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Arable Land near Mickleton, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire

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Two lots of fertile and well managed arable land which has grown a range of combinable crops including wheat, barley, oilseed rape and maize. The land is currently cropped with maize, winter wheat and temporary grass as part of the robust rotational system.

The land is available as a whole or in up to two separate lots:

Lot 1 - Land off Broad Marston Road extending to approx. 12.43 acres (5.03 ha)

Lot 2 - Land between Long Marston Road/Stratford Road extending to approx. 67.11 acres (27.16 ha)

The land is classified as Grade 2 land under the Agricultural Land Classification of England and Wales Maps (1988) and Provisional Agricultural Land Classification (ALC) updated May 2020. Therefore is suitable for grown cereal crops.


Lot 1 - The land is located between Mickleton (0.4 miles east via Broad Marston Road) and Broad Marston (1.8 miles west via the Broad Marston Road). Access is taken directly off the road via an access on the western boundary. Chipping Campden, is just 3.6 miles south with Banbury just 10.2 miles west via B4632 out of Mickleton and heading east along Brailes Road (B4035) from Subedge.

Lot 2 - The land has frontage to both the Stratford Road (B4632) and Long Marston Road. Mickleton is located 1 mile to the with Long Marston 2.4 miles north. The land is accessed via two access points, one off each Road.

Chipping Campden is a very popular market town in the heart of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire and is well serviced with public houses, hotels, shops, garages, a primary school, a high school and a several churches.


There are no known services connected to the land.

Sporting, Timber and Mineral Rights

The sporting, timber and mineral rights in so far as they exist are included in the freehold sale.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves, Easements & boundaries

A Public Footpath runs across the land off Broad Marston Road (Lot 1) from the southern boundary to the northern boundary and and is from Mickleton Village to Broad Marston.

There are no other known public rights of way crossing the parcels.


The land is located within the Nitrate Vulnerable Zone area for surface water. Both lots are outside the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Tenure and Possession

The land is for sale freehold with vacant possession granted upon completion.


The land is currently used for agricultural purposes.

Overage: Lot 1 - 40% of uplift for a period of 50 years for any residential or commercial development.

Overage: Lot 2 - £120,000 overage on the larger agricultural building (approx. 1980 sq.ft) situated in the north east corner & £60,000 for the brick building (approx. 865 sq.ft) situated some 55 meters from the entrance off Stratford Road to the west for any residential or commercial development payable on the grant of planning permission and subject to increases in inflation.


Lot 1 - The field is accessed directly off the Broad Marston Road (///playroom.motivates.digit)

Lot 2 - Access is taken via two points directly off Stratford Road (///thickened.digests.jelly) /Long Marston Road (///proposes.slide.tenure).

Rural Payments Agency

The land is registered under the Rural Payments Agency. There are no entitlements included in the sale.

Environmental Stewardship

There are no known Environmental Stewardship Agreements on the Property.

Plans, Areas and Schedules

These are based on the Land App computerised digitised mapping data. They have been checked and computed by the selling agents, but the Purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description and boundaries of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul the sale.


Interested parties may view the land at any time during daylight hours carrying a set of Sales Particulars, having first registered their interest and a time and date of inspection with Sheldon Bosley Knight at Shipston on 01789 387881 or by email to the Agents, Jimmy Morton jimmy.morton@sheldonbosleyknight.co.uk or Archie Benson abenson@sheldonbosleyknight.co.uk

Health and Safety

We would like to bring to your attention that this is agricultural land and request that you take considerable care for your own personal wellbeing during viewings.

Holdover & Early Entry

The vendor retains a holdover clause to remove current growing crops from the land. There will be a right granted to the purchaser for early entry to perform cultivations/soil preparations after the crop has been removed prior to the sale completion and will do so at their own risk. This is subject to the completion date being agreed.

Local Authorities

Gloucestershire County Council
Cotswold District Council

Method of Sale

Land to be sold with vacant possession upon completion and by Private Treaty, but the Vendor reserves the right to ask for Best and Final Offers should several offers be received.


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We are governed by the Anti-Money Laundering Legislation and are obliged to report any knowledge or suspicion of money laundering to the National Criminal Intelligence Service. Therefore, if you purchase this property you will be required to produce photographic identification and a utility bill for your current address in accordance with this Act. Without identification a sale cannot proceed.

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