Diverse Norfolk farm sales bring 1,200 acres to market

An £11.5m guide price has been set for the sale of a 1,200-acre Norfolk arable farm at Weasenham St Peter.

Weasenham and Raynham Farms, near Fakenham, is split over two nearby holdings and has commercial lets, four houses and a solar array earning a combined income of about £79,000/year.

See also: Rare Norfolk stock farm with strong environmental credentials

A high-yielding combinable rotation includes wheat, barley, oilseed rape, sugar beet and beans, and there is 3,550t of grain storage.

Available in up to three lots with Savills, 682-acre Manor Farm and 515 acres of land at South Raynham could sell separately.

Weasenham Farm viewed from a high vantage point

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