Hampshire grassland and small farm

A parcel of 29.4ha (73 acres) of grassland near Winchester, Hampshire, is on the market with Savills at a guide price of £490,000, or £6,712/acre.



It lies near Easton in two fields of about 61 acres and 12 acres, both bounded by established hedgerows and, in the case of the larger, by stock-proof fencing. The mainly grade 3 land is in the South Downs National Park and is currently producing beef cattle.


The soil is lime rich over chalk and limestone and free draining, with the larger parcel having been in temporary grassland for nine years and the smaller for one year. (Savills 01962 841 842)


Savills is also selling Homestead Farm near Ropley, Hampshire, with a guide price of £1.2m.


It has just over (43 acres) and a range of traditional and other buildings. There is potential to develop the house subject to planning and the buildings have potential for a variety of uses


The undulating land is all in one block and buildings include a traditional barn, former milking parlour, a lean-to machinery store, calf pens and a silage clamp.(Savills 01962 841 842)

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