A productive parcel of arable land in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The land is situated on the edge of Tisbury which is an idyllic and sought after town located approximately 14 miles West of Salisbury. Tisbury benefits from excellent communication links with the A303 about 4 miles to the north providing access to the M3 and the West Country as well as a train station with a direct route to London Waterloo in under 90 minutes.
A productive block of arable land (formally part of Lawn Farm) made up of two parcels which in total, extend to approximately 216 acres. The land is attractive, with gently undulating topography and far reaching panoramic views over the Nadder Valley towards the Fovant Badges. The soil is productive, shallow, lime rich, loamy in texture, free draining and lies over chalk and limestone reducing the acidity levels and producing high sources of calcium and magnesium. Both parcels have direct road access and a track runs through the centre of Lot 1 allowing access into the subdivided fields.
Acreage: 216 Acres
From Salisbury take the A36 heading west to Wilton and at the roundabout take the A30 towards Shaftesbury. In the village of Barford
St Martin, fork right onto the B3089. Continue on the B3089 for
approximately 8 miles until Fonthill Bishop. Keep left and continue for
approximately 1 mile through the archway until a cross roads with the
Beckford Arms on the right. Go straight over the cross roads and the
land can be found approximately half a mile down the unnamed road
on the left.