Redheath Farm provides a rare opportunity to purchase a small commercial farm outside the highly sought-after village of Croxley Green, Hertfordshire.
The holding consists of a three-bedroom bungalow, concrete portal agricultural building and approximately 86.30 acres of permanent pasture. The property offers potential equestrian or other leisure uses subject to any necessary planning consents.
35.449 hectares (87.59 acres) in all.
Redheath Farm is situated inside the M25, 1 mile from Croxley Green, 2.5 miles from Rickmansworth, 3 miles from Watford and approximately 29 miles from Central London.
Redheath Farm lies approximately 4 miles from J20 of the M25 and 2 miles from Croxley Underground Train Station and 3.5 miles from Watford Junction train station which both offer regular services to London.
Redheath Farm Bungalow is a three-bedroom detached bungalow constructed of brick under a tile roof with hardwood double glazed windows throughout. It is situated at the south west boundary of the holding adjacent to the building and former yard.
The internal accommodation extends to approximately 121.59 sqm (1,308.78 sqft) and comprises of: front door entrance hallway; secondary hallway; living room; kitchen; bathroom (with airing cupboard); master bedroom;
and two further double bedrooms. Outside the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a gravel parking area. A floorplan has been commissioned and will be available from the selling agent on request.
It is understood that the bungalow was constructed in the mid 1980s.
The land extends to approximately 34.925 hectares (86.30 acres), within a ring fence, situated in a private location surrounded by mature hedgerows, trees and woodland.
The land is permanent pasture, separated into three fields.
The building is currently used for hay and straw storage and extends to 176 sqm (1,894 sqft) or thereabouts. It comprises a concrete portal frame, 5 bay open sided barn standing adjacent to a small yard area next to the farm entrance.
Access is available off Rousebarn Lane and also over Finches Avenue, via a claimed right of way, as shown shaded brown on the sale plan. Further details on this right of access are available on request.
The land falls within Hertfordshire County Council and Three Rivers District Council.
Redheath Farm Bungalow is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition (AOC) as per planning reference 8/404/85.
Planning permission was granted historically for an agricultural building in the 1980s and it is understood that the foundations were started. The purchaser will be deemed to have satisfied themselves of this planning permission.
The land being sold freehold with vacant possession on completion. There is currently a Tenant in the farmhouse, but notice has been served.
The Property is registered at H.M. Land Registry with Possessory Title under Title Number HD415882. The Possessory Title was registered due to the title deeds having been lost/destroyed/mislaid. The seller will enter into an indemnity policy with Liberty Legal Indemnities a draft of which is available upon request.