Summary of Features
Period stone barn with consent for conversion (2 bedrooms)
Versatile stone outbuildings & stables
In all some 4.40 Acres of land
Further Land available (see Lots 5 & 6)
Mileages: Upton Bishop 1.5 miles, Ross-on-Wye & Newent 5 miles, Ledbury 12 miles, Hereford, Gloucester & Monmouth <16 miles, Malvern 20 miles, Cheltenham 22 miles, Worcester 31 miles, Bristol 50 miles, Cardiff 55 miles, Birmingham 65 miles.
Road: M50 (Jct 3) 1 mile, M5 (Jct 8) 18 miles
Railway:Ledbury, Hereford & Gloucester
Airport: Bristol (59 miles) & Birmingham (63.5 miles)
The rural village of Upton Bishop is situated mid-point between Ross-on-Wye and Newent and a short drive from Ledbury. Occupying a beautiful rural position on the edge of this popular village and close to the regions major towns and cities, this location is also very convenient for access to the M50. This is a superb location for easy access to the Midlands and the Marches.
Marsh Farm Barns and Land
An excellent rural small holding which has lots of potential and is available as a whole or any combination of the following 6 lots:
The barn for conversion in Lot 1 is Grade II listed.
Not applicable, no residences and Lot 1 is Grade II Listed.
The Threshing Barn & Land - 4.40 Acres
A Grade II listed stone barn with consent to convert to a 2-bedroom residence of 1,133 sq ft. Foundation work and provision for services has commenced sufficient to crystallise planning, granted 6th May 2016. The barn sits adjacent to a small range of single storey stone outbuildings and a block built range of 3 stables and store room.
This lot is offered with some 3 acres of paddock land, more land is available in Lots 5 & 6.
Not currently applicable to any Lot.
Herefordshire Council; 01432 260000.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme but no entitlements are being transferred.
Mains electricity & water are available to the site as a whole. There are formal meter points at the entrance to the shared roadway. All purchasers will be responsible for organising their own connections.
Service conduits have been laid to the site ready for connection to electricity, water and telephone. Drainage has not been installed and will be the responsibility of the purchaser.
The scaffolding around the building is not including in sale but maybe available for hire by separate agreement
This is provided to all lots via a shared private roadway. Utility supplies run under this roadway. The access route will be owned by Lot 1 but a right of way granted to the other Lots.
Right of Way
Access will be for all reasonable uses and at all reasonable times.
Each user will be required to contribute to roadway maintenance, based on the amount and type of traffic.
All Lot owners will be responsible for maintain their own boundaries, or jointly where shared with a neighbour.
Public Foot Path
There is a public footpath crossing part of the lots 5 & 6. Please refer to the sale plan for the route.
Lotting is defined as stated within this brochure. However, the vendor may consider other sub-division provided this is economically attractive and physically practical.
The Wilkes Partnership, City office Birmingham: 0121 233 4333, FAO Miss Leighann Richards
Sale packs are being prepared by the vendors solicitor to facilitate a prompt conveyance timescale.
Prospective buyers will need to provide suitable identification documentation to satisfy Government AML Legislation.
Prospective buyers will be asked to evidence their funding and ability to purchase.
A prompt exchange of contracts will be a condition of any sale agreement.
Consent was granted on 6 May 2016. Planning ref: tbc and Listed Building Ref: 160747.
Postcode: HR9 7UP
From the east on M50: Exit junction 3 off the M50, at the top of the slip road turn left to return over motorway on the B4221. Take the first right hand turn (within ¼ mile) to pass Ross Golf Club house on your left. Continue for ¾ mile, alongside the golf course. Shortly after the end of the course, take first left turning (an unsigned road fork). Follow this winding lane for about 0.60 miles until you see a wide bell-mouthed entrance on your left, signed to "Marsh Farm". Turn into this private drive and you will be entering the property.
From the west at Upton Bishop: Pass the Moody Cow pub and head east on the B4221 for ¾ mile. Just after the "Hilltop" sign take a sharp hairpin left turn. Within 150 metres, turn right in front of a large conifer tree and head downhill, keeping right at the "Tanhouse" sign (about 450 metres). After a further 180 metres you will see a wide bell-mouthed entrance on your right side, signed to "Marsh Farm". Turn into this private drive and you will be entering the property.
By prior appointment via Grant & Co Estate Agents (01531 637341) but unaccompanied in the first instance. Viewers are requested to visit during daylight hours and be in possession of a set of these particulars.
Grant & Co and their clients give notice that:
1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property. 2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. The Agents have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. Fixtures & Fittings Unless mentioned specifically all fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale.