Land in South Shropshire on the market

Land in South Shropshire on the market

Nearly 100 acres – 39 hectares – of prime versatile land in South Shropshire is on the market with Balfours. The land is situated at Upper House Farm, Abdon, near Craven Arms.

The 39.17 hectares is level grassland with some arable potential, the soils are within the Bromyard Soil Association categorised well-drained reddish soil ideal for livestock rearing, fodder and cereal crops.

Scott Kemsley, Balfours Ludlow agent comments: “This is an exceptionally useful block of farmland. It is accessed off the roadside, where it has access to mains water supply off and electricity, the former would link to current pipework.”

He continues: “The land is in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is well blessed with hedges and trees. As such it offers excellent potential to attract a useful income from the Rural Payments Agency ‘Sustainable Farming Incentive,’ to compliment agricultural operations.”

“The land has excellent potential, for farming, for green sustainable income and as a tax efficient investment – and as ever land is a finite supply on our shores,” Scott adds.”

Balfours are marketing the 39.17 hectares with a guide price of £776,000. For more information call 01584 707100.