This 7.11 acre paddock has been in the ownership of the same family since 1962.
The majority of the field is enclosed by mature hedging with post and barbed wire fencing. Vehicular access off the country lane is directly onto a hard standing area for a couple of vehicles. There is a mains water supply.
Even though it doesn’t have organic status, this paddock hasn’t been spread with any fertilisers for approximately twenty years. Over time it’s been utilised for many purposes including for arable farming but for the last thirty years it’s housed cattle and sheep but currently it is let out to a family with horses therefore to view, please call the office to book a viewing, please do not enter without a booked appointment.
1. This land has an unregistered title therefore the new owners will be required to register it upon completion.
2. One of the beneficiary’s is a member of the Whitaker Seager team.
3. There is no postcode relating to this field. GL4 8LL is the postcode for the neighbouring houses, Leverets Barn and The Leverets.
This pastureland has been grazed by horses for several years, however it is suitable for other types of livestock. FOR DIRECTIONS we recommend you use ‘What Three Words’ however:cookbooks:requiring. This should direct you to the entrance.
• 7.11 acres paddock
• Mains water
• Unregistered title
Brimpsfield, is a rural Cotswold village set in an elevated location, surrounded by rolling farmland. Steeped in history and recorded in the Domesday Book as Brimesfelde, it once was home to Brimpsfield Castle, demolished in 1322. It’s now known for its sense of community, with the village hall being the centre of the community activities along with St Michael & All Angels church.The neighbouring village of Birdlip is close by and offers a primary school and the Royal George hotel. There are lovely walks locally and the peaceful lanes are popular with cyclists. There are also numerous country pubs in the vicinity. The village is also well placed for commuting, with junction 11a of the M5 Motorway (Bristol or the West Midlands) nearby and the A417 dual carriageway to Cirencester and Junction 15 of the M4 motorway (Swindon), also easily accessible. London is circa two hours by car or just over 70 minutes by train from Kemble station into Paddington. Both nearby Cheltenham, and Gloucester have an excellent choice of schools, both the state, grammar and the private sector
Postcode: GL4 8LL
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Cotswold. Council Tax Band and EPC rating
Please note: in rural locations the map may not be 100% accurate
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