Two farms totalling about 413 acres have come to the market near Bishops Waltham in Hampshire, both though Savills.
The 373-acre Biddenfield Estate offers mainly arable land, a 16th-century farmhouse, cottage, buildings and planning permissions. It is offered at a guide price of £4m for the whole, or in lots.
The land is predominantly Grade 3 arable land, with some pasture and woodland.
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The soil is clayey loam and the cropping rotation is maize, barley and grass.
There are a number of buildings, including a storage barn, cart sheds, feed store, former calf house and brick barn. Planning consent exists to convert a timber-framed barn into a house.
There are no environmental agreements covering the land and SPS entitlements will be transferred to the new owner.
A further 41 acres is offered at Stakes Farm, with farm buildings let to a brewery and three broiler chicken sheds let to a farmer, providing further income streams. The farm includes a Georgian farmhouse, two cottages and stables.
The land is Grade 3, with loam over flint and chalk and the cropping rotation is winter wheat, oilseed rape and barley. The guide price is £3.5m for the whole, or in lots. (Savills 01962 841 842)