The property extends to approximately 6.65Ha (16.42 acre) of land which is principally grazing land currently used for horses and some small wooded areas dividing the block. The property is bordered by the A14 to the north and a small stream to the south.
The property is located approximately half a mile to the north of Woodford immediately to the south of the A14. Access to the A14 is via junction 12 approximately a mile to the east. The towns of Kettering and Thrapston are located 5.5 miles west and 2.5 miles east respectively.
No services are currently available within the property but electricity and mains water are believed to be available nearby.
The site is offered subject to all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way (If any)
The land is registered for the basic payment scheme and is offered for sale with the relevant number of Basic Payment Scheme entitlements.
The land is currently used to graze horses. There is an entrance to a bridleway at the field gate opposite the entrance which provides off road hacking to Woodford from where several other bridleways can be accessed.
The land has no planning history, only having been used for agricultural and equestrian uses. While any alternative use is unlikely in the short term, in the longer term some alternative use may be possible (subject to planning), aided by the proximity of the A14 and nearby industrial estate.
The local authority is East Northamptonshire District Council, Cedar Drive, Thrapston, Northamptonshire, NN14 4LZ .
The Vendor will retain a 50% share in any increase in value released by any residential or commercial planning consent on any part of the property for a 10 year period from completion.
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession.
Guide price is £120,000