A superb and well established equestrian holding.
The Farmhouse – 5 Beds, 2 Baths, Hall, Sitting room, Dining room, Study, Kitchen/breakfast room, Double Garage.
Barn Conversion – 3 Beds (en-suite), Dining Hall, Sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room, office, orangery.
Annexe – Kitchenette, Hall, en-suite bedroom
Two Cottages each includes: Kitchen, Sitting room, 2 Bedrooms, Family bathroom.
19 Stables (scope for more), Tack & Feed room, Wash box, Manege, Horse walker.
- Modern Farm Buildings, Grain store, Attached Dutch barn, American barn, Fertiliser barn, hard standing.
- In all about 84 acres, majority pastureland with some arable.
- 84.00 Acres
- 13 Bedrooms
- 8 Bath/Shower rooms
- Paddock / Land
- Tack Room
- Horsebox Parking
- Ancillary Accommodation
- Horse Walker
Worcester 12m | Stratford-upon-Avon 13m | M5 (J6) 10m | Birmingham 35m | Cheltenham 25m
Located at the end of a long driveway on the edge of the picturesque village of Inkberrow,
Perryfields Farm enjoys wonderful views to the west across the valley to the village and its church and to the south over rolling farmland to Bredon Hill. An extensive network of local footpaths and bridleways provide excellent access across the surrounding countryside. Inkberrow itself benefits from a very lively community and offers two public houses, post office and shop, a village hall and a
Primary school. More extensive shopping and amenities can be found in the nearby town of Stratford-upon-Avon and the City of Worcester and slightly further afield in the Spa town of Cheltenham. Its glorious setting in East Worcestershire makes it easily accessible to the national motorway network and to the whole country.
Perryfields Farm House
The agriculturally tied farmhouse was constructed in 1991 and is surrounded by its own garden with post and rail fencing and benefits from views to Bredon Hill. The accommodation includes a good living room with a brick fireplace and patio doors leading outside. Double doors lead through to a
dining room. There is a good sized kitchen with breakfast area which in turn leads to a double garage and store room.
Converted in 2006/7 this delightful red brick barn enjoys a courtyard to the front and rear. It has been finished to a high standard including granite work surfaces and an Aga in the kitchen. Of particular note are the fine exposed beams and striking dining hall with high ceilings and tiled floors.
Originating from the 1890’s and originally the main farmhouse, the cottages were extended in the 1970’s and now provide good staff accommodation. Enjoying the stunning views over farmland to Bredon Hill in the distance, they could once again become a single residence subject to the necessary consents. Both dwellings have gravelled driveways and gardens, mostly laid to lawn.
The holding benefits from a separate apartment with studio room, bathroom and kitchenette. This area would make ideal staff accommodation.
Yard and farm buildings
The stable yard consists of 11 loose boxes, tack room and wash box in 3 brick buildings surrounding a concrete yard. Adjacent to this is the wooden yard consisting of a further 8 loose boxes around a concrete hard standing.
There are currently three large modern multi-purpose agricultural barns. All are of steel framed construction with concrete floors. In their current form the buildings offer very good agricultural storage, further to this they offer enormous potential for additional stabling or an Indoor School
subject to any necessary consents.
The farmland is a mixture of arable and pasture with good road access to all parts. The soil type is mainly that of Whimple 3 described as fine loamy or fine silty over clayey soils and is classified as Grade III on the land classification series.
Approximate Gross Internal Floor Area
Farm House: 213 sq m / 2,296 sq ft
Barn Conversion: 210 sq m / 2,259 sq ft
Cottages: 173 sq m / 1,864 sq ft
Stable Yard: 146 sq m / 1,576 sq ft
Loose Boxes: 104 sq m / 1,120 sq ft
Converted Barn: 128 sq m / 1,379 sq ft
Outbuildings: 1,732 sq m / 18,645 sq ft
Total: 2,706 sq m / 29,139 sq ft
Mains water and electricity.
LPG fired boilers to the farmhouse and converted barn.
Timber and Mineral Rights
The timber and mineral rights in so far as they are owned are included in the sale.
It should be noted that part of the land is subject to a Farm Business Tenancy.
The buildings, yard and remaining land are sold freehold with vacant possession.
A more detailed breakdown of the land subject to the tenancy can be found in the land schedule.
Single Farm Payment
The Single Farm Payment Entitlements are included with the sale of the vacant possession land. Further information can be obtained from the vendors agent.
Easements, Wayleaves and Rights of Way
The property is offered as appropriate with rights of way either public or private, wayleaves, easements and other rights of way whether these are specifically referred to or not.
Wychavon District Council, Tel 01386 565000.
Directions (Postcode WR7 4HU)
From Worcester head eastwards on the A422 Stratford Road, pass through the villages of Spetchley, Broughton Hackett and Upton Snodsbury and continue into Inkberrow. At the heart of the village is
the Village Green. Turn right here, past the two pubs and church. Continue down the hill and 100 yards after the church on your right hand side is the turning to Perryfields Farm. Continue along the
driveway to the centre of the farm.
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.