An Isle of Wight farm with stunning sea views across the Solent is on the market for the first time in nearly 40 years.

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With 172 acres of land, Palmers Farm in Wootton is available now, in whole, for £2,750,000 through rural property specialists BCM.

The residential farm occupies a unique position on the north-east coast of the Island, enjoying waterfrontage to King’s Quay Creek – a haven for many species of wading birds.

King’s Quay Creek in WoottonKing’s Quay Creek in Wootton (Image: BCM)

King’s Quay was recently described by IW Natural Landscape (formally known as IW Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) as ‘the last unspoilt inlet on the Solent’.

Lot one, valued at £1.25m, includes the woodland, creek frontage and agricultural land. 

The area has high ecological value and biodiversity potential, with a new woodland established in 2001 and the agricultural land boasting full planning permission for two barns.

Lot two, valued at £1.5m, includes the park lodge – a plot with planning permission to demolish the existing lodge for construction of an impressive 7,000 square foot Georgian-style country house, with exceptional Solent views and private access to the creek at Kings Quay.

Plan for the 7,000 sq ft Georgian-style country housePlan for the 7,000 sq ft Georgian-style country house (Image: BCM)

Both lots are available for a combined £2.75m.

James Attrill, partner at BCM, said: “Palmers Farm is a rare find – anywhere in the UK. 

“The farm offers real privacy, looking out over the prettiest of Island views and the sea. 

“The planning permissions offer great scope for those wanting to enhance the estate further. It really is the complete package. 

“We expect plenty of interest from investors and those seeking to build their dream home on the northern tip of the Island.”

Palmers Farm lotting planPalmers Farm lotting plan (Image: BCM)