Versatile arable land with traditional barn
The property is located between the villages of Chapel Brampton, Pitsford and Brixworth to the north of the market town of Northampton.
Extending to about 181.25 acres (73.34 hectares), the majority of the property is farmed under an arable rotation. There is a traditional farm building with an area of grass and trees around it, along with a small area of woodland.
Split into seven fields by mature hedges and in places ironstone walls, the property benefits from good road access.
The traditional farm building is a south facing former cow byre with a separate loose box which would have historically had an enclosed yard in front of it of which some ironstone walling remains. Of brick and ironstone construction with a fibre cement roof, the barn has three distinctive open arches and a dirt floor. The buildings has a gross internal area of about 580 square feet. Subject to securing the necessary planning permission, the building may have development potential.
For a copy of the sales brochure, please contact Philip Hoare (01295 228055 / email@example.com) or Matty Stent (01295 228025 / firstname.lastname@example.org) at Savills Banbury.
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Acreage: 181.25 Acres