Proudly Presented by Move Estate Agents, the magnificent Holly Bush Farm offering C.40 acres of mixed use land with an array of both commercial and residential units. With the farm offering a vast range of uses this versatile site is not to be missed.

Holly Bush Farm offers great transport links, located in Huntley just off the A40 Gloucester to Ross-on-Wye trunk road approximately 7 miles from Gloucester and 8 miles from Ross-on-Wye.

A sweeping private driveway leads to a good sized car park giving access to all areas. The majority of commercial space is currently operated as a award winning artisan brewery with accommodation for events, the majority of agricultural land is currently used in part for recreational purposes.

The manicured site has been extremely well looked after having undergone a refurbishment programme in recent times. Including a range of converted agricultural buildings of steel portal frame and stone construction, the majority of the buildings are used by the brewery and include a brewing room, bottling room, stores (including chilled), a shop and office accommodation.

One of the buildings has been converted for use as a holiday let and includes a double bedroom, kitchen/living area, shower room and utility room.

The main venue barn has been fitted out to include the main seating area, a bar, commercial kitchen and shower and WC facilities on the ground floor with further seating at mezzanine level and on a external terrace. Access to the mezzanine is by way of a steel staircase.

The site also includes a detached and extended farmhouse with extensive gardens and orchard to the rear. Offering flexible living accommodation throughout, to include three reception rooms, four double bedrooms (two with en-suite). The property is currently let to professional tenants and is C. 203 sq m (2,185 sq ft).

There is a generous parking allocation on site with external seating areas set in an attractive landscaped environment.

Accommodation-

The approximate gross internal areas are as follows:

Venue Barn-

Ground floor 407.23 sq m (4,383 sq ft)

First floor 107.98 sq m (1,162 sq ft)

Terrace 52.64 sq m (567 sq ft)

Warehouse 195.57 sq m (2,105 sq ft)

Cold Store 23.09 sq m (249 sq ft)

Cellar 20.28 sq m (218 sq ft)

Basic Store 189.61 sq m (2,041 sq ft)

Brew House 25.76 sq m (277 sq ft)

Bar 16.73 sq m (180 sq ft)

Shop and Offices-

Ground floor 51.74 sq m (557 sq ft)

First floor 20.65 sq m (222 sq ft)

Cold Store 38.30 sq m (411 sq ft)

First Floor 29.79 sq m (321 sq ft)

Holiday Let 53.61 sq m (577 sq ft)

Total approximate gross internal area 1,232.98 sq m (13,272 sq ft)

 *Please do note, all measurements are approximate. 

(Excluding the seating terrace)

Three bedroom dwelling 203 sq m (2,185 sq ft)

The Rateable Values appearing on the Valuation Office Agency website are as follows:

Hillside Brewery £23,500

Holiday Let £1,600

Land used for War Games £8,600

Rate in £ 2020/2021: 0.499

The dwelling is listed within Band D for Council Tax purposes.

Planning-

According to the records held on the Local Authority’s website, the following applications have been granted consent.

Date Application-

2019 Change of Use of existing redundant buildings into holiday lets.

2019 Creation of parking area and associated works (Retrospective).

2015 Renovating an agricultural barn to be used for visitors including toilets, installing a play area and creating space for occasional camping related to events.

2015 Change of use of Stone Barn and detached double garage from a holiday let into additional storage for adjoining brewery and provision of disabled toilet.

2014 Removal of condition (04) relating to planning permission P0699/14/FUL – Activities other than ancillary office uses shall not be carried out except within time frames.

2014 Erection of a detached double private car garage. Demolition of existing open barn.

2012 Conversion of existing outbuilding to form holiday let/annexe.

2009 Conversion of outbuilding to form a micro-brewery, store and office.

2009 Variation of Condition (5) of planning permission P0509/07/COU (to allow opening hours between 8:00 and 20:00 Mondays to Saturdays, and between 10:00 and 14:00 on Bank Holidays.

2008 Change of use from agricultural to agricultural and personal and team development centre.

2007 Alterations and extension to dwelling, including use of barn as additional living accommodation with link to main dwelling. Change of use of agricultural land to additional residential curtilage.

2006 Erection of a 28m high slimline lattice tower with 3 antennae, 2 transmission dishes and associated equipment cabinet and fencing.

2003 Alterations And Extension To Dwelling Involving The Erection Of A Conservatory And A Dormer Window.

2002 Erection Of A Replacement 35m High Lattice Tower. Extension To Existing Compound Installation Of Additional Telecoms Equipment And Associated Works.

1992 Change of use of agricultural land and buildings to form rare breed centre, including tea rooms. Alterations to vehicular access and layout of visitor and staff parking areas.

There has been a shake-up of the commercial use class planning system in the UK. In short, the significant proposed changes will see the removal of Class A, Class B1 and Class D uses with the creation of two new classes and Class E will be most relevant for your property.

It includes the following:

Class E. Commercial, Business and Service

‘E’ use class will combine into a single use A1 (Retail), A2 (professional services) and A3 (restaurants and cafes). In addition to these uses, it will also include B1 (offices) and some elements of D1 (non-residential institutions) and D2 (Assembly and Leisure) including gyms, health clubs, clinics and crèches/nurseries.

These particulars are believed to be correct. Their accuracy is no guarantee and they do not form part of any contract. All rents, prices and premiums are quoted exclusive of VAT, if applicable.  All descriptions, dimensions, references to conditions and necessary permissions are for use and occupation and their details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct but any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.  

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Property Features

  • Fantastic Views
  • Detached Residential Farmhouse & Commercial Buildings
  • C.40 Acres
  • Private Access Road & Large Car Park
  • Beautiful Rural Views
  • Great Condition Throughout
  • Good Transport Links
  • *Site Benefits From a Premises Licence & A 5* Food Hygiene Rating