Farm buildings with development opportunities
This property is Under Offer.
This property forms Lots 1, 2 and 3 of a larger farm sale - Fatlands Farm is an interesting mixed farm, extending to about 160.25 acres (64.85 hectares) and split between a number of land parcels around the village of Helmdon, with a range of farm buildings, arable and temporary grassland. Fatlands Farm is offered for sale as a whole or in 5 lots.
Lots 1, 2 and 3 comprise an extensive range of farm buildings, which subject to securing the necessary planning permissions, may lend themselves to income generation or development to other uses. The three Lot extends to about 92.19 acres (37.3 hectares) in total with the land all down to temporary grass.
There are two access routes and the buildings, which enjoy far-reaching views across the farm and local countryside, include:
A former threshing barn constructed of Helmdon stone, a limestone, with a slate roof. Whilst retaining some original features including field stone cobble floors, works have been undertaken over the years to accommodate farming practices and administration, including the creation of a farm office. Split over two floors, the building lends itself to conversion to a dwelling, subject to securing the necessary planning consents.
Forming two sides to the south facing courtyard and connected to the threshing barn, the cow byre is built of Helmdon stone with a slate roof, timber posts and a dirt floor. The building includes a loose box and the remains of a loft used by an Italian prisoner of war during World War II. Subject to securing the necessary planning consents, this building is suited to conversion to a dwelling, whether standalone or with the threshing barn.
A 4 bay steel portal frame workshop building with sliding doors, a concrete floor, concrete block walls, corrugated iron cladding and a fibre cement roof.
Two grains stores of 4 bay steel portal frame construction with sliding doors, a concrete floor, a mixture of grain walling and concrete block walls, fibre cement roof and cladding. A central wind tunnel separates the two stores.
A 4 bay steel portal frame straw shed with a stone and dirt floor, open sides and a fibre cement roof.
For a copy of the sales brochure, please contact Philip Hoare (01295 228055 / email@example.com) at Savills Banbury.