- Advert Expiry Date: Friday, 24th February 2017
- Property / Land Type: Land
- Price Description £8,150,000 Guide price
Totalling 889.55 acres of principally arable land with some pasture and woodland. Part of The Compton Estate, Lot 1 Mayfield Farm buildings and Cheseridge Farm buildings.
Property agent Location
Whilst a rural area, the Estate is extremely accessible, with easy access to the A34, linking to the M4 just a few miles south. The historic village of Compton is mentioned in the doomsday book and retains traces of roman occupation. A flint walled parish church, post office, hotel and both a primary and secondary school are found within the village. There are strong links to both farming and horse racing locally. East Ilsley, which lies on the western boundary of the Estate and was historically famous as a training centre for racehorses and for its annual sheep fair. The village also offers a primary school, church and two public houses.
View property on map »Further Information
Lot 1 (as shown pink on the sale plan) covers approximately 889.55 acres (360.01 hectares) and comprises
about 516.8 acres (209.14 hectares) of arable land, 88.45 acres (35.8 hectares) of pasture land, 185.54 acres (75.09
hectares) of restricted land and 63.80 acres (25.8 hectares) of woodland. It includes two farmsteads, Mayfield Farm
and Cheseridge Farm.