Guide price £385,000
Gainsborough - 5 miles Lincoln - 17 miles
Set in the heart of the village, Beckside Farm is a compact smallholding, comprising of a detached period stone, brick and pantile dwelling, a range of stone and brick barns, further agricultural buildings, along with approximately 4.5 acres.
In need of some refurbishment, the principal property enjoys views across the village green, with accommodation briefly comprising entrance hall, three reception rooms, breakfast room, kitchen, stores and bathroom to the ground floor, along with three double bedrooms to the first floor.
The range of stone barns to the rear of the dwelling offer excellent ancillary accommodation potential, subject to the necessary planning consents. Further outbuildings include a detached, part brick, four bay steel portal frame agricultural unit, along with open bay pole barn, all backing onto approximately 4.5 acres of farmland.
Of stone, brick and pantile ripe for conversion subject to necessary consents.
Concrete floor, four bay, sliding doors.
Further outbuildings and stores including four bay pole barn.
Approximately 4.5 acres of land runs to rear elevation.
The property will be sold subject to a restriction that if planning consent is granted for any more than one private dwelling on any part of the land in the next 25 years the vendors will be entitled to receive 50% of the increase in value. This will be triggered on implementation of that planning consent.
The purchaser will covenant not to use any of the land or buildings to be sold as dog kennels or a cattery, whether or not in
the course of the business.
The use of any of the property to be sold is not to become a nuisance at any time to the County Council, its successors in title
or any other neighbours in the area.
The land is not to be used for intensive animal rearing or keeping.
No rights of way will be granted over the County Councils retained land.
The purchaser will covenant to erect within three months of completion of the sale of the property and thereafter maintain
a Lincolnshire post and rail fence along the currently open northern boundary as shown as an inward "T" mark on the plan.
Other boundaries marked with an inward "T" mark denote responsibility of that boundary.
The Land is not to be used for an intensive system of husbandry for animal rearing or keeping (as defined in The Welfare of Livestock Regulations 1994).
The purchaser will not pipe any part of the open watercourses without the Vendors consent in writing.
The Vendor does not warrant that the drains or septic tank (if any) are suitable for their purpose and, upon the expiry of the useful life of the existing system, the Purchaser will provide a new foul drainage system wholly on his own land.
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