It’s apple day today. Nothing beats biting into a delicious crispy apple or a home-baked apple pie – except perhaps when the apple comes from your own tree!
This small but established orchard is tucked away behind a very spacious and versatile Grade II Listed house in South Perrott. The photo was taken in the spring, when the cider, eating and cooking apple trees were in full blossom – and I’m sure have produced a bumper harvest this autumn! Guide £695,000.
Head across to East Dorset, and there’s a productive orchard within the delightful landscaped gardens surrounding this charming 16th Century cottage in Stourpaine. The trees produce a fine crop of bramleys, cherries, plums and pears. Guide £675,000