BY DIRECTION OF THE PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES OF
THE LATE COL. PICKWOAD, CMG.
MAINLY WITH VACANT POSSESSION
Not the original image in the sale catalogue
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
On FRIDAY, JULY 29th, 1932
At the Swan Hotel, Newport Pagnell
MAINLY WITH VACENT POSSESSION.
Close to Wolverton on the Main L.M.S. Line, from whence London can be
reached in 1¼ hours
Particulars, Plan and Conditions of Sale
Valuable Freehold Residential
And Agricultural PROPRETY
Charming OLD MANOR HOUSE
Garage, Stabling, 4 Cottages,
317 Acres of First-class GRASS & ARABLE LAND; Also a
Bungalow, Small Residence, Smithy,
2 Cottages and Garden Ground
P. C. GAMBELL
Is instructed by the Personal Representative of the Late Col. E. H. Pickwoad, C.M.G.,
To Sell by Auction
AT THE SWAN HOTEL, NEWPORT PAGNELL,
On FRIDAY, JULY 29th, 1932, at 3 o’clock exact time.
Solicitors: Messrs. Lee & Pembertons, 44, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, W.C. 2.
Auctioneer: P.C. Gambell, P.A.S.I., F.A.I., Chartered Surveyor, Newport Pagnell and Olney
Appointments to view can be made through the Auctioneer, P.C. Gambell, Newport Pagnell
(Telephone 13, who will be pleased to arrange to show intending purchasers over the Property.
LOT 1 (Coloured Blue on Plan)
Extending to about
317a 0r 8p
Is situate adjoining the Village and includes a charming £3150
Standing in its own grounds, approached by a short Carriage Drive. The House is in good repair
throughout and is substantially built of Stone. The accommodation includes:-
|On the Ground Floor:-
||Large Lounge Hall with carved oak mantelpiece, Dining Room about 18ft.
by 15ft. (excluding window recess). Drawing Room about 19ft. 10in. by
16ft. 4in. Excellent Domestic Offices the Kitchen being fitted with modern
Cooker in tiled recess, and independent Boiler for domestic Hot Water
supply. Beneath is a good Cellar, and outside is a W.C.
|On the First Floor:-
||Approached by principal and secondary staircases are Seven Bedrooms, 2
Dressing Rooms, Bath Room (h. and c.), and W.C.; and above is a large
Attic in three divisions for maids’ bedrooms and storeroom.
As will be seen from the above particulars the House is of very convenient size.
Electric Light is provided by own plant.
The Drainage is modern and an excellent and abundant supply of water is provided by a Ram on the Estate.
Are tastefully laid out and are easy to keep up. They comprise good Tennis Court, Lawn, Flower
Gardens and two excellent Kitchen Gardens. Close by the House is an interesting old DOVE COTE
and at the back of the House are the
Including Garage for 2, Stabling for 8 with loft over, Saddle Room, Engine House with Engine and
Electric Light Plant, Accumulator House, Wood and Coal Store, etc.
Is conveniently situated and comprises 2 good Barns, Modern Cow House for 17, 3 open Yards with
Sheds, Loose Box, Implement Shed, Range of Calf Places, etc.; whilst in the fields are open Yards
with Sheds. Included in this Lot are
Situate in the village, now let to Messrs. Green, jun., Green, sen., Cave and Skeat, at rentals producing
£31/4/- per annum (Tenants paying Rates).
Comprise some first-class Grass and, Arable Land and are more particularly described in the Schedule.
The Grass Land is all well watered and fenced and is well known in the neighbourhood as good
grazing land. A ram for a supply of water to tanks in fields not previously independently watered
has recently been installed, thus adding considerably to their value. There are some good Meadows
which run down to the River Ouse. The Arable Land, which only comprises a small proportion of
the total area, is good easy-working land.
LOT 2 (Coloured Red on Plan)
A Freehold Bungalow
Built of Stone with Tiled Roof, situate at the entrance to the Village of Haversham. The accommo-
dation is as follows:- Living Room, Kitchen fitted with sink (h. and c.), 2 Bedrooms, Bath Room
(h. and c.) with Lavatory Basin and Elson Closet. There is a Pump in the Kitchen for water supply.
A nice Garden surrounding the property.
The Bungalow, which has only recently been built, is well fitted throughout, and is now let
to Mr. G.G. Leach on a monthly tenancy at a rental of 12/6 per week, and thus produces a rental of
Per £32/10/- Annum. Tenant paying Rates.
Adjoining the Bungalow is a
at present in hand, which could, if desires, be developed, there being ample room for the erection of
No Tenant’s Fixtures (if any) are included in the sale.
OUTGOINGS.-Land Tax (apportioned for the purpose of sale) 7/6 per annum.Not Sold
LOT 3 (coloured Yellow on Plan)
The Brick and Slated Freehold House
Situated in the Village of Haversham on the road leading to the Church, containing the following
Accommodation:- Living Room, Dining Room, Larder, 3 Bedrooms and the usual Outbuildings.
There is a nice Garden at the rear of the property.
The House is let to Mr. T. Batlog, a quarterly Tenant at a rental of
Per £39 Annum (Tenant paying half Rates).
Water is obtained by a pump on the property.
Adjoining the above is a SMITHY, now let to Mr. Nutt at a rental producing £4 per annum
(Tenant paying Rates). The whole thus produces a rental of £43 Annum.
OUTGOINGS.-Land Tax (apportioned for the purpose of sale) 17/3 per annum.
No Tenants’ fixtures, if any included in the Sale. £450 Kemp
LOT 4 (Coloured Green on Plan).
A Pair of Freehold Cottages
With good Gardens and Outbuildings, situate in the Village of Haversham, and now let to Messrs. Burt and Willis, weekly Tenants, at rentals producing
Per £31/4/- Annum (Tenants paying Rates)
Water is obtained from a well on the Property.
No Tenants’ Fixtures, if any, are included in the Sale.
OUTGOINGS.- Land Tax (apportioned for purposes of Sale) 15/- per annum. £235
LOT 5 (Coloured Brown on Plan)
2 Freehold Cottages (disused)
Together with a large
PLOT OF GARDEN GROUND
Situate in the Village of Haversham. There is a well of water on the Property.
OUTGOINGS.- Land Tax (apportioned for the purpose of Sale) 7/6 per annum. £31 Burbage
In the Parish of Haversham