Three farms of a similar acreage offer varying opportunities from Perthshire to Devon in a wide price range.
In south Warwickshire the 197-acre Tree House Farm at Fulready has 50,000sq ft of modern galvanised portal framed buildings with parlour, cubicles and loose housing all built within the past 10 years. There is potential for alternative uses, according to Jeff Paybody of Howkins & Harrison.
Most of the land has been ploughed and some is in arable production – there is a five- to six-bedroom main house and second four- to five-bedroom house under construction. This farm is offered in up to four lots and has an overall guide price of £3.15m. (Howkins & Harrison 01788 564 680; Fisher German 01295 271 555)
Craigend Farm at Methven, Perthshire, is a commercial beef and sheep unit that was previously in arable production. With just over 201 acres, it is available as whole or in three lots with an overall guide price of £1.98m.
The first of these includes 95 acres of grass leys, a four-bedroom farmhouse and modern farm buildings with accommodation for 1,000 head of cattle.
Traditional buildings let for storage generate a rent of about £25,000/year. A detached house with three bedrooms and a large garden make up the second lot while the third is about 102 acres of arable land at South Craigend Farm.
The land at Craigend is Grade 3.1 and 3.2 and ranges from about 80-135m above sea level. (Strutt & Parker 01312 262 500)
Stags is launching Great Wotton Farm, Colebrooke near Crediton with a Grade II listed six-bedroom house and a one-bedroom annexe. This former dairy farm also has a three-bedroom bungalow and extensive modern buildings suitable for farm or equestrian use.
The 43,000sq ft of buildings includes an indoor arena.
There is about 187 acres of good grassland, some woodland and two lakes, all in a ring fence and very private with no footpaths.
It has been lotted three ways and has an overall guide price of £2.125m. (Stags 01392 680 059)
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