Shillingstone, Blandford, DT11

££400,000 Guide

Land For Sale

44.68 acres (18.08 hectares) of productive Blackmore Vale farmland.

A productive block of arable grassland. The level and undulating land is a deep loam and Kimmeridge clay soil lying 45m to 90m above sea level and is classified Grade 3 on the ALC. The land has been farmed in an extensive organic rotation of grass leys, permanent pasture and winter wheat for 15 years and is capable of being easily pushed to grow strong grass crops and a range of arable crops, including maize.

Parcels are enclosed by mature hedgerows with plenty of internal gates.

The land is located at the eastern end of the Blackmore Vale, an area renowned for its productive grasslands. The land has excellent road frontage, with several highway gates. The land lies in a sheltered position in the Upper Stour Valley sheltered by Okeford and Hambledon Hills.

Metered mains water supply. If sold in lots, appropriate easements will be reserved in order that all lots have a supply. The water troughs currently on the land are not connected.

The land is not in a Landscape Area (formally AONB) or Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.

The land is currently registered organic and in a Countryside Stewardship Scheme to 31/12/2027. The buyer will be expected to take on the scheme and prescriptions.

Between the eastern end of Shillingstone village and New Cross Gate with access off the A357 and Castle Lane.

During daylight hours with a set of these particulars in hand, having first informed the agents. Further information, if required, is available from Andrew Tuffin or Will Cairns on 01258 472244.

Tenure: Freehold

Shillingstone, Blandford, DT11
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Sturminster Newton
Agriculture House, Market Place
Sturminster Newton
DT10 1AR

01258 473766

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