A compact arable holding with the benefit of a pair of cottages.
Rainthorpe Farms comprises a diverse commercial farming enterprise well serviced by extensive farm buildings and residential dwellings. It is divided into a series of farms and bare landholdings located near to a number of villages to the north and east of Lincoln City including Welton, Scothern, Snelland, Wickenby, Holton cum Beckering, Snarford and Faldingworth. The majority of the farmland is situated 7 miles to the north of Lincoln City and 23 miles from Newark to the south west.
Lincoln is a cathedral city, offering an excellent range of facilities and amenities including boutique shopping in the cathedral quarter along with a wide range of restaurants and public houses. The University of Lincoln, which was established over 22 years ago, is situated in the heart of the city.
Mainline rail facilities are available from both Newark and Grantham, offering an electric line service to London Kings Cross. The farm is also within close proximity to a number of good Grammar and private schools.
Scothern Grange Farm is situated immediately to the east of Scothern village and is accessed from the public highway via an internal roadway leading directly to the dwellings and farm buildings.
Scothern Grange Farm is a compact arable holding which has the benefit of a pair of cottages known as 1 and 2 Scothern Grange Cottages which are constructed of rendered brick under a pantile roof and are located towards the centre of the holding.
1 Scothern Grange Cottage comprises a 2 bedroom property which is let under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy.
2 Scothern Grange Cottage has 2 bedrooms and is let under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy.
The Farm Buildings
Grain and general purpose store constructed of a steel portal frame with double skin insulated fibre cement roof. It is split as follows:
Grainstore, 1000 tonnes with hardwood drive – on drying floor, timber retaining walls, air tunnel and Typhoon 60 HP centrifugal fan.
General purpose building with concrete floor and block walls.
The farmyard has a concrete loading ramp. There is a 5,000 litre bunded diesel tank with pump along with a crop sprayer washing bay with biobed.
The farmland is classified as Grade 3 and is accessed via a central spine road. There is a pond and nature reserve in an area at the south western end of the farm.
Acreage: 330.62 Acres