A parcel of pasture land situated on the outskirts of the attractive and sought after village of Norton in Hales, winner of a gold medal in the 2019 Britain in Bloom competition.
The land, which totals approximately 11.9 Acres, immediately adjoins the village and slopes gently from the village towards the River Tern at the eastern boundary. The land is in permanent pasture and has predominantly been used for the grazing of cattle for the last thirty years and is well fenced for such purposes. To the northern boundary a small brook bisects the field as it runs from the village to join the River Tern.
A small area of woodland adjoins the brook and within the woodland are several former crayfish breeding pools.
Access is gained from Napley Road which runs from the Norton in Hales village to the B5415.
The land is sold subject to a covenant preventing any form of development other than for equestrian or agricultural purposes.
We are advised that the land is sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered under the Basic Payment Scheme however the entitlements are in separate ownership and so will not pass with the sale.
No mains services are connected to the land. Both mains water and electric are believed to be available in the area, connection to these will be at the cost of the buyer.
Note (11 March 2020)
Please note that we are in discussion with several adjoining properties over the possibility of them purchasing a small area of land to extend their gardens. In the event that this is agreed the acreage we are able to sell will reduce slightly.