- Advert Expiry Date: Thursday, 15th June 2017
- Property / Land Type: Farm
- Price Description £5,100,000 Guide price
Hall Farm, Postwick is a productive and well presented farm extending to 363.60 acres (147.19 hectares) situated in a unique location to the South East of Norwich. By virtue of its position the residential properties benefit from a rural setting and outlook over the Yare Valley to the South, whilst the proximity of Norwich to the North West means that much of the farmland is exceptionally well connected, with strategic potential.Hall Farm is one of the most important and largest farms to come to the market in over a decade, in close proximity to Norwich. The opportunity to buy such a diverse estate in a ring-fence that has so many facets is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Tom Parish
Property agent Location
Hall Farm is situated to the South and West of the village of Postwick, in East Norfolk. The centre of the city of Norwich, the principal settlement of Norfolk, is around 5 miles to the North-West.
The property sits conveniently in relation to the A47 trunk road which runs the breadth of Norfolk, linking to the recently dualled A11 some 8 miles to the West. The A11 gives excellent access to the regional and national road network, via Cambridge.
London Liverpool Street station can be reached in around 1 hour and 44 minutes from Norwich, which is also served by an international airport.
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Postwick Hall sits at the heart of the property and offers generous, well presented family accommodation in a peaceful, private setting. The farm buildings are centrally located to easily serve the main landholding and offer flexible, general purpose storage and working areas as well as stabling. There are three further residential dwellings.
The productive arable land extends to 193.98 acres (78.51 hectares) in a single, well shaped block and is utilised predominantly as part of a rotation including wheat, oilseed rape, barley, beans and sugar beet, with potatoes and other root crops also grown by virtue of a ring main irrigation system, served by an abstraction licence from the River Yare.
There are a further 88.69 acres (35.91 hectares) of permanent grazing marsh, known as Postwick Marsh, which provides seasonal grazing and, together with 23.78 acres (9.62 ha) of generally mature woodland, provide pleasant amenity and significant sporting interest based around the established family shoot.