A choice of land in Essex includes Dorewards Hall between Bocking and Braintree, which will be launched shortly.
With almost 187 acres in a ring fence, the farm's five-bedroom Grade II listed main house is divided into two dwellings and there are extensive modern and traditional buildings, some of which are listed.
The farm is for sale through Savills, with a guide price of £2.1m.
Savills is also selling 379 acres of Grades 2 and 3 bare land at Stanway Hall Farm near Colchester for Tarmac. The land is let on a variety of short- and long-term agreements and the seller is reserving the mineral rights.
Cereals with break crops of sugar beet and potatoes are the main cropping and there is a summer abstraction licence for 2m gallons of water on the Roman River. The guide price here is £2.5m.
Elms Farm at Roxwell with Grade 2 arable land is also on the market, for the first time in 100 years.
It has a four-bedroom farmhouse dating from 1600, a range of farm buildings, five let commercial units with an income of £24,000 a year and 20 stables. The holding totals 302 acres is guided at £4.45m. (Savills 01245 293 243)