A sizeable stretch of farmland used to grow arable crops is being offered up for sale with a freehold guide price tag of £2.4million.

The 248-acre block of drained bare land adjoins the Wyverstone Road at Long Thurlow, near Elmswell, to the north and Wetherden Road to the south. There is a central access off Braziers Lane.

Agents Clarke and Simpson say the land has been farmed to a high standard with a rotation of  wheat, barley, oil seed rape, sugar beet and beans.

The soil type is classified as "Ashley" - a productive loam/clay soil which is ideally suited to arable and grass rotations.

East Anglian Daily Times:

Oliver Holloway, partner at Clarke and Simpson, said: "Clarke and Simpson is pleased to have been instructed to offer for sale, a block of attractive and productive arable land in Long Thurlow, between Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket.  

"The land extends to approximately 250 acres and is being offered with a guide price of £2,400,000.

“The farmland, which is ring fenced, consists predominantly of productive commercial Grade 3 arable land and is gently undulating in topography.  We are offering the property as a whole, but offers for part may be considered."

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