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The Land is gently undulating, falling to the centre from both east and west directions. Shown as Grade 3 on the Defra Land Classification Plan; the soil type is Beccles 1. The land is capable of producing high yielding crops.
The land has been extensively under drained.
Situation: The land is situated south west of Burgate and is accessible from the public highway in both east and west directions and from the lane to Stubbings Green.
Tenure: The land is available with vacant possession.
Lot 2 is a block of arable land extending to just over 60ac and including approximately 4ac of Stubbings Entry Common. This land can be farmed as just one enclosure and has excellent road access.
There is a newly culverted access between Lots 1 and 2 which has recently been widened to just over 3m wide. Copies of all drainage plans are available for inspection at the Agent's offices or can be emailed to prospective purchasers.
Method of Sale: The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty as a whole or in two lots.
Services: The property is not connected to services.
Entitlements: The relevant number of entitlements will be included in the sale and transferred to the buyer(s) after completion.
Ingoing Valuation: Dependent upon the date set for completion, payment may be required for established crops.
Entry: The purchaser may be granted the right of early entry onto the land (as Licensee) upon the payment of an additional 10% deposit following exchange of contract.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of all Rights of Way, whether public or private, all wayleaves, easements and other rights whether specifically referred to herein or not. An annual wayleave payment is received.
Please note that a Byway Open to All Traffic (BOAT) known as Skama Lane runs in a north/south direction on the boundary between Lot 1 and Lot 2, but on the side of Lot 1. A copy of the decision of HM Inspector following a public enquiry of April 1988 is available at the Agent's offices, or alternatively can be emailed through to interested parties. There is a footpath which cuts across the north-eastern corner of Lot 1.
Assessments: A land drainage charge is payable to the Environment Agency. The vendor has paid the 2015 charge and the purchaser(s) will be responsible for the 2016 charge.
Environmental Schemes: The land is not entered into any environmental schemes.
Mineral and Timber Rights: All timber rights are included within the sale of the freehold, as are the mineral rights in so far as they are owned.
Employment: There will be no transfer of employees with the sale of the land.
Tenant Right: There will be no charge for unexhausted manurial values of fertiliser, nor will the purchaser(s) be entitled to make any counter claim for dilapidations.
Local Authority: Mid Suffolk District Council: 0845 606 6170
VAT: Should any sale of the land or any right attached to it become a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax shall be payable by the purchaser(s) in addition to any other sums.
Viewing: With a set of particulars in hand.
Title: Title can be deduced from Land Registry Title Numbers SK309804, SK311602 and SK311603. Title numbers SK311602 and SK311603 have possessory titles, whilst Title number SK309804 is absolute. Copies of all title documents can be emailed to prospective purchasers or inspected at the Agent's offices.