FORMER POULTRY FARM WITH REDEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
The property is situated on the northern fringe of North Frodingham village, with open countryside to the north and west. The surroundings are predominantly arable fields, interspersed with attractive woodlands and shelterbelts. The
market town of Driffield is located about 6.7 miles to the west.
An attractive residential farm ripe for redevelopment, with bungalow, welfare unit, office and a significant range of former poultry buildings. The buildings provide storage, livestock accommodation or could be repurposed for equestrian or other uses, together with the grassland surrounding. In all the property totals approximately 5.08 acres (2.05 ha).
The bungalow sits off the farm entrance with a parking and yard area adjacent. The bungalow is detached, brick built with concrete tile roof and surrounded by lawn gardens, a small
orchard and mature trees. The property was constructed in the 1970's and is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Restriction.
The accommodation includes kitchen with range of fitted units, living room, sunroom, three bedrooms, a family bathroom with stand over shower, wash basin and WC. The property has gas fired central heating, uPVC windows and is generally in good condition. The property is well proportioned with a pleasant outlook over farmland to the west with a private enclosed garden to the east.
Welfare unit and office
The office and staff welfare facilities are provided in 2 temporary, portable buildings arranged in such a way to ensure bio-security of the site. These include, four showers,
changing rooms, canteen, workshop / kitchen, hall and office.
The accommodation could be repurposed as a new site office
or provide annex accommodation if required (subject to any
Beyond the residential property and welfare unit, to the north, is an extensive range of seven former poultry buildings, associated with the sites use as a turkey breeding unit. The sheds total approximately 60,000 sq ft in all. All the buildings are constructed from a timber frame with fibre cement roof, concrete block walls, concrete floors, timber cladding with welfare windows. All sheds have mechanical ventilation. The sheds benefit from a concrete apron to the front with an access track running along the west of the sheds. The buildings are likely to include asbestos elements within the construction.
These buildings could be maintained in agricultural use or could provide American barn style stabling, general storage for amenity or lifestyle farming, machinery, and livestock housing requirements (subject to any necessary consents).
East of the sheds is grass strip running the length of the holding. Whilst this area is modest it could be used for grazing livestock, meadow and equine uses.
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