Small Yorkshire duo
In North Yorkshire, Robin Jessop’s Andrew Dickins is marketing two small farms.
South Farm at Newton Morrell, Richmond, is a 172-acre mixed farm with a substantial range of modern buildings and some older buildings with potential. He is looking for offers of £1.5m-1.75m. Meanwhile Larbury Pastures Farm at Long Newton, Stockton on Tees, has 142 acres and includes a successful farm shop, turning over £150,000 a year, plus a small caravan site and livery business. Guide is £850,000-1m.
The same firm is selling 45 acres of bare arable and grassland at Kilburn, near Thirsk, and 62 acres of arable land on the edge of Oswaldkirk, Helmsley, both guided at £5000/acre.
A 169-acre farm at Melverley, near Oswestry in Shropshire, is up for auction as a whole or in up to nine lots, on 17 September.
An executors’ sale, Hendre Farm comprises a substantial traditional farmhouse needing modernisation (guided with 18 acres at £750,000), traditional and modern buildings, and good pasture, some of which lies along the banks of the River Vyrnwy. There is potential for both amenity and agricultural use, says the agent, Roger Parry & Partners.
Guides range from £8000 for less than two acres, up to £200,000 for a 60-acre block of pasture.
Farm for sale in North Yorkshire.