Upton Bishop, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire

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Agricultural, South Herefordshire / West Gloucestershire, Productive Arable Land, 53 Acres (21.44 Ha), Three Bay Dutch Barn with Potential Class Q Development, Variety of Crops, Grade 3 Series Loamy Soil, Mostly Well-Drained, Mains Water and Electricity Available at Roadside

Situation: Land at Tedgewood is in a thriving, well established, agricultural area with a good road network for access, situated close to the village of Upton Bishop surrounded by the beautiful Herefordshire landscape.

The cathedral city of Hereford is 15 miles away and within easy reach are the market towns of Ross on Wye and Ledbury, 6 and 9 miles respectively. .

The total land amounts to approximately 53 acres (21.44 ha) and is subdivided into four fields with good roadside access. The land is relatively flat, has been in arable rotation and can be readily cultivated.

The soils are slightly loamy and clayey suitable for most arable crops with moderate to high fertility.

This soil type is extensive in the South Herefordshire area. Cereal crops, oilseed rape and beans have been grown as cash crops.

Situated on the land there is a three bay Dutch Barn which could potentially be converted with a Class Q development application (Subject to the necessary planning permission).

The overall package is a rare opportunity to acquire a good block of arable land in a thriving agricultural area.


Services: Mains water and electricity available at roadside.

Postcode: HR9 7UR

Local Authority: Herefordshire Council (03456 789000)

Flood Risk: Surface water: High risk. Rivers and the sea: Very low risk.

Environmental Schemes: None

Basic Payment Scheme - Entitlements: Subject to Rural Payment Agency regulations

NVZ: Yes

Sporting and Mineral Rights: Included

Tenure and Possession: The land is freehold and will be sold with vacant possession on completion.

Growing Crops: Not applicable - Completion 29/9/2024 after harvest.

Boundaries, Hedges & Fences: The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the Vendors nor their Agents will be responsible fordefining ownership of the boundaries, hedges or fences. All boundaries are the responsibility of the purchaser.

Covenants: Not aware of any material covenants.

Planning: Barn has potential for Class Q development.

Lot Plan: Plans, Areas and Schedules: Numbers listed in the lot plan are Ordnance Survey numbers, not Rural Land Registry numbers. These are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. They have been checked by the Vendors' Agents and the Purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the descriptionand acreage of the land. Any errors or misstatements shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned inthese particulars or not.

Rights of Access: There is a public right of way to Daubies Wood and a shared right of access to adjoining Forestry Commission land and a residential property. The owner retains an agricultural access along the track to Lower Tedgewood.

Directions: From the church in the centre of the village of Kempley, proceed towards Upton Bishop, Linton and Ross / M50. Continue towards Gorsley & Linton. The land is situated on the left-hand side of the lane as per the sale plan after approximately 1.7 miles. Tedgewood Cottage is opposite the entrance to the Dutch Barn for reference purposes.

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