Four more lots come to Worcestershire market

More property is coming up for auction in the West Midlands, where Worcestershire-based agent Nick Champion has four lots due to come under the hammer on 8 September.

The largest is Oxnalls Farm, Knighton on Teme, Worcestershire, which runs to just over 43ha (107 acres) of grade 2 and 3 soils. The residential stock and arable farm includes fishing rights.

Mr Champion expects the property, which is guided at £1.2m, to attract considerable farmer interest from those looking to downsize.

Lower Nash Farm, near Ludlow, Shropshire, consists of almost 26ha (64 acres) of arable and pasture land plus large bungalow with an agricultural tie. Guide price is £750,000.

Two parcels of land at Clee St Margaret, also near Ludlow, complete the offering. An arable block of almost 15ha (36 acres) is guided at £275,000, while a pasture block of just over 8ha (21 acres) is guided at £150,000. (Nick Champion 01584 810 555)