Newland Court, Malvern, Worcestershire – Lot 1

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Newland Court provides a rare opportunity to purchase a practical working farm in a well located area with farm reaching views to the Malvern Hills. The property provides huge potential either viewes as a whole or in separate lots.

Newland Court is located within the village of Newland on the outskirts of the picturesque Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property is located in a lovely rural setting and is well connected with excellent transport links. Junction 7 of the M5 is approximately 6 miles to the north east of the property and provides access to the wider motorway network. Both Malvern and Worcester contain railway stations with Birmingham Airport around 40 miles away. Available as a whole or in 4 lots.

LOT 1 – Farmhouse, farm buildings and approx. 81 acres of farmland The farmhouse is a unique and unspoilt find providing the perfect renovation opportunity. Newland Court farmhouse is a substantial white painted brick dwelling dating back to the early 1800’s. It has previously been extended to the rear. The farmhouse enjoys a separate access to that of the adjacent farm buildings with a private driveway that sweeps around the front lawn. There are 10 bedrooms accommodated over three storeys with ample living space and plenty of scope to create a delightful family home. The property boasts a range of character features including open fireplaces as well as enjoying pleasant views to the front lawn and driveway. The farm building complex is substantial with around 25,000 sq. ft. of modern steel portal framed buildings and 10,000 sq. ft. of traditional buildings. These provide immense opportunity either for use within an agricultural enterprise or for development into a range of other uses including residential conversion (subject to the necessary planning consents). The traditional buildings comprise a range of period brick barns varying from single to two storey. At the centre of the traditional buildings is a derelict walled garden that has potential to be restored to its former splendour. The farm buildings have their own access separate to that of the farmhouse directly off Worcester Road. The farmland included within Lot 1 extends to approximately 81 acres of Grade 3 productive pasture that has previously been in an arable rotation. The land includes a small orchard that is adjacent to the farmhouse. The land has been used for livestock grazing and silaging. Water is available from the brook. The land has good access through the farm buildings as well as roadside access from Stocks Lane. The mainline railway to Malvern separates one field from the remainder of the grassland although it remains accessible via a private tunnel.

SERVICES The farmhouse benefits from mains water, mains electricity, telephone line, broadband, private septic tank and multi-fuel burner fired central heating. The cottages benefit from mains water, electricity, telephone and a shared septic tank. Most of the buildings have mains water connected. Water to the land is supplied by the brook. TENURE The farmhouse, farm buildings and agricultural land will be offered for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion. The cottages are sold subject to the current Assured Shorthold Tenancies.

DEVELOPMENT UPLIFT CLAUSE The property will be sold subject to a development uplift clause entitling the vendor’s to a 30% share of any increase in value as a result of any new non-agricultural development at the property for a period of 30 years following completion of the sale. [Please note any conversions of existing buildings will fall outside of this clause].

RIGHTS OF WAY, WAYLEAVES AND EASEMENTS The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity and other rights and obligations, easements, quasi easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves or masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas or other pipes, whether referred to in the general remarks and stipulations or particulars of sale or not and to the provision of any planning scheme of County or Local Authority. (1) There are footpaths crossing field no.’s 5706 and 7958 (2) The land is crossed by electricity poles (3) The orchard (1680) contains a telephone mast which receives annual payments (further details available from the selling agent)



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Key Features

  • Livestock and arable Farm
  • Number of re-development opportunities throughout
  • Lovely rural location with far reaching views of the Malvern Hills


Strictly by appointment through the sole agents Carver Knowles. Please note although we will make our best efforts to accommodate viewings Lot 3 and Lot 4 are subject to tenancies and as such viewings of these lots may be limited.


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