- Advert Expiry Date: Thursday, 15th June 2017
- Property / Land Type: Estate
- Price Description £14,750,000 Guide price
The Clopton Green Estate is famed for the innovation created by Norman Morley. Morley, who was known for his leading and progressive contribution to UK agriculture, purchased Clopton Green Farm in 1963 and set about changing a rather featureless landscape into one of the most attractive and productive farms in Suffolk. The farm has been developed into a modern high yielding arable unit and now provides the key fundamentals of a prime farming estate with the housing and buildings located centrally, along with attractive undulating land, a good shoot and the opportunity to recreate the Estate with the purchase of Clopton Hall.The Clopton Green Estate represents a rare and exciting opportunity to recreate an historic estate, incorporating the impressive Clopton Hall into one of Suffolk's most innovative and commercial farming operations. William Hargreaves
Property agent Location
The Clopton Green Estate sits between the attractive Suffolk villages of Woolpit and Rattlesden with parts of the land also stretching into Drinkstone and Gedding. The open expansive farmland to the south of Woolpit changes to an undulating valley created by the Rattlesden River with the finest position on the Estate occupied by Clopton Hall.
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Sitting at the heart of the Clopton Green Estate is Clopton Hall, sold away in the 1930's but now available to purchase, presenting a unique opportunity to recreate an historic estate. Clopton Hall is a magnificent and impressive Grade II Listed Tudor home with a wealth of original features and outstanding views over the surrounding landscape towards the villages of Rattlesden and Great Finborough.
The Estate also includes an attractive and well proportioned sixteenth Century farmhouse, the converted stable block to Clopton Hall and three pairs of semi-detached cottages overlooking Clopton Green. The farm benefits from an extensive range of modern and traditional agricultural buildings including nearly 7,000 tonnes of grain storage.
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