Significant diversification income is just one attraction at Holdhurst Farm which is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near Cranleigh in Surrey.
At in excess of £7.5m, the guide price set by Strutt & Parker for this arable farm of about 211ha (521 acres) reflects the fact that it has a pretty seven-bedroom Victorian house, a pair of cottages and income of about £76,000 a year from letting converted former dairy buildings. Another courtyard of traditional buildings offers further scope for conversion to alternative uses.
While most of the land is in arable crops, there is also about 70 acres of woodland. Soils are silty loam, ranging to sandy in places, with the whole farm in one block and some decent field sizes. The farm is in an NVZ and sfp entitlements are included in the sale. (Strutt & Parker 020 7629 7282)