The property lies on the south side of Kidmore Lane on the edge of the village of Kidmore End. The property is approximately 1 mile south west of the large village of Sonning Common.
The towns of Reading and Henley on Thames with their multiple facilities lie approximately 4 miles to the south and 6 miles to the north east respectively.
The immediate vicinity provides a mix of agricultural land and detached residential dwellings.
We would refer you to the location plan below for further information.
An Ordnance Survey plan with these particulars of sale shows the approximate boundaries of the property edged in red.
The property comprises a picturesque, relatively level, irregular shaped parcel of open land of approximately 0.35 hectares (0.87 acres). It contains three separate agricultural buildings, a barn plus two former piggeries (all in variable repair). There are several trees mainly located towards the property’s well defined boundaries.
The property is largely contained by post and wire fencing and hedging and is bordered by Kidmore Lane at its northern boundary, agricultural land at its eastern boundary and a residential property at its western and southern boundaries.
Access to the land can be achieved from Kidmore Lane via a metal farm gate (locked).
We would refer you to the photographs of the property accompanying these particulars of sale for further information.
We understand that mains electricity and water services are within the vicinity for connection to the property. However, prospective purchasers are advised to make their own independent enquiries of the individual authorities to verify the capacity and availability of such services.
The property will be sold freehold with full vacant possession given on completion.
Offers are invited in excess of £40,000 with and/or without an overage clause in the event of planning permission being granted for a change of use to residential or commercial. Our clients’ preference is to sell the land with some form of overage on precise terms to be agreed. The overage could take the form of the buyer paying 50% of any increase in the land’s value generated by the grant of planning permission for commercial or residential use.
Please refer to the particulars of sale for further details on the Method of Sale.
Please refer to the particulars of sale.