Halls anticipate keen interest from prospective buyers in a 193-acre block of arable and pastureland in the West Midlands, which has a guide price of £1.65 million.
The versatile, level Grade 2 and 3 land is situated in and around the hamlet of Longnor, four miles from Penkridge and has good roadside access.
Available to purchase as a whole or in three lots with Basic Payment Scheme entitlements included, the land is located within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.
Lot one comprises 51.18 acres of arable and pasture land with Longnor brook as its southern boundary and has a guide price of £500,00. Lot two has guide price of £565,000 and comprises 66.98 acres of land in arable rotation with an area of wood and pools.
Lot three, which has a guide price of £600,000, extends to 74.87 acres, fronts a by-road on two sides, is bounded by Longnor Brook and comprises soil that varies from sandy to heavy loam.
“It is rare for land of this quality in such a good location, with easy access to the West Midlands conurbation, to become available,” said David Giles, a director of Halls.
Viewing is by appointment with Halls on Tel: 01743 450700.