A ring fenced parcel of arable land along with a central 1,000 tonne grain store
Rainthorpe Farms comprises a diverse commercial farming enterprise well serviced by extensive farm buildings and residential dwellings. It is divided into a series of farms and bare landholdings located near to a number of villages to the north and east of Lincoln City including Welton, Scothern, Snelland, Wickenby, Holton cum Beckering, Snarford and Faldingworth. The majority of the farmland is situated 7 miles to the north of Lincoln City and 23 miles from Newark to the south west.
Lincoln is a cathedral city, offering an excellent range of facilities and amenities including boutique shopping in the cathedral quarter along with a wide range of restaurants and public houses. The University of Lincoln, which was established over 22 years ago, is situated in the heart of the city.
Mainline rail facilities are available from both Newark and Grantham, offering an electric line service to London Kings Cross. The farm is also within close proximity to a number of good Grammar and private schools.
This land is situated on the far eastern boundary of the Rainthorpe landholdings and is divided by the Wragby to Holton cum Beckering road.
172.85 acres (69.95 Hectares)
Accessed directly from the Holton cum Beckering to Wragby Road B1202. Farm Buildings:
Grain and general purpose store (23 m x 33.5 m) divided into three sections and constructed of a steel frame, fibre cement roof and concrete floor.
Grain store with 1,000 tonne capacity with central ventilated grain drying air tunnel and 50 HP centrifugal fan at one end and axial flow fan at the other.
Two general purpose (23.2 m x 9.5 m each) lean-to stores with sliding doors, either side of the main span grain store. The arable land comprises one large field which is classified as being Grade 3.
237.38 acres (96.07 Hectares)
Access is off the B1202 and from a track on third party land over which there is a Right of Access. The lot comprises a parcel of bare arable land classified as being Grade 3.
Acreage: 410.23 Acres