About this property
The land is located to the south of the village of Over with access from an unmetalled farm track leading from Longstanton road. The land is to the west of the Norman Business Park. Over is a large and popular village situated about 9 miles north west of Cambridge.
The village offers a wide range of local facilities including post office, general store, hairdresser, three public houses, green, recreation grounds, three all weather tennis courts and community centre. about 1.5 miles north of the A14. There is a primary school in the village with secondary schooling available at Swavesey Village College. There are walks on the River Ouse.
The land is accessed via a gated private track for which a maintenance charge may be levied. The land is in permanent pasture and surrounded on two sides by a tree lined hedge. The land is within a stock proof ring fence. The field is accessed via a gate from The Drove. The land whilst down to grass is currently let to the “Over and District Riding Club”. The land has planning for 14 stables, tack room, store, foal and mare box, male, female wcs, utility, office and shop over which there is two bedroom flat. Detailed planning was obtained on 11 January 1990. The planning application has been activated under the Building Control Reference no: BR/94/0807.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The land will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all public and private rights of way, pipes, drains, cables, pylons and other easements, restrictions or obligations, whether or not mentioned in these particulars.
Electricity is connected directly to the site. Water is in the track leading to the entrance to the site and a further conduit has been laid for BT and other services. Prospective purchasers advised to make their own enquiries with the relevant service providers regarding capacity etc.
All standing timber on the land is included within the sale.
The sporting rights are in hand and are included in the sale.
All minerals in or under the land insofar as they are owned by the vendor are included in the sale.
Boundaries and Ditches
The purchaser will be deemed to have inspected the land, and satisfied themselves as to the ownership of any boundary, ditch or hedge. Where ownership is known is marked by a ‘T’ marks on the plan accompanying these particulars of sale. All unmarked boundaries shall be owned and maintained as heretofore.
The land is sold subject to any development, plan, tree preservation order, town planning scheme, resolution of notice which may or may not come into force. It is also subject to any statutory provisions or bye-laws whether or not mentioned in these particulars of sale. The land has outline planning permission for a riding school and livery stables under reference S/1254/87/0 and S/2045/89. The planning is subject to a Section 52 Agreement under the Town and Country Planning Act 1971 which states that the application (S/1254/87/0) is approved subject to the following condition “in the event of the development not being commercially viable, the property shall revert to agricultural use and the said flat shall thereafter be occupied by a person engaged in agricultural provided that following reversion to agricultural use, the property shall not later be used for purposes of riding school and/or livery stables without further planning permission”.
The vendor will make no claim for tenant right matters and neither will he entertain any claims for dilapidations whatsoever.
Plan, Areas and Schedule
The plan and schedule attached to these particulars has been prepared from the latest edition of the Ordnance Survey.
The land may be viewed during daylight hours with a set of these sales particulars to hand.
Offers are invited in excess of: £225,000 (Two Hundred and Twenty Five Thousand Pounds).
Please contact Nick Harris (01223 819315, email@example.com) or Anne Jopson/Fran Minnaar (01223 819306, firstname.lastname@example.org).