Brind Lane, Howden


Guide price

A 30.02 Acre Residential Holding with Various Holiday Letting Units and a Range of Farmbuildings Offering Potential for Further Residential Conversion and Equestrian or Other Uses. Subject to Consent


Village Farm is situated within the rural East Riding hamlet of Brind, a small collection of farms and converted farmsteads.

Brind is located 2 miles North of the market town of Howden and approximately 14 miles South East of the historic city of York. Junction 37 of the M62 is approximately 2.5 miles to the South.


For the first time in over 80 years, due to the vendors relocating, the opportunity has arisen to acquire Village Farm; comprising a detached four bedroomed farmhouse with oversized detached garage, a three bedroomed holiday cottage and one bedroom holiday cabin. In addition, there are two glamping pods, a range of traditional and modern farm buildings and 28.22 acres of grassland.

The farmhouse, cottage and cabin boast architectural merit, each of timber-framed and straw bale construction, providing excellent environmental credentials, being exceptionally well insulated and economical to run.


A substantial modern detached house built in 2014, with double glazing and benefitting from underfloor heating powered by a biomass boiler. The accommodation comprises:


Entrance Hall

With open staircase.


3.95 m x 4.20 m (13'0 mx 13'9 m)

With fitted base and wall units with integrated oven

Dining Room

3.95 m x 4.20 m (13'0 mx 13'9 m)


5.68 m x 4.20 m (18'8 mx 13'9 m)

With log burning stove and patio doors.

Cloak Room

1.90 m x 2.36 m (6'3 mx 7'9 m)

Utility Room

3.30 m x 4.20 m max. (10'10 mx 13'9 mmax.)

With fitted base units and biomass boiler.


2.20 m x 2.36 m (7'3 mx 7'9 m)

With low-level flush toilet and pedestal hand basin



Double Bedroom

5.68 m x 4.20 m (18'8 mx 13'9 m)

With en-suite shower room and walk-in dressing room

Double Bedroom

4.10 m x 4.20 m (13'5 mx 13'9 m)

With en-suite shower room

Double Bedroom

3.96 m x 4.85 m (13'0 mx 15'11 m)

Double Bedroom

3.96 m x 3.54 m (13'0 mx 11'7 m)

Family Bathroom

2.30 m x 2.90 m (7'7 mx 9'6 m)

With bath, low-level flush toilet and pedestal hand basin


The Farmhouse benefits from a detached oversized garage, boasting washroom, store room and boarded out loft space above, offering an opportunity for annexe conversion. All set within lawned gardens, and benefitting from large gravel parking area.


A characterful three bedroom holiday cottage, built in 2009. The cottage is not to be occupied as a person's sole or main place of residence and is permitted to be occupied as a short-term let.

The accommodation comprises:


Entrance Hall

2.80 m x 1.25 m (9'2 mx 4'1 m)

With open staircase.


3.40 m x 4.40 m (11'2 mx 14'5 m)

With fitted base and wall units with integrated oven.

Living Area

6.60 m x 4.50 m (21'8 mx 14'9 m)

With log-burning stove, patio doors and open staircase


2.80 m x 1.45 m (9'2 mx 4'9 m)

With shower, low-level flush toilet and pedestal hand basin


3.50 m x 3.20 m (11'6 mx 10'6 m)

First Floor



4.00 m x 3.50 m (13'1 mx 11'6 m)


6.60 m x 3.30 m (21'8 mx 10'10 m)

Family Bathroom

3.30 m max. x 4.40 m (10'10 mmax. x 14'5 m)

With bath, low-level flush toilet and hand basin


Bluebell Cottage benefits from lawned garden, parking area and ample entertaining areas.


A quaint self-contained holiday cabin built in 2006. The cabin shall not be occupied as a person's sole or main place of residence and is permitted to be occupied as a short-term let.

The accommodation comprises

Living Area

5.95 m max x 2.94 m (19'6 mmax x 9'8 m)

Including kitchenette, built-in oven, base units and seating area with patio doors

Double Bedroom

2.96 m x 2.94 m (9'9 mx 9'8 m)

With fitted wardrobes.


1.83 m x 200 m (6'0 mx 656'2 m)

With shower, low-level flush toilet, hand basin and airing cupboard.


The land at Village Farm extends to 28.22 Acres of grassland, benefitting from fence and hedgerow boundaries, arranged in three parcels.


Brick Built Open Fronted Cart Shed

Steel Framed Open Fronted Livestock Building

Steel Portal Framed Open Fronted Cattle Building

Steel Framed General Purpose Building

Brick Built Parlour and Byre

Steel Portal Frame Building

Covered Yard

Brick Built Granary


Farm Buildings

Plans were submitted to the Local Planning Authority by the Vendorsto expand the holiday cottagebusiness and to convert a number of the farm buildings to residential dwellings.

The council rejected the site proposal as they felt the modern steel frame buildings required too much work to be converted and therefore not classed as aconversion.

However the Local Planning Authority confirmed the brick built barns have potential forconversion and development once a scheme for the full site is decided.

As a result of the discussions, the Local Planning Authority indicated that:

i) Conversion of the brick granary building to the East of the site to a 1 or 2 bedroom holiday cottage could be permitted subject to planning

ii) Conversion of the brick parlour to the west of the site to a non-restricted two bedroom dwelling could be permitted under Class Q

iii) Re-build of the traditional brick barn between the above mentioned buildings to create a 4 bedroom detached holiday cottage could be permitted, subject to planning

iv) Conversion of the brick cart shed into a 1 bedroom holiday cottage or dwelling could be permitted subject to the appropriate planning consents


The Land is not located within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.


Village Farm benefits from mains electricity and water and makes use of septic tank drainage.


Village Farm is sold with Vacant Possession


The Land is registered on the Rural Land Registry and has been claimed against for the Basic Payment Scheme. BPS Entitlements are not included within the sale, however may be made available by separate negotiation.


The Land is not entered into any Environmental or Countryside Stewardship Schemes.


The Land is sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all other existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether public or private, whether specifically mentioned in these details or not.


Sporting and Mineral Rights are included in the sale, insofar as they are owned.


We are not aware of any rights reserved which affect the property.


East Riding of Yorkshire Council.


Village Farm is for sale by Private Treaty.


Village Farm is offered for sale with a Guide Price of £1,400,000


Any price quoted or discussed is exclusive of VAT, and as far as we are aware VAT is not applicable. In the event that a sale of the property becomes a chargeable supply for VAT, then such tax will be payable on top of the purchase price by the


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