The land extends to approximately 164.10 acres in total which comprises about 158.15 acres of arable land and 2.57 acres of woodland. The soil is classified as Grade 2 by DEFRA being Blackwood and Isleham 2 series described as deep permeable sandy soils, suitable for potatoes, cereals, sugar beet and some horticultural crops.
The land benefits from two irrigation lakes and a full ring main irrigation system with a summer abstraction licence for 10,283m³ to be taken from the 1st April to 30th September in any year.
The land is currently sown with leeks, potatoes and maize. A full cropping history is available from the vendors agent.
The land is sold as a whole with vacant possession by private treaty.
The Property is located to the west of Ancaster between the villages of West Willoughby and Sudbrook. Access to the land from the south is via the A153 Sleaford Road, and Sudbrook Road to the north.