|LOT 4 THE LODGE FARM|
|(Coloured Blue on Plan.)|
|A Good Mixed Farm of Arable and|
|All well Underdrained lying convenient to the Main Road to SUTTON, containing an Area of about|
|107a. lr. 24p.|
|The Old-fashioned Farm House|
|is brick built and tiled, and contains Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Sitting Room, Five Bedrooms, Two Attics, Dairy and Offices.|
|The Farm Buildings|
are substantial and consist of Cow Sheds for 19, Bull Pen, Barn, Stabling for four with Loft over, Implement Shed,
Two-bay Open Shed, Two Loose Boxes, Two Pigstyes, Trap House, Nag Stable and Two-bay Shed and Granary over.
There is an ample supply of good Water from a Well convenient to the House.
Access to the Farm is over a Private Road known as Heathley Lane on the Eastern boundary
|PARISH OF DRAYTON BASSETT.|
|PARISH OF FAZELEY.|
|352||Ditto ......" ........||7.740|
|Total A. 107.403|
|Let with other Lands and Cottages to Mr. Horace Derricourt on a Yearly Tenancy at a
Rent for the whole of £186 per annum, the apportioned Rent in respect of this Lot being
£115 per annum,
Tenant paying Insurance.
|Subject to Land Tax (apportioned) at £3 Is. lid. per annum.|
|Half the Bed of the Bourne Brook Cut, where it abuts on Birmingham Plantation, and the whole bed for the remainder of its length, so far as it is contained in this Lot, is included in the Sale.|
|The Owner or Purchaser of this Lot shall grant an Easement in favour of Lots 117 and 120 and of the Bonehill Stud Farm for an uninterrupted Supply of Water as at present enjoyed through the Bourne Brook Cut, together with the right in favour of the Owners or Purchasers of Lots 117 and 120 (onlv) to enter on the Lot for the purpose of inspecting, cleansing and repairing the Bourne Brook Cut, such right not to carry nor imply any obligation nor liability on the part of the said Owners or Purchasers or Lots 117 and 120 to do such inspection, cleansing or repairing.|