LAND AT FRANKTON
The land is a gently sloping block of 1.03 hectares (2.56 acres) of pastureland that benefits from roadside access from two roads via a vehicular access gate to the north of the field into the yard, plus a pedestrian/horse gate to the south onto Main Street.
It is divided into two post and wire fenced paddocks.
The yard has two wooden 12’x12’ stables with a lean-to hay store to the side and rear.
In a separate enclosure to the rear of the stables is a useful container that is currently used as a feed store/lock-up and a small caravan.
The land at Frankton is located in the centre of the village, off Main Street, adjacent to the Church of
St Nicholas. The nearest Postcode is CV23 9PJ
The property will be subject to an uplift of 33% over 50 years for any alternative use of the land other than private equestrian, horticultural or agricultural use. Buildings in connection with these would be permitted (other than residential and commercial) subject to approval of plans by the Trustees (not to be unreasonably withheld).
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The land has a benefit of drainage as detailed in the Title Deed. A public footpath runs along part of its western boundary.
Purchasers should rely on their own enquiries. There is no electricity connected although there is the potential to connect as a pole is located near to the yard gate. A water supply is on site but a connection has not been verified.
For all other enquiries:
PO Box 5310, Coventry, CV3 9FJ
Tel: 0345 7500 500
Western Power Distribution
Toll End Road, Tipton, DY4 0HH
Tel: 0800 096 3080
Rugby Borough Council, 15 Squires Rd,
Rugby CV23 9HF
TENURE AND POSSESSION
The land is Freehold. The land is not registered under the Basic Payment Scheme.
It is understood that VAT is not chargeable on the sale.
At any time during daylight hours with a set of Sales Particulars.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered For Sale by Private Treaty.
OFFERS OVER £100,000
Land & Stables