Knight of Barrells
By direction of the Trustees of the late Rev. H.C. Knight. The Ullenhall estate. Particulars, photographs and plan of a valuable and important freehold property of about 492 acres, situate near Henley-in-Arden in the parish of Wootton Wawen... The estate comprises Hall End farm, 166a. 3r. 14p., Moat House farm, 130a. 3r. 12p., Blunts Green farm, 44a. 0r. 27p., Chapel farm, 63a. 3r. 32p., and numerous attractive building sites, small holdings, cottages, and valuable woodland (part of Hobditch coppice); also freehold properties, High Street, Henley-in-Arden, together with tithe rentcharges of the annual commuted value of £63.18s.7d., receivable in 14 amounts. Edwards, Son Bigwood will sell the above by auction at the Grand Hotel, Colmore Row, Birmingham, on Thursday, July 10th, 1919, at 3 p.m. precisely. General remarks include the following: The estate is situated near the thriving country town of Henley-in-Arden, in the parish of Wootton Wawen, about 14 miles from Birmingham. The North Warwickshire line of the Great Western Railway runs through the estate, and Danzey Green station is within half a mile. For the disposal of farm stock and produce, Henley-in-Arden and Stratford are excellent markets. The farms are let at very moderate rents; the cottages are considerably underlet. The general state of repair of buildings on the estate is good. In various cases it has been found desirable for the purpose of sale to divide a farm now in the occupation of one tenant between two or more lots. Where such is the case, the existing rental has been apportioned... Except where otherwise stated, the purchaser of each lot shall pay for the timber the amount stated in these particulars. Lots are described as follows: Lot 1. Valuable freehold pasture field at Dean's Green. 2. Freehold pasture field and part of Hobditch coppice with the valuable growing timber. 3. Moat House farm, with commodious farmhouse, extensive well-arranged farm buildings, and 18 enclosures of highly-cultivated meadow, pasture and arable land. 4. Freehold compact pasture and arable holding, within a quarter of a mile of Danzey Green station. 5. Plot of freehold pasture land, within about a quarter of a mile of Danzey Green station. 6. Compact freehold pasture farm with cottage and farm buildings, Perry Mill lane. 7. Freehold cottage holding. 8. Blunt's Green farm comprising a compact farmstead, farm buildings and 9 enclosures of well-cultivated pasture land. 9. Sound freehold pasture field at Blunt's Green. 10. Freehold pasture farm known as Chapel farm, comprising a well-built house, farm buildings and 7 enclosures of rich pasture land 11. Freehold agricultural estate known as Hall End farm, comprising a suitable farmhouse, extensive well-arranged farm buildings, 11 enclosures of highly-cultivated pasture land and 3 arable fields. Lot 12. Two capital freehold pasture fields. 13. Well-situated cottage known as Ivy Cottage, situate at Hunger Hill, near Henley-in-Arden. 14. [Inserted in pencil] Green Gates 15. Centrally-situated freehold double-fronted retail shop and dwelling house, No. 86, High Street, Henley-in-Arden. 16. Three freehold cottages, Nos. 110, 112 and 114 High Street, Henley-in-Arden. 17. Tithe rent charges on other lands commuted at £63.18s.7d. per annum. With list of tithe payers and amounts. The value of the above tithe rent charges for 1919 is £69.16s.1d. Subject to £9.5s.4d. per annum payable to the Vicar of Wootton Wawen, and £6 per annum payable to the Vicar of Bearley. 12 p., 2 plates, folding plan in pocket 15 x 10 ins. One plate cut out.