Perry Green, Wembdon, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA5

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
An adaptable residential holding centred upon a detached 5 bedroom house (AOC), together with an Annexe, extensive range of modern outbuildings and 53.73 Acres of arable and pastureland.


Barton Farm is centred upon an attractive five bedroom farmhouse, together with an attached two bedroom annexe. The house was constructed in 1991, subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition and is of red brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof. The accommodation enjoys oil fired central heating, double glazing and cavity wall insulation. In brief the house comprises a large entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor, a full length dual aspect living room, separate dining room and a large well equipped kitchen/breakfast room. In addition is a study, utility, pantry, downstairs shower room and a boot room which links to the annexe. Upstairs are five generous double bedrooms, two enjoying en-suites and a well equipped family bathroom.


The annexe is a converted garage and offers two bedrooms, an 8m dual aspect living room, kitchen and a family bathroom, perfect for a dependant relative, holiday let or other similar uses. Please note that the annexe is not subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition.


The land associated with the property comprises a ring fenced block of mainly arable land and enjoys good road frontage and access. The land in total extends to 53.73 acres as shown on the attached identification plan.


The property is being offered for sale as a whole or in two lots as follows;-

Lot 1 - Barton Farm, annexe, agricultural buildings and 21.35 acres, as shown shaded pink on the attached plan

Guide Price £1,100,000.

Lot 2 - 32.38 acres of arable and pasture land as shown shaded green on the attached ID plan Guide Price £300,000.


The land is eligible for the Basic Payment Scheme. However, there are no entitlements included in the sale. The purchaser will be required to farm in accordance with the Cross Compliance regulations until the end of the scheme year.


We understand are in hand and with the freehold.


A footpath traverses Lot 2.


The property is offered with freehold tenure with vacant possession available on completion. The annexe is currently let and the tenant has been served notice. However, the vacation date cannot be confirmed due to the current Covid19 restrictions.


The farm is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition. For the exact details please contact the selling agents.

The wording of the tie is as follows:-

The occupation of the dwelling shall be limited to a person solely or mainly employed or who being no longer employed, was last employed in the locality in agriculture as defied in Section 336(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 or in forestry (including any resident dependants or a widow or a widower of such a person).


Lot 2 is subject to a 30 year overage clause which started in 2012 whereby if planning consent is granted, 30% of the increase in value is payable to the original owner. Agricultural, horticultural and equestrian uses are exempt.

It is the Vendors intension to impose an overage clause on the land associated with Lot 1 whereby if within the next 30 years change of planning consent is granted for commercial or residential use then the Vendors would be entitled to 30% of any resulting uplift in value.


The Vendor will retain the right of holdover until the growing crops are removed.

The property is set within it's own land, down a long private driveway within rural surroundings, some two miles from the market town of Bridgwater. An adjacent lane sets the property back from the Minehead Road which gives quick and easy access to the surrounding district. Local facilities and schooling are available in the town of Bridgwater and Cannington College and Brymore Agricultural School are within two miles. The M5 motorway Junctions 23 and 24 are approximately three miles away, facilitating communications north to Bristol and south to the County Town of Taunton and the remainder of the West Country. At Junction 24 there is also Sedgemoor Auction Centre being the largest one day livestock market in Europe.

The house is approached over a long private drive which leads to a car parking and turning area to the side of the house. Here an attractive stone wall divides the gardens which lie adjacent to the house and where a south facing decking area can be found, ideal for alfresco dining and summer entertaining. The front gardens are predominantly lawned with a number of mature shrubs and bushes and to the rear are again lawned gardens contained within a post and rail fence.


The farmyard is accessed via the same entrance drive as the house and continues past to a complex of principally steel, portal framed agricultural barns of block and GI clad elevations, under fibre cement roofs with concrete standing out yards. The buildings can be more particularly described as follows:-

DUTCH BARN (6.18m x 13.4m) with two lean-to's off either side. (9.1m x 13.4m) and (6m x 13.4m) with a further lean-to to the north elevation (4.8m x 13.4 m).

MACHINERY SHED WITH WORKSHOP (10.1m x 40m) comprising a secure workshop, two fodder clamps/stores and a clear span machinery shed.

COVERED YARD ONE (16.3m x 23.15m) currently used for housing livestock.

COVERED YARD TWO (22.6m x 13.6m) also used for housing livestock with lean-to off (22.6m x 9.2m).

There is also a number of poly tunnels which were formerly used for strawberry production and could be utilised for lambing or calf kennels once they have undergone some repair.

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