ATTRACTIVE ARABLE OR AMENITY LAND SPLIT INTO 3 PARCELS
The property is situated to the north of the semi-rural village of Shillington between the market towns of Shefford to the north east and Barton-le-Clay to the south west. The land is accessed direct from the Upton End Road.
The property comprises a total of approximately 27.01 acres (10.93 hectares) which is split into 3 parcels all bordered by hedges. The land is currently farmed in hand by the vendors in a traditional cereal rotation of winter wheat, oilseed rape and beans. The land is classed as Grade 3 in the Soil Survey of England and Wales with the soils being part of the Hanslope Series which will grow high yielding crops of cereals and grass.
Given the size, location and layout of the property, it would lend itself well for amenity uses (equestrian, smallholding etc) away from traditional agriculture.
The property may have long term development potential. Purchasers are to make their own enquiries with the relevant authorities. The property is offered free from any overage provisions.
The land is for sale freehold subject to holdover of the current growing crop. For further details, please contact the selling agents.
It is believed that mains water and electricity run alongside the Upton End Road.
Viewing and Safety
Viewing is strictly by appointment with Savills, all viewers should be aware of potential hazards and should not attend the property without authorisation.
Acreage: 27.01 Acres