Percival Farm, Lot 2, The Coldham Estate, Wisbech, PE14 0NF
Asking Price £17,800,000
Percival Farm forms Lot 2 of The Coldham Estate
There are two farm buildings, one at Graysmoor Farm and one at Percival Farm with the building at Percival Farm
providing 900 tonnes of grain storage. There is a newly renovated 140,000m3 reservoir connected to an underground ring main along with a summer abstraction licence serving the southern half of the farmland.
There is an area of scrubland, woodland and an amenity lake at the southern end of the land.
Graysmoor Farm Buildings
General purpose former grain store. Steel portal frame construction with concrete floor and corrugated sheet walling.
Percival Farm Building
Located to the west of Coldham and accessed directly from Station Road. There is an area of hard standing and the building provides overflow crop storage facilities and general storage. The farmyard provides potential for replacement modern farm buildings, subject to planning.
The land at Percival Farm is classed as predominantly
grade 1 with a small area of grade 2 on the Provisional
Land Classification Map. The soils are described as being
of the Dowels, Downholland 1 and Peacock soil series,
which include deep stoneless clayey soils, peat soils and
some calcareous silty soils. A disused railway runs through
the land. The land benefits from a 140,000m3 reservoir
at Graysmoor Farm which has recently been renovated and relined, a summer abstraction licence and an underground irrigation ring main serving the southern half of the land.
Woodland & lakes
There is a small area of woodland towards the centre
of the farm. At the southwest corner of the farm,
accessed from Graysmoor Drove is an area extending
to approximately 44 acres (18 hectares) comprising
woodland, lake, grassland which is let on a lease until
31st January 2024.
In all 1,969 acres (797 hectares)
- March 5.16km
- March 12.57km
- Whittlesey 16.88km
- Downham Market 16.93km