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Lot 1 – Barn conversion and about 12.31 acres – Offers in excess of £690k

Lot 1A – Grain Store and some farm buildings 0.6 acres – Offers in excess of £50k

Lot 2 – Arable field/paddock land 7.2 acres - Offers in excess of £75k

Lot 3 – Arable land 41.6 acres - Offers in excess of £375k

Lot 4 – Meadow and grazing Land 18.9 acres – Offers in excess of £150k

Lot 5 – 4 Holiday Units – Offers in excess of £425k

Whole – Offers in excess of £1,765,000

Lot 1 – Bure Valley Farm Barn,
buildings and about 12.31 acres.
11 acres of which are down to
temporary grass and spring oats
Bure Valley Farm Barn is a substantial barn
conversion with full residential planning, which
provides good size family accommodation over
two floors. The barn is Grade II listed and has
four bedrooms (two en suite bathrooms).
Downstairs there is a large kitchen/breakfast
room with a central island with a granite work
surface and well-finished oak units. Downstairs
there is underfloor heating and an extremely
comfortable, open plan, living area with a
wood burning stove in the sitting room and a
full- height vaulted ceiling in the dining and
hallway area. There are some delightful areas
of exposed brickwork and exposed beams. The
garden room also has a vaulted ceiling that
incorporates the full height of the barn and off
the Garden room is a large laundry room and
also a downstairs cloakroom. . Adjacent to the
kitchen is a walk-in shelved pantry and there is
also an Everhot cooker (which is available by
separate negotiation) and a twin bowl butler’s
sink. The fourth bedroom, which is downstairs,
could also be used as a studio, has an en suite
wet room. An open tread wooden stair case
with a gallery landing leads to the Master
bedroom/en suite bathroom with free standing
cast iron roll top bath,and a walk in wardrobe.
Back across the gallery landing to a vaulted
hallway. leads to two further double bedrooms
both with built in wardrobes serviced by a
shower room with large cubicle.
Outside there are two areas of lawn with raised
beds. In the yard there is plenty of parking
space there is a large wooden clad boiler shed
which also has parking for cars and a door
which leads back into the Garden room.
There are also two further General purpose
buildings one 60X 40 which is split into two,
plus another 30x40 with connecting door.
To the north of the barn is a brick and tile
building with a 12x8 Glass house beside, an
attractive pond, an orchard and area of grass
where the sewage treatment plant is situated.
Further to the south etc and arable down to
spring Oats.
Adjacent to the barn is a plenty of parking, and
garaging for two cars. In addition, there is a
large multi-purpose store suitable for a variety
of uses. This is a steel portal framed building.
To the south east of the barn conversion is an
area of garden, including a pond, and further
to the south is an expanse of land currently laid
to grass, which could be arable farmland or be
used for equestrian purposes. It is currently
used as paddocks as part of the vendors
livestock business. There is separate access
to the land from Burgh Road. The land is of
the Wick 2 Series, being a deep, well-drained,
coarse, loamy soil suitable for cereals, legumes,
and some root crops. Given the proximity of
Aylsham, there may be potential for a livery or
alternative equestrian business.

Lot 1A – 0.76 acres of farm buildings
including a grain store of 60x40
plus 60x20 lean to
This lot has a range of farm buildings which
are currently used as part of a goat farming
business. Products are sold on site, and there
is significant scope to build on this business,
especially given the proximity of Aylsham
and the A140. The grain store and the existing
buildings could be used as part of an equestrian
or other commercial business subject to the
necessary consents.

Lot 2 – 7.3 acres of arable land
and temporary grass with some
woodland and a field shelter
Lot 2 has its own access from the Burgh Road
and is currently laid to grass and winter barley,
but could be used completely for arable
farming, horses or other livestock. There is a
field shelter in the northern corner and a belt
of principally coniferous woodland on the north
western boundary.

Lot 3 – A block of arable land and
woodland extending to about
41.6 acres
Lot 3 is a productive and attractive block
of principally arable land of the Wick 2 and
Hanworth Series which is classified as Grade
2/3 being a deep, permeable, coarse, loamy,
often stone-less soil, suitable for cereals and
root crops. In the eastern corner there is also a
block of woodland extending to 0.62 acres. This
land is currently farmed in-hand and has been
cropped with sugar beet, wheat, winter and
spring barley in the past. There access off Burgh
Road

Lot 4 – About 19.11 acres of meadow
used of spring and summer grazing
and woodland with over 500 meters
of river frontage to the Bure
Lot 4 is an especially attractive parcel of
meadow, grazing and woodland which can be
accessed via a loke which starts opposite Bure
Valley Farm, or via another loke which is on
the southern side of Lot 3. The land has been
used for summer and winter grazing. There is
an access track which runs along the edge of
the River Bure which offers excellent fishing
and there is over 500 metres of river frontage.
There is also an extremely attractive area of
woodland which is home to an abundance of
wildlife and a number of ponds. There is also
excellent sporting potential on this lot.

Lot 5 – 4 holiday units with their
own access
Penny Wagtail – two bedroom, single storey barn
conversion with wet room, underfloor heating,
double glazing, a kitchen/living room and inner
hall and off road parking and an enclosed
garden. There is oak flooring and a gas cooker.
Wrens Rest –two bedroom barn conversion
with a kitchen/sitting/dining room and a master
bedroom with en suite wet room, second
bedroom and family bathroom. This cottage has
French oak flooring and a gas cooker, off road
parking, underfloor heating and an enclosed
garden. There is also a cast iron roll top bath.
Owls Barn – This is accessed by an outside
staircase. It has its own enclosed private garden.
It is a three bedroom barn conversion with a
separate kitchen and a sitting/ dining room.
There is a master bedroom with en suite
bathroom, with a cast iron roll top bath. There
are two further bedrooms served by a shower
room and French oak flooring throughout the
barn. It is heated by radiators.
Harnser – A one-bedroom barn conversion with
separate kitchen/diner and a lounge with cloak/
shower room. There is a master bedroom with
en suite shower room and French oak flooring
throughout. The kitchen has a radiator and
there is underfloor heating to remainder of the
barn. There is a private enclosed patio garden.
To the side of Harnser’s entrance is a cupboard,
which contains the pump/equipment to treat
the bore water supply.
All the barns have double glazing and have been
well finished. Given the proximity to Aylsham
they have been run as successful holiday lets in
the past.

Bure Valley Farm is situated on the outskirts
of Aylsham, a popular Georgian market
town with an excellent range of amenities
including supermarkets and schooling. The
farm is adjacent to the A140 Aylsham bypass,
giving excellent access to both Norwich and
the North Norfolk Coast. Aylsham has grown
significantly over the last few years enhancing
the commercial potential for Bure Valley Farm.
The picturesque Bure Valley Narrow Gauge
Steam Railway is close by, which links Aylsham
with Wroxham, and in turn makes Aylsham a
popular tourist destination. On the other side of
Aylsham is the Blickling Estate, which is owned
by the National Trust, and offers excellent
walking and leisure opportunities. There are
a number of good quality public houses and
restaurants in the area and excellent private
schooling at Holt and West Runton.
Norwich, the regional centre, is about
11 miles and provides a comprehensive range
of amenities. Norwich Airport is about10 miles
away and is on the northern side of the city. It
offers regular domestic and international flights.

General
Method of Sale: The property is offered for sale
by private treaty as a whole or in 6 lots.
Tenure and Possession: The property is offered
for sale freehold with vacant possession upon
completion.
Holdover: The vendor reserves the right to
holdover for the clearing of crops.
Sporting, Minerals and Timber: The sporting,
mineral and timber rights are included with the
sale.
Nitrate Vulnerable Zone: The farm is within an
NVZ.
Ingoing Valuation: There will be no charge for
any unexhausted, residual, manurial values nor
farmyard manure at completion. In the normal
way, depending upon the time of completion,
the purchaser may be required to take and pay
for at valuation growing crops, cultivations and
enhancement value.
Employees: The Transfer Undertakings
Protection of Employment Regulations will not
apply.
Land Drainage Rate: There are nominal
drainage rates payable to the Environment
Agency.
Basic Payment Scheme: The land is registered
with the Basic Payment Scheme and the
relevant number of entitlements will be
transferred to the purchaser. The vendor will
retain the 2018 payment.
Environmental Schemes: The land is not
entered into any environmental schemes
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way:
The property is offered subject to and with the
benefit of all rights of way, whether public or
private. The tracks to the north and south of
Lot 3 have been used by the current owners for
access to Lot 4.
Services: Mains electricity, bore water supply,
Sewage treatment plant. Heating, via a Blackstar
pellet boiler.
Overage: Please note that there is an historic
overage clause which applies to the bulk of the
farm, apart from Bure Valley Farm Barn. The
overage runs until 2028.

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