Auction of Land and Buildings, Broadway

Publication: Oxford Journal, 26 August 1797


To be sold by Auction, by Joseph Pratt, at the Bell and Crown Inn in Broadway aforesaid, in the undermentioned Lots, on Tuesday thecFifth Day of September, 1797, at Four o’Clock in the Afternoon, subject to the Conditions then to be produced.

Lot I. Four enclosed for enclosed Pieces of Arable Land, called Colin farm, in the Parish of Broadway, containing nearly 36 Acres, under lease to Mr. Wm. Dobbins for twelve years, eight of which will be unexpired at Michaelmas next. -Rent 59l. per Annum.

Lot II. A capital Stone-built House, two Stables, Coach-house, Dove-house, and other attached and detached Offices; a large Garden and two Orchards well planted with choice Fruit Trees; and also to Pieces of rich Meadow Land adjoining in Broadway aforesaid, now let to Mr. Averill, as Tenant at Will, at the very low rent of 30l. per Annum.

The House, which is rurally situated in the pleasant Village of Broadway in the Vale of Evesham, comprises several good Parlours and Lodging Rooms, and is a desirable Residence for a small genteel Family. Broadway is Six Miles from Evesham, Twenty-two from Worcester, and Ninety from London; to and from which Places Coaches passed through the Village every Day.

Lot III. A rich piece of pasture land adjoining the Pools at Broadway aforesaid, let to the said Mr. Dobbins at 50l. per Annum.

The Premises are Freehold of Inheritance, and Tithe-Free. – May be viewed with Leave of the respective Tenants, and particulars may be known of Mr. Baker, aAttorney, Bengworth; Mr. Bellamy, Attorney, Shipton on Stour; or the Auctioneer, at Evesham.