Oxfordshire, Devon and Northumberland offer farmland opportunities this week. Farmers Weekly takes a look.
Large Oxfordshire AHA for sale
A rare opportunity to purchase a 309-acre farm let under an Agricultural Holdings Act tenancy has arisen in Oxfordshire.
Town & Lower Farm near Kingston Blount is occupied on a first succession with the tenants growing wheat and oilseed rape and using grass leys to graze livestock.
No residential property is included but the estate includes a set of farm buildings currently housing livestock.
BPS entitlements are retained by the tenants and rent is due for review in September 2016. The farm is for sale at a guide price of £1.9m.
Strutt & Parker/Adkin (020 7318 4668)
Mixed farming opportunity in Devon
Mixed enterprise Higher Dorsley Barton farm near Totnes, Devon, offers 164-acres at a guide price of 2.1m for the whole or in five lots.
About 46 acres is cropped to combinable crops and maize, with the rest used for grazing beef sucklers and sheep.
The farm has two timber-framed buildings, a covered yard and a modern farmhouse with an agricultural occupancy restriction. BPS entitlements are included.
Savills (01392 455 755)
Livestock farm in need of renovation
A mixed farm with development potential is for sale near Morpeth, Northumberland.
The 109 acres of Grade 3 land at East Low House farm is grazed but could be used for arable cropping.
Buildings include a portal-framed barn, Dutch barn, a farmhouse in need of modernisation and two stone buildings with planning permission for four-bedroom dwelling.
The farm is entered in to ELS until August and has a guide price of £1.2m. BPS entitlements are included.
SmithsGore (01434 632 404)