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Dream Property - Lodge Hill Farm, Barton Blount

PUBLISHED: 14:17 07 August 2015 | UPDATED: 14:17 07 August 2015

Lodge Hill Farm

Lodge Hill Farm

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In an attractive part of the county, on the north side of Church Broughton, Lodge Hill Farm provides a superb agricultural investment opportunity

Lodge Hill FarmLodge Hill Farm

Extending to around 379 acres in total, the impressive package includes a mixed arable and livestock farm with a five bedroomed farmhouse, an extensive range of outbuildings with potential for conversion, modern stock buildings, a farmworker’s cottage and approximately 305 acres of arable land and 62 acres of pasture, interspersed with spinneys and ponds.

The farmhouse combines three reception rooms retaining a range of period features, plus a kitchen, scullery and pantry, five bedrooms and a bathroom.

Adjoining the house is a good-sized garden to the front, which is laid mainly to lawn, and a small adjoining paddock. There is also courtyard to the rear of the house with a triple garage. It requires some modernisation, but also provides scope for redevelopment to make the most of the position, which could involve removal of buildings, in conjunction with glazed extensions to create an exciting property with far-reaching views to the north.

The adjoining traditional farm buildings, formerly used in conjunction with a dairy enterprise, would be suitable for a variety of uses.

Included within the sale is No 2 Lodge Hill Cottages – a characterful, semi-detached cottage with two reception rooms, a kitchen, three bedrooms and a family bathroom, currently let subject to secure rent.

The farm is available as a whole or in seven lots with vacant possession, except for the cottage, at a guide price of £4,075,000.

CONTACT: Fisher German on 01530 412821, www.fishergerman.co.uk

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