A well located block of permanent pasture located on the edge of the village, which will be offered for sale by public auction, subject to prior sale, reserve and conditions, at 6.30pm on Tuesday 22nd June 2021 at The View, Hill Farm Marina, Stratford Road, Wootton Wawen, B95 6DE.
Extremely well located within the popular village of Snitterfield, lying equi distant between Stratford-upon-Avon and the M40/J16 motorway at Warwick., only some 18 miles south of Birmingham. This old established pastureland has a good, long road frontage to Bell Lane and drops to the north to and including the Bell Brook. Eminently suitable for livestock grazing, equestrian, or other recreational use (STPP if required). It is possibly the first time this land has come onto the open market since it was sold as part of the Welcombe Estate in November 1929.
Bounded by mature hawthorn hedging, with some hedgerow trees, the land backs onto residential property fronting Church Road, only some 18 miles south of the Birmingham conurbation.
Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the appropriate utility companies for the verification as to the availability, or otherwise, of services.
Warwickshire County Council - www.warwickshire.gov.uk
Tenure and Possession
Stratford-upon-Avon District Council – www.stratford.gov.uk
Severn Trent Water – www.stwater.co.uk
Western Power Distribution – www.westernpower.co.uk
The land is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion, scheduled for 28 days after the auction, ie 20th July 2021 (or earlier by mutual agreement). On the fall of the hammer the successful purchaser will be required to sign the auction contract and pay a 10% deposit (minimum £5,000) to the vendor’s solicitors, together with an administration fee of £500 plus VAT to the auctioneers, in the room, on the night.
Rights of Way and Easements
The land is subject to all rights of way and easements that may exist. It is understood that a right of way exists in favour of the adjoining land on the north east boundary from the field gate, further details will be found within the auction pack.
Boundaries and Timber
All growing timber is included in the sale. The ownership of boundaries (where known) is delineated by an inward facing “T” mark.
Sporting and Mineral Rights
Sporting and Mineral Rights where owned are included in the sale of the freehold.
Plans shown are for identification purposes only.
The land is being sold subject to an Uplift Clause of 30% for 30 years (except for agricultural and equestrian use). Full details are available in the auction pack.
The land may be inspected by prospective purchasers following prior appointment with the auctioneers, Tel. No. 01564 794343, in possession of a copy of these sale particulars, during daylight hours only, at their own risk. All gates must be left as found, no litter left and no dogs whatsoever are allowed on the land.
A full auction pack is available from the vendor’s Solicitors.
Messrs. Shakespeare Martineau,
35 Station Street,
Nottingham. NG2 3DQ
Tel. No. 01159 453707
Acting – Ms Carole Fox
Email – email@example.com
From the M42 Birmingham and the north take the A3400 south towards Stratford-upon-Avon, pass through Henley-in-Arden and Wootton Wawen and, just under the railway bridge at Bearley, turn left signposted to Snitterfield. At the crossroads in the centre of the village turn left,( signposted to Wolverton), into School Road. At the end, turn right into Bell Lane, where the land will be found on the left hand side, as indicated by the 'Earles' auction boards.
Conditions of Sale
From Warwick/Leamington, the M40/J15 and the east, take the A46 west, after approximately 2 ½ miles, turn right, (signposted into Snitterfield) and follow directions into the centre of the village. At the crossroads by the school, turn right into School Road and follow the directions as above. Approximate Post Code CV37 0JU
The property will, unless previously withdrawn, be sold subject to the Special and General Conditions of Sale, which have been settled by the Vendor’s Solicitor. These conditions may be inspected during the usual office hours at the offices of the vendor’s Solicitor mentioned in these sales particulars during the five days, exclusive of Saturday and Sunday, immediately before and exclusive of the day of the sale. The conditions may also be inspected in the Sale Room at the time of the sale but they will not then be read. The purchaser shall be deemed to bid on those terms whether he shall have inspected the Conditions or not.
Money laundering regulations have been introduced by the government, affecting auctioneers, under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002/Money Laundering Regulations 2007. To comply with this Act, we require all purchasers to pay the deposit by any of the following methods: Bank/Building Society Draft, Personal/Company Cheque. All purchasers will be required to provide proof of both their identity and current address and all parties intending to purchase any property must bring with them the following items: Full U.K. Passport or Photo Driving Licence (for identification), a recent Utility Bill, Council Tax Bill or Bank Statement (as proof of residential address). These should be presented to the vendor’s Solicitor when signing the contract.
The guide price offers an indication of the price below which the vendor is not willing to sell. It is not necessarily the exact final sale price, and is subject to change prior to and up until the day of the auction. Any change in the guide price will reflect a change in the reserve (a figure below which the auctioneer will not be able to sell). The reserve can be expected to be set within the guide range or not more than 10% above a single figure guide. (RICS Common Auction Conditions 7th Edition).