Extending to about 401.37 acres (162.40 ha) Ash Grove Farm is an outstanding mixed farm on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The farm is in a ringed fence, with the land lying to the north of the farmyard and, benefits from good access tracks throughout. There is a mix of well-established and mature woodland which is well placed for sporting opportunities.
There is a well-proportioned five bedroom farmhouse with two good sized gardens and an ample parking area.
There are a range of modern and traditional farm buildings. The traditional buildings have planning consent for conversion into three holiday cottages, a farm shop and a restaurant. There are a range of modern general purpose buildings and a grain store with a drying floor and capacity for about 600 tons.
The farmland is classified as grade 3 and comprises a range of soil types. The lower ground on the western edge of the farm is Holme Moor series, suitable for cereals, sugar beet and potatoes. The land through the centre of the farm is Denchworth 2 and suitable for winter cereals and short term grassland. The land on the eastern edge of the farm on the higher ground is Wickham 2 and is suitable for growing cereal crops.
The farm lies in an outstanding position on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and has unrivalled views across the surrounding countryside. The village of North Willingham lies immediately to the east of the farm, a picturesque Wolds village with a modest population and St Thomas’ Church. The town of Market Rasen lies 3 miles to the west, which provides local shops and amenities for everyday needs, and benefits from a well-known racecourse.