A productive block of arable land with a range of farm buildings
Extending to about 195.08 (78.9ha) the property provides the opportunity to acquire a productive block of arable and pasture land. The farmland is classified as grade 3 and is of the Holme Moor series, suitable for cereals, sugar beet and potatoes. The land has been used for growing combinable crops as part of a mixed farming rotation. There is a good quality grain store with a drive on drying floor and capacity for about 600 tonnes. There is also a five bedroom farmhouse close to the property which is available by separate negotiation.
Café and Ice cream parlour There is a very successful ice cream business which the owners have run from a purpose built café since the early 2000s. This is open throughout the summer and has proved to be a popular diversification given the farms proximity to the Lincolnshire Wolds.
This property has 195.08 acres of land.
The farm lies in an outstanding position on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and has unrivalled views across the surrounding countryside. The village of North Willingham lies immediately to the east of the farm, a picturesque Wolds village with a modest population and St Thomas Church. The town of Market Rasen lies 3 miles to the west, which provides local shops and amenities for everyday needs, and benefits from a well-known racecourse.
From Lincoln, take the A46 north east to Market Rasen. After passing through Middle Rasen, turn right onto the A631 through Market Rasen. After passing through Market Rasen travel about 3 miles until you reach the village of North Willingham. The farm is immediately on the left hand side after entering the village.Read all
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