80 acres of land come to market

80 acres of land come to market

Henry Adams Rural & Farming in Chichester are pleased to announce that Myrtle Farm in Blendworth has been launched for sale.

A farm of about 32.59 hectares (80.56 acres) that offers a variety of opportunities to a new owner. The farm is centred around Blendworth Village and straddles the boundary with the South Downs  National Park. The land mostly has gentle south facing slopes and free-draining soils.

The farm comprises permanent pasture, arable land as well as stables, yard and paddocks, that can be purchased as a whole or in five separate lots.

The livery buildings are only a few years old and are used in conjunction with the surrounding paddocks. The main livery building is an American style arrangement with 8 full-sized stables, office, tack room that are all accessed internally, complemented by four additional stables externally with an adjoining covered store.

The arable land occupies gentle south-facing slopes and appears to have the right characteristics for growing vines. The land is free-draining, not too exposed and its proximity to the coast helps to limit exposure to frost.

The new owners may also want to explore development opportunities as East Hants are in the process of writing a new local plan for the period to 2036. The expansion of Horndean is creeping closer to Myrtle Farm, with adjoining land having permission for nearly 900 homes and is promoted for further expansion to include care home, employment sites and new primary school.

Blendworth is a quaint village in East Hampshire on the edge of the West Sussex border and provides easy access to Surrey via the A3, located within easy reach of Portsmouth, Petersfield, and Chichester.

View the property listing here. 

Contact the Rural & Farming team here.

Go to Rural, Farming & Equine news hub