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  •  Registered Smallholding
  • Approx. 4 Acres of Level Grazing Land with Mains Water Supply and Fenced Boundaries  
  • Timber Stable Block
  • Field Shelter / Store 
  • Accessible Rural Location on the Lincolnshire / Nottinghamshire Border 
  • Short Drive from the Historic Market Town of Newark

The property has been owned by the same vendor for over twenty years where they have kept their own horses and donkeys. In recent years the local farmer has also used the land for grazing sheep. The property is a registered smallholding with holding number 24/198/0019.

Stubton is a small rural village in the South Kesteven District of Lincolnshire situated north of Grantham and south east of Newark. Stubton Hall, a Grade II Listed country house is a popular wedding venue and there is also a modern brick built village hall and church. Adjacent villages include Claypole, Dry Doddington, Beckingham and Brandon.

The land is accessed via a farm track and there is an easement that exists for access by the vendor to the land by foot or by vehicle. A galvanised gate gives access from the track to the land and there is a second entrance to the land further down this track.


Price Guide £150,000 Ref: AR6712

There is an area of hardstanding for parking between the gate and stables and a concrete area in front of the stables.

Timber Stable Block comprising three stables each approx. 12’ x 12’ (about 3.6m x 3.6m) with concrete base, rubber matting, overhang and hardstanding to the front.

The stables were erected 2020 / Jan 2021 to replace the

Field Shelter (currently still in situ) comprising three bays with storage area (no concrete base)

Mains water is connected to the land and there are two auto water troughs and a water pipe near the field shelter (no tap). NB: this is a shared water supply owned by another party; Anglican Water currently send the bill to the other party who in turn passes to the current vendor for payment.

The Grazing Land comprises one large field, mainly level pasture with a stock fence boundary and subdivided by electric fencing. We understand there is an existing personal covenant stating stock proof fencing must be used for the boundary.

NB: A restricted byway crosses the corner of the field, however we understand it is inaccessible from neighbouring land and is therefore rarely / never used.

IN ALL APPROX. 4 ACRES   (About 1.6 Hectares)

Price Guide £150,000Ref: AR6712