Our Estates & Farm Agency Department sell residential and commercial farms, farmland and country and sporting estates throughout the UK.
Strutt & Parker have been at the forefront of the estates and farms market for over 125 years, handling all types of sale from pony paddocks to commercial dairy farms, to best in class, trophy estates.
We have over 20 specialist local agents located across England and Scotland as well as our national teams based in our London and Edinburgh offices. All of our agents are experienced in this specialist market and offer a combination of detailed local knowledge, national perspective and extensive global connections through our network of 55 UK offices and our affiliation with Christie’s International Real Estate.
Our experience, reach and enthusiasm, coupled with our passion for the highest levels of service are the hallmarks of our success. Our clients choose us because we have a proven track record and a real passion for excellence. Our clients have the confidence to trust us with the sale of their most valuable asset and reassurance that we will negotiate the best possible price for their property.
We have been privileged to sell the best sporting and residential estates in recent years to buyers from across the world, both publicly and privately. Our affiliation with Christie’s International Real Estate gives us access to 47 countries, but more importantly, 1350 offices that handle the sale of the highest valued residential properties and an extraordinary global address book. A truly unfair advantage.
Strutt & Parker have long been regarded as leading farmland agents. We have seen rapid capital growth in this area in the last decade and an ever widening variety of purchasers. Arable land has increased in value by some 300%, on average, but this masks considerable regional variations. Commercial arable land values vary from £7,000 to over £15,000 per acre - not just from region to region or county to county, but sometimes even parish to parish. Knowing the market, where buyers are moving from and to, and what their priorities are ensures that we get the best possible price for our clients.
Our agents are supported by our Farming Department, agronomy specialists, and other departments within Strutt & Parker to help clients with everything from Basic Payment issues and farming schemes to taxation and planning.
Publications, Knowledge & Research
Knowledge & research
Farming Update Autumn 2016
Welcome to this quarter’s Farming Update, which is produced by our Farming Research Group
English Estate & Farmland Market Review | Autumn 2016
Three months after the EU referendum result, it is still too soon to say what the effect on farmland values has been.
English Farmland Market Review | Summer 2016
At the half way point through the year, our report shows signs that the land market has started to slow down, partly due to a late market caused by poor spring weather but also uncertainty prior to the referendum.
Attracting young professionals to your property
With new figures suggesting young professionals will pay a premium to live in certain areas, we look at how you can attract this lucrative market to your property.
English Estate & Farmland Market Review | Spring 2017
The year 2017 started unusually. There was a significant carryover of land on the market – over 40% of the farms launched in 2016 were still available at the end of the year, which is a far higher proportion than we have seen before.
London’s rapid economic growth has seen it emerge as a genuinely polycentric city
For many years London had two dominant business districts: the City of London and the West End, both located in the heart of the city. At the same time, London’s major railway stations, such as King’s Cross and Waterloo, were little more than places for commuters to interchange as they made their way into the centre of the city.