A collection of Ferguson Tractors and Machinery together with International Crawlers and wheel Tractors, Nuffield and Allis Chalmers formed the basis of this unusual and interesting sale. The machines with very few exceptions were in good running order and had been collected over the years by Mr Charles Redhead who had decided to call the sale due to recent ill health.
The sale took place in exceptionally good weather for the time of year with periods of sunshine and a very good crowd attended from many parts of Eastern England .
The principal prices reduced were:-
Ferguson TEF Diesel £2250; International 674 Diesel £2350; Massey Ferguson 65 £3300; Allis Chalmers ED 40 £2500; McCormick International B275 £2000; International BT6 Crawler £1700; International T6 Crawler £900; Ferguson TEA Petrol/Paraffin £1500; Ferguson Diahatsu Diesel Conversion £2000; Ferguson Perkins P3 (TA) £1400; Ferguson TE20 £720; Ferguson TEA Petrol £600; Ferguson TEF Diesel £1350; Massey Ferguson 4 cylinder 35 £2000; McCormick International 434 £1600; Manitou Rough Terrain Forklift £725; Hyster Industrial Forklift truck £500; Track Marshall 70 Crawler Tractor (part dismantled) £340; Allis Chalmers Gleaner Combine Harvester £520; International B47 Baler £520; GBW 25 Sugar Beet Harvester £330; Marauder Caravan £350; Lorry Box Trailer £475; International 3F Trailing Plough £310; Massey Ferguson 2F Rev Plough £340;Ferguson Hammer Mill£165; Ferguson mtd ‘C’ tine Subsoiler £410; Ferguson mtd 2F plough £250; Ferguson mtd 2F Plough £350; Ferguson mtd 3F plough £210; Ferguson mtd sawbench £320; Ferguson MTD Crop Sprayer £300; Ferguson Butterfly Plough £350;Ferguson Potato Spinner £210; Ferguson Scraper £290; Horse Thistle Cutter £190; Trailer Beet Bins £320; Low Loader £260; Car Trailer £140; Ferguson Trailer Frame £130; Premier High Tip Trailer Fram £145; Ferguson ‘T’ Bar Hitches to £105 each; Plough Points £105; Anvil £100; Wheels and tyres £250; Bamfords Mill £50; Plough Breasts £140; Tractor Manuals £120; Lifting Chain to £32 each; Ramps to £170 per pairs; and a variety of workshop tools and miscellaneous implements all sold at satisfactory prices.
Lot 1 An ARABLE ENCLOSURE at Chapel Hill Drove, WHAPLODE DROVE Nr.Spalding 13.15 acres ( 5.32 Ha) with vacant possesion and R.P.A Entitlements for Mr D.R. Burchnall
Lot 2 A Pair of old brick and slate COTTAGES with gardens in Churchgate, GEDNEY CHURCH END Nr Spalding, with vacant possession for the Personal Representative of The Late Mr Vernon Hannah.
Lot 3 A Permanent Pasture Enclosure at Ravens Drove, GEDNEY FEN Nr Spalding for the Personal Representative of The Late Mr Vernon Hannah, 6.60 Acres ( 2.67 HA)
A PRODUCTIVE ENCLOSURE OF FREEHOLD ARABLE LAND
Extending in area to approximately
5.32 Hectares (13.146 Acres)
The Land is well shaped for cultivation using modern Farming Machinery and is accessed from Chapel Hill Road over a culverted access.
The Land is classified Grade Two (2) on the Agricultural Land Classification Plan of England and Wales Sheet 123.
As shown on Lincolnshire TF Series Plans 3215 and 3115 (1975 Edition) .
Current Years Drainage Rates (2014/2015): £103.86
(Payable to South Holland Internal Drainage Board)
2014 Winter Wheat
2013 Winter Wheat
2012 Winter Wheat
2011 Winter Wheat
GENERAL REMARKS AND STIPULATIONS
CONTRACTS FOR SALE
Contacts for the sale of the Land will be available for inspection at the Offices of both the Selling Agents and the Vendor’s Solicitors during usual office hours in the seven (7) days immediately prior to the Auction Sale and purchaser(s) will be deemed to buy with full knowledge of the contents of these documents whether or not they have been inspected.
POSSESSION AND EARLY ENTRY
Early entry on the Land may be available to the purchaser(s) by arrangement.
IMPORTANT NOTICES AND CONDITIONS
Messrs. Hix and Son for themselves and for the Seller of this property give notice that:
an offer or contract. Prospective buyers should seek their own professional advice.
The Land may be inspected at all reasonable times with a copy of these Auction Sale Particulars to hand.
Churchgate, GEDNEY CHURCH END, PE12 0BX
A pair of brick and slate cottages with gardens
The cottages are in need of total refurbishment and repair, great potential for repair and improvement. VIEWING BY ARRANGMENT ONLY with Hix and Son
The property will be available for inspection on the following dates:
Thursday 4th December 2014 from 1100 hours to 1500 hours.
Tuesday 9th December 2014 from 1100 hours to 1500 hours.
All viewings will be taken entirely at the risk of the person(s) making the inspection
A Freehold Enclosure of Well Situated Old Established
The Enclosure forms OS Nos 6127, 7219 and 8418 as shown on Lincolnshire Sheet TF 3620-3720 (1972 Edition) and extends in area to about
2.67 HECTARES (6.60 Acres)
The enclosure has a good frontage on to Raven’s Drove and the South Holland Internal Drainage Board’s Clarks Hill Drain runs alongside the short South boundary of field OS. No. 8418.
SINGLE PAYMENT SCHEME ENTITLEMENTS
The Pasture Field is at present registered with the Rural Payment Agency for Single Payment Scheme Entitlements (TF3720/NG6824) with an eligible area of
2.49 HECTARES (6.15 Acres)
There are some long established hedges to some of the boundaries.
There will be no charge for Tenantright on the enclosure but the Purchaser(s) shall make no claim whatsoever for Dilapidations.
Mains Water is connected to nearby residential properties.
2014/2015 Occupiers Drainage Rates £37.26. Payable to the South Holland Internal Drainage Board
The pasture lands may be inspected at all reasonable times with a copy of these Auction Sale Particulars in hand.