Dorset Farm with Investment and Conservation Appeal

Andrew Tuffin
By Andrew Tuffin

November 2019

With 92 acres of prime grazing land, cottages, woodland, fishing and walks, Bere Marsh Farm offers countless opportunities to a country loving purchaser.

Dorset Farm with Investment and Conservation Appeal

Bere Marsh Farm is a diverse residential pasture farm rich in conservation appeal and well positioned to explore further diversification and tourism opportunities. 

Situated in the valley pastures of the Blackmore Vale between the chalk hills of Hambledon and Okeford, the farm enjoys a rural position with pleasant views and good access to roads, bridleways and footpaths. 

The property boasts a period 5-bedroom farmhouse, a 3-bedroom detached cottage and a courtyard range of barn conversions let on AST’s producing an income of £30,000 pa, a brick barn with alternative use potential, a livestock barn and stables. 

92 acres in total, the land is mainly fertile pasture land and claimed to be some of the best grazing land in Dorset. There are about 10 acres of ancient broadleaf and plantation woodland, 1.1 miles of fishing rights on the River Stour, a former railway line which is in part the North Dorset Trailway and a woodland burial ground. 

The property is for sale as a whole, with a Guide Price of £2,100,000. Contact Andrew Tuffin for further information on 01258 474268.

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