Find out average farmland prices where you live

Find out what the average price is for arable land and pasture in English and Welsh counties on our land map.

It shows a full breakdown of average values on a county-by-county basis for prime, average and poorer quality arable and pastureland.

The data is drawn from Knight Frank’s opinion-based survey of its agents across the country and cover the last six months of 2020.

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Click on the county town in each case to see the values for farmland where you are.

Average land values 2020 (£)

Region

Arable

Pasture

 

Prime

Average

Poor

Prime

Average

Poor

Eastern

 9,758

 9,000

 8,225

 7,667

 7,067

 6,583

South East

 9,781

 9,038

 8,513

 7,850

 7,281

 6,854

West Midlands

 9,700

 9,070

 8,710

 7,210

 6,800

 6,300

East Midlands

 9,063

 8,445

 7,625

 7,241

 6,604

 6,100

Yorkshire

 8,750

 8,300

 7,900

 7,500

 7,000

 6,600

South West

 9,871

 9,266

 8,743

 8,200

 7,671

 7,121

North West

 8,755

 7,333

 6,467

 7,010

 6,190

 5,727

North East

 9,657

 6,916

 4,891

 5,403

 4,437

 3,641

Wales

 8,539

 7,856

 6,148

 7,514

 5,000

 3,500

The values in this map and table are opinion-based and meant to be indicative only. They should not be used for formal valuation purposes and will vary based on location, quality and other factors. Certain counties will include land types not covered by this survey.

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