such Agreements.

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

An EPC has been carried out and the energy performance graph is included within these particulars.

Local Authority

East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Beverley, East Yorkshire HU17 9BA. T: 01482 887700.

Sporting & Mineral Rights

In so far as they are owned, the sporting and mineral rights are in hand and included in the sale.

Easements, Wayleaves & Rights of Way

The property is sold with the benefit of all granted rights of way, water drainage, water courses, support, electricity supplies, light, other easements or quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing or proposed wayleaves for electricity, drainage, water, gas and any other pipes whether shown on the plan or indicated in these particulars or not and without any obligations to define the same respectively. Electric poles cross field no 2901 to the south of the farmstead which are subject to wayleave agreements.

Value Added Tax (VAT)

If any part of the property or any right attached to it is chargeable for the purposes of VAT, such tax will be payable by the Purchaser(s) in addition to the purchase price.

Plans, Areas, Schedules and Information

The plan provided in these sale particulars are for guidance only. It is the responsibility of the purchaser(s) to verify the boundaries and area of the property before completing a sale. These sales particulars were completed in November 2018. The photographs were taken in October 2018.

Contaminated Land

The Vendors are not aware of any land having been filled with any contaminated matter referred to in the Environmental Protection Act 1990. The Vendors does not give any guarantee or guarantees in this respect and advises the Purchaser(s) to undertake enquiries and investigations, which may be necessary to satisfy themselves that none of this land is so filled.

Viewings

Viewings of the property will be arranged strictly by prior appointment with Dee Atkinson and Harrison. Please contact Samantha Mellor on 01377 253151.

Disclaimer

Dee Atkinson & Harrison for themselves and for the Vendor(s) of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract. No person in the employment of Dee Atkinson & Harrison has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.

Disclaimer: Dee Atkinson & Harrison for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a Contract. No person in the employment of Dee Atkinson & Harrison has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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56 Market Place,

Driffield

YO25 6AW

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This property is marketed by

56 Market Place,

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YO25 6AW

Telephone: See phone number 01377 241919

Website: Go to Agent Website

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