A well-known Lincolnshire farm, developed over three generations of the same family has come on the market.
Rainthorpe Farms, situated seven miles from Lincoln extends to over 3,204 acres is now available on the open market as a whole or in seven principal and sub lots.
Run as a commercial farming operation, it is partly irrigated and suitable for flexible cropping, Grade 2 and 3 arable land.
The farm is currently owned by the Rainthorpe family and is being offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in up to seven principal and sub lots, with a guide price of £25 million in its entirety.
It is located on the edge of the villages of Welton, Scothern, Snelland, Wickenby, Holton cum Beckering, Snarford and Faldingworth.
It is served with five cottages located at Scothern, Snarford and Friesthorpe, all of which are currently let on residential tenancies and also has extensive modern farm buildings with 9,300 tonnes of grain storage including a new 5,000 tonne on floor store and a combination of further on floor stores and bin storage facilities.
Sam Thomas, farm agent at Savills Lincoln, added: “Rainthorpe Farms focuses on traditional arable systems, including cereal cropping with oilseed rape, sugar beet and potatoes, spring beans and peas.
“It is a stable and tax efficient investment, which also offers the enjoyment of owning land. We anticipate interest from high net worth individuals looking to diversify their investment portfolio as well as local farmers looking to expand their current holdings.”