A wide selection of mixed farms, estates with alternative income options and blocks of productive bare land are on offer across Great Britain.
The spring farmland market has opened with a surge, as many agents predicted after the stalled and uncertain landscape of a coronavirus-hit 2020.
Already the publicly marketed acreage is up 105% on this time last year, according to Farmers Weekly’s land tracker.
Here’s a collection of what’s available.
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Leighon Estate, near Manaton in Devon, is on the market with Knight Frank, guided at offers in excess of £4.5m.
It has 783 acres of pasture, woodland and moorland, an eight-bedroom house, a two-bedroom cottage and traditional buildings.
Near Golspie in the Scottish Highlands, ANM Group is selling the 569-acre Kirkton Farm as a whole or in two lots.
The mixed holding comes with two houses plus buildings for storage and livestock housing, and has a guide price of £2m.
DR Kivell has launched Scadghill Farm near Bude, Cornwall, with a guide of £3.5m.
The 221-acre mixed unit includes a four-bedroom house, four-bedroom bungalow, two-bedroom holiday cottage, campsite, modern buildings and traditional barns.
About 133 acres of bare Grade 3 land suitable for a range of arable crops or fodder production is on the market with Galbraith for offers over £580,000.
The site at Dripend, Stirlingshire, is based close to the motorway and comes with a set of livestock handling pens and a mains water supply.
Near Shrawley, Worcestershire, Fisher German is selling 100 acres of versatile arable land.
The land at Church Farm includes modern farm buildings, productive vineyards and amenity woodland, and has a guide price of £1.25m.
Woolley & Wallis has launched Wootton Fields Farm, near Royal Wootton Bassett in Wiltshire, with a guide price of £1.5m.
The holding has 30 acres of highly productive pasture land, a six-bedroom house, and nine commercially let units in former agricultural buildings that provide an additional income source.
Greencroft Farm, near Newent in Gloucestershire, is on the market with Savills, guided at £1.75m.
The poultry unit has 40 acres of pasture land, a five-bedroom house, two-bedroom house, and four-bedroom house with an agricultural occupancy condition.
It comes with an extensive range of farm buildings, including five laying houses with capacity of about 20,000 hens and a pullet house.