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Arable farmland for sale

A block of arable land with modern farm buildings extending to approximately 177.27 acres (71.74 hectares) is with a guide price of £2.3 million.

The land and buildings at Little Ness, Nesscliffe, Shropshire are freehold and offered for sale by formal tender to be submitted by 12pm on Tuesday, October 24.

“This versatile arable block is in a good location between the hamlets of Little Ness and Great Ness with roadside access and we are anticipating a good level of interest,” said Chris Jones, partner in charge of selling agents Berrys.

“Arguably this could be one of the best blocks of arable land offered to the market for some time,” he said.

The land is a mixture of grade 2 and 3 arable land with the predominant soil type being Ellerbeck, a well-drained loamy soil suitable for cereals and root crops.

The land is located in close proximity to the A5 and is services by excellent roadside access from Little Ness and Great Ness and a well maintained internal access track links to all fields.

The land has been registered under the Basic Payment Scheme and the entitlements will be transferred to the purchaser at a value in addition to the purchase price. The sporting and mineral rights are in hand and included in the sale.

The excellent range of secure modern farm buildings, located along a gated track within a large hardcore/concrete yard area, comprise of a steel portal framed grain store with lean to, work shop, office and machinery building.  

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