Historic cottage with English vineyard listed for sale

Sealwood Cottage Farm in Derbyshire, central England, has been put up for sale with a guide price of £1.4m ($1.66m). A five-bedroom, Grade II-listed cottage is the focal point for the 8.68-hectare (21.44 acres) estate, but it also features a vineyard of around 1.6ha established by the current owners, John and Elisabeth Goodall. Listing agent Fisher german said the Swadlincote-based estate’s guide price doesn’t include ‘any apportionment of the [wine] business’, but the owners would be ‘open to separate negotiation’ for the Sealwood Cottage brand and website, among other elements. Alongside restoring the cottage itself, the Goodalls planted 4,000 vines on the property in 2008 following an inspirational trip to germany. ‘I had a pen [...] Voir l'article complet sur Decanter

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