Summary of Features
Detached 3 - 4 bedroom period farmhouse with integral annexe
Kitchen/breakfast, 4 reception rooms, utility room, family bathroom
Brick and timber stable blocks and manege
Additional outbuildings offering potential for alternative uses
Ring-fenced pastureland extending to about 23.90 acres
Mileages: Easter Compton 1 mile, Bristol 8 miles, Cribbs Causeway 2 miles Road: M5 (Jct 17) 2 miles, M4 (Jct 20) 5 miles Railway: Bristol Parkway 5 miles Airport: Bristol (14½ miles)
In all about 27.61 Acres.
The property is situated in the small rural hamlet of Compton Greenfield to the south east of Easter Compton, in South Gloucestershire, surrounded by fields, agricultural and pastureland, with the advantage of benefitting from good commuter links to the city of Bristol and motorway network.
Period detached farmhouse with great potential, requiring renovation and refurbishment. Integral 1 bed annexe, ideal for extended family, rental or for employee/groom accommodation. The property has most recently been used as mixed residential, commercial and equestrian use, including the Spaniorum Farm Gym. Potential for commercial and/or equestrian businesses, subject to the necessary permissions.
The land extends to 23.90 acres of the total 27.62 acres. The main block of pastureland provides a ring fence around the farmhouse and buildings and comprises a combination of both level and sloping/steeper ground. The second block of land is good level pasture on top of Spaniorum Hill and is accessed via a well constructed concrete track. The woodland on Spaniorum Hill overlooks the property, with views down to the River Severn. The outbuildings extend to about 15,250 sq ft in all and comprise; stone stable block, brick and stone stable block, timber stable block, commercial use buildings, triple garage, stone fodder store plus a floodlit manege . The Outbuildings offer potential for conversion, subject to the necessary permissions.
Mains water to the Farmhouse. Mains electricity to the Farmhouse, outbuildings and manege. Private drainage to the farmhouse and former gym building.
South Gloucestershire Council: 01454 868000.
Farmhouse - Band G; Annexe - Band A; Commercial Buildings - Rateable Value £9,000.
Rights of Way, Easements, Covenants
The property is sold subject to any rights, benefits or incidents of tenure which affect it. In particular, prospective buyers should note: Overhead electricity lines; A right of way to the scout camp; Public footpaths; Oil pipeline through the fields underground; Water supply to the scout camp.
Further details are available from the Vendors Agent or Solicitor.
The land has not been registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and there are no entitlements included in the sale.
Tenure & Possession
The property is offered with Freehold Tenure and with Vacant Possession upon completion, subject to the right of way detailed in the 2006 transfer (further details available from the Vendors Agent or Solicitor.
Royds Withy King Solicitors, Bath. Contact: Alice Newsome or Angus Williams; 01225 730100.
A good selection of both primary and secondary schools can be found within the locality. Further information available at: www.southglos.gov.uk
For independent schools, further information available at: www.isc.co.uk
Compton Greenfield has a church. A farm shop and village hall can be found close by at Easter Compton and a variety of amenities, including a church, shop, a primary school, a doctor's surgery, and several pubs can be found in Pilning (3 miles). More extensive retail, cultural and recreational opportunities are available in Bristol
There are a wide range of recreational activities available within the area, including golf, swimming and riding. Horse racing at Chepstow and Bath.
Strictly by appointment with the selling Agent.
From the M5 (Jct 17) take the B4055 and as you enter the village of Easter Compton, take the left-hand turn onto Bow Street Lane which leads on to Berwick Lane. Spaniorum Farm is about one mile along Berwick Lane on the left.