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The property comprises of an agricultural building and 12 acres (4.86 Ha) of level Grade III agricultural land at Edington. The land offers potential for a number of end uses including agriculture, equestrian and amenity, subject to gaining the necessary consents.
Livestock/fodder/machinery shed 22.5m x 14.5m 5 bay steel portal framed building with partial timber and corrugated sheeted cladding, under a corrugated sheeted roof, with UPVC rain harvesting. The building could be used for variety of agricultural uses.
The land is entirely level in aspect and is spilt into three fields, divided by ditches and hedges. The land provides the opportunity for numerous management opportunities.
The land is situated on the outskirts of the village of Edington which is approximately 8 miles east of the town of Bridgwater. Junction 23 of the M5 is situated approximately 6 miles to the west.
Sporting & Mineral Rights
We understand that any sporting rights and mineral rights are held in hand and will be transferred with the sale of the property.
Potential purchasers are advised to make their own enquires as to the availability of any services. The land benefits from mains water supply.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Ways
The property is sold subject to any Rights of Way, Wayleaves, Rights or Easements which do exist at the time of sale whether they are mentioned in these particulars or not. We understand there is a wayleave across the land with the electricity board. We are led to believe there is a yearly payment made to the landowner this will be transferred with the sale.
Rights of Way
There is a single public footpath that crosses the westerly edge, up the track and along the edge of the field.
The land is of freehold tenure and full vacant possession will be given upon completion.
Basic Payment Scheme (BPS)
The land is currently within a BPS agreement, the agreement and entitlements can be transferred upon completion.
From Junction 23 of the M5 motorway proceed along the A39 up Puriton Hill. Proceed along the A39 Bath Road for approximately 6 miles and take a left hand turn into Holywell Road. Proceed along Holywell Road for approximately 1.2 miles, passing through the village of Edington the land can be found on the right hand side, as identified by a Tamlyns For Sale board. From the village of Burtle head west out of the village, turn left onto Station Road and proceed along the road for approximately 2 miles. The road will become Edington Road/Holywell Road, the land will be on your left hand side, as identified by a Tamlyns For Sale board.
Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale by Informal Tender. Tenders are to be received in writing on the attached Form of Tender to the Agent, Tamlyns, 35 Market Street, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 3EP by no later than Friday 18th September 2020 at noon and marked ‘Tender for Land & Building at Edington’ and its receipt with be subject to contract. The vendors are not obliged to accept the highest nor any other tender. Should an accepted tender be received, the prospective Purchaser will be required to exchange contracts within 60 days of receiving the required Memorandum of Sale with completion scheduled to take place thereafter. Exchange contracts within 60 days of receiving the required Memorandum of Sale with completion scheduled to take place thereafter.
The property may be viewed at any reasonable time. The selling agents will be pleased to meet any interested parties on site by prior arranged appointment on (option 1) or email us on
Conditions of Sale
The building and land is sold with an uplift clause, for any future uses other than agricultural. Charged at 25% for the next 20 years