28 July 2017
We are very pleased to have received instructions to market two farms in the locality.
Common Farm, Hatfield, Leominster is a most delightful agricultural property which is very quietly situated amidst the rolling open countryside of North East Herefordshire. Common Farm is best described as an unspoilt time warp with a period derelict farmhouse ripe for restoration, ranges of traditional farm buildings which offer considerable development potential and more modern livestock and fodder buildings. The highly productive arable and pasture land is currently all down to grass with ample shelter from the many Oak trees within the hedged and newly fenced field boundaries - about 155.8 acres.
The Lea Farm, Cleobury Mortimer is situated amidst the rolling countryside of South Shropshire. The Lea Farm is a productive arable and stock farm extending to about 170 acres. The period stone farmhouse stands at the heart of the farm and is in need of some updating. Adjacent are two sets of modern steel framed farm buildings that form grain, implement and fodder storage, along with cattle and sheep housing, extending to about 22,877 square feet. The soils of the ring fenced undulating arable and pasture land are light to medium sandy loams and the farms proximity to Cleobury Mortimer may provide the opportunity for future development.