Rural property specialist, BCM, has launched Lambsleaze Farm near Porchfield onto the letting market.

Lambsleaze Farm is offered on a Farm Business Tenancy for a 15- year term.

Viewings are strictly by appointment only and the deadline for submission of tenders is on January 17, 2022, at 5pm.

Located adjacent to Newtown Creek, the farm comprises an attractive and recently refurbished five-bedroom farmhouse, a set of useful farm buildings and 172 acres of pasture.

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Lambsleaze Farm is a substantial property on the edge of Newtown Creek.

Lambsleaze Farm sits within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and part is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Emily Thearle, land agent at BCM, said: “This is a rare opportunity for a farmer to secure a core holding with a decent house and buildings for a 15-year term.

"The landlord is particularly committed to protecting and enhancing the environmental worth of the farm and will be obliging the tenant to enter into a Countryside Stewardship Scheme or similar to help achieve that.

"We anticipate a high level of interest and the letting process will be run on a formal tender basis.” 

Emily said BCM has had a lot of interest since launching it to the rental market.

Many farmers from as far as Northern Ireland and South Devon, as well as local people, have already been in touch.

Interested parties are invited to apply to the letting agent for a tender pack and tender form on which any tender must be submitted.

Further details are available on BCM’s website – click here to see more.