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Commercial chalk land farm close to Salisbury

Commercial chalk land farm close to Salisbury

Woolley & Wallis is delighted to be launching on to the market Midwinters Farm, Winterslow comprising a ring fenced chalk land farm with a spacious four bedroom farmhouse and a useful range of modern farm buildings set in 92 acres of land. Midwinters Farm is on the market with a guide price of £1.6 million.

Midwinters Farm House is a four bedroom family farmhouse, subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition. The property lies in an elevated position overlooking open countryside.  The house is approached from the A30 via a hard core drive way which leads up to the house. The house is nestled in trees whilst benefiting from far-reaching views south and east over open countryside. The spacious accommodation is spread over two floors and all the rooms benefit from high ceilings, which give the property a light and airy feel throughout.

There is a range of farm buildings which include two grain stores capable of holding 680 and 900 tones. For those buyers looking for equestrian facilities there is an outdoor manège. Located close to the entrance to the farm is the site of a lease agreement for a telecoms mast.

The land lies in a gently sloping ring fence and is classified as Grade 3 chalk, the majority of which is down to Winter Wheat with some grass and woodland

“Midwinters Farm is situated in a fantastic location being, just six miles from the centre of Salisbury. The farm has excellent accessibility being located off the A30 yet benefits from views across open countryside. The farm also has an excellent range of farm buildings.” Comments Sophie Clotworthy of Woolley & Wallis’, Farm & Rural Team in Salisbury. “Midwinters Farm is a commercial farm which will attract interest from both local and national buyers.”

For further details and to arrange a viewing please contact Sophie Clotworthy, Woolley & Wallis Salisbury 01722 424515 s.clotworthy@w-w.co.uk

 
Sophie Clotworthy
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Sophie Clotworthy

Farm & Rural Agent

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