Walled Garden of Historic Grade II Listed House
The Nursery is formed of the Grade II Carlton Hall Walled Garden extending to approximately 0.94 acres.
This walled garden has a great microclimate for growing conditions and therefore presents as a unique rental opportunity.
The previous tenant grew organic produce within this walled garden. The plants previously grown ranged from root vegetables, such as onions, leeks, squash and courgettes. Fruits grown included strawberries, wild raspberries, blackberries, redcurrants rhubarb.
There is an array of trees within the walled garden, including cherry blossom, prune, apple and pear, plum and walnut. The trees will all remain in situ from the commencement of the tenancy.
Newark and Sherwood District Council granted consent (Application Number: 04/00222/FUL) at the Property for a Nursery including sales to the public and two polytunnels to be erected. No polytunnels will be available on the commencement of the tenancy.
Alternative uses will be considered by the Landlord, subject to planning approval where required.
THE STABLE BLOCK:
The adjoining Stable Block is also available To Let separately with The Nursery. Particulars of The Stables are available on the Savills website.
Communal parking facilities are available within the courtyard, shared with the adjoining stable block.
Communal toilet facilities are also available, shared with the neighbouring stable block.
The property is to be offered To Let on a new lease under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. The length of the Tenancy and Heads of Terms are flexible and subject to negotiation.
Any letting will be subject to confirmation of identity and credit checks.
The tenant shall be responsible for an administration charge for obtaining references prior to preparing the tenancy agreement of £185.00 inc VAT payable by the successful applicant prior to the commencement of the tenancy.
Mains water and electricity is connected. Underground rainwater harvesting is on site. A W/C is shared with the neighbouring Stable Block.
Strictly by appointment with Savills.
Note: The plan is published for the purposes of identification only.