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Smallholding, Norwich

Freehold: Guide Price Of £575,000
Size: 5.37 hectares (13.27 acres)

Call Hayley Burton-Pye on 01263 512026 or email hayley.burtonpye@arnoldskeys.com for more details on this property
Mill Farm presents the opportunity to acquire a ring-fenced smallholding extending to approximately 5.37 Ha (13.27 Acres). The property comprises a detached period farmhouse and range of traditional farm buildings which are situated at the heart of the property, together with grazing meadows and Alder Carr woodland.

OUTSIDE
The property comprises a generous sized garden to the front and side aspect which is currently laid to lawn with established borders, shrubs and trees. There is also a vegetable patch and orchard with variety of fruit trees. To the rear of the property is a store room/coal house: 3.85m x 2.71m.

THE LAND
The land at Mill Farm is principally located to the north of the Farmhouse and comprises a mixture of wet grazing meadows and Alder Carr woodland all of which benefits from being fully stock fenced. The remaining land comprises a parcel of reed and an area of rough ground to the left and right of the driveway which includes further dilapidated buildings and old cars.

In addition to the land at Mill Farm there is a small off lying parcel of Woodland, known as Ring Clump located close to the railway live, south of the Gunton train station. The woodland extends in all to approximately 0.23 Ha (0.57 Acres). We understand that there is vehicular access to the woodland directly from Southrepps Road, but this is currently overgrown. The nearest postcode is: NR11 8UH.

THE BUILDINGS
The traditional farm buildings comprise a U shaped range of single storey brick buildings under a clay pantile roof. The former courtyard area has been infilled with a general purpose steel portal frame building with steel profile cladding and corrugated asbestos cement sheet roofing.

Adjoining, on the eastern side of the traditional barns are a collection of derelict former piggeries constructed of block under corrugated asbestos sheet roof. To the south of the barns are various timber framed sheds which are in a dilapidated state.

The traditional buildings offer an exciting opportunity for a variety of alternative uses such as conversion to residential or holiday lets subject to planning permission.

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Mill Farm, Bradfield Road, Norwich

Freehold: Guide Price Of £575,000
Size: 5.37 hectares (13.27 acres)


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Hayley Burton-Pye
01263 512026
hayley.burtonpye@arnoldskeys.com


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