A productive mixed farm that includes the location of a mysterious 1951 aircraft crash is for sale at Maunby, near Thirsk, North Yorkshire.
Crabtree Farm offers about 106 acres of grassland and arable land capable of growing cereals, oilseeds and potatoes.
It includes a mix of traditional and modern farm buildings and a five-bedroom farmhouse. The farm is for sale by public auction on Wednesday 1 October in Northallerton with a guide price of £950,000. (Robin Jessop 01677 425 950)
Mid-Wales farm offers productive grassland
About 119 acres of productive pastureland are for sale in mid-Wales, at Cwm Nant-y-Meichiaid, near Llanfyllin.
Nant-y-Meichiaid Farm offers an extensive range of traditional farm buildings, a Grade II listed farmhouse and is located in an area known for quality grass.
The farm is for sale at a guide price of £900,000-950,000. (Halls 01938 555 552)
Mixed farm near Much Wenlock
A 200-acre mixed farm with a Grade II listed stone farmhouse and cottage is for sale at Stanton Long, near Much Wenlock, Shropshire.
Coates Farm lies in a ring fence with Grade 3 land and reddish fine silty/loamy soils, suitable for both arable and grassland.
The farm buildings were mainly built in the 1970s when Coates was a dairy farm and now include two barns and some traditional buildings. The farm is for sale at a guide price £2.35m. (Balfours 01743 353 511)
Grassland in Oxfordshire/Bucks
A block of about 118 acres of bare grassland is for sale at Launton, near Bicester, on the Oxfordshire/ Buckinghamshire border.
It is divided into 10 fields by mature hedging and stock-proof fencing and has a number of dew ponds. The land is classed as Grade 3 with slowly permeable loamy and clayey soils.
It is for sale at a guide price of £975,000 (Savills 01295 228 050)