Sprawling farm estate - complete with orchards and 100 acres of land - goes up for sale

08:21 18 July 2014

Hinton Hall Farm is a mix of orchards and arable fields

Hinton Hall Farm is a mix of orchards and arable fields

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A 100-acre farm in Haddenham has been put on the market.

Hinton Hall Farm is a mix of orchards and arable fieldsHinton Hall Farm is a mix of orchards and arable fields

Hinton Hall Farm, located off the A1123, is being offered for sale as a whole or in four parts by rural estate agents, Brown and Co.

Combined, Brown estimates the value of the farm, which stretches to almost 100 acres, to be about £965,000.

At present, the farm is a mix of apple orchards and crop-growing fields.

A spokesman said: “Hinton Hall Farm offers the opportunity to purchase a mixed commercial farm in Cambridgeshire. In all the farm extends to approximately 40.18 hectares including arable land, orchards and a central workshop and office.

“The orchards are currently farmed in hand being operated on a commercial basis growing three varieties of apples for processing. A purchaser has the option to either continue with this use or to convert the land to arable production - subject

to obtaining the appropriate consents.

“The soils are mainly of the Milford series being well drained fine loamy reddish soils over rock. The majority of the farm is classified as grade two.”

The closing date for offers on the property is August 14. Contact Brown and Co on 01284 725715.

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