An attractive block of productive mixed farmland in rural Northamptonshire
About 247.34 acres (100 ha) in total Available as a whole or in two lots
Lot 1 Arable and pasture land About 222.17 acres (89.9 ha) Grade 3 land | Access onto Slipton Lane | Arable and pasture
Lot 2 Arable and pasture land About 25.17 acres (10.1 ha) Grade 3 land | Access onto Kettering Road Strategic potential
Guide prices: Lot 1: £1,450,000 Lot 2: £150,000
Land at Manor Farm The property comprises a block of arable and pasture land. The arable fields are of a size well suited to modern machinery and the pasture fields allow for grazing and mowing. The land is classified as grade 3 by DEFRA with the soils belonging to the Hanslope, Morton and Banbury series and are described as permeable well drained calcareous clay soils over limestone. The arable land has been farmed on a combinable cropping rotation of winter wheat, oilseed rape and maize. Further information is available from the vendors agents.
Lot 1 About 222.17 acres (89.9 ha) Shown shaded pink on the sale plan, the land provides the opportunity to acquire a productive block of arable and pasture land.
Lot 2 About 25.17 acres (10.1 ha) Shown shaded green on the plan, the property is permanent pasture and is well suited for grazing livestock.
This property has 247.34 acres of land.
The property is situated close to the historic village of Twywell in Northamptonshire. The land benefits from access onto Slipton Lane and Kettering Road. It is well located close to the A14 which provides nationwide access. The market town of Thrapston lies just three miles to the east and provides local amenities with Kettering only 7 miles away which provides a greater range of services including a main line railway station.
From the market town of Thrapston head West towards the village of Islip. At the roundabout with the A6116, carry straight on following this road to the village of Twywell.