About this property
The Land at Old Hall Farm extends to approximately 76.28 hectares
(188.50 acres). It includes 72.97 hectares (180.33 acres) of productive
arable Land and 2.49 hectares (6.16 acres) of Woodland. The
remaining area, includes small areas of ponds, tracks and verges.
THE ARABLE LAND
Productive arable Land which extends to approximately 72.97 hectares
(180.33 acres) lies in three blocks with good access from the public
A combinable and root crop rotation has been utilised including the
growing of cereals, oil seeds, sugar beet, maize and potatoes. A past
Cropping Schedule is available from the Vendor's Agent.
The Land has been farmed to a high standard through a Farming
Agreement with Contractor, RL and JP Long Farms Ltd They are
interested in continuing the arrangement subject to agreeing terms
with a Purchaser. Please contact the Vendor's Agent for further
The Woodland extends to 2.49 hectares (6.16 acres) situated in several
small parcels across the Land.
These parcels are primarily made up of mixed broadleaf trees and
have provided good cover for sporting purposes.
The soils are classified by the Soil Survey for EngLand and Wales as
being mainly of the Beccles 1 and Worlington Associations. These
are generally described as being slowly permeable seasonally
waterlogged fine and coarse loamy over clayey soils and deep well
drained sandy soils respectively.
The Land is shown as Grades 2 & 3 on the Provisional Ministry of
Agricultural Classification Map for the Eastern Region.
ANCIENT SCHEDULE MONUMENT
There is an area of Land on the northern edge of the property, lying
just to the south of Ixworth, which is the site of a former Roman
The sale will include a restrictive covenant preventing any buildings or
structures from being erected within the cross hatch on the sale plan,
Further details are available from the Vendor's Agents.
The Land is located between the villages of Pakenham to the south
and Ixworth to the North and is approximately 8 miles from Bury St.
Edmunds in the county of Suffolk.
The Land is well connected by road and adjoins the A143 providing a
direct route into Bury St. Edmunds.
Ixworth has a range of amenities including a local primary school,
secondary school, village hall, pub, church and a range of small shops
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