Hamwood Farm, Trull TA3

Hamwood Farm, Trull TA3

Freehold | 210 acres (85 hectares)

Guide price £3,250,000
Taunton 3.1 miles
Canonsgrove House 1 miles
Cannonsgrove Halls 1 miles

A productive ring fenced dairy farm situated in the Taunton Vale.

Situation

Hamwood Farm is situated in a private yet accessible rural location within the Taunton Vale, which is renowned for its productive farmland. The village of Trull is about 1½ miles away whilst the Somerset county town of Taunton is only about 3 miles away.

Trull provides a good range of facilities including a shop, post office, primary school, church, garage and tennis club and Taunton provides a further range of shopping facilities, excellent schools and the county cricket ground.

The area benefits from superb travel connections with access to the M5 motorway at Wellington (J26) and Taunton (J25) and the A303. The main line station at Taunton provides fast trains to London Paddington in less than 2 hours and both Bristol and Exeter Airports are also within easy reach.

Hamwood Farmhouse

Comprising a very attractive grade II* listed cross passage farmhouse of brick elevations with Ham stone dressings under a principally slate roof with stone mullion windows, the property offers spacious accommodation as follows:

Ground Floor

Front door to the Cross Passage Hallway with back door off
Dining Room with large fireplace
Sitting Room with large fireplace and stairs to the first floor
Kitchen
Breakfast Room with Aga
Rear Hall with stairs to the first floor
Utility/storage room
Study

First Floor

Landing
Five Double Bedrooms
Two Bathrooms

Outside, there is good sized garden together with a range of principally traditional outbuildings as follows:

1. Two storey brick and slate farm office with loft over (31’ x 16’).
2. Adjoining stone, brick and tile former farm worker’s flat (30’ x 10’ plus 15’ x 11’).
3. Adjoining block and fibre cement former cheese production and storage buildings (60’ x 20’ plus 15’ x 12’).
4. Mono pitch block and steel machinery store (28’ x 19’)
5. Stone, block and galvanise workshop/former wagon house (40’ x 20’).
6. Adjoining two storey stone, timber and brick store/former threshing barn (79’ x 17’).
7. To the left of the entrance drive is a redundant brick and tile traditional storage barn (60’ x 20’).

The main farm buildings comprise a range of modern dairy buildings which provide 330 cubicles together with further dry cow and young stock housing and fodder and manure storage. The farm buildings more specifically comprise:

8. Block, steel and fibre cement dairy with two bulk milk tanks with a total capacity of 14,000l, ice builder, plate cooler, hot water tank and heat exchanger for the office, parlour and collecting yard with a 22/22 De Laval herringbone parlour with automated feed to yield in parlour feeders etc.
9. Adjoining steel and fibre cement collecting/covered yard (50’ x 30’).
10. Adjoining seven bay steel and fibre cement loose housing shed (105’ x 40’).
11. Adjoining seven bay steel and fibre cement loose housing shed (105’ x 40’).
12. Adjoining steel and fibre cement covered yard (100’ x 50’ max.).
13. Adjoining six bay steel and fibre cubicle shed for 69 with feed passage and lean-to off (90’ x 55’).
14. Adjoining seven bay steel, concrete and fibre cement cubicle shed for 60 (105 x 25’).
15. Adjoining four bay concrete and fibre cement cubicle shed for 32 (60’ x 20’).
16. Adjoining twelve bay covered feed passage (210’ x 20’).
17. Adjoining five bay steel and fibre cement cubicle shed for 65 (75’ x 45’).
18. Adjoining five bay steel and fibre cement cubicle shed for 104 (100’ x 40’).
19. Adjoining two bay covered yard (40’ x 40’).
20. Adjoining ten bay covered yard (150’ x 60’) with lean-to off (90’ x 40’).
21. Five bay covered yard (75’ x 60’).
22. Seven bay steel and fibre cement loose housing shed (115’ x 35’).
23. Adjoining seven bay steel and fibre cement loose housing shed (115’ x 35’).
24. Six bay steel and fibre cement loose housing shed (90’ x 35’) with lean-to off (20’ x 20’).
25. Adjoining seven bay steel and fibre cement fodder store (105’ x 30’).
26. Adjoining seven bay steel and fibre cement loose housing shed with feed passage (105’ x 60’).
27. In addition, there are two silage clamps on the western side of the farmstead.

The Land

The land surrounds the farmstead and is well serviced by established tracks from the farm buildings as well as a number of road access gates. Lying within a ring fence, the land is divided into good sized level and gently sloping enclosures which are well suited to producing good pasture and arable crops. There is also a small enclosure of woodland known as Hamwood Copse which is situated to the south east of the farmstead.

Method of Sale

Hamwood Farm is offered for sale as a whole by private treaty.

Services

Water – there is both a mains and borehole water supply.
Electricity – there is a mains electricity supply, with three phase connected.
Drainage – there is a private drainage system.

Town and Country Planning

Hamwood Farmhouse is grade II* listed. The Old Cider House (outbuildings 1 and 2) and the barn adjoining the entrance drive (outbuilding number 7) are grade II listed.

Tenure and Possession

The freehold of the holding is offered for sale with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion. There is a telephone mast on the holding which is now redundant with the tenancy set to expire on 28 Janaury 2021. The land is due to be reinstated to agricultural use by the tenant.

Wayleaves and Rights of Way

The usual wayleave payments exist for the cables running through the holding. There is a public footpath which through the north eastern corner of the holding in field number 0833.

Basic Payment Scheme

The holding is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and entitlements are included in the sale. The 2019 payment will be retained by the vendor.

Uplift Clause

The land, excluding the farmhouse and farm buildings, will be sold subject to an uplift clause. Should permission be granted for residential or (non-agricultural/equestrian) commercial development, 25% of the uplift in value will be payable to the vendor or their successor in title for a period of 25 years from completion of the sale.

Health and Safety

Potential purchasers are requested to take particular care when inspecting the property. Potential purchasers should bear in mind the risk of sudden movements from livestock and machinery which may be present and operating at the property at the time of inspection. Potential purchasers are requested to wear supportive footwear for viewings, and are advised to be conscious of potentially uneven and slippery ground surfaces.

Viewings

Viewings are strictly by appointment with the vendor’s agent, Carter Jonas (01823 428590).

Directions

From Taunton head south towards Trull. Pass Queens College on your right hand side and continue towards Trull. Shortly before the post office, turn right onto Dipford Road, signed Dipford and Comeytrowe. Follow this road for about 1½ miles and then turn right at the fork in the road signed Cutsey and West Buckland. Follow this road for about 1 mile until reaching the entrance drive to Hamwood Farm on the left hand side.

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Situational Details
Property type
Farm
Tenure
Freehold
Total land
210 acres (85 hectares)
Carter Jonas reference
TAU190005
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