Under Offer - £3,050,000 - 360.56 acres, Highfield Farm, Perry, Cambridgeshire, PE28 0BN

Brown and Co

Brown and Co
Acre House, 70c High Street, , Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE29 3DJ

Tel:01480 432220
E-mail: huntingdon@brown-co.com

Exceptional Arable Farm 360.56 Acres (145.92 Ha)
Rural location with views to Grafham Water
Planning consent for 24.38m x 18.28m grain store
For sale as a whole with vacant possession by private treaty

Highfield Farm comes to the market for the first time since 1948 when the Ellerbeck family acquired the original Highfield Farm. The farm is well suited to growing cereal crops with fields benefiting from well maintained internal tracks. The farm has been exceptionally well maintained by the vendors who have undertaken regular ditch
and hedge maintenance. The land benefits from a number of land drainage schemes.

SITUATION
The farm is located approximately 1 mile east of the village of Perry and 2.5 miles south of the village of Grafham. The property lies approximately 7.5 miles south of Huntingdon, 19 miles north of Bedford, 25 miles west of Cambridge and 23 miles south of Peterborough.

The farm benefits from excellent road links with the A14 and A1 being accessible via the Buckden junction and the A6 via the B645 from nearby Kimbolton. The nearby towns of Huntingdon and St Neots provide mainline rail services to London and the north.

The villages of Perry and Buckden offer a good range of local services and the area offers education facilities at nearby Kimbolton Castle, Huntingdon, St Neots, Bedford, Oundle, Wellingborough and Cambridge.

FARMLAND, 360.56 ACRES (145.92 HA)
As coloured pink on the plan

The land comprises 16 arable fields with an arable area of 343.68 acres (139.09 ha) together with 16.88 acres (6.83 ha) of woodland and spinneys.

The farmland benefits from an access off the B661 (Perry Road) via a right of way as shown coloured brown on the attached plan.

The land is classified as Grade II on the Agricultural Land Classification Map. The land is identified on the soil map of Eastern England as forming part of the Hanslope series overlying boulder clay being typical calcareous pelosol soils, suited to the growing of combinable crops.

Located centrally within the farm, there is a 2 bay open fronted steel framed building within the area known as Jackdaw Spinney (TL1665 6617). This was also the site of a former farm cottage and benefits from a mains water supply.

The sellers are retaining the existing farm yard and premises.

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