Agricultural Property Department
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Hadleigh - Offers In Region Of £100,000 Sold STC
Prospect Hill - Arable Land From For Sale
A Contract Farming opportunity is available for the next three harvest seasons for 119.67 acres at Little Church Farm, Little Cornard. The arrangement would start from 30th September 2015 - 30th September 2018. Newfield Partners will be the farmers of the land and will engage the contractor to provide labour, machinery and storage to crop arable land. A contractor can opt an operational service if preferred, where payment will be paid solely on operations. Tender offers are required by noon on 19th August 2015. See Tender Form and Notes for further information.
Baylham - Paddocks Asking Price Of £68,000 Sold
Bildeston - Arable Land Guide Price £3,900,000 Sold
Church Farm Bildeston extends to 340 acres or thereabouts. It is almost entirely contained within a ring fence except for one northern field. The holding includes a pair of semi-detached cottages, a farmyard with grain bins and buildings, two small blocks of woodland totaling about 9 acres and farmland contained in conveniently sized fields accessed by private tracks. Guide Price for whole: £3,900,000. Viewing available by request.
Bildeston - Asking Price Of £300,000 Sold
The pair of semi-detached farm cottages stand in gardens totalling 0.63 acres and are served by the same roadway as the farm buildings and land. The pair of semi-detached cottages are subject to an agricultural occupancy condition. The two properties comprises of: Ground Floor: Kitchen, Sitting Room, (Hallway & downstairs WC) First Floor: Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3, Family Bathroom Mains water and electricity are connected with domestic drainage to a private installation. There is no central heating. Both cottages have a single garage. Guide Price for Cottages: £300,000.
Stack Wood, Polstead Heath - Woodland Guide Price £225,000 Sold STC
The woodland is set in open countryside and comprises of 46.2 acres or thereabouts of mature with mixed hardwood species including cherry, oak, hazel, hornbeam and chestnut. There have been tracks through the wood but these have not been used for many years. The wood borders open countryside to north, south and west and Stack Wood Road to the east. UPDATE: Offers to be submitted to the Agents by 12 noon on Friday 31st October