'The bright cider life'

If you’re green-fingered, love the open countryside and partial to a drop of cider or perry, there’s something in Symonds & Sampson’s property auction on 7th April which you just might want to see.

 'The bright cider life'

Situated in rolling West Dorset countryside near Netherbury with panoramic views towards the coast is Gollop Orchard, a gently sloping 8.66 acre orchard planted in 2008.  Half cider apples, half perry pears, the trees  include many traditional varieties with wonderful names such as the ‘Hendre Huffcap’, Judge Amphlett, Porter’s Perfection and Harry Masters Jersey. 

No sprays have been used on the orchard since planting, and the current owners have sold their crop to a Dorset cider producer each year. Within the field is a useful timber barn, and the site has good road access.

So at a time where the media reports of the changing face of agriculture, when orchards are in decline, and when conservation is at the forefront of our minds, Gollop Orchard offers the perfect opportunity to realign with nature – with perks. The Guide for this bucolic haven is £150,000, contact Will Wallis or George Whittaker on 01305 236237 or click here for further details.


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