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Land  Sold Guide Price £5,250,000

Ham Farm Estate, Clifton Upon Teme, Worcester, WR6

Ring Fenced Farming & Sporting Estate

Grade II Listed Period Farmhouse

Range of Traditional Buildings Offering Potential (STP)

Pair of Derelict Residenital Cottages

Range of Versatile Farm buildings

Productive Arable & Grassland

Mature Native Woodland

1.8 miles of River Teme Frontage

In All Approx. 449 acres

The Ham Farm Estate is situated in a most delightful part of west Worcestershire within its own part of the Teme Valley.

Accessed directly from the main B4204 the farmstead is nestled almost 1 mile down a private drive which serves only one other property.

The nearby villages of Clifton upon Teme and Martley offer a range of local facilities to include churches, village shops, various pubs and primary schools and the popular Chantry secondary school.

Worcester Cathedral City is approximately 10 miles away offering excellent education opportunities as well as leisure and cultural facilities. Transport links from Worcester are good with easy access to the M5 motorway and rail links to London and Birmingham. The rural city of Hereford is approximately 25 miles further west.

The timber frame farmhouse is understood to date in part back to the 17th century with later 18th and 19th-century additions.

The traditional buildings also date in part back to the 17th century.

The area itself is steeped in history with a nearby medieval mound on the neighbouring farm believed to the siting of the Homme Castle with first records dating back to 1207.

The Ham Farm Estate offers an excellent opportunity for farmers, investors and lifestyle purchasers alike.

The property is ideally located within rural Worcestershire countryside, yet is easily accessible. It offers purchasers the rarely available opportunity to acquire a complete country estate comprising of a period farmhouse, a superb range of modern and traditional farm buildings, woodland and an extremely well farmed block of arable and pasture land.

The period timber framed farmhouse offers well-proportioned and spacious living accommodation throughout and enjoys an abundance of character features including exposed stonework, timber beams, large fireplaces, quarry tiled and oak flooring.

The ground floor comprises; traditional farmhouse kitchen benefitting from oak fronted fitted floor and wall units and Dunsley cast iron cooker, a study, WC and separate utility room are accessed from the entrance hall. A reception room with logburner within a feature fireplace, well-appointed large sitting room with dining and seating areas with two fireplaces, and a sperate dining room with storage room off.

A large front hall has a handsome oak turning staircase leading to the first-floor accommodation comprising of; six bedrooms of good proportions, additional storage room and two family bathrooms.

There is also a main and secondary cellar.

The house has in parts been renovated with works ongoing.

The house enjoys stunning views towards the river over the expanse of farmland and sits within a private position nestled between the traditional buildings, away from the main farmyard . To the front of the house, there is a large lawned garden with old cider millstone and pump trough. There is a vegetable garden and mature interspersed shrubs.

An impressive range of traditional and more modern farm buildings extending to nearly 50,000 square feet.

The attractive and extensive range of single and double height traditional red brick and stone buildings are currently used for storage but present an exciting opportunity for conversion or refurbishment to alternative uses, subject to necessary consents.

There is a comprehensive range of more modern buildings which cater for modern livestock and grain storage together with useful covered machinery buildings. The cattle buildings have been used in connection with farm's herd of suckler cows and finishing cattle. The buildings are served by extensive hardstanding areas.

A pair of derelict former residential stone cottages enjoy a remote picturesque location to the southern part of the farm. These are understood to have last been occupied in the late 70s and offer a fantastic opportunity for renovation, subject to the necessary consents.

The 449 acres lies within a ring fence, bordered to the one side by the River Teme. The land is accessible internally without the need to go on to the public highway. Ranging from highly productive Grade I river plains, rising steeply in parts to a mix of grazing pastures and useful sized arable enclosures, the farm is interspersed with mixed woodland blocks and dingles. The farm offers the chance for continued commercial farming activity alongside leisure and amenity interests.

If appropriate, the purchaser(s) shall be required to take and pay for any growing crops, including enhancement, seed, fertiliser, sprays and lime, plus tillage in accordance with the CAAV costings guide, in addition to the price offered for the property. Contractors' rates will be charged where applicable. The valuation is to be made by Lovatt & Nott as agents acting for the vendor and valuers appointed by the purchaser(s). If timescales dictate otherwise, then a right of holdover may be required. A right is reserved to hold a dispersal sale between exchange of contracts and completion.

The opportunity to acquire livestock, fodder and machinery by separate negotiation may be available to the purchaser(s).

Mains water and electric. Septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating and biomass boiler. Solar panels on one building currently generating an annual income.

The land is registered on the rural land register and the vendors have claimed payments under the Basic Payment Scheme. The entitlements are included within the sale. The payment for the current scheme year will be retained by the vendors and the purchaser(s) will indemnify the vendors against any breech of cross compliance.

As far as they are owned, the mineral and sporting rights, as well as standing timber are included in the freehold sale.

The property is freehold and vacant possession will be available on completion.

Only those items described in these sales particulars are included in the sale.

The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the Vendors, nor their Agents will be responsible for defining ownership of the boundary hedges or fences.

The property will be sold subject to any wayleaves, public or private rights of way, easements and covenants and all outgoings whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Malvern Hills District Council, The Council House, Avenue Rd, Malvern WR14 3AF. Tel:

Strictly by appointment via the Sole Agents

Norris & Miles Solicitors, 6 Market Square, Tenbury Wells WR15 8BW. Tel:

The property is offered for sale as a whole by Private Treaty

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