Moorfield Farm, Lilley Green Road, Beoley, Alvechurch, B48 7HD

Moorfield Farm , Lilley Green Road , Beoley, Alvechurch , Worcestershire , B48 7HD Property ID: 38975


The Property is situated on Lilley Green Road, within Beoley, Alvechurch, conveniently located less than one mile from Junction 3 of the M42. Redditch Town Centre is some 5 miles to the south and Birmingham City Centre 8 miles to the north.

The Property comprises a complex of 5 Broiler Houses, each approximately 18,000 sq ft, measuring 300 ft x 60ft, creating a total of 90,000 sq ft. The Units were erected within the last 10 years and are of portal frame construction with lined profile steel clad roofs. Walls are part masonry and part timber clad. The buildings sit on a solid concrete pad.

The Broiler Houses are currently operational and therefore set up for continued use.

The buildings have eaves heights of 5’10” and benefit from loading doors to each end elevation.

The Poultry Houses are set on 3.7 acres of concrete hard-standing, accessed via concrete-surfaced drive.

In addition, the grounds include:-

(a)    Approximately 6 acre field with frontage to Lilley Green Road, ideal for paddocks or grazing.

(b)    Rear field – approximately 2 acres to the rear of the Poultry House upon which we understand our Clients historically obtained consent to erect a 5-bedroom dwelling     (subject to agricultural conditions).

The total site area is 12.568 acres or thereabouts.


We understand that mains electricity and water are connected.




We understand that the premises were erected as Agricultural Buildings. Purchasers should make enquires of Bromsgrove Council on 01527 871565, with regard to alternative uses.


Offers are invited in the region of £2.0 million.

Our Client will require an overage clause to be agreed, based on an additional payment of 35% of any uplift in value, should a residential consent be granted within 20 years of the date of sale.


Strictly by appointment with our Reception – 01527 584242. All viewings to be accompanied on site as this is a working farm.


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