Land for saleSt. Osyth Road, Little Clacton, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex
Under Offer 129 ac. | £1,070,000
- 129 acres (52.2 hectares)
Full descriptionThe farmland at Bovills Hall Farm comprises approximately 129 acres (52 Ha) and is a block of good quality, commercial arable land. It is principally accessed along its eastern boundary from the St Osyth Road and Dead Lane. The land is level and divided into relatively regular shaped enclosures averaging about 20 acres in size. The land is classified Grade 2 and 3 with soil belonging to the Windsor Series, a clay loam capable of growing high yielding arable crops. Most of the land is drained and drainage plans are available from the vendor's agents.
There are two blocks of mature woodland and a further area of younger trees all of which are stocked with mainly broadleaved trees, which enhance the amenity aspect of the farmland.
According to the most recent Basic Payment Scheme application, approximately 119 acres (48 Ha) are registered as eligible for arable production.
The land is situated ½ mile to the west of Little Clacton and about 1 mile north of Clacton- on- Sea, immediately to the west of A133.
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