Hall Farm, Lot 1, The Coldham Estate, Wisbech, PE14 0LU
Asking Price £24,850,000
Hall Farm forms Lot 1 of the Coldham Estate
Hall Farm is serviced by extensive modern grain and
potato storage and traditional farm buildings along with a
nine bedroom principal house, a farmhouse and 13 cottages.
It forms the main hub of the Coldham Estate. Lot 1 includes a 90,000m3 reservoir and two summer
abstraction licences connected into an underground irrigation ring main which services the majority of the farmland.
The two windfarms, Coldham wind farms and White Mill
wind farm, include 14 wind turbines from which the
Vendor receives an annual rent. In addition, the new 43
acre ground mounted solar farm, due to be constructed
imminently, will provide an additional rental income
Coldham Hall is an impressive nine bedroom Georgian
property of red brick construction with a slate roof.
The Hall was renovated in 2017 and is set in the heart
of the Coldham Estate, close to Coldham Hall Farmyard
and accessed via the main farm drive which leads onto a
sweeping gravel drive in front of the property.
The Hall is surrounded by gardens with mature trees
and has a grass paddock and parkland area.
The property is currently let on an Assured Shorthold
Tenancy with the paddock let on an annual licence.
Located within Hall Farm, close to the farm buildings, the property is accessed via the main farm drive. It is of brick
construction under a tile roof and has been occupied by seasonal farm employees.
The property is currently let on a lease to the contract farmer with vacant possession being provided with effect
from 31 October 2022.
Hall Farm Cottages - four cottages let on Assured Shothold Tenancies
Union Cottages - four cottages let on Assured Shothold Tenancies
Station Road Cottages - three cottages let on Rent (Agriculture) Act Tenancies
Rutland Cottages - two cottages let on Rent (Agriculture) Act Tenancies
Hall Farm Buildings
Hall Farm benefits from extensive modern and traditional
farm buildings located towards the centre of the farm and
accessed by the main farm drive. The buildings provide
approximately 6,400 tonnes of grain storage with drying
floors, a further 1,000 tonnes of shorter-term grain storage and 4,060 tonnes of potato storage in purpose-built temperature controlled buildings. There is a weighbridge located in front of the stores.
Rutland Farm Buildings
Rutland Farm buildings are a pair of former cold stores now used for general purpose storage facilities. 2 x 10 bay stores of concrete frame construction with brick walls and electric roller shutter doors.
Hall Farm is formed of a single block at the heart of the Estate. The land is classed as predominantly grade 1 with a small area of grade 2 on the Provisional Land Classification Map. The soils are described as being of the Dowels, Downholland 1 and Peacock soil series, which
include deep stoneless clayey soils, peat soils and some calcareous silty soils. The land is well serviced by a good range of internal farm roads and tracks. The land benefits from a 90,000m3 reservoir at Rutland Farm, two summer
abstraction licences and an underground ring main. There are a few small areas of woodland located across the farm.
Coldham Wind Farm, White Mill Wind Farm, Coldham Solar Farm
In all 2,110 acres (857 hectares)
- March 4.96km
- March 11.56km
- Downham Market 15.88km
- Whittlesey 17.65km