IN BRIEF

7 April 2000




IN BRIEF

&#8226 NEARLY 120 acres of land with a modern dairy unit near Loughborough, Leics sold at auction recently.

Part of Bawdon Lodge Farm a local farmer paid £2695/acre for the unit which was auctioned by Howkins & Harrison.

&#8226 IN North Yorkshire a mainly arable unit was knocked down at £346,000 by Mouchel North Yorkshire. Becksdyke Farm, Osgodby, near Selby averaged £3126/acre.

A mixed unit near Boroughbridge offered by the same firm failed to sell in lots but was successfully knocked down at £326,000 for the whole 66-acre unit.

&#8226 OFFERS in the region of £300,000 are invited for 1714 acres of freehold land at Little Asby Scar and Sunbiggin Tarn, near Tebay, Cumbria.

Formerly a grouse moor the land for sale through John Clegg & Co.

&#8226 A BLOCK of sloping mainly permanent pasture, woodland,a three-bedroom agriculturally tied house and a range of farm buildings sold at auction.

The bidding on Woodstock Bower, Stoke Bliss, Worcs started at £220,000 and the unit was declared sold at £352,000 by auctioneer Nick Champion, Russell Baldwin & Bright, to a local businessman.


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