Bradwell Hall, Bradwell
Full DescriptionA Residential Holding of about 108acres partly in the Broads Area National Park
The Hall is Grade II listed with C18 eastern and central sections and western 1830 façade.
Reception Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room,
Sitting Room, Kitchen, Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Office, Former Dairy, Cloakroom
Five Bedrooms, En-Suite & Family Bathroom
Formal gardens and spinney
Traditional Brick and Pantiled Barn
Traditional & Modern Farm Premises with Former Parlour & Milk Room, Covered Cattle Yard, Calf House,
General Purpose Building with Workshop Extension
In all about 8.6acres
The adjoining Gapton Hall Marshes extending to about 100 acres and in a ring fence
Has been in the sellers family since 1959 and was the later focus of the original dairy farm and livestock enterprise centered here in Bradwell. More recently the farm has been extended significantly as an arable holding with the major land blocks to the west in North Suffolk.
The location of Bradwell Hall is rather special with the marshes in the Norfolk Broads National Park area set against a backdrop of Breydon Water a great wild expanse of tidal wetland internationally renowned for its wildlife. In juxtaposition the port of Gt Yarmouth is only a couple of miles away on the North Sea coast and the A12 the principal arterial route to London within 1 mile
The property has three main elements, the Hall, Farm Premises and marshes vis:
Originates from 1731 and is constructed of solid mellow red brick mainly under tiled roofs .Over the succeeding 100years the house has been extended on the western elevation now with a rather beautiful Entrance Hallway and typical late Georgian arrangement with Dining Room and Drawing Room leading symmetrically therefrom. The latter has in turn been extended southwards allowing a flood of light to enter.
Further to the east is the very comfortable Sitting Room with wall panelling and large fireplace with heavy bressumer over. The domestic offices adjoin with study and former Dairy.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing from which the principal bedrooms radiate. The large sash and other windows face west and south giving expansive views over the gardens and allow a high level of natural light to permeate this storey. There is an en-suite bathroom to the main bedroom and further family bathroom.
It is envisaged prospective purchasers may wish to upgrade the kitchen fittings and make more use of the Dairy and the under-utilised Bedroom 5.
In all 391sqm (4,200sqft)
Electricity - Mains connected to house and buildings.
Water - Mains connected (shared with Bradwell Hall, Croeso and Woodside Bungalow)
Foul Drainage - Septic tank
Gas - No mains connected.
Oil fired central heating.
Bradwell Hall is listed and therefore no requirement to produce a rating for the purposes of sale.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
Are excluded from the sale unless otherwise denoted in these particulars.
THE FARM PREMISES
These lie to the south and east of the Hall
The 18th Century very attractive brick and tiled Barn 9.7m x 6.3m with parapet gables is located on the periphery of the Hall gardens, a building quite possibly constructed in tandem with the Hall. No investigations have been made in respect of redevelopment of this structure for alternative uses.
The traditional and modern farm premises lie at the south eastern extremity of the farm and were originally livestock orientated comprising:
Brick and block Former Parlour and Milk Room 8.7m x 8.5m
Brick and asbestos cement roofed Covered Cattle Yard 8.6m x 7.1m
Brick and pantiled Calf House 15.8m x 4.6m
The concrete framed General Purpose Building 37m x 15m was constructed as a covered cattle yard with bull pen extension. Now with 6.2m ridge height, asbestos cement roof covering, roller shutter door and attached blockwork Workshop 6.1m x 4.3m
The various buildings have excellent access with a wide concrete apron linked to the access roadway leading to the marshes to the north.
These form part of the Burgh Castle pumped level which run down to Breydon Water. There is a good spine road access from the Hall farm premises and they formed the ´home meadows´ to the former dairy enterprise.
SCHEDULE OF AREAS
4906 8124 Former arable marsh 5.10ha
5006 0323 Former arable marsh 3.40ha
4906 5917 Former arable marsh 3.72ha
4905 5999 Former arable marsh 1.34ha
4905 6189 Former arable marsh 1.83ha
4906 7507 Former arable marsh 3.69ha
4905 7795 Former arable marsh 2.18ha
4906 9106 Former arable marsh 1.62ha
5006 1015 Former arable marsh 1.14ha
5006 1606 Former arable marsh 3.09ha
5006 3109 Former arable marsh 1.52ha
4905 9595 Former arable marsh 1.47ha
5005 2183 Marsh 2.80ha
5005 0489 Marsh 2.25ha
5005 1075 Marsh 1.97ha
5005 2997 Marsh 1.47ha
5005 3485 Marsh 1.80ha
Track etc 0.14ha
House & Buildings 3.35ha
In all about 108.4 acres
The property is not subject to Stewardship Agreements.
SOIL TYPE AND LAND GRADE
The Soil is described as being Newchurch 2 series. A marine alluvium deep stoneless mainly calcareous clayey soil.
The land is listed as being mainly Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification Map.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is registered for Basic Payment Scheme purposes. The following entitlements will be transferred to the buyer on completion of the sale: -
Entitlement Region Ha Entitlement Euro/Ha Greening Euro/Ha
Non SDA 40.39 175.27 77.71
(Based on exchange rate of 1 = £0.85228)
A 2017 BPS Claim will be submitted by the seller and retained by them. The buyer will cross comply. Further Basic Payment Scheme Information is held at the agents Harleston office and may be inspected on request.
The land falls principally within the Burgh Castle pumped level of the Waveney, Lower Yare & Lothingland Internal Drainage Board where the current rating charge is 3p/RV£ (approx. RV £3,000). Estimated charge £90pa.
The arable marshes were cropped in the 1970s to 1990s prior to the instigation of the set aside regime in 1993.
SPORTING TIMBER AND MINERALS
All sporting rights, standing timber and minerals are included in the sale subject to the usual statutory limitations.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements, quasi-easements, rights of way, covenants and restrictions whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Access to the Hall from the frontage road is over a concrete driveway in the sellers ownership over which a right of way will be granted for all purposes and subject to a shared maintenance obligation.
TENURE and POSSESSION
The freehold is registered under title NK307823
Vacant possession given on completion. The marshes are currently grazed by cattle on a flexible licence arrangement.
METHOD OF SALE
Offered by private treaty.
Travel north along the A12 towards the centre of Great Yarmouth. At the Gapton Hall Retail Park roundabout (junction with A1243) turn left into Gapton Hall Road. After about 2km turn right at the next roundabout into Market Road. After about 500m the Bradwell Hall driveway will be found on the right hand side.
Satellite Navigation Postcode: NR31 9EF
Vikki Risk, Mills & Reeve LLP Solicitors, 1 St James Court, Whitefriars, Norwich, NR3 1RU Tel: 01603 660 155
The sellers have not elected to charge VAT on the sale of the land.
By appointment with the agents who will accompany prospective purchasers.
Nick Durrant at the Harleston Office;
Durrants, 32-34 Thoroughfare, Harleston, Norfolk, IP20 9AU
Tel: 01379 851036
Durrants and their clients give notice that: -
No investigations have been made in respect of any matter concerning pollution of the land, air or water and the buyers are responsible for making their own enquiries in this respect. The measurements, distances and areas are given as approximate. These particulars and photographs are provided for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.